09.00 – 18.00

18.00 – 20.00

OPENING CEREMONY

Welcome from ECPM 2018 Presidents
Anton Mikhailov and Dmitry Ivanov, Russia

Welcome of Governor of Saint-Petersburg
Georgiy Poltavchenko, Russia

Welcome of the EAPM President: EAPM’s roadmap – Connecting Maternal Medicine to Fetal  Medicine to Prevention of future NCD
Moshe Hod, Israel

Stems cell therapy in Perinatology
Gennady Sukhikh, Russia

The fault is not in our stars, but maybe in our embryos: the legacy of development on chronic adult diseases
Giuseppe Remuzzi, Italy

MATERNITY PRIZE AWARD LECTURES

MATERNITY PRIZE AWARD CEREMONY
Introduction by: TBD

20.00 – 21.00

WELCOME RECEPTION

08.00 – 09.00

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

09.00 – 09.30

KEY NOTE LECTURE 1

Coordinator and discussant: Moshe Hod, Israel

The road map toward winning the battle of preterm birth
Joe Leigh Simpson, USA

09.30 – 11.00

PLENARY 1 FETAL GROWTH AND BIRTHWEIGHT: SETTING THE STANDARD

Coordinators and Discussants: Anton Mikhailov, Russia; Eduard Gratacos, Spain

European standards for term and preterm infants
Jennifer Zeitlin, France

WHO standards for fetal growth
Torvid Kiserud, Norway

Customised standards for fetal growth and birthweight
Jason Gardosi, UK

Management of IUGR in Russia
Natalia Kan, Russia

11.00 – 11.30

COFFEE BREAK & POSTER VIEWING

11.30 – 13.00

PARALLEL 1 – SOUTH EAST EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF PERINATAL MEDICINE 

PARALLEL 2 – FETAL AND NEONATAL GROWTH – ABNORMAL FETAL GROWTH

Coordinators and Discussants: Lev Ashrafyan, Russia; Gerry Visser, The Netherlands

Early IUGR; diagnosis and management
Gerry Visser, The Netherlands

Late IUGR: diagnosis and management
Nikolos Papantoniou, Greece

IUGR perinatal and long-term consequences
Eduard Gratacos, Spain

IUGR and Multiple Pregnancy
Anton Mikhailov, Russia

Discussion

PARALLEL 3 – PRE ECLAMPSIA; ALL THE WAY TOWARDS PREDICTION AND PREVENTION

Coordinators and Discussants: Galina Savelyeva Russia; Elisa Llurba, Spain; Stefan Verlohren, Germany

Angiogenic factors and preeclampsia – from Diagnosis to Therapy
Ananth Karumanchi, USA

Angiogenic factors in Clinical Routine – where are we now?
Elisa Llurba, Spain

Curing Preeclampsia
Ravi Thadani, USA

Angiogenic Factors and Preeclampsia – Towards a Re-evaluation of the Gold Standard
Stefan Verlohren, Germany

Placental marinobufagenin in preeclampsia
Alexey Bagrov, Russia

A new etiological factor for preeclampsia and IUGR and a new potential drug candidate
Stefan Hansson, Sweden

PARALLEL 4 – NEONATAL HAEMODYNAMICS

Coordinators and Discussants: Alexey Yakovlev, Russia; Willem De Boode, the Netherlands

Advanced Haemodynamic Monitoring of the Neonate
Willem De Boode, the Netherlands

Neonatologist Performed Echocardiography (NPE)
TBD

Neonatal Shock; How to treat?
Eugene Dempsey, Ireland

Patent Ductus Arteriosus, to close or not to close?
David Van Laere, Belgium

Haemodynamic of neonates on flight transportation
Alexey Yakovlev, Russia

PARALLEL 5PERINATAL MEDICINE AND IMMIGRANTS AND REFUGEES – THE EAPM CALL TO ACTION

Coordinators and Discussants: Leila Adamyan, Russia; Aris Antsaklis, Greece

Maternal and Fetal Issues of Refugees and Migrants
Aris Antsaklis, Greece

Maternal Health in Refugee Women -the threat from rising rates of obesity and diabetes
TBD

Neonatal health in refugees
Merih Cetinkaya, Turkey

Round table discussion

13.00 – 14.00

EXHIBITION & POSTER VIEWING

14.00 – 15.30

PARALLEL 6 – IMPACT ON MOTHER AND OFFSPRING

Coordinators and Discussants: Alexandr Strizakov, Russia; Luis Cabero Roura, Spain

The mother – The multidisciplinary approach to the mother with chronic diseases
Jacky Nizard, France

Mother and offspring – Immunosuppression during pregnancy
Miroslaw Wielgos, Poland

The offspring to a mother with NCD – short and long term implications. From Pregnancy to Post Pregnancy
Umberto Simeoni, Switzerland

Pregnancy, delivery and offspring – chronic kidney disease
Vitaliy Bezenar, Russia

Discussion

PARALLEL 7NUTRITION OF PRETERM INFANTS

Coordinators and Discussants: Nikolay Volodin, Russia; Alexandre Lapillonne, France

Total Parenteral Nutrition
Alexandre Lapillonne, France

Enteral nutrition: human milk fortifiers
Sertac Arslanoglu, Turkey

Incentives for breastfeeding of preterm infants
Renée Flacking, Sweden

Nutrition and brain development
Manon Benders, The Netherlands

Body composition in breast-fed infants
Irina Rumina, Russia

PARALLEL 8 – NEONATAL HYPERBILIRUBINEMIA

 

Coordinators and Discussants: Dmitry Degtyerev, Russia; Jeffrey Maisels, USA

Bilirubin-induced neural impairment
TBD

Hyperbilirubinemia in the preterm infant
Jeffrey Maisels, USA

Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency and severe neonatal hyperbilirubinemia
Michael Kaplan, Israel

Non-immune neonatal hyperbilirubinemia
Nikolay Shabalov, Russia

Discussion

PARALLEL – PERINATAL INFLAMMATION AND BRAIN INJURY

Coordinators and Discussants: Natalya Artymuk, Russia; Pierre Gressens, France

The role of inflammation in perinatal brain injury
Pierre Gressens, France

Impact of neonatal sepsis on neurodevelopmental outcome and cerebral palsy
Despoina Briana, Greece

Genetic variants and risk of brain injury after preterm birth
James Boardman, UK

Sterile inflammation and pregnancy outcomes
Nana Tetruashvili, Russia

Discussion

PARALLEL 10 – INTRAUTERINE GROWTH RESTRICTION

Coordinators and Discussants: Aris Antsaklis, Greece; Antonia Haritou, Greece; Arsenios Georgiadis, Greece

Prediction of late onset IUGR
Makarios Eleftheriadis, Greece

Diabetes and IUGR
Panagiotis Antsaklis, Greece

Management of the early IUGR fetuses
George Daskalakis, Greece

How to deliver an IUGR fetus
Aris Antsaklis, Greece

Neonatal problems of the IUGR fetuses
Fani Anatolitou, Greece

IUGR, metabolic syndrome and strategies for intervention
Vasiliki Soubasi, Greece

Discussion

15.30 – 17.00

PLENARY 2 – THE OMICS & MATERNAL-FETAL – NEONATAL MEDICINE FROM TOP RESEARCH TO THE BED SIDE; Can we Predict Pregnancy Complications?

Coordinators and Discussants: Gennady Sukhikh, Russia; Moshe Hod, Israel; Vassilios Fanos, Italy

Genomics
Philippos Patsalis, Cyprus

Epigenetics
Umberto Simeoni, Switzerland

Metabolomics
Vassilios Fanos, Italy

Microbiomics
TBD

Discussion

17.00 – 17.30

COFFEE BREAK & POSTER VIEWING

17.30 – 18.00

PLENARY 3 – KEY NOTE LECTURE

Coordinator and Discussant: Vladimir Serov, Russia; Apostolos Athanasiadis, Greece

Do we have an answer from the ASPRE Study?
Liona Poon, Hong Kong

18.00 – 19.00

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

08.00 – 09.00

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

09.00 – 10.30

SEMI PLENARY 1 – REVISITING THE SECOND STAGE OF LABOUR

 

Coordinators and Discussants: Edward Aylamazian, Russia; Anneke Kwee, The Netherlands

Maximum duration of the latent and active phase of the second stage of labour
Camille Leray, France

Short and long-term complications of instrumental vaginal delivery
Deirdre Murphy, Ireland

CTG interpretation in the second stage of labour
Diogo Ayres-De-Campos, Portugal

Important aspects of newborn resuscitation in the labour ward
Luca Ramenghi, Italy

Use of ultrasound in the 2nd stage of labor
Oleg Bayev, Russia

SEMI PLENARY 2 – PERINATAL INFECTIONS

Coordinators and Discussants: Nikolay Shabalov, Russia; Vassilios Fanos, Italy

Zyka virus: what perinatologist must know
David Baud, Switzerland

CMV
Yves Ville, France

Antibiotic treatment in neonatology: a rational approach
Jean-Paul Langhendries, Belgium

The role of microbiota in Neonatal Infections
Dominique Darmaun, France

Discussion

10.30 – 11.00

COFFEE BREAK & POSTER VIEWING

11.00 – 12.30

PARALLEL 11 – SMFM

Coordinators and Discussants:  Vincenzo Berghella, USA

Ultrasound in labour
Tullio Ghi, Italy

How to do a caesarean
Vincenzo Berghella, USA

Evidence-based management of normal labor

Vincenzo Berghella, USA

PARALLEL 12 – PLACENTA

Coordinators and Discussants: Roman Shmakov, Russia; Irene Cetin, Italy

Placental biomarkers and pregnancy complications
Stefan Verlohren, Germany

Maternal nutritional status and placental function
Irene Cetin, Italy

Placenta bed disorders in early and late PE
Zulfia Hodjaeva, Russia

Placentation abnormalities-present and future of the problem for Society
Nikolay Rukhliada, Russia

Discussion

PARALLEL 13NEONATAL NEUROCRITICAL CARE

 

Coordinators and Discussants: Irina Soldatova, Russia; Elie Saliba, France

Neonatal neurocritical care and neonatal seizures
Lena Hellstrom-Westas, Sweden

MRI for diagnosing neonatal seizures
Manon Benders, The Netherlands

NIRS for Celebral oxygenation
Adelina Pellicer, Spain

MRI in hypoxic-ischemic brain injure in preterm neonates
Alexandr Pozdnyakov, Russia

PARALLEL 14CELL-BASED THERAPIES IN NEONATOLOGY

Coordinators and Discussants: Gennady Sukhikh, Russia; Eren Ozek, Turkey

Stem cells for neonatal brain disorders
Won Soon Park, S. Korea

Cell-Based Therapies to Repair the Preterm Lung
Won Soon Park, S. Korea

Breast milk and stem cells
Gavino Faa, Italy

Fetal mesenchymal stem cells – characteristics and potential for perinatal medicine applications
Filip Dabrowski, Poland

Prospects of stem cells in the treatment of severe damage of the nervous system
Victor Zubkov, Russia

12.30 – 13.30

EXHIBITION & POSTER VIEWING

13.30 – 14.30

EAPM GENERAL ASSEMBLY

14.30 – 16.00

PARALLEL 15PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS

Coordinators and Discussants: Viktor Radzinsky, Russia; Tahir Mahmood, UK; Jacky Nizard, France

EBCOG and Barcelona HIP Declaration – moving forward together
Tahir Mahmood, UK

Diabetes in Pregnancy: France National Data
Jacky Nizard, France

Prediction of adverse perinatal outcomes of pre-eclampsia
Ljiljana Mirkovic, Serbia

When are you too old to shake the cradle? Advanced maternal age and pregnancy outcome
Yariv Yogev, Israel

Discussion

PARALLEL 16 – PERINATAL ASPHYXIA AND NEURODEVELOPMENTAL OUTCOME

Coordinators and Discussants: Vera Shman, Russia; Diogo Ayres-De-Campos, Portugal

Computer analysis of cardiotocography – a false hope?
Austin Ugwumadu, UK

Can STAN and FBS reduce perinatal asphyxia?
Isis Amer-Wahlin, Sweden

Noval therapies for hypoxic ischaemic brain injury
Henrik Hagberg, UK

Role of MR-spectroscopy in the prediction of neurological outcomes of premature newborns
Vladimir Bychenko, Russia

PARALLEL 17 – OUTCOMES FOR EXTREMELY PREMATURE INFANTS: EUROPEAN COHORTS

Coordinators and Discussants: Oleg Filippov, Russia; Elie Saliba, France

Results from the EPIPAGE French Cohort study
Pierre-Yves Ancel, France

Results from the EXPRES Swedish cohort study
Fredrik Serenius, Sweden

Management differences among countries: EPICE population based cohort
Jennifer Zeitlin, France

Results from Central Russia region (cohort study)
Anna Malyshkina, Russia

Discussion

PARALLEL 18 – GENDER RELATED OUTCOMES / SINGLETON AND TWINS

Coordinators and Discussants: Vladislav Baranov, Russia; Giancarlo Di Renzo, Italy

Placental gender
Giancarlo Di Renzo, Italy

Fetal sex and pregnancy complications
Miroslaw Wielgos, Poland

Fetal sex of twins and neonatal outcome
Eric Shinwell, IsraeL

TBD
Alexandr Makacaria, Russia

Discussion

PARALLEL 19 – Fetal, Neonatal, Maternal, Reproductive active programming

Coordinators and Discussants: Milos Petronijevic, Serbia; Svetlana Vrzic Petronijevic, Serbia

Surgical ways of solving uterus atony and saving uterus
Aleksandar Stefanovic, Serbia

Successful management of HELLP
Sasa Kadija, Serbia

Prevention of preeclampsia and Serbian statistic
Milos Petronijevic, Serbia

Fetal echocardiography in hypertension as predictor parameter
Vrzic Petronijevic, Serbia

Fetus programing in High Risk Pregnancies, successful preventing hypoxia
Miroslava Gojnic Dugalic, Serbia

Operative treatment of molar Pregnancy, saving uterus
Katarina Jeremic, Serbia

Ultrasound markers of gestational diabetes
Milan Perovic, Serbia

New markers in placental oxidation
Igor Pantic, Serbia

16.00 – 16.30

COFFEE BREAK & POSTER VIEWING

16.30 – 17.30

SEMI PLENARY 3 – ASSISTING THE PERINATAL LUNG

Coordinators and Discussants: Elena Baibarina, Russia; Luc Zimmermann, The Netherlands

Special populations at risk of RDS: IUGR, Twins, diabetes
Federico Mecacci, Italy

Hydrocortisone trial for preventing BPD
Olivier Baud, Switzerland

The key to success of non-invasive ventilation among preterm infants compared to CPAP
Oleg Ionov, Russia

SEMI PLENARY 4 –  CESAREAN

Coordinators and Discussants: TBD

How to do a caesarean with placenta percreta
Mark Kurtser, Russia

Keeping down the caesarean rate: monitoring the referrals for induction and elective caesarean section
Ferenc Szirko, Estonia

Age and mode of delivery in GDM pregnancy
I. Zazerskaya, Russia

Follow up after Ceasarean section, evaluating the scar by ultrasound
Olga Vikhareva, Sweden

17.30 – 18.25

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

08.00 – 09.00

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

09.00 – 09.30

PLENARY 4 – THE VOICE OF THE PARENTS ORGANIZATIONS

Coordinator and Discussant: Umberto Simeoni, Switzerland

Parents as Partners – challenges and opportunities
Silke Mader, Germany

09.30 – 10.30

PARALLEL 20 – MATERNAL NCDS AND SHORT AND LONG TERM OUTCOME

Coordinators and Discussants: Grigoriy Penzhoyan, Russia; TBD

Obesity
Tahir Mahmood, UK

Diabetes
Gerard Visser, The Netherlands

Hypertension
Stefan Verlohren, Germany

Obstetric complications and hemostasis disorders
Tatiana Libova, Russia

PARALLEL 21 – FIGO – Best practice recommendations in maternal fetal medicine

 

Coordinators and Discussants: Irina Sidorova, Russia; Giancarlo Di Renzo, Italy

Pre-term Labor
Gian Carlo Di Renzo, Italy

HIP (Hyperglycemia in Pregnancy)
Federico Mecacci, Italy

Aspirin in Pregnancy
Shilpa Nambiar, Malaysia

PET
Liona Poon, Hong Kong

Impaired Fetal Growth
Jason Gardosi, UK

PARALLEL 22 – PERINATAL STANDARDS OF CARE

Coordinators and Discussants: Elena Baibarina, Russia; Silke Mader, Germany; Gyula Talosi, Hungary

 European standards for newborn health
Silke Mader, Germany

Indicators of quality of care
Boubou Hallberg, Sweden

Monitoring ESBL bacteria in NICUs
Gyula Talosi, Hungary

Add time Modern protocols and guidelines in Russia
Leila Adamyan, Russia

PARALLEL 23 – PERINATAL MICROBIOME

Coordinators and Discussants: Vasiliy Petrukhin, Russia; Giorgio Mello, Italy

 Probiotics at birth and prevention of allergic disease
Samuli Rautava, Finland

Pregnancy complications and microbial changes
Duccio Cavallieri, Italy

Microbial Changes during Pregnancy, Birth and Infancy
Omry Koren, Israel

Maternal microbiome and pregnancy outcome
Vladimir Kuzmin, Russia

10.30 – 11.00

COFFEE BREAK & POSTER VIEWING

09.00 – 09.30

SEMI PLENARY 5THE VOICE OF THE NATIONAL SOCIETIES

Coordinators and Discussants: Dmitriy Ivanov, Russia; Diogo Ayres-De Campos, Portugal

Prenatal MRI and postnatal outcome
Daniela Prayer, Austria

The organization of perinatal care in Portugal
Joana Saldanha, Portugal

Reducing metabolic acidosis rates
Anneke Kwee, Netherlands

Perinatal mortality in Russia – very promising story of last two decades
Yuriy Petrenko, Russia

SEMI PLENARY 6 – CONTROVERSIES IN NEONATAL MEDICINE

Coordinators and Discussants: Alexey Kianksep, Russia; Eren Ozek, Turkey

Debate on BPD – is it congenital or acquired disease?

  • Congenital – Eugenio Baraldi, Italy
  • Acquired – Arunas Lubsys, Lithuania

Flucanozole prophylaxis in NICU:  What do the studies say ?
Eren Özek, Turkey

12.00 – 12.30

KEY NOTE LECTURE OF INCOMING PRESIDENT

Coordinator: Moshe Hod, Israel

White matter injury in the preterm infant: pathology, mechanisms and imaging
Elie Saliba, France

12.30 – 13.30

CLOSING CEREMONY

+ WED 5th Sept

09.00 – 18.00

18.00 – 20.00

OPENING CEREMONY

Welcome from ECPM 2018 Presidents
Anton Mikhailov and Dmitry Ivanov, Russia

Welcome of Governor of Saint-Petersburg
Georgiy Poltavchenko, Russia

Welcome of the EAPM President: EAPM’s roadmap – Connecting Maternal Medicine to Fetal  Medicine to Prevention of future NCD
Moshe Hod, Israel

Stems cell therapy in Perinatology
Gennady Sukhikh, Russia

The fault is not in our stars, but maybe in our embryos: the legacy of development on chronic adult diseases
Giuseppe Remuzzi, Italy

MATERNITY PRIZE AWARD LECTURES

MATERNITY PRIZE AWARD CEREMONY
Introduction by: TBD

20.00 – 21.00

WELCOME RECEPTION

+ THU 6th Sept

08.00 – 09.00

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

09.00 – 09.30

KEY NOTE LECTURE 1

Coordinator and discussant: Moshe Hod, Israel

The road map toward winning the battle of preterm birth
Joe Leigh Simpson, USA

09.30 – 11.00

PLENARY 1 FETAL GROWTH AND BIRTHWEIGHT: SETTING THE STANDARD

Coordinators and Discussants: Anton Mikhailov, Russia; Eduard Gratacos, Spain

European standards for term and preterm infants
Jennifer Zeitlin, France

WHO standards for fetal growth
Torvid Kiserud, Norway

Customised standards for fetal growth and birthweight
Jason Gardosi, UK

Management of IUGR in Russia
Natalia Kan, Russia

11.00 – 11.30

COFFEE BREAK & POSTER VIEWING

11.30 – 13.00

PARALLEL 1 – SOUTH EAST EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF PERINATAL MEDICINE 

PARALLEL 2 – FETAL AND NEONATAL GROWTH – ABNORMAL FETAL GROWTH

Coordinators and Discussants: Lev Ashrafyan, Russia; Gerry Visser, The Netherlands

Early IUGR; diagnosis and management
Gerry Visser, The Netherlands

Late IUGR: diagnosis and management
Nikolos Papantoniou, Greece

IUGR perinatal and long-term consequences
Eduard Gratacos, Spain

IUGR and Multiple Pregnancy
Anton Mikhailov, Russia

Discussion

PARALLEL 3 – PRE ECLAMPSIA; ALL THE WAY TOWARDS PREDICTION AND PREVENTION

Coordinators and Discussants: Galina Savelyeva Russia; Elisa Llurba, Spain; Stefan Verlohren, Germany

Angiogenic factors and preeclampsia – from Diagnosis to Therapy
Ananth Karumanchi, USA

Angiogenic factors in Clinical Routine – where are we now?
Elisa Llurba, Spain

Curing Preeclampsia
Ravi Thadani, USA

Angiogenic Factors and Preeclampsia – Towards a Re-evaluation of the Gold Standard
Stefan Verlohren, Germany

Placental marinobufagenin in preeclampsia
Alexey Bagrov, Russia

A new etiological factor for preeclampsia and IUGR and a new potential drug candidate
Stefan Hansson, Sweden

PARALLEL 4 – NEONATAL HAEMODYNAMICS

Coordinators and Discussants: Alexey Yakovlev, Russia; Willem De Boode, the Netherlands

Advanced Haemodynamic Monitoring of the Neonate
Willem De Boode, the Netherlands

Neonatologist Performed Echocardiography (NPE)
TBD

Neonatal Shock; How to treat?
Eugene Dempsey, Ireland

Patent Ductus Arteriosus, to close or not to close?
David Van Laere, Belgium

Haemodynamic of neonates on flight transportation
Alexey Yakovlev, Russia

PARALLEL 5PERINATAL MEDICINE AND IMMIGRANTS AND REFUGEES – THE EAPM CALL TO ACTION

Coordinators and Discussants: Leila Adamyan, Russia; Aris Antsaklis, Greece

Maternal and Fetal Issues of Refugees and Migrants
Aris Antsaklis, Greece

Maternal Health in Refugee Women -the threat from rising rates of obesity and diabetes
TBD

Neonatal health in refugees
Merih Cetinkaya, Turkey

Round table discussion

13.00 – 14.00

EXHIBITION & POSTER VIEWING

14.00 – 15.30

PARALLEL 6 – IMPACT ON MOTHER AND OFFSPRING

Coordinators and Discussants: Alexandr Strizakov, Russia; Luis Cabero Roura, Spain

The mother – The multidisciplinary approach to the mother with chronic diseases
Jacky Nizard, France

Mother and offspring – Immunosuppression during pregnancy
Miroslaw Wielgos, Poland

The offspring to a mother with NCD – short and long term implications. From Pregnancy to Post Pregnancy
Umberto Simeoni, Switzerland

Pregnancy, delivery and offspring – chronic kidney disease
Vitaliy Bezenar, Russia

Discussion

PARALLEL 7NUTRITION OF PRETERM INFANTS

Coordinators and Discussants: Nikolay Volodin, Russia; Alexandre Lapillonne, France

Total Parenteral Nutrition
Alexandre Lapillonne, France

Enteral nutrition: human milk fortifiers
Sertac Arslanoglu, Turkey

Incentives for breastfeeding of preterm infants
Renée Flacking, Sweden

Nutrition and brain development
Manon Benders, The Netherlands

Body composition in breast-fed infants
Irina Rumina, Russia

PARALLEL 8 – NEONATAL HYPERBILIRUBINEMIA

 

Coordinators and Discussants: Dmitry Degtyerev, Russia; Jeffrey Maisels, USA

Bilirubin-induced neural impairment
TBD

Hyperbilirubinemia in the preterm infant
Jeffrey Maisels, USA

Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency and severe neonatal hyperbilirubinemia
Michael Kaplan, Israel

Non-immune neonatal hyperbilirubinemia
Nikolay Shabalov, Russia

Discussion

PARALLEL – PERINATAL INFLAMMATION AND BRAIN INJURY

Coordinators and Discussants: Natalya Artymuk, Russia; Pierre Gressens, France

The role of inflammation in perinatal brain injury
Pierre Gressens, France

Impact of neonatal sepsis on neurodevelopmental outcome and cerebral palsy
Despoina Briana, Greece

Genetic variants and risk of brain injury after preterm birth
James Boardman, UK

Sterile inflammation and pregnancy outcomes
Nana Tetruashvili, Russia

Discussion

PARALLEL 10 – INTRAUTERINE GROWTH RESTRICTION

Coordinators and Discussants: Aris Antsaklis, Greece; Antonia Haritou, Greece; Arsenios Georgiadis, Greece

Prediction