Whilst waiting for the time when large in-person meetings can occur again, NZSE staged some of its regular plenary lectures online. On 19th October we held a mini-symposium featuring presentations from University of Auckland and Liggins Institute Professors Paul Hofman “Developmental origins of health and disease and its impact on glucose metabolism” and Mark Vickers “Developmental programming of health and disease – insights from animal models”. Mark is the 2020 Nancy Sirett Memorial Award lecturer. This award is NZSE’s premiere research award.
To listen to a recording of the meeting click here.