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Dresden December Meeting on "Smell and Taste" in conjunction with the Working Group on Olfaction and Gustation of the German ENT society, 2./3. December 2016

Dezembertagung der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Olfaktologie / Gustologie 2./3. Dezember

 

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Invitation

Dear colleagues:

We would like to invite you to the Dresden December Meeting on "Smell and Taste" in conjunction with the Working Group on Olfaction and Gustation of the German ENT society, 2./3. December 2016.

The meeting will be international, congress languages are German and English. Talks may still be presented in German or English, but we kindly request slides to be written in English.

We are looking forward to welcome you in Dresden soon!

Prof. Dr. med. Dr. h.c. K.-B. Hüttenbrink, Head of Department
Department of Otorhinolaryngology, University Köln

Location

Lecture Hall (“Hörsaal”) at the DINZ, Fetscherstrasse 74, D-01307 Dresden

Location through Google Maps:  Coordinates 51.058192, 13.781396

It will be organised through the Smell & Taste Clinic of the Department of Otorhinolaryngology of the University of Dresden Medical School, Fetscherstrasse 74, 01307 Dresden, Germany, phone +49-351-458-4189. 

Specific site map of the clinic

Dresden-overview

How to get to the conference site?

Lecture Hall (“Hörsaal”) at the DINZ, Fetscherstrasse 74, D-01307 Dresden

Location through Google Maps: Coordinates 51.058192, 13.781396

from the Airport:

From the Airport, please take the train S2 (every 30 min) to the train station Bahnhof-Neustadt. Then take the tram no. 6, direction Niedersedlitz, to the station Blasewitzer Strasse / Fetscherstrasse. Cross the street and walk along the Blasewitzer Strasse until the next intersection with Augsburger Strasse (about 200 m) which brings you to the gate of the clinic area. Please continue to walk for another 400 m or so, then the DINZ (house #19) is on the right.

by train

From the main train station Hauptbahnhof please take the tram no. 10 from Hauptbahnhof Nord, direction Striessen, to the station Fetscherplatz. Then take the tram no. 12, direction Striessen, to the station Augsburger Strasse/Universitätsklinik. Cross the street and walk along the street Augsburger Strasse till you come after 50 m to the gate of the clinic area. Please continue to walk for another 400 m or so, then the DINZ (house #19) is on the right.
From the train station Bahnhof Neustadt take the tram no. 6, direction Niedersedlitz, to the station Blasewitzer Strasse / Fetscherstrasse. Cross the street and walk along the Blasewitzer Strasse until the next intersection with Augsburger Strasse (about 200 m), take a left on Augsburger Strasse  till you come after 50 m to the gate of the clinic area. Please continue to walk for another 400 m or so, then the DINZ (house #19) is on the right.

The Dinner

The dinner will start at 7:00 p.m. at the Restaurant Chiaveri  Dresden (Bernhard-von-Lindenau-Platz 1; Restaurant of the Saxionian Parliament), close to the Semper Opera at the City Center. Dresscode is informal (shoes and shirts required).

Google coordinates: click here  51.056489, 13.734057 

At the dinner all drinks are free with exception f alcoholic drinks - here we are only able to cover the first two alcoholic drinks.

Fee

Fee for participation is 50 Euro; for students it is 20 Euro. For participants with an industrial background the participation fee is 200 Euro. Fees must be paid on registration with money transfer or through credit card. The refund for no show is limited to 50%.

Credit Card payment:


Last name, first name (as written on card)
Card Type (VISA or MASTERCARD)
Credit card number
Expiration date
Conference fee
Email for possible inquiry
 

Money transfer - please send the money to the following account:

Within Germany:

Carl Gustav Carus Management GmbH
Important: Please indicate as purpose of the payment “ARGE OLF/GUST 2016” plus your name
Bank: Deutsche Kreditbank AG
BLZ: 120 300 00
Account number: 11 248 333

From outside of Germany:

Receiver: Carl Gustav Carus Management GmbH
Important: Please indicate as purpose of the payment “ARGE OLF/GUST 2016” plus your name
IBAN: DE 71 1203 0000 0011 248 333
BIC: BYLADEM 1001

Contact

Prof. Dr. med. Thomas Hummel

Department of Otorhinolaryngology, University of Dresden Medical School, Fetscherstrasse 74 , 01307 Dresden, Germany; phone +49-351-458-4189 or -3197; Fax +49-351-458-7370; thummel@mail.zih.tu-dresden.de

Deadline

Deadline for registration is the 15th of November 2016. Please send an informal application to Thomas Hummel. Please let us know whether you would like to participate in the conference dinner.

Aussteller“ / „Sponsors“

    • none

    Hotel Reservation:

    Please make sure to make reservations as soon as possible – during Christmas time hotels are typically sold out. The City of Dresden asks for a specific tourist room tax which you do not have to pay when you stay in Dresden for business reasons. Please ask Thomas Hummel (thummel@mail.zih.tu-dresden.de) for a confirmation that you will be in Dresden for the SMELL and TASTE meeting.

