European Neuroendocrine Association conference

April 7, 2004

Brussels, 06 Apr 2004

The European Neuroendocrine Association (ENEA), which promotes, assists and integrates neuroendocrinology in all its aspects, both basic and clinical, is organising a conference to take place in Sorrento, Italy, from 24 to April.

Aimed at discussing and exploring the latest research in current neuroendocrinology, the event will examine the following subjects:

- Gastrointestinal hormones in the brain;
- Estrogen and brain plasticity;
- Neuroendocrine control of sleep;
- Cytokine receptors cross-talk;
- New therapeutic advances in somatostatin analogue treatment;
- Neurohormone regulation of neoplastic cell growth;
- Acromegaly;
- Cortistatin ;
- Innovations in GH therapy: the power of observation;
- Hypothalamic control of feeding and reproduction;
- Transcription factors and gene expression.

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