Scientific Programme

ThursdayNovember 22, 2018

  • 08:00 - 12:30

    Live Surgeries

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs:
    • Sun-Wei Guo, China
    • Leila Adamyan, Russia
    • Radek Chvatal, Czech Republic
    • Panel:
    • Uwe Ulrich, Germany
    • Gernot Hudelist, Austria
    • Horace Roman, France
    • Michael D. Mueller, Switzerland
  • 12:30 - 13:45

    Lunch Break

    Location: Exhibit Hall, Mezzanine level, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs:
  • 12:30 - 13:30

    EEL General Assembly

    Location: Room: Berg, Mezzanine level, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs:
  • 13:45 - 14:30

    OPENING CEREMONY

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs:
    • 13:45-14:05 Sex - a pleasure or a pain? – Lone Hummelshoj, WES Chief Executive, UK
    • Welcome:
    • 14:05-14:10 Peter Oppelt – Congress President
    • 14:10-14:15 Neil Johnson – WES President
    • 14:15-14:20 Stefan Renner – EEL President
    • 14:20-14:25 Heinz Kölbl - Head of Department, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Medical University of Vienna
  • 14:30 - 15:30

    OVARIAN ENDOMETRIOSIS AND INFERTILITY

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Omar, Shebl, Austria & Engin Oral, Turkey
    1. Case: 18-years-old; bilateral recurrent endometriomas; no desire for pregnancy – Jacques Maas, Netherlands
    2. Case: 29-years-old; bilateral recurrent endometriomas; desire for pregnancy – Rene Wenzl, Austria
    3. 45-years-old; bilateral recurrent endometriomas; no desire for pregnancy – Saeed Alborzi, Iran
    4. Development of fibrosis in endometriotic lesions through tissue injury and repair - Paola Vigano', Italy
  • 14:30 - 15:30

    BASIC RESEARCH

    Location: Room: Park Congress 3, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Sylvia Mechsner, Germany & Pol-Edern Le Renard, Austria
    1. Most important and influential research papers in the last ten years - Alexis Laux-Biehlmann, Germanay
    2. Genetic and epigenetic/environment – influence on endometriosis – Nilufer Rahmioglu, United Kingdom
    3. The gut microbiota: a puppet master in the pathogenesis of endometriosis? - Mathias Laschke, Germany
    4. Defining Future Directions for Endometriosis Research – Krina Zondervan, United Kingdom
  • 15:30 - 16:00

    ORAL POSTERS ON OVARIAN ENDOMETRIOSIS AND FERTILITY

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Omar Shebl, Austria & Engin Oral, Turkey
    • 1. The Change in Coagulation Parameters in Patients who have Ovarian Endometrioma: A 3-Year Analysis - Pinar Yalcin Bahat, Istanbul, Turkey
    • 2. ART Outcomes in Endometrioma Patients Undergoing Sclerotherapy versus Laparoscopic Cystectomy; A clinical trial - Saeed Alborzi, Shiraz, Iran
    • 3. The effect of hemostasis by electrocoagulation versus suture on endomerioma recurrence and pregnancy rates after laparoscopic cystectomy in uni/bilateral endometriomas - Cihan Kay, Istanbul, Turkey
    • 4. Influence of modern methods of hemostasis on ovarian reserve - Antonina Solomatina, Moscow, Russia
  • 15:30 - 16:00

    ORAL POSTERS ON BASIC RESEARCH

    Location: Room: Park Congress 3, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Sylvia Mechsner, Germany & Pol-Edern Le Renard, Austria
    • 1. Invasion of endometriotic cells is enhanced via cathepsin B secretion - Raimund Dietze, Gießen, Germany
    • 2. Hypersensitive cancer hotspot sequencing panel in patients with two or more subtypes of endometriosis - Teresa Praetorius, Tuebingen, Germany
    • 3. The M2a Macrophage Subset May Be Critically Involved in Fibrogenesis of Endometriosis In Mouse - Xishi Liu, Shanghai, China
    • 4. Serum Galectin-9 as a non-invasive biomarker for the detection of endometriosis - Reka Brubel, Budapest, Hungary
  • 16:00 - 16:30

    Networking Break and Poster Session

    Location: Exhibit Hall, Mezzanine level, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs:
  • 16:30 - 17:30

    TREATMENT FROM DIFFERENT VIEW POINTS – FERTILITY

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs:
    Moderators: Liselotte Mettler, Germany & Christian Becker, United Kingdom

    Case Presentation by Residents of Kepler Universitäts Klinikum, Linz

    Panel:   Neil Johnson, New Zealand / Horace Roman, France / Engin Oral, Turkey / Stefan Renner, Germany
  • 16:30 - 17:30

    "SPEED DATING” – PITCH YOUR NEW RESEARCH PROJECT AND FIND A COLLABORATOR

    Location: Room: Park Congress 3, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs:
    Proposals collected in advance from the delegates
    • Panel: Taner Usta, Turkey / Pol-Edern Le Renard, Austria / Anna Stepniewska, Italy

FridayNovember 23, 2018

  • 08:00 - 09:30

    ENDOMETRIOSIS AND THE RISK OF MALIGNANCY

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Radek Chvatal, Czech Republic & Uwe Ulrich, Germany
     
    1. Case: 55-years-old, postmenopausal for the last 2 years; endometriomas in both ovaries (up to 25 x 35 mm); history: 2 laparoscopies due to multiple endometriomas in both ovaries 19 years ago; the patient asks: is the risk of ovarian cancer increased due to endometriosis? - Andrew Horne, UK
    2. Case: 28-years-old; laparoscopy because of peritoneal endometriosis and superficial implants on the rectum (not removed); family history of diverse cancers; the patient would like to know: is there an increased risk of malignant disease? – Marina Kvaskoff, France
    3. Case: 55-years-old, endometrial cancer pT1b, N0 (SN 0/3) G1; histology: adenocarcinoma and adenomyosis; history: sec. dysmenorrhea; suspected adenomyosis for many year; the patient wonders if the carcinoma could have been prevented because adenomyosis can be a precancerous condition – Peter Oppelt, Austria
    4. Is there an immunologic relationship between endometriosis and cancer - Hans Tinneberg, Germany
  • 08:00 - 09:30

    ADENOMYOSIS & ADENOMYOSIS IN INFERTILITY

    Location: Room: Park Congress 3, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Mario Ćorić, Croatia & Leila Adamyan, Russia
    1. How do I diagnose adenomyosis? - Kazem Nouri, Austria
    2. The role of adenomyosis in reproductive medicine – Omar Shebl, Austria
    3. Is there a reasonable way to treat adenomyosis by surgery? - Jörg Keckstein, Austria
    4. A look in the future: What could be promising therapy approaches? – Sun-Wei Guo, China
  • 09:00 - 12:00

    PATIENT DAY: MEETING OF EUROPEAN ENDOMETRIOSIS SUPPORT ORGANISATIONS

    Location: Room: Klimt 1, Mezzanine level, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: TBC
  • 09:30 - 10:00

    ORAL POSTERS ON ENDOMETRIOSIS AND THE RISK OF MALIGNANCY

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Radek Chvatal, Czech Republic & Uwe Ulrich, Germany
    • 1. Endometriosis-associated Malignancy: First Results of the Endometriosis Research Foundation Study - Aileen Jagdhuhn, Berlin, Germany
    • 2. Molecular evaluation of non-coding RNAs with the possible role of biomarkers in the transformation of endometriotic lesions - Adriana Oltean, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    • 3. Power Morcellation – for laparoscopic tissue extraction, does it represent a sarcoma threat - Liselotte Mettler, Kiel, Germany
    • 4. Malignant potential of endometriosis - Ján Varga, Košice, Slovak Republic
  • 09:30 - 10:00

    ORAL POSTERS ON ADENOMYOSIS & ADENOMYOSIS IN INFERTILITY

    Location: Room: Park Congress 3, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Mario Ćorić, Croatia & Leila Adamyan, Russia
    • 1. Aromatase inhibitor plus GnRH analog versus Dienogest in the treatment of uterine adenomyosis: a controlled randomized trial - Marco Sbracia, Rome, Italy
    • 2. The importance of standardized ultrasound examination in the diagnosis of adenomyosis - Bálint Balogh, Kempten, Germany
    • 3. Childhood maltreatment - a risk factor for miscarriage and preterm birth - Alexandra Kohl Schwartz, Bern, Switzerland
  • 10:00 - 10:30

    Networking Break and Poster Session

    Location: Exhibit Hall, Mezzanine level, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs:
  • 10:30 - 11:30

    CLASSIFICATION

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Peter Oppelt, Austria & Andrew Horne, United Kingdom
    1. The role of classifications systems in reproductive medicine - Carla Tomassetti, Belgium
    2. The pros and cons of different endometriosis classification systems - Uwe Ulrich, Germany
    3. The WES consensus on classification – Neil Johnson, New Zealand
  • 10:30 - 11:30

    INTESTINAL AND UROLOGICAL ENDOMETRIOSIS

    Location: Room: Park Congress 3, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Andreas Shamiyeh, Austria & Steffen Krause, Austria
    1. Endometriosis and urological aspects - Anna Stepniewska, Italy
    2. Intestinal Endometriosis; what is possible – what is necessary – Horace Roman, France
    3. How to manage intestinal / urological complications - Gernot Hudelist, Austria
  • 11:30 - 12:00

    ORAL POSTERS ON CLASSIFICATION

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Peter Oppelt, Austria & Andrew Horne, United Kingdom
    • 1. Bowel Endometriosis Syndrome: a new scoring system for pelvic organ dysfunction and quality of life - Mads Riiskjær, Aarhus, Denmark
    • 2. The ENZIAN Score as a Preoperative MRI-based Classification Instrument for Deep Infiltrating Endometriosis - Laurin Burla, Zürich, Switzerland
    • 3. Impact of Social Media Accounts on Endometriosis Awareness - Pinar Yalcin Bahat, Istanbul, Turkey
    • 4. Determinants of the diagnostic process of endometriosis in general practice - Moniek Van Der Zanden, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
  • 11:30 - 12:00

    ORAL POSTERS ON INTESTINAL AND UROLOGICAL ENDOMETRIOSIS

    Location: Room: Park Congress 3, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Andreas Shamiyeh, Austria & Steffen Krause, Austria
    • 1. Surgical management of urinary tract endometriosis: a one year longitudinal multicenter study in 31 French hospitals in 2017 - Charles-André Philip, Lyon, France
    • 2. Using of mesorectal flap as a prevention of rectovaginal fistula after bowel resection anastomosis with simultaneus resection of vagina - Jiri Hanacek, Prague, Czech Republic
    • 3. Multiple digestive resections for deep infiltrating endometriosis - Nicolae Bacalbasa, Bucharest, Romania
  • 12:00 - 13:00

    Lunch Break

    Location: Exhibit Hall, Mezzanine level, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs:
  • 12:00 - 13:00

    EDUCATIONAL SESSION: HYSTEROSALPINGOGRAPHY AND FERTILITY: EMERGING DATA

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Naile Bolca Topal, Turkey and Antoine Watrelot, France
    1. HSG and pelvic evaluation in infertility work up - targeting endometriosis in infertility investigation and treatment - Velja Mijatovic, Netherlands
    2. Lipiodol - evidence to 2017 - Neil Johnson, New Zealand
    3. H2Oil and the truth about the mechanism of lipiodol - Ben Willem Mol, Australia
  • 13:00 - 14:30

    MANAGING ENDOMETRIOSIS IN ADOLESCENTS (TEENAGERS)

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Bhaskar Goolab, South Africa & Bernhard Krämer, Germany
    1. Case: 35-years-old, history of server endometriosis (also her sister); the mother is afraid her 12 years old pre-pubescent daughter will develop endometriosis; is there a hereditary component – Krina Zondervan, UK
    2. 14-years-old, tanner 2, primary dysmenorrhea, diagnosis and treatment - Beata Seeber, Austria
    3. 17-years-old, tanner 4, primary dysmenorrhea, diagnosis and treatment – Michel Müller, Switzerland
    4. The need of endometriosis awareness in adolescent girls – Deborah Bush, New Zealand
  • 13:00 - 14:30

    DIAGNOSIS

    Location: Room: Park Congress 3, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Neil Johnson, New Zealand & Stefan Renner, Germany
    1. Case: 27-years-old; suspected endometriosis of ovarian and deep endometriosis; patient consist on MRI for exact preoperative diagnosis; Is this really necessary? – Caterina Exacoustos, Italy
    2. Case: 17-years-old, primary dysmenorrhea; are biomarkers an alternative to laparoscopy for diagnosis – Christian Becker, UK
    3. 27-years-old, mild dysmenorrhea, new left endometrioma of 20mm; desire for pregnancy for the last 1.5 years - Saeed Alborzi, Iran
    4. Which symptom needs which diagnostic pathway - Louise Hull, Australia
  • 14:30 - 15:00

    ORAL POSTERS ON MANAGING ENDOMETRIOSIS IN ADOLESCENTS (TEENAGERS)

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Bhaskar Goolab, South Africa & Bernhard Krämer, Germany
    • 1. Adolescent endometriosis education in schools influences recognition of symptoms and early intervention - Deborah Bush, Christchurch, New Zealand
    • 2. Pregnancy rates after surgical treatment of deep infiltrating endometriosis in infertile patients with at least 2 previous IVF/ICSI failures - Horace Roman, Bordeaux, France
    • 3. High postoperative fertility rate following surgical management of colorectal endometriosis: 4 year follow up of patients enrolled in ENDORE randomized trial - Horace Roman, Bordeaux, France
    • 4. Interventions for endometriosis related infertility: a systematic review and network meta-analysis - Neil Johnson, Auckland, New Zealand
  • 14:30 - 15:00

    ORAL POSTERS ON DIAGNOSIS

    Location: Room: Park Congress 3, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Neil Johnson, New Zealand & Stefan Renner, Germany
    • 1. Potential of plasma lipid metabolites for diagnosis of endometriosis - Tamara Knific, Ljubljana, Slovenia
    • 2. The Role of Raman Spectroscopic Analysis for Endometriosis Diagnosis - Bahar Yuksel Ozgor, Istanbul, Turkey
    • 3. Progestins affect expression of inflammatory genes in a model cell line of peritoneal endometriosis - Renata Pavlič, Ljubljana, Slovenia
    • 4. Migrating pale cells in the basalis endometrium of adenomyosis uteri exhibit a stem cell phenotype - Mohamed Gamal Ibrahim, Münster, Germany
  • 14:00 - 18:00

    PATIENT DAY: OPEN INFORMATION EVENT FOR PATIENTS (in German)

    Location: Room: Klimt 1, Mezzanine level, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: TBC
  • 15:00 - 15:30

    Networking Break and Poster Session

    Location: Exhibit Hall, Mezzanine level, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs:
  • 15:30 - 16:30

    PERSISTENT PAIN

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Michael D. Mueller, Switzerland & Ghassan Lotfi, UAE
    1. The mechanism of pain – Sylvia Mechsner, Germany
    2. Case: 37-years-old, several surgeries for endometriosis (incl. tubal ligation); severe pelvic pain; further surgery is declined by the patient; exhausted pain medication: what are the alternative treatments? - Ingeborg Kremen-Pilz, Austria
    3. Hocus-pocus or real medicine – Is there a place of psychotherapy in endometriosis treatment – Annemarie Schweizer-Arau, Germany
    4. New frontiers in the management of persistent pelvic pain - Shaheen Khazali, United Kingdom
  • 15:30 - 16:30

    WHAT YOU ALSO NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ENDOMETRIOSIS

    Location: Room: Park Congress 3, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Adolf Schindler, Germany & Horace Roman, France
    1. Diagnostic delay in endometriosis – did it change through global awareness? – Annemiek Nap, The Netherlands
    2. Detecting Semantics in Endoscopic Videos with Deep Neural Networks - Klaus Schöffmann, Austria
    3. The future of anti-bleeding treatment - Leila Adamyan, Russia
    4. The possible impact of endometriosis on a woman's life - how patients and care providers can benefit from a self-support-network - Kathrin Steinberger, Austria
  • 16:30 - 17:15

    ORAL POSTERS ON PERSISTENT PAIN

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Michael D. Mueller, Switzerland & Ghassan Lotfi, UAE
    • 1. Hair cortisol levels in endometriosis: something to stress about? - Mieke Van Aken, Arnhem, The Netherlands
    • 2. Use of depot GnRH Aantagonist (Degarelix) in the treatment of endometriosis recurrence: a controlled trial - Fabio Scarpellini, Rome, Italy
    • 3. The effect of complete surgery on biopsychosocial variables in women with endometriosis - Mieke Van Aken, Arnhem, The Netherlands
    • 4. Relevance and acceptance of naturopathic and complementary procedures (CAM) in women suffering from endometriosis - Noëlle Grzanna, Munich, Germany
    • 5. How patients with endometriosis-associated pain experience SART – a qualitative study - Annemarie Weber, Munich, Germany
    • 6. Genetic risk factors for endometriosis, endometrial and ovarian cancer in a German Case-Control Study - Hannah Lubrich, Erlangen, Germany
  • 16:30 - 17:15

    ORAL POSTERS ON UNUSUAL ENDOMETRIOSIS

    Location: Room: Park Congress 3, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Adolf Schindler, Germany & Horace Roman, France
    • 1. Benign endometriosis masquerading as intra-abdominal malignancy – one of the most extreme cases reported and a review of the literature - Neil Johnson, Auckland, New Zealand
    • 2. Pelvic nerves endometriosis, a serious challenge - Voicu Simedrea, Timisoara, Romania
    • 3. Lower abdominal wall desmoid tumours confound with endometriotic nodules - Temenuga Dacheva, London, United Kingdom
    • 4. Extrapelvic endometriosis: Is it an idiopathic or iatrogenic disease? - Hale Goksever Celik, Istanbul, Turkey
    • 5. Diaphragm endometriosis: a difficult diagnosis; Are there risk factors to facilitate the diagnostic pathway? - Adriana Schwander, Bern, Switzerland
  • 17:15 - 18:15

    GUIDED POSTER SESSION 1

    Location: Exhibit Hall, Mezzanine level, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: TBC
  • 17:15 - 18:15

    GUIDED POSTER SESSION 2

    Location: Exhibit Hall, Mezzanine level, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Ghassan Lotfi, UAE

SaturdayNovember 24, 2018

  • 08:30 - 10:00

    DEEP ENDOMETRIOSIS

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Martin Sillem, Germany & Taner Usta, Turkey
    1. Is subtle endometriosis (microscopic & asymptomatic) a disease or a natural phenomenon? – Moamar Al-Jefout, Jordan
    2. Nerve and functionality in the small pelvis – Marc Possover, Switzerland
    3. Are there advantages using the robotic surgery? – Peter Barton-Smith, UK
    4. Surgery in deep endometriosis: the choice between ignorance, challenge and humility - Jörg Keckstein, Austria
  • 08:30 - 10:00

    BLEEDING DISORDERS IN FIBROIDS AND ADENOMYOSIS

    Location: Room: Park Congress 3, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Andrew Horne, United Kingdom & Saeed Alborzi, Iran
    1. When the knife is invisible – smooth destroying treatments – David Toub, USA
    2. Endometrial Ablation – is there a Gold Standard - Thomas Römer, Germany
    3. Is there a place for a long-term medical treatment - Yücel Karaman, Turkey
  • 10:00 - 10:30

    ORAL POSTERS ON DEEP ENDOMETRIOSIS

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Martin Sillem, Germany & Taner Usta, Turkey
    • 1. An immunohistochemical study of deep infiltrating endometriosis with lymph node involvement including a description of atypical endometriosis - Jiri Lenz, Znojmo, Czech Republic,
    • 2. Pain and fertility outcomes of nerve-sparing, full-thickness bowel resection for deep infiltrating endometriosis (DIE) - a prospective cohort study - Kristine Aas-Eng, Vienna, Austria
    • 3. Delivery after Operation for Deeply Infiltrating Endometriosis - Christina Allerstorfer, Linz, Austria
  • 10:00 - 10:30

    ORAL POSTERS ON BLEEDING DISORDERS IN FIBROIDS AND ADENOMYOSIS

    Location: Room: Park Congress 3, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Andrew Horne, United Kingdom & Saeed Alborzi, Iran
    • 1. Effects of combined GnRH receptor antagonist linzagolix and hormonal add-back therapy on vaginal bleeding – delayed add-back onset does not improve bleeding pattern - Oliver Pohl, Plan-les-Ouates, Switzerland
    • 2. Subjective theories of illness in patients with endometriosis compared to patients with uterine fibroids - Friederike Münch, Berlin, Germany
    • 3. A New Perspective of Endometriosis Treatment: Social Media and Blogs - Hisham Ahmed Arab, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
    • 4. Development of hydroxysteroid (17-beta) dehydrogenase 1 (HSD17B1) inhibitor FOR-6219 for endometriosis - Janne Komi, Turku, Finland
  • 10:30 - 11:00

    Networking Break and Poster Session

    Location: Exhibit Hall, Mezzanine level, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs:
  • 11:00 - 12:00

    TREATMENT FROM DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES - DEEP ENDOMETRIOSIS: CASE PRESENTATIONS

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs:
    Moderator: Steffan Renner, Germany

    Case Presentation by Residents of Kepler Universitäts Klinikum, Linz

    Panel:   Jörg Keckstein, Austria / Michael D. Mueller, Switzerland / Taner Usta, Turkey  
  • 12:10 - 12:25

    POSTER AWARDS

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs:
    Moderator: Thomas Römer, Germany
  • 12:25 - 12:55

    ROKITANSKY AWARD AND PRESENTATION BY THE LAUREATE

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs:
    Laudation: Martin Sillem, Germany

    Joint Award Winners: Ivo Brosens, Belgium and Patrick Puttemans, Belgium
  • 12:55 - 13:25

    KEYNOTE LECTURE

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Lone Hummelshoj, United Kingdom
    • The state of the art in endometriosis drug development: the promise, the hype, and the reality - Patrick Groothuis, The Netherlands
  • 13:25 - 13:30

    PRESENTATION OF WCE2020

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs: Cong-Jan Xu, China
  • 13:30 - 13:35

    PRESENTATION OF EEC2019

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs:
  • 13:35 - 13:45

    CLOSING REMARKS

    Location: Room: Park Congress 1-2, Ground floor, Hilton Vienna am Stadtpark
    Chairs:
    Moderator: Peter Oppelt, Austria
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