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Calman training Day Friday 10th November 2023.


To book, please e-mail Chetna Varsani on Chetna.Varsani@nhs.net
This year's Society for Endocrinology Visiting Professor for 2023 follows is Professor Tony Bianco.
As in the previous 11 years, with year on year increases in attendance, this symposium is built around the visit of an invited distinguished international Professor of Endocrinology via the Society for Endocrinology (SfE). Previous events, with almost identical format and timetables, have attracted audiences of 150 delegates. It is free; with tea and refreshments provided ‘on the house’ by the Dept of Endocrinology at the host institution. There will be four challenging cases, with contributions from University College London Hospital, Imperial Healthcare, Addenbrookes/Cambridge University Hospitals and St Bartholomew’s, together with a keynote lecture from Professor Antonio Bianco, this year’s SfE visiting professor. The names given below are the supervising consultants; it is likely, as in previous years, that junior faculty will present on their behalf.
Professor Tony Bianco, 2023 Society for Endocrinology Visiting Professor and Professor of Endocrinology.   About Professor Tony Bianco. 
Prof Krishna Chatterjee, Professor of Endocrinology, University of Cambridge/Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
Prof Dan Berney, Genito-urinary and Endocrine Pathologist, Royal London Hospital.

2 – 2.30pm. When too much thyroxine is still not enough. Supervising consultant. Dr Teng-Teng Chung.

2.30-3.00 pm. Thyroid cancer or endometriosis of the thyroid? Supervising consultant: Dr Mona Waterhouse.

3.00 – 3.30 Keynote lecture: – Is there a role for combined LT4 and LT3 therapy in hypothyroidism? Prof Antonio Bianco, Professor of Medicine, University of Chicago
3.30 – 4.15 pm. Tea. Great Hall. St Bartholomew’s Hospital

4.15 – 4.45. More bang for your radioactive buck. Supervising consultant: Professor Karim Meeran

4.45-5.15. Just a routine thyroid check in pregnancy…… Supervising consultants: Dr Rebecca Gorrigan and Professor Krishna Chatterjee.

5.15. Certificates, concluding remarks, close.