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28th ANNUAL SCANDINAVIAN ATHEROSCLEROSIS CONFERENCE

Programme

28th ANNUAL SCANDINAVIAN ATHEROSCLEROSIS CONFERENCE

The full programme can be downloaded in pdf by clicking here

 

Thursday, April 7th, 2022

 

Posters are displayed in “Lille Sal”. Posters should be in place before 9.00 and removed after the last poster session of the day. You should be present at your poster during all poster sessions of the day. Your poster should be placed on the board with your number on.

Session II. OTHER TOPICS

No 80

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease by fat in blood and body
Lærke Kyhl (Denmark)

No 81

Maternal lipid levels in early pregnancy as a predictor of childhood lipid levels
Jeanine Roeters van Lennep (The Netherlands)

No 86

Association between plasma apolipoprotein M and cardiac autonomic neuropathy in type 1 diabetes
Christina Christoffersen (Denmark)

No 94

Are patients with familial hypercholesterolemia at increased risk of musculoskeletal disorders due to the very long time high intensive lipid-lowering drugs?
Kjetil Retterstøl (Norway)

20.00 – 20.45:

YIA Poster Walk . Selected abstracts (3 min presentation + 2 min discussion)

No 61

Impact of vegetarian and vegan diets on blood lipid and lipoprotein levels: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Caroline Amalie Koch (Denmark)

No 78

Jet lag increases insulin levels and body fat in male but not female mice, as dependent on sex hormones
Wietse In het Panhuis (The Netherlands)

No 87

Body mass index and risk of dementia
Liv Tybjærg Nordestgaard (Denmark)

No 89

Modulation of energy metabolism by eicosapentaenoic acid in skeletal muscle cells from lean and obese individuals
Parmeshwar Katare (Norway)

No 93

A rare genetic variant in the manganese transporter SLC30A10 and elevated liver enzymes in the general population
Anne-Sofie Seidelin (Denmark)

No 95

Synthetic LXR agonist PFM018 as potential treatment for Alzheimer's Disease
Nikita Martens (The Netherlands)

No 96

Efficacy & Safety of PCSK9-Inhibitors: a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Real-World Data
Janneke Mulder (The Netherlands)