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Neuro-endocrine-immune interactions in reproduction

Metabolism & Endocrinology Metabolism & Endocrinology

Organised by Alison Douglas, University of Edinburgh, UK
and Petra C Arck, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada

Thursday 14 July 2011
LT5 (Lecture theatre Le Gros Clark)

Evidence suggests that the immune system and the neuroendocrine system interact but the impact of this on all physiological systems is only beginning to be appreciated. Reproduction, driven mainly by neuroendocrine systems, in particular is highly susceptible to immune factors, especially during pregnancy and childhood when a delicate immune balance needs to be maintained. The symposium aims to present current understanding of neuro-endocrine-immune interaction over the range of reproductive physiology.

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08.45 Welcome and introduction by the organisers
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09.00

Prenatal determinants of children's health

  Petra C Arck, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada
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09.30

CRH, urocortins and inflammation in human placenta

  Chiara Voltolini, University of Sienna, Italy
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Maternal neuroendocrine-immune responses to stress in early pregnancy

  Alison J Douglas, University of Edinburgh, UK
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10.30 Refreshments
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Stress, CRH and cytokines in childhood/adolescence and concurrent or later disorders

  George Chrousos, Athens University Medical School, Greece
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Early life stress and reproductive dysfunction

  Kevin O'Byrne, Kings College London, UK
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