European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD)
Association européenne pour l'étude du diabète
Europäische Gesellschaft für Diabetologie
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1965 Montecatini Italy
Encourage and support research in the field of diabetes; ensure rapid diffusion of acquired knowledge and facilitate its application.
Events2024-09-09 | Madrid, Spain – Annual Meeting
2023-10-02 | Hamburg, Germany – Annual Meeting
2023-09-28 | Thessaloniki, Greece – Annual Meeting
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General Assembly; Board - also board of F-AA1363 - European Foundation for the Study of Diabetes (EFSD). Study Groups:
- AIDPIT - Artificial Insulin Delivery, Pancreas and Islet Transplantation;
- D&CVD - Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease;
- DCSG - Diabetes and Cancer;
- DESG - Diabetes Education;
- DFSG - Diabetic Foot;
- DIAB IMAGE - Biomedical Imaging in Diabetes;
- DNSG - Diabetes and Nutrition;
- DPSG - Diabetes Pregnancy;
- EASDec - Eye Complications;
- EDEG - European Diabetes Epidemiology;
- EDNSG - European Diabetic Nephropathy;
- EGIR - European Group for the Study of Insulin Resistance;
- ExPAS - Exercise and Physical Activity;
- HSRHE-SG - Health Services Research and Health Economics;
- IHSG - International Hypoglycaemia;
- INCSG - Incretin;
- ISG - Islet;
- MSSG - Study Group on Metabolic Surgery;
- NAFLD - Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease;
- NEURODIAB - Diabetes Neuropathy;
- PCDE - Study Group on Primary Care Research in Diabetology;
- PSAD - Psychosocial Aspects of Diabetes;
- RM-SG - Reactive Metabolites in Diabetes;
- SGGD - Study Group on Genetics of Diabetes.
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