JUNE 21-25, 2013 • CHICAGO, IL                  PRELIMINARY PROGRAM
ABOUT THE MEETING                                                                    The American Diabetes Association’s S...
CHICAGO 2013 PRELIMINARY PROGRAMMEETING HIGHLIGHTSPresidential Addresses and Award Lectures                    Exhibit Hal...
PROGRAM SESSIONS*    Acute and Chronic Complications                              Clinical Diabetes/Therapeutics    Sympos...
CHICAGO 2013 PRELIMINARY PROGRAMEpidemiology/Genetics                                         Integrated Physiology/Obesit...
REGISTRATION FEES       					 Day	                   One     Student/	       		  ADA	 Non-	One-Day	 Non-	Resident/	       ...
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American Diabetes Association (ADA) 73rd Scientific Sessions 2013

  2. 2. ABOUT THE MEETING The American Diabetes Association’s Scientific Sessions Mark your calendar brings together scientists and health care professionals from around the world who are involved in diabetes now for the world’s research and care. The five-day meeting will feature the most timely and significant advances in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diabetes. The program is foremost meeting organized into eight distinctive theme areas and includes presentations by world-renowned diabetes experts. on diabetes— Theme areas: • Acute and Chronic Complications The American • Behavioral Medicine, Clinical Nutrition, Education, and Exercise Diabetes • Clinical Diabetes/Therapeutics • Epidemiology/Genetics • Immunology/Transplantation Association’s • Insulin Action/Molecular Metabolism • Integrated Physiology/Obesity 73rd Scientific • Islet Biology/Insulin Secretion Attendees will be able to choose from over 3,000 original Sessions, presentations which include scientific and educational sessions, oral and poster presentations, and special June 21-25, 2013 lectures and addresses. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? in Chicago, Illinois Physicians, researchers, nurses, nurse practitioners, dietitians, podiatric physicians, pharmacists, psychologists, and other health care professionals involved in diabetes research or the delivery of diabetes care and services will benefit from the comprehensive programming of the 73rd Scientific Sessions. LOCATION AND DATES All sessions will take place at the McCormick Place Convention Center (West and South Buildings), 2301 South Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL 60616. The program will begin on Friday, June 21 at noon and conclude on Tuesday, June 25 at 12:15 p.m. IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER Registration and Housing Deadlines Last day to register at the Early Bird Rate March 7, 2013 Last day to cancel meeting registration and receive a full refund (less a $50 administrative fee) March 7, 2013 Last day to register at the Advance Rate May 9, 2013 Last day to cancel meeting registration and receive a partial refund (50% of registration fee) May 9, 2013 Last day to request housing May 24, 2013 Last day to register online June 13, 2013 Abstract Submission Deadlines Abstracts January 7, 20132 Late Breaking Abstracts April 1, 2013
  3. 3. CHICAGO 2013 PRELIMINARY PROGRAMMEETING HIGHLIGHTSPresidential Addresses and Award Lectures Exhibit Hall• President, Health Care & Education Address Plan to visit the world’s largest exposition of diabetes-• President, Medicine & Science Address related products, services, and technology. More than• Banting Medal for Scientific Achievement Award Lecture 175 companies will showcase the newest and most• Outstanding Scientific Achievement Award Lecture innovative products and services available to health care• Outstanding Educator in Diabetes Award Lecture professionals.• Kelly West Award for Outstanding Achievement in Epidemiology Lecture Opening Reception—The Chicago Field Museum• Behavioral Medicine and Psychology Interest Group Chicago’s most exciting and unique setting, the Field Award Lecture Museum will be the venue for the Scientific Sessions• Edwin Bierman Award Lecture (Macrovascular Opening Reception. Discover artifacts from civilizations Complications Interest Group) past, explore almost every corner of the globe, learn• Norbert Freinkel Award Lecture (Pregnancy and about new scientific discoveries, and walk away inspired Reproductive Health Interest Group) after experiencing Stanley Field Hall.