1. Neuropeptides evolution and function: new and emerging concepts
  2. Endocrinology and chronobiology
  3. Endocrine control of ion-and osmoregulation
  4. Endocrine and paracrine control of reproduction and development
  5. Endocrine responses to environmental challenge and change
  6. Endocrine control of energy balance and growth
  7. Signaling pathways in immunity
  8. Function of hormones, their receptors and binding proteins
  9. Molecular and Cellular Regulation of stress
  10. Hormones and behaviors
  11. Cell Plasticity, Stemness, Differentiation


Each participant can submit only one contribution as presenting author.

We hereby provide  some practical information about the different presentation types of the conference. Please check the scientific program for the exact timing of your presentation.

Oral presentations 

Plenary lecture : 45 minutes presentation - no Q&A

State-of-the-art : 25 minutes presentation - 5 minutes Q&A

Oral : 15 minutes presentation - 5 minutes Q&A

A presenter’s desk will be available near the registration desk. All presenters should submit their Oral presentation to the organizers, the day before the presentation. Bring your presentation (in Powerpoint) saved in a USB memory stick.

Poster presentations

Posters can be hung up at the beginning of the conference, during the AM coffee break on September 2nd. Attachment material will be provided. There will be 2 dedicated poster sessions throughout the conference. Please check the program to find out when you are required to be present at your poster and to check your poster number which will correspond with your poster panel at the conference.

Poster size: oversized A0 84 cm width x119 cm height

Presenters are requested to be at their posters during one of the 2 sessions on  Monday, September 2nd or Tuesday, September 3rd

Posters will not be accepted for display from presenters who are not regularly registered or are not attending the conference.