The Federation of International Danube Symposia on Diabetes mellitus, FID, represents as a Central-European Diabetes Association, a non-profit organisation, whose aim is to promote scientific interests and cooperation between all central european groups acting in the area of diabetes mellitus.
This purpose is served by the FID organized symposia, the “International Danube Symposia”, which should take place alternatively in western and eastern central-European locations, acompanied by satellite symposia and other smaller events, each held in different locations. The Symposia were held so far by tradition mainly in German, but in future English should be increasingly used.
15 October 2019
1 October 2019
Speaker Presentation Submission Deadline
Dear colleagues and friends,
It is our pleasure to announce the Congress of the Central European Diabetes Association (CEDA)/ International Danube Symposium (FID) 2019, which will take place in Sofia, Bulgaria from 31st of October to 2nd of November at the Hilton Hotel and the National Palace of Culture. During this Congress we will also celebrate the 50-years anniversary of CEDA/FID.
Having in mind the enormous social impact of diabetes, it is also the fastest developing endocrinological area. Many new large clinical trials with new treatment options have been reported during the last years, and even more are progressing currently, changing the landscape of diabetes care according to the requirements of the evidence based medicine. The large dimensions of the health problem “Diabetes” stimulate the interdisciplinary integration with cardiologists, nephrologists and many other specialists in the interest of our patients. Diabetes – related guidelines are changing faster than ever before trying to adopt the newly generated data in this pan-medical field.
Our congress aims to present the newest information about diabetes, focusing on practical aspects of the new era in diabetes care. Attending the Congress, you will be able to meet renowned diabetologists from Central and Eastern Europe, but also from other countries outside this region.Worldwide Initiative for Diabetes Education (Worldwide Diabetes) will join the Congress with a symposium. Moreover, the official CEDA/FID anniversary dinner with historical lectures will be devoted to the half-century history of our organization.
We will be glad to have you as active participants at this important Congress.
Prof. Dr. Thomas Stulnig
Prof. Dr. Zdravko Kamenov
President of local organizing committee
Arrival and Hotel check in. CEDA/FID Registration. Congress Materials & Badge Pick up
Program Chair: Andrew Boulton (UK)
Andrew Boulton (UK)
Clinical Implications of Hypoglycemia in Type 2 Diabetes Patients
Brian Frier (UK)
Combination Therapy and the Role of Insulin Intensification
Paolo Pozzilli (Italy)
The Decrease in Cardiovascular Risks with New Agents Based on Recent Cardiovascular Outcome Trials
Leszek Czupryniak (Poland)
Chairmen: Sehnaz Karadeniz (Turkey) and Andrew Boulton (UK)
Milestones in the management of diabetic retinopathy and what is next?
Sehnaz Karadeniz (Turkey)
Andrew Boulton (UK)
Inflammation: a novel risk factor of polyneuropathy
Christian Herder (Germany)
Vitamins and Micronutrients in the treatment of Diabetic neuropathy
Nicolaos Papanas (Greece)
The Diabetic Foot in 2019
Andrew Boulton (UK)
Chairmen: Eberhard Standl (Germany) and Thomas Stulnig (Austria)
CVOT- what did we learned?
Nebojsa Lalic (Serbia)
Severe hypoglycemia and CV events in Type 2 diabetes
Eberhard Standl (Germany)
CVD prevention in diabetes patients by antidiabetic or lipid-lowering drugs?
Thomas Stulnig (Austria)
Lower extremity artery disease-LEAD: what’s new in 2019?
Cornelia Balla (Romania)
Smoking and diabetes
Jan Škrha (Czech Republic)
Diabetes and heart failure
Stefan Naydenov (Bulgaria)
Werner Waldhäusl (Austria), Zdravko Kamenov (Bulgaria)
New antidiabetic drugs: Their efficacy beyond Glucose regulation
Erifini Hatziagelaki (Greece)
The Metabolic-Vacular Syndrome (MVS) and Stress – common soil for Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease and Depression
Markolf Hanefeld (Germany)
Fatty liver and NASH – Current Diagnosis and Therapy
Sofiya Gancheva (Germany)
Autonomic neuropathy: impact on carbohydrate metabolism and therapeutical challenges
Peter Kempler (Hungary)
Type 2 diabetes – a postprandial disease
Teodora Temelkova-Kürktschiev (Bulgaria))
Chairmen: Roger Lehman (Switzerland) and Tomasz Klupa (Poland)
New classification of type 2 diabetes
Maria Orbetzova (Bulgaria)
Glucose sensors, Insulin pumps – paving the way to the artificial pancreas
Roger Lehman (Switzerland)
Adjunct therapy in T1DM
Tomasz Klupa (Poland)
New guidelines for diabetes and dislipidemia
Borislav Georgiev (Bulgaria)
Diabetes in pregnancy
Tsvetalina Tankova (Bulgaria)
Chairmen: Helmut Schatz (Germany) and Taner Yucel (Turkey)
Diabetic erectile dysfunction
Zdravko Kamenov (Bulgaria)
Oral health in diabetes
Taner Yucel (Turkey)
Surgical treatment of diabetes
Konstantin Grozdev (Bulgaria)
CAD in diabetes – state of the art
Dobrin Vasilev (Bulgaria)
The future of diabetes treatment – what is in the pipeline?
Helmut Schatz (Germany)
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Prof. Dr. Zdravko Kamenov
In 1990, he defended his dissertation thesis as a “Candidate of Medical Sciences.” In 1991 he began work at the Clinic of Endocrinology at the Alexandrovska University Hospital in succession as Assistant, Senior Assistant (1996), Chief Assistant (1998), Chief Medical Officer (2006), Associate Professor (2007) and Chief of the Clinic (2009 until now) and in 2010 he obtained a PhD in Medical Sciences and in 2011 he was elected Professor of Endocrinology at the Department of Internal Medicine at the Faculty of Medicine at the Medical University – Sofia.
Prof. Kamenov has specialized in the field of endocrinology in Great Britain, Denmark, Japan, Austria, Italy and USA. Invited lecturer at Medical University of Japan.
He is a member of the Bulgarian Society of Endocrinology, the European Society for the Study of Diabetes (EASD), the International Menopause Society (IMS), the European Society for Gynecological Endocrinology (ISGE), the European Society for Sexual Medicine (ESSM) Society for Sexual Medicine (ISSM), Bulgarian Association of Sexual Medicine (Chairman), American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE), Endocrine Society, European Thyroid Association and others.
He participates in the editorial boards and is a reviewer of a number of Bulgarian and international medical journals. As a member or manager of research teams, he participates in 20 funded scientific projects, including 4 European ones.
Register for the WWD Symposium
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Registration fee includes
Phone: 02 933 5000
Address: Bulevard “Bulgaria” 1, 1421 g.k. Lozenets, Sofia
A variety of hotels are available for participants of the CEDA/ FID Meeting 2019. Delegates are encouraged to book as earlier as possible to ensure they secure their hotel accommodation.
If you need any assistance with your accommodation then please email the dedicated Accommodation Manager on email@example.com who will assist.
Sofia Airport is the largest airport in Bulgaria and is only 30 minutes away by metro from the city center. Sofia Airport has two terminals – T1 and T2. Sofia Airport provides free-of-charge transportation between the two terminal buildings. For information about the flights from and to Sofia Airport, please visit www.sofia-airport.bg
Sofia is Bulgaria’s capital and its largest city. Founded thousands of years ago, today the city continues to develop as the country’s cultural and economic center. At present, the city has a population of 1,250,000. Sofia is located in the western part of the country, on The Sofia Plain and on the lower slopes of Mount Vitosha. The city’s average altitude is 550 meters above sea level, the climate is moderate and continental, characterized by cold winters and relatively cool summers. The average temperature in January is 1 degree below zero Centigrade, and the average July temperature is 20 degrees Centigrade. The city is located at a strategic crossroads. The route from Western Europe to Istanbul passes through Sofia via Beograd and Skopje, then through Plovdiv to Turkey. Sofia also connects The Near East and The Middle East, lying between the banks of The Danube and the shores of The White Sea on the one hand, and between The Black Sea and The Adriatic on the other. Sofia is relatively close to the capitals of most Balkan countries: Ankara is 1,012 km; Athens is 837 km; Beograd is 374 km; Bucharest is 395 km; Zagreb is 762 km; Ljubljana is 897 km; Sarajevo is 549 km; Skopje is 239 km; Tirana is 553 km.
Prof. Dr. Thomas. Stulnig (2018-2022)
Klin. Abt. f. Endokrinologie und Stoffwechsel
Klinik für Innere Medizin III
Medizinische Universität Wien
Prof. Dr. Erifili Hatziagelaki (2018-2022)
2nd Dept. of Internal Medicine, Research Institute & Diabetes Center
University Hospital “Attikon”
Rimini Str. 1, 12462-Athens, Greece
Medical School, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
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Prof. Dr. Christian Herder (2018-2022)
Deutsches Diabetes-Zentrum DDZ
Leibniz-Zentrum für Diabetes-Forschung
an der Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
Auf’m Hennekamp 65
Prof. Dr. Zdravko Kamenov
Clinic of Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases
1 Georgi Sofiiski street