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Nuclear Receptors and Signaling at ENDO 2020

Meeting-Within-a-Meeting

Our popular Basic Science Pathways are back and have been enhanced to ensure your meeting experience focuses in on the topic area you need. These special “meeting within a meeting” tracks integrate focused discussions, poster sessions, and networking opportunities providing you with an ideal way to surround yourself with the latest research. Here are some of the Sessions already scheduled for the Nuclear Receptors and Signaling Pathway.

Each track will offer electronic poster previews to help facilitate the viewing of the top scoring abstracts within each topic and receptions to be held at the end of each program. View session and reception information below, Oral Abstract and Poster Sessions information will be available closer to the meeting. 

Plenary(PL) | Session(S) | Educational(E) | Oral Abstracts(O) | Poster Sessions(P) | Reception(R)

Saturday, March 28, 2020

(S) Nuclear Receptor Signaling in Myeloid Cells (9:45 AM – 11:15 AM)

Myeloid cell populations inhabit every niche of the body performing critical and distinct functions from fighting infection to maintaining metabolic homeostasis and tissue repair. This session will describe how these functions are shaped by nuclear receptor-centered transcription programs.


(S) Mechanisms of Resistance to Hormone Therapy in Cancer (4:15 PM – 5:45 PM)

Discuss the current knowledge and point out the mechanisms of tumor progression and resistance to endocrine therapy.


Sunday, March 29, 2020

(S) Structural Determinants of Nuclear Receptor Function (9:15 AM – 10:45 AM)

This session will focus on the analysis of the DNA/nuclear receptor/ligand complexes using structural, chemical and biophysical approaches to foster innovative drug discovery efforts.


(E) Meet-the-Scientist: Examining the Chromatin Landscape (1:45 PM – 2:30 PM)
Trevor K. Archer, BSC,PhD—NIEHS-NIH

In this Meet-the-Scientist session attendees will learn the technical differences between these methods for characterizing regions of open chromatin. Advantages and disadvantages of each will be discussed and debated.


(S) Nuclear Receptor Genomics and Epigenomics (4:00 PM – 5:30 PM)

This session will use cutting-edge ‘omics’-based approaches to understand the role of chromatin and epigenetic regulation in NR function.


(R) Networking Reception: Nuclear Receptors and Signaling (5:30 PM–7:00 PM)

Network with your colleagues and leaders in the field.


Monday, March 30, 2020

(S) Genomic Approaches to Understanding Hormone Dependent Cancer and Resistance (9:15 AM – 10:45 AM)

Steroid hormone receptors are central drivers of multiple cancer types including breast and prostate. This session will highlight emerging genomic approaches being applied to delineate the changing roles of these receptors throughout cancer progression.


(S) Programming Steroid Signaling from the Membrane (4:15 PM – 5:45 PM)

Spatial control of receptor signalling is a key component of orchestrating an individual cell response. Recent studies have identified nonclassical, cell surface-initiated steroid actions via distinct membrane receptors. This session will discuss our recent progress in understanding the in vivo and clinical relevance of these novel mechanisms.


Tuesday, March 31, 2020

(S) Unconventional Actions of Estrogens and Estrogen Receptors (8:00 AM – 9:30 AM)

Estrogens have been classically defined to work by binding and activating nuclear ER. This session will describe emerging non-nuclear mechanisms of estrogen actions.


(S) Adopting Orphan Receptors: Innovative Techniques for Reaching the Next Therapeutic Frontier (11:45 AM – 1:15 PM)

Orphan receptors represent an understudied class of NRs in part due to the challenges in modifying their activity. This session will present a series of studies that incorporate emerging technologies that have provided advances in understanding the molecular and physiologic functions of different orphan receptors.


Please see your other Basic Science Pathways: Neuroendocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism, and Reproductive Endocrinology.

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