Meetings

The 17th Annual Meeting of the AEPCOS Society will be held in Bourbon Cataratas Conference Center in Foz do Iguacu, Brazil on November 7-9, 2019.
The conference venue, located a few kilometers from the Iguazu Falls National Park, is only a one-hour flight from Sao Paulo or Buenos Aires.
Preliminary program
We hope you will join us!

Meeting Registration: To register for the meeting and/or secure accommodations, PayPal users may use the adjacent on-line options. Those wishing to use other forms of payment should email the Registration Form to info@ae-society.org.

Abstract Submissions: To submit an abstract for consideration in the scientific program, complete the Abstract Submission Form and email the form to info@ae-society.org. The abstract deadline is September 8, 2019.

Awards: This year we are excited to announce that in addition to two Azziz-Baumgartner Travel Awards for Early Career Researchers ($750 each), the Society will also fund 10 travel awards ($500 each) to the best abstracts, independent of age or career stage. Free registration is included in all travel awards. All abstracts will be reviewed and scored by a blinded scientific committee nominated by the AEPCOS Annual Meeting Committee. For travel awards, on equal scores, AEPCOS members will have priority.

AEPCOS Annual Meeting Registration and Bourbon Cataratas Hotel

AEPCOS UPDATE @ENDO2019
New Orleans, USA
March 22, 2019

“Development of PCOS related health concerns in offspring and their potential transfer across generations”

Speakers at this 1-day, topic-focused meeting, including selected oral presenters from submitted abstracts, will tackle new and emerging understanding of the potential role for intrauterine environment in the in the reproductive, psychiatric and metabolic disturbances in offspring of women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) using human data and relevant animal models. Talks include “Implications of polycystic ovary syndrome for pregnancy and for the health of offspring”, “Intergenerational associations of chronic disease and polycystic ovary syndrome", “Polycystic ovary syndrome is associated with adverse mental health and neurodevelopmental outcomes", and “Does maternal androgen exposure and diet-induced obesity increase the susceptibility of transgenerational disease?". The meeting will finish with a debate and audience discussion of the motion: “Is maternal metabolic disease the risk factor for intergenerational transmission of PCOS?”

A final program can be found here.

Meeting Registration: Participants attending ENDO2019 can select to participate in AEPCOS Update Meeting using the ENDO2019 Meeting on-line registration portal on their website. Those not attending ENDO2019, may register using this form . Please feel free to contact info@ae-society.org to learn more about the event.

Abstract Submissions: Abstract submission are now closed.