The EASD virtual annual congress 2020 took place on 21–25 September with more than 20,000 delegates in attendance.
The scientific programme included more than 1,200 talks and presentations on the latest results in diabetes research by leading experts in the field.
Using the latest technology, EASD connected the global diabetes community, shared ground-breaking diabetes research, and provided unique educational opportunities.
The event included a variety of engaging formats, such as live-streamed symposia with diabetes experts, Q&A sessions, the latest research results shared via digital oral and poster presentations, interactive discussion hubs for sharing of ideas and knowledge, virtual exhibitions and a virtual EASD plaza.
The full scientific programme is available here.
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