    Category A (*****)

    Hotel Bülow Residenz

    Single: 170 €

    city center

    Kempinski Hotel

    please ask

    city center

    Radisson SAS Gewandhaus Hotel

    please ask

    city center

    Other

    Dorint Hotel Dresden

    Single: 100-111 €

    city center

    Dresden Hilton

    please ask

    city center

    Holiday Inn Hotel

    90-105 €

    city center

    Hotel Elbflorenz Dresden

    Single: 105-125€

    city center

    Schloß Eckberg

    Single: 85 €

    my favorite hotel in Dresden
    (says Thomas Hummel)

    The Westin Bellevue Dresden

    Single: 140 €

    city center

    Hotel am Blauen Wunder

    Single: 78-98 €

    1.5 km toconference venue

    Hotel Smetana

    Single: 70 €

    3 km to conference venue

    ibis Hotel Bastei, Königstein, Lilienstein

    Single: 63,80 €

    city center

    Hotel Martha Hospiz

    Approx. 80 €

    Hotel Artushof

    Approx. 70 € up

    800 m to conference venue
    (nice place - says Thomas Hummel)

    Villa Freisleben

    Single: 70 € up

    800 m to conference venue
    (very nice place - says Thomas Hummel)

    Continued Medical Education

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    Scientific program

    Special presentations:

    • Andreas Dunkel,  Chair of Food Chemistry and Molecular Sensory Science , Technische University München, “Food’s combinatorial odor codes – new knowledge on how nature recruits volatiles to make our foods smell so good”    More
    • Gabriela Krasteva-Christ, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Institut für Anatomie und Zellbiologie, "Role of taste sensation in innate immunity of the lower airways"

      

    Friday, 02. December 2016

    14:00

    Welcome: Karl-Bernd Hüttenbrink, Cologne

    Session 1 – Olfaction    Chair: Antje Hähner, Dresden

    14:01

    Ilona Croy, Dresden:  Chemosensory Communication

    14:16   

    Christian Mueller, Vienna: Screening of odor memory with ‘Sniffin`Sticks’

    14:31

    Önder Göktas, Berlin: Rhinomanometry vs. rhinoresistometry in theevaluation of olfactory function

    14:46

    Janine Albinus, Dresden: Olfactory threshold and odor discrimination ability in children -  evaluation of a modified “Sniffin’ Sticks” test

    15:01

    Valentin Schriever, Dresden: Development of an international odor identification test for children

    15:16-15:45





    Session of the WG Olf/Gust in German, or, if not interested, Coffee Break
    Chair: Karl-Bernd Hüttenbrink, Cologne

    Guidelines: Michael Damm, Cologne
    Multicentric study: Antje Hähner, Dresden
    Travel award: Antje Welge-Luessen, Basel

    15:45-16:00

    General coffee break

    16:15-17:00


    Andreas Dunkel, Munich: Food’s combinatorial odor codes – new knowledge on how nature recruits volatiles to make our foods smell so good
    Chair: Volker Gudziol, Dresden

    Session 2 – Olfaction Chair: Ilona Croy, Dresden

    17:00

    Sophia Poletti, Zurich: Differences in central and peripheral electrophysiological response to psychophysically indistinguishable odour enantiomers

    17:15

     Katharina Schön, Dresden: The rewarding value of food-related odors

    17:30

    Philipp Nahrath, Dresden: Longterm adaptation to odors

    17:45

    Felix Riedel, Dresden: Influence of conditioning on olfactory habituation - an EEG-study

    18:00-19:00

    Visit Dresdner Striezelmarkt – please get there by Tram #12 or Taxi

    19:00-22:00

    Dinner at the Restaurant Chiaveri (walking distance from the Striezelmarkt)


    Saturday, December 3rd, 2016

    Session 3 – Olfaction Chair: Simona Negoias, Bern

    09:00

    Suse Fraesdorf, Dresden: An Android App for olfactory testing with the Sniffin’ Sticks

    09:15

    Cagdas Guducu, Izmir: Separating Normosmic and Anosmic Patients Based on Non-parametric Entropy Evaluation of Chemosensory Event-Related Potentials

    09:30

    Cedric Manesse, Lyon: Dysosmia and quality of life in elderly people

    09:45

    Anna Oleszkiewicz, Dresden: Body-odor- and voice-based assessments of gender in sighted and blind individuals

    10:00

    Basile Landis, Geneva: REAH and olfaction: brief overview and a few clinical case examples

    10:15

    Fabian Rottstädt, Dresden: Olfactory bulb volume in patients with psychiatric

    10:30

    Pengfei Han, Dresden: Olfactory brain grey matter and olfactory bulb volume in CRS patients

    10:45

    Malena Ezzat, Dresden: Treatment of post-infectious olfactory loss with citrate buffer

    11:00-11:30

    Coffee break

    11:30-12:15

    Gabriela Krasteva-Christ, Würzburg: Role of taste sensation in innate immunity of the lower airways
    Chair: Valentin Schriever, Dresden

    12:15-12:45

    Coffee break

    Session 4 - Trigeminal Function and Taste: Chair: Julia Vent, Mannheim

    12:45

    Mohammed Aziz, Dresden: Short inter-stimulus-interval in recording
    Olfactory Event Related Potentials

    13:00

    Timo Schultheiss, Dresden: Trigeminal Training

    13:15

    Manja Unrath, Dresden: New studies in umami taste

    13:30

    Kathrin Ohla, Potsdam: Differences in taste perception in obese and lean

    13:45

    Richard Höchenberger, Potsdam: Rapid and reliable methods for the measurement of taste thresholds

    14:00

    Siomona Negoias, Bern: Taste sensitivity in patients with oral lichen planus

    14:15

    Önder Göktas, Berlin: Gustatory training - therapy of olfactory loss

    14:30

    Conclusion – Karl-Bernd Hüttenbrink, Cologne

     Download Programm (pdf)

    Abstracts

    To come

    Registration

    Please let us know by email to Thomas Hummel (Thomas.Hummel(at)mail.zih.tu-dresden.de) whether you would like to participate or not:

    I will participate at the meeting and will submit an abstract (untill Nov. 15th): yes        no

    I will participate without abstract submission:   yes       no

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    Affiliation:……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….………………………….

    Student: yes:    no: