All posters will be displayed throughout the meeting and can be visited during the breaks in the foyer of the conference venue.
There will be a dedicated poster session during the lunch break on Saturday (12:15-14:00).
Poster presenters will be asked to be at their posters in particular between 13:00 and 14:00 to answer potential questions of poster reviewers.
There will be two poster groups with thematically related topics. For each poster group we have nominated two poster reviewers whose task is to select one poster from their poster group for a poster prize (200 €).
Our Poster boards are suitable for posters up to a maximum size of 147 cm height and 108 cm width.
Reviewers of poster group 1 (P1-P14):
Edith Hummler (Lausanne, Switzerland)
Johannes Loffing (Zurich, Switzerland)
Reviewers of poster group 2 (P15-P28):
Eleanor Davies (Glasgow, Scotland, UK)
Claudia Großmann (Halle Germany)
Poster Group 1
- P1 – Jörg D. Schulzke: Intestinal absorption via the epithelial sodium channel (ENaC) is disturbed by interleukin-13 in Campylobacter jejuni infection
- P2 – Marko Bertog: Lithocholic acid has a sustained stimulatory effect on the epithelial sodium channel (ENaC) in mouse late distal colon
- P3 – Robert Rauh: A mutation in the α-subunit of the human epithelial sodium channel (ENaC) increases channel membrane expression by reducing the inhibitory effect of Nedd4-2
- P4 – Benedikt Fels: EnNaC dependent endothelial stiffness is mediated via the RhoA/Rac1 axis and NEDD4-2-regulated internalization
- P5 – Sachin Sharma: Expression of the epithelial sodium channel (ENaC) and CFTR in the mammalian testicular parenchyma and epididymal epithelia
- P6 -Alexei Diakov: Serum- and glucocorticoid-regulated kinase type 1 (SGK1) differently regulates the human epithelial sodium channel (ENaC) in its αβγ and δβγ subunit configuration
- P7 – Alexandr V. Ilyaskin: Proteolytic activation of the epithelial sodium channel (ENaC) by heterologous co-expression of catalytically inactive prostasin (CAP1) involves endogenous protease activity in Xenopus laevis oocytes
- P8 – Adrienne M. Assmus: mCCDcl1 cells show Plasticity Consistent with the Ability to Transition between Principal and Intercalated Cells
- P9 – Helga Vitzthum: High chloride induces aldosterone resistance in the distal nephron
- P10 – Mads Sørensen: Potassium is sensed locally in the kidney tubules to activate ENaC and promote its own excretion
- P11 – Jessica R Ivy: Corticosterone activates the thiazide-sensitive NaCl transporter through the glucocorticoid receptor
- P12 – Ruhs S.: Modulation of transcriptional mineralocorticoid receptor activity by caseinkinase 2
- P14 – Griesler B.: Casein kinase 1, a potential regulator of the mineralocorticoid receptor
Poster Group 2
- P15 – Benjamin Bonnard: Neutrophil Gelatinase-Associated Lipocalin from immune cells involved in renal damages induced by mineralocorticoid excess.
- 16 – Hannah M Costello: Impairment of pressure natriuresis in a mouse model of ACTH-dependent Cushing Syndrome
- P17 – Roberto Palacios-Ramirez: Mineralocorticoid receptor antagonism attenuates the metabolic impact observed in mice undergoing 5/6 nephrectomy
- P18 -Jaime Ibarrola: A new role for aldosterone/mineralocorticoid receptor pathway in mitral valve prolapse
- P19 – Lisa Deng: Cell type-specific analysis of cardiac endothelial cell transcription and mineralocorticoid receptor function during pressure overload
- P20 – Jessica Kowalski: Mineralocorticoid receptor antagonism improves experimental pulmonary hypertension and right ventricular failure
- P21 – Ankita Garg: High-throughput functional screen identifies miR-181a as a novel regulator of Aldosterone-Mineralocorticoid receptor pathway
- P22 – Christoph Kopp: Detection of Na+ stores in the myocardium and skeletal muscle of DOCA treated mice using 23Na-MRI
- P23 – Dominik Fiegle: Glucocorticoid Receptor Activation Prevents T-System Loss andUpregulates LC3B in Cultured Rat Cardiomyocytes
- P24 – Paul-Emmanuel Vanderriele: Salt-sensitive hypertension in a new rat model for primary generalized glucocorticoid resistance
- P25 – Audrey H Soria: Role of rarα in adrenal cortex morphology and functional zonation in female mice
- P26 – Selene Prisco: The parathyroid-adrenal gland crosstalk
- P27 – Patrick Prunet: The in vivo targeted mutation of the mineralocorticoid and glucocorticoid receptors in zebrafish (Danio rerio) provides evidence that both receptors have distinct and redundant effects on female reproduction
- P28 – Jérémie Canonica: Central serous chorioretinopathy and the identification of newmineralocorticoid molecular targets in retinal pigment epithelium cells