• Roger Pecoraro Award Lecture (Foot Care Interest Group) Enjoying light hors d’oeuvres from three of the Association’s award winning cookbooks—the AsianMeet the Expert Sessions Flavors Diabetes Cookbook, The Stress Free Diabetes Kitchen, and The Family Classics Diabetes Cookbook,Meet the Expert Sessions are designed to provide a and conversation with your colleagues will make thissmall number of attendees the opportunity to meet event a fantastic beginning to the Scientific Sessions.and interact with key opinion leaders. Diabetes expertswill facilitate informal discussions on clinical and basic Tickets are required and will be available at the time ofscience topics. These sessions will be held on Friday, registration at a cost of $25 per attendee and $45 perJune 21 at noon and 12:50 p.m. guest.Professional Section Interest Groups NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIESJoin your colleagues for in-depth discussions and No other meeting like the Scientific Sessions offers thedebates on the latest diabetes research and care specific opportunity to meet and network with your colleaguesto your specialty. Interest Groups will host hot-topic from across the country or around the world. Here arediscussions on Clinical Endocrinology, Diabetes in Youth, just a few ways to connect while at the meeting:Education, Epidemiology and Statistics, Exercise, andNutritional Science and Metabolism. • Professional Section Interest Groups Visit scientificsessions.diabetes.org for more information. ADA members will be able to pick-up ribbons whichOral and Poster Sessions indicate their membership in one of the 11 Professional Section Interest Groups. With just a glance, membersEach year, the best new basic and clinical science related will be able to create relationships and discuss theto diabetes and its complications is presented at the latest in diabetes research and care with those whoScientific Sessions in over 380 oral and 1,600 poster share the same interest.presentations. Poster presenters will be available todiscuss their research for two hours on an assigned day. • Networking Lounges Networking lounges will be located throughout theGuided Audio Poster Tours Convention Center and will feature special areas forExplore the Poster Hall with Guided Audio Poster Tours. each of our eight distinct theme areas. Each area willModerators will lead attendees on one-hour tours, feature a variety of seating to help promote livelysharing their perspectives and highlighting novel or conversation and discussion.recent developments in question and answer sessions • Networking Receptionwith poster presenters. Select posters from all abstract Join us Sunday evening from 6:45 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. forcategories will be included in the tours. a Networking Reception. Exchange ideas or informally share best practices in a relaxing atmosphere whileInteractive Online Posters enjoying the company of your colleagues. Light horsEach poster in the Poster Hall will have a corresponding d’oeuvres and beverages will be provided.QR code on its board. Scanning the barcode with asmartphone or camera-equipped tablet will allow you toaccess an electronic version of the poster, correspondingabstract, and audio commentary by the presenter(if provided). Computer kiosks will also be locatedthroughout the Poster Hall for electronic poster viewing. 3
  4. 4. PROGRAM SESSIONS* Acute and Chronic Complications Clinical Diabetes/Therapeutics Symposia Current Issues • Small Fiber Dysfunction in the Natural History of • Quality Care Measures Can Unfavorably Impact Diabetic Neuropathies in Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes— Individual Care From the Bench to the Bedside • Persistent Microalbuminuria as an Adequate Indication • New Insights into Treatment of Diabetic Retinopathy for Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System (RAAS) and other Complications Blocking Therapies • Novel Insights into Diabetic Cardiomyopathy • In a Patient who is Failing Oral Anti-Diabetic Agent • Inflammation, Cardiovascular Disease, and Diabetes Therapy, the Next Step is to? • Managing the Less Common Lipid Disorders • Should Sulfonylureas Remain an Acceptable First-Line Add-On Therapy to Metformin? • The Kidney’s Unholy Triad—Obesity, Hypertension, and Hyperglycemia Symposia • So Your Patient has Diabetic Kidney Disease—Now • The Future is Now—Changing Health Care Delivery What? Models • Joint ADA/ASN Symposium—From Mice to Men and • Maximizing Cost Effectiveness of Diabetes Prevention Back in Diabetic Kidney Disease and Treatment—Practical Strategies • Osteomyelitis in the Diabetic Foot • Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) in the • Oh, My Aching Feet—Painful Diabetic Neuropathy of Management of Diabetes in Pregnancy the Feet • Update on Complications in Pregnancy in Women with • Hypoglycemia in Clinical Practice Pre-Existing Diabetes • Defective Hypoglycemia Counterregulation in Diabetes • Applying Basic Science Technologies to Advance the Mellitus—Mechanisms, Prevention, and Reversal Study of Maternal-Infant Outcomes in Obese and Diabetic Women Behavioral Medicine, Clinical Nutrition, Education, • New Insulin Preparations for the Management of and Exercise Diabetes Current Issues • The Effect of Low Testosterone on Glycemic Control and Health in Diabetes and Obesity • Dietary Treatment of Obesity—Are all Calories Alike? • Non-Glycemic Effects of Incretin-Based Therapy— Symposia Glucagon-Like Peptide-1 (GLP-1) and Dipeptidyl • Intensifying Therapy using Technology and Teams Peptidase-4 (DPP-4) • A Brave New World—Self-Management Support in the • Diabetes in Older Adults Community • New Therapeutic Targets in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus • Education Recharged—Diabetes and Technology • Current State of Insulin Pump Therapy • Diabetes Education—What Matters? • Obesity Management for the Practicing Clinician • The Spectrum of Gluten-Related Disorders—A Dual • Non-Prescription Therapies for Diabetes Mellitus Challenge in Diabetes • Diabetes and the Bones • Dietary Sweeteners—Research, Recommendations, and • Pharmacologic Management of Obesity the Real World • In Utero and Beyond—Insulin Resistance, Puberty, and • Mealtime Insulin Dosing—It’s More than Counting Pregnancy in Pediatric Diabetes Carbohydrates • Closing the Communication Loop—Technology Update • New Frontiers in Weight Management in Pediatric Diabetes • Exercise as Adjunct Therapy for Insulin Sensitivity and • Moving Toward a Cure in Type 1 Diabetes Diabetes • Joint ADA/AACC Symposium—Newer Biomarkers in • Exercise and Lipid Metabolism Diabetes—Do They Add Value? • Behavioral Interventions for Diabetes—Evidence from • ADA Diabetes Care Symposium Recent Intervention Studies • China Medical Tribune Symposium • Sleep—A Novel Behavioral Target in Diabetes? • What Influences Patients’ Risk Perception and Decision- Making for Diabetes Prevention and Control? • ADA Education Recognition Program Symposium4 • National Diabetes Education Program Symposium *Session titles are subject to change.
  5. 5. CHICAGO 2013 PRELIMINARY PROGRAMEpidemiology/Genetics Integrated Physiology/ObesitySymposia Symposia• The Big Picture—Genetic Architecture of Diabetes • MicroRNA Metabolism Regulation• Milking the Genome-Wide Association Study (GWAS)— • Clock Genes in Homeostasis and Disease Practical Applications for Metabolic Disease • Role of Brainstem in Metabolism Regulation• Pediatric and Young Adult Genetics—Implications for • Hypothalamic Inflammation and Metabolic Disturbance Metabolic Health in Later Life • Improving Glucose Metabolism with Bariatric Surgery—• Global Epidemiology of Type 1 Diabetes and Mechanisms of Action Implications for Public Health • Metabolic Effects of Bariatric Surgery—How Low Can• Current Concepts in Nutritional Epidemiology and You Go? Metabolic Risk • What’s New in Vivo Metabolism Study Methods?• Metabolically Healthy Obesity (MHO) and Metabolically Informatics, Biomarkers, and Imaging Obese Normal Weight (MONW)—New Insights and • Sleep, Circadian Rhythm, and Metabolic Consequences Advances • Postprandial Metabolism—Hot Topics• Environmental Risk Factors for Type 2 Diabetes— Epidemiologic and Mechanistic Evidence Islet Biology/Insulin SecretionImmunology/Transplantation SymposiaSymposia • Lipid Signaling in the Beta Cell• Clinical Trials of T-Cell Therapeutics for Reversing • Engineering a Beta Cell—A Roadmap Type 1 Diabetes • Phenotyping the Engineered Beta Cell• Novel Disease Markers in Type 1 Diabetes • The Failing Beta Cell in Type 2 Diabetes• Islet Autotransplantation following Total • Beta Cell Failure in Type 1 Diabetes—Cause or Pancreatectomy for Chronic Pancreatitis Consequence?• Transplant Therapies for Type 1 Diabetes—Current, • Fetal Programming of Beta Cell Function and Mass Emerging, and Novel • Electrical Activity and Insulin Secretion • New Insights into Islet InflammationInsulin Action/Molecular Metabolism Visit scientificsessions.diabetes.org for more information.Symposia• New Mediators of Inter-Organ Metabolic Crosstalk CALL FOR ABSTRACTS• Hematopoietic Cells and Insulin Action• Bugs Inside and Out• The Brain and the Periphery• Mitochondrial Metabolic Functions—Beyond OXPHOS• NAD Biology and Energy Regulation• Mechanisms of Nutrient Stress• Lipotoxicity and Insulin Resistance—Truth or Consequence? Submit your research to the Scientific Sessions! • Accepted abstracts are published in the journal Diabetes®, the #1 publisher of original research in the ABSTRACT SUBMISSION: field of diabetes, endocrinology, and metabolism. October 1, 2012 - January 7, 2013 • Discuss your research with over 13,500 attendees from LATE BREAKING ABSTRACT SUBMISSION : more than 110 countries. February 4 - April 1, 2013 • Travel grants available to early career investigators. Visit scientificsessions.diabetes.org/abstracts and submit your research today! 5
  6. 6. REGISTRATION FEES Day One Student/ ADA Non- One-Day Non- Resident/ Member* Member Member* Member Fellow Guest EARLY BIRD Dec 4 - Mar 7 $415 $725 $250 $340 $245 $100 ADVANCE Mar 8 - May 9 $465 $775 $260 $350 $265 $100 FINAL May 10 - Jun 25 $515 $825 $270 $360 $285 $100 *In order to take advantage of the Member Registration Fee, your membership must be active at the time of registration through June 30, 2013. REGISTRATION CATEGORIES ADA Member Housing Information Professional I and II Members. Have your Professional Reserve your hotel room online by May 24, 2013. A Member ID Number available to register as a member. ID complete listing of ADA hotels, with rates and a locator numbers are printed on the mailing label located on the map, is available at scientificsessions.diabetes.org. Hotel back of this program. reservations are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Reserve your room early for the best options. All Non-Member hotels require a credit card guarantee. If you are unable For those who are not ADA Professional Members. to reserve online, a downloadable housing form is available on the website. One-Day Provides admittance to all sessions, including the Exhibit Questions? Hall (if open), for the selected day. You are allowed Contact the ADA Registration and Housing Customer to register for only 1 One-Day Registration. One-Day Care Center Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to registrants are not permitted to register guests. 9:00 p.m. (Eastern Time), at adareg@cmrus.com or adahousing@cmrus.com, or toll free at 866-290-9910 Student/Resident/Fellow (U.S. & Canada) or +415-268-2086 (International). Available to those currently enrolled in one of these programs. Proof of status in a program must be submitted with your registration form. Become A Guest One guest per full meeting registration is allowed for ProfessionAl each registration category, with the exception of One- Day Registrants. Guest Registration includes entrance memBer! to the Exhibit Hall, Poster Hall, and non-ticketed social events only. Access to sessions is not permitted, and guests are not eligible for continuing education credit. Join the American Diabetes Association Children under the age of 18, even if paid registrants, today. As a professional member you’ll: will not be admitted to session rooms or the Exhibit sAVe uP to $310 on your registration Hall. • Get informative professional journals • Access an international Online Directory REGISTRATION AND HOUSING of Professionals • And much more! Registration and Housing opens December 4, 2012 Registration Information Visit scientificsessions.diabetes.org and click on the Registration tab to begin the online registration process. sAVe $310 on scientific sessions uP to Receive your confirmation and periodic updates via Visit professional.diabetes.org/join toDAY! email when you register online. If you are unable to6 register online, a downloadable registration form is available on the website.
  7. 7. CHICAGO 2013 PRELIMINARY PROGRAMCONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS MEETING PLANNING COMMITTEE 33 Earn up to 33 Continuing Education EARN UP TO Credits. Credit is available for physicians, family physicians, international physicians, Mary Elizabeth Patti, MD Struan F.A. Grant, PhD CE CREDITS podiatric physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, psychologists, (Chair) Sangeeta R. Kashyap, MD Mark S. Anderson, MD, PhD Timothy S. Kern, PhD dietitians, and certified diabetes educators. Mandeep Bajaj, MD Sudhesh Kumar, MDCORPORATE SYMPOSIA Matthew J. Brady, PhD Melinda D. Maryniuk, MEd,Corporate Symposia are satellite programs that are Belinda P. Childs, APRN, MN, RD, CDEplanned and conducted by the corporate community in BC-ADM, CDE Raghu G. Mirmira, MD, PhDconjunction with the Scientific Sessions. These programsprovide attendees with additional education and Amy B. Criego, MD, MS Deborah M. Muoio, PhDinformation opportunities. Registration and symposia David A. D’Alessio, MDinformation will be available on the Scientific Sessions Rodica Pop-Busui, MD, PhDwebsite in April. Sabrina Diano, PhD Alvin C. Powers, MD Linda A. DiMeglio, MD, MPH Jonathan Q. Purnell, MDSHUTTLE BUS TRANSPORTATION Kathleen M. Dungan, MD Michael R. Rickels, MD, MSShuttle bus transportation will be provided from ADAhotels outside of walking distance to the McCormick Gary W. Edelson, MD Linda M. Siminerio, RN, PhD,Place Convention Center. Attendees who reserve their Denice S. Feig, MD CDEroom within the Scientific Sessions housing block will Robert A. Gabbay, MD, PhD Katherine R. Tuttle, MDreceive a shuttle pass, enabling them to ride the ADAshuttle system at no additional cost. Those who reserve Ilan Gabriely, MD Guillermo Umpierrez, MDtheir rooms through other means will not receive a Henry N. Ginsberg, MD Julie A. Wagner, PhDshuttle pass. Shuttle passes will be available for purchaseonsite at the meeting and in advance through the Sherita Hill Golden, MD Craig D. Williams, PharmDregistration site at a cost of $50 per person. The pass is Bret H. Goodpaster, PhD Dane K. Wukich, MDvalid throughout the duration of the meeting.CHICAGO INFORMATIONJust imagine more than 26 miles of uninterrupted STAY CONNECTED Visit scientificsessions.diabetes.org for more information.lakefront, 15 miles of sandy beaches, an 18-mile bikepath, and hundreds of beautiful parks all nestled within askyline of architectural wonders. Stay informed on all the latest happeningsIf it’s Chicago’s roots that pique your interest, you at the Scientific Sessions as well as the latestcan explore more than 200 unique neighborhoods updates in diabetes research and care.representing more than 200 nationalities. The city’scultural diversity influences everything from its food and e Newsart to its architecture. Scientific Sessions eNewsletter Sign up at scientificsessions.diabetes.orgChicago’s prime location and two international airportsgive it unmatched accessibility. You can get there fromnearly anywhere in the world at any time of day. Sign up for summaries of the latest news inOnce there, you’ll find world-class accommodations, diabetes research and care.world-renowned museums, vibrant nightlife and music www.smartbrief.com/DiabetesProfor every style, theater that’s home to world-premiereshows, and a dining scene with so many accolades thatit’s in a rank of its own.You won’t find a friendlier big city. It’s this truly unique Follow us on Twittermix of global attractions and local charm that makes www.twitter.com/ADA_DiabetesProChicago second to none.Come experience Chicago, and find out why it’s in a classby itself. Like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/DiabetesPro 7
  8. 8. American Diabetes Association 1701 North Beauregard Street Alexandria, VA 22311 For more information please contact: Phone: 1-800-DIABETES E-Mail: conventionoperations@diabetes.org Website: scientificsessions.diabetes.org JOIN US IN CHICAGO Join the Millions® and help change the future of diabetes. 1-800-DIABETES stopdiabetes.comRegistration and Housing Opens December 4, 2012!