Symposia

Updated: October 12, 2022

19th Annual CBC Symposium:

Stress and Human Health: Diabetes


CBC Symposium 2022 Save the Date

Full Day HYBRID event:
Virtual and In-person in Chicago

DATE: Thursday, November 17, 2022

LOCATION:
Northwestern Medicine Prentice Women’s Hospital
Room L and Harris Atrium
250 E. Superior Street, Chicago, IL 60611
AND virtually as a ZOOM Webinar.

TIME: 8:30 AM – 6:30 PM

POSTER SESSION: 11:45 AM – 1:00 PM

Symposium Twitter Feed: @CBCsymp2022, #CBCsymp2022

This all-day event is co-organized by Louis Philipson (UChicago), Julian solway (UChicago), Brian Layden (UIC) and Joseph Bass (NU).

This symposium is generously sponsored by: The Searle Funds at the Chicago Community Trust and GenScript PROBIO

Quick Links:  
Symposium Registration  I  Poster Submission  I  Symposium Program
Keynote Speakers  I  Session Speakers  I  Session Chairs


Registration:

The symposium is free of charge to attend, however, online registration is REQUIRED.

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Poster Submission:

The CBC Annual Symposium 2022 will be hosting the symposium poster session in-person this year at Northwestern Memorial Prentice Women’s Hospital. Click on the link below to view this year’s posters and abstracts online.

▸ VIEW POSTERS AND ABSTRACTS HERE

 


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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

Rohit KULKARNI, MD, PhD, Joslin Diabetes Center/Harvard Medical School

Rohit KULKARNI, MD, PhD
Joslin Diabetes Center/
Harvard Medical School

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Arleen TUCHMAN, PhD, Vanderbilt University

Arleen TUCHMAN, PhD
Vanderbilt University
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SESSION SPEAKERS:

Grant BARISH, MD, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine

Grant BARISH, MD
Northwestern University
Feinberg School of Medicine

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Kirstie DANIELSON, PhD, University of Illinois Chicago

Kirstie DANIELSON, PhD
University of Illinois Chicago
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Tina DROSSOS, PhD, The University of Chicago

Tina DROSSOS, PhD
The University of Chicago
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Kristin L. KNUTSON, PhD, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine

Kristin L. KNUTSON, PhD
Northwestern University
Feinberg School of Medicine

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Pamela MARTYN-NEMETH, PhD, RN, FAHA, FAAN

Pamela MARTYN-NEMETH, PhD, RN, FAHA, FAAN
University of Illinois Chicago
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Raghu MIRMIRA, MD, PhD, The University of Chicago

Raghu MIRMIRA, MD, PhD
The University of Chicago
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Sirimon REUTRAKUL, MD, University of Illinois at Chicago

Sirimon REUTRAKUL, MD
University of Illinois at Chicago
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Robert SARGIS, MD, PhD, University of Illinois Chicago

Robert SARGIS, MD, PhD
University of Illinois Chicago
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Krista VARADY, PhD, University of Illinois Chicago

Krista VARADY, PhD
University of Illinois Chicago
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Amisha WALLIA, MD, Northwestern University, Feinberg school of Medicine

Amisha WALLIA, MD
Northwestern University
Feinberg School of Medicine

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Jill WEISSBERG-BENCHELL, PhD, CDCES, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine

Jill WEISSBERG-BENCHELL, PhD, CDCES
Northwestern University
Feinberg School of Medicine

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Pingwen XU, PhD, University of Illinois Chicago

Pingwen XU, PhD
University of Illinois Chicago
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SESSION CHAIRS:

Lisa R. BEUTLER, MD, PhD Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine

Lisa R. BEUTLER, MD, PhD
Northwestern University
Feinberg School of Medicine

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Brian LAYDEN, MD, University of Illinois Chicago

Brian LAYDEN, MD
University of Illinois Chicago
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Talia N. LERNER, PhD, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine

Talia N. LERNER, PhD
Northwestern University
Feinberg School of Medicine

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Scott Andre OAKES, MD, The University of Chicago

Scott Andre OAKES, MD
The University of Chicago
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Selwyn O. ROGERS, JR., MD, MPH, The University of Chicago

Selwyn O. ROGERS, JR., MD, MPH
The University of Chicago
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Celeste THOMAS, MD, The University of Chicago

Celeste THOMAS, MD
The University of Chicago
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PROGRAM:

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8:30 AM Attendee arrival and check-in / Breakfast & Refreshments
8:45 AM ZOOM Waiting Room Opens for Attendees
  Opening Session
9:00 AM Welcome and Opening Remarks by Michelle Hoffmann, PhD, CBC Executive Director and CBC Symposium Organizer
9:10 AM Opening/Keynote Speaker:
Arleen TUCHMAN, PhD (Vanderbilt University)
Historical Reflections on Stress, Race, and Diabetes
  Session I: Stress in diabetes: integrated nutrition, obesity, and diabetes
9:55 AM Chairs/Session Introduction:
Lisa BEUTLER, MD, PhD (Northwestern University) & Scott OAKES, MD (The University of Chicago)
10:05 AM Tina DROSSOS, PhD (The University of Chicago)
Nutrition and Obesity: Key Factors in Diabetes
10:25 AM Krista VARADY, PhD (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Health benefits of intermittent fasting
10:45 AM Pingwen XU, PhD (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Estrogens in the brain and metabolic adaptation to temperature and nutritional stresses
11:05 AM Grant BARISH, MD, PhD (Northwestern University)
B cell lymphoma 6 regulates sexually dimorphic hepatic lipid metabolism and steatosis
11:25 AM Q&A panel discussion
11:45 AM Lunch and Poster Session
  Afternoon Session
1:05 PM Keynote Speaker:
Rohit KULKARNI, MD, PhD (Joslin Diabetes Center/Harvard Medical School)
Diabetes – a consequence of miscommunication between exocrine and endocrine cells?
  SESSION 2:  Stress from the micro and macro environment in complications and
progression of diabetes

1:50 PM Chairs/Session Introduction:
Talia LERNER, PhD (Northwestern University) & Celeste THOMAS, MD (The University of Chicago)
1:55 PM Rob SARGIS, MD, PhD (University of Illinois Chicago)
Swimming in a Pool of Stressors: Environmental Toxicants, Health Justice, and the Diabetes Pandemic
2:15 PM Raghu MIRMIRA, MD, PhD (The University of Chicago)
New Perspectives on Type 1 Diabetes: The Beta Cell under Stress
2:35 PM Amisha WALLIA, MD (Northwestern University)
Stress, Cardiovascular Disease, and Diabetes in the COVID-19 Era
2:55 PM Jill WEISSBERG-BENCHELL, PhD (Northwestern University)
Adolescent Coping and Adapting to Life with T1D
3:15 PM Q&A panel discussion
3:35 PM 20 minute break
  SESSION 3:  Stress in diabetes: reciprocal aspects of hypoxia, rhythms, sleep and social determinants
3:55 PM Chairs/Session Introduction:
Selwyn ROGERS, MD, MPh (The University of Chicago) & Brian LAYDEN, MD, PhD (University of Illinois Chicago)
4:00 PM Kristen L. Knutson, PhD Northwestern University
Sleep health and metabolic disorders: A review of the evidence
4:20 PM Sirimon Reutrakul, MD University of Illinois Chicago
Sleep interventions and glucose metabolism
4:40 PM Pamela MARTYN-NEMETH, PhD University of Illinois Chicago
Stress and Sleep in Type 1 Diabetes
5:00 PM Kirstie DANIELSON, PhD University of Illinois Chicago
A Novel Electronic Medical Record Diabetes Screening Program in an Urban Academic Hospital Emergency Department
5:20 PM Q&A panel discussion
5:40 PM Closing Remarks by Michelle Hoffmann, PhD CBC Executive Director and Symposium Organizer(s)
5:55 PM Reception for In-Person attendees
6:30 PM Adjourn

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