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<h3><strong>6th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference</strong></h3>
<p>The 6<sup>th</sup> Helmholtz Diabetes Conference tookplace from September 26 to 28 2018 at Palais Lenbach Munich. Key topics at last year’s conference were systemic approaches to diabetes and both genetic and epigenetic aspects of the disease, as well as the influence of fatty tissue on the metabolism. In addition, participants discussed new insights into feelings of satiety and the influence of the brain on the metabolism. Further information please find <a href="https://www.helmholtz-muenchen.de/en/press-media/press-releases/all-press-releases/press-release/article/45151/index.html">here</a>.</p>
<h2 class="h1"><strong>Main topics:</strong></h2>
<ul> 	<li>From Leptin to Future Therapies</li> 	<li>Adipose Tissue</li> 	<li>Systems Metabolism</li> 	<li>Neuroendocrine Control</li> 	<li>Endocrine Signals</li> 	<li>Hypothalamus and Metabolic Control</li> 	<li>(Epi-)Genetics of Diabetes</li> 	<li>CNS Control of Systems Metabolism</li> </ul>

6th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference

The 6th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference tookplace from September 26 to 28 2018 at Palais Lenbach Munich. Key topics at last year’s conference were systemic approaches to diabetes and both genetic and epigenetic aspects of the disease, as well as the influence of fatty tissue on the metabolism. In addition, participants discussed new insights into feelings of satiety and the influence of the brain on the metabolism. Further information please find here.

Main topics:

  • From Leptin to Future Therapies
  • Adipose Tissue
  • Systems Metabolism
  • Neuroendocrine Control
  • Endocrine Signals
  • Hypothalamus and Metabolic Control
  • (Epi-)Genetics of Diabetes
  • CNS Control of Systems Metabolism