March 3–6 | Coronado, Calif.
2020 Deuel Conference on Lipids
Fat in Liver and Beyond
The Deuel conference takes place annually at a West Coast location for five sessions over two and a half days. The conference centers around an aspect of lipid metabolism and maintains an informal atmosphere, encourages free and open discussion, and is a forum for the presentation of new and unpublished data.
Attendees enjoy the informality and the meeting provides the depth and breadth of expertise necessary for a high quality conference. Participants are investigators in the field of lipids and lipoproteins from the around the world. Interested scientists are invited to attend and encourage trainees to submit abstracts.
|Dec. 5||Early registration deadline|
|Feb. 4||Abstract submission deadline|
|Feb. 19||Registration deadline|
|Feb. 26||Registration cancellation deadline|
The Havel Lecture
Session 1: Genetics of NAFLD
Session 2: Role of Lipids in NASH
Hepatocyte cholesterol signaling in TAZ-induced NASH fibrosis and hepatocellular carcinoma
Leveraging large-scale genomics and EHR-linked biobanks to understand NAFLD/NASH risk and identify novel therapeutic targets
Session 3: Fatty liver, TRLs and atherosclerosis
Session 4: Fat to NASH and beyond
Session 5: Emerging Therapies for NASH
Abstract submission deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
All abstracts will be programmed for poster presentation during the meeting. Presentation details will be communicated by mid-February.
Trainee abstracts (graduate students and postdoctoral fellows)
A trainee who submits a volunteered abstract and whose supervisor is also a registered meeting attendee will be considered for meeting related financial assistance. Of these, a select number of trainee abstracts will be programmed for short oral presentation in addition to poster presentation.
Abstract submission guidelines
- Attendees may access the abstract submission system by logging on to the meeting registration site.
- Abstract title field allows 200 characters maximum
- Abstract body field allows 350 words maximum (does not include authors and affiliations)
- Text may be typed or copied and pasted into the abstract title and body fields.
All volunteered abstracts will be presented during the poster session. Location and board numbers will be published in the meeting program to be distributed onsite. Notification of oral presentation, including time and date of presentation, will be sent via email by mid-February.
Posters presented during the poster sessions are eligible to receive a limited number of available poster awards.
The 2020 Deuel package includes:
- All scientific sessions and meeting materials
- 3 nights lodging (arriving March 3, departing March 6)
- Meals and networking receptions. Attendees are on their own for lunch.
Note: No commuter registration fee available.
Registration changes will be accepted as space allows until Friday, Feb. 7, 2020, and can be made by contracting firstname.lastname@example.org or calling the ASBMB accounting department at 240-283-6600.
Cancellations received in writing on or before Feb. 7, 2020, are subject to a $100 processing fee. No refunds will be issued for cancellations after Feb. 7, 2020, due to final guarantee commitments. Email email@example.com and attach a copy of your meeting registration receipt/paid invoice.
Hotel accommodations are made during the registration process. All housing arrangements must be made directly through the ASBMB’s registration site. Do not contact the meeting property directly.
Registrants choosing to bring a non-attendee guest will choose Single Occupancy Housing and provide the guest's name. A $500 guest fee will apply allowing your guest to accompany you to all meals/receptions.
Double occupancy accommodation is available for two scientific meeting attendees wishing to share accommodations with either a designated or assigned roommate. If a roommate name is provided that roommate must also register as a meeting attendee and provide the roommate name that matches. If no roommate name is provided, the ASBMB will assign roommates based on gender. If the ASBMB is unable to assign a roommate the participant will be notified and required to pay the single occupancy rate.
Participants from industry must first meet the donor obligation in order to register. The requested contribution, unchanged for over 20 years, is $2,500 per industry participant (in addition to the registration fee). This financial contribution is waived if grant funding from the participant's company covers the $2,500/participant contribution. Contact Stephen Young for additional information.
Opportunities for companies that have a general interest in the areas of lipid metabolism, atherosclerosis, obesity, diabetes and Alzheimer's disease.
The Havel Lecture
About Richard J. Havel and past lecturers.
Past Deuel conferences
View the programs of past Deuel conferences.
The Deuel conference board is responsible for organizing the meeting.
Bylaws of the ASBMB Deuel Conference on Lipids.