Concurrent session: Research B – Medical & vitamin D

10 Dec 2015
13:30 - 15:00

Concurrent session: Research B – Medical & vitamin D

This concurrent session will be chaired by Dr Peter Foley, St Vincent’s Hospital, Australia.

Time Abstract
1.30pm – 1.39pm Introduction / overview
1.39pm – 1.43pm Shanchita Khan, QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute (AUS)

Effect Of UV Radiation On Vitamin D In Humans – A Systematic Review

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1.43pm – 1.51pm Cornelia Baldermann, Federal Office for Radiation Protection (DEU)

Joint recommendation regarding UV exposure for endogenous vitamin D synthesis – no easy endeavour!

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1.51pm – 1.55pm Laura King, Australia National University (ANU) (AUS)

Determinants Of Seasonal Vitamin D Status In Australia

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1.55pm – 1.59pm Gunther Seckmeyer, Institute for Meteorology and Climatology University of Hannover (DEU)

Is the UV index suitable for determining the vitamin D weighted exposure?

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1.59pm – 2.03pm Mark Birch-Machin, Newcastle University (GBR)

To determine the wavelengths of UVR which are most effective in damaging mitochondrial DNA in human skin

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2.03pm – 2.11pm Rob Landolfi, United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) (USA)

Estimating The Health Benefits Of The Montreal Protocol On Substances That Deplete The Ozone Layer

2.11pm – 2.19pm Carolyn Heckman, Fox Chase Cancer Center (USA)

Efficacy Of A Web Intervention To Alter Behaviors In A US National Sample Of Young Adults: An RCT

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2.19pm – 2.23pm Alvin Chong, Skin and Cancer Foundation (AUS)

A Survey Of Sun-related Attitudes And Behaviours Among Victorian Renal Transplant Recipients (RTRs)

2.23pm – 2.27pm Ludi Ge, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital (AUS)

The First 44 Months Of An Australian Renal And Liver Organ Transplant Dermatology Database 

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2.27pm – 2.33pm STRETCH BREAK
2.33pm – 2.37pm Sarah Smithson, Alfred Hospital (AUS)

Trends In Thickness And Survival Of Nodular And Non Nodular Primary Cutaneous Melanoma In Victoria

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2.37pm – 2.41pm John Kelly, Alfred Hospital (AUS)

Optimal Cancer Care Pathways For People With Skin Cancers

2.41pm – 3.00pm Q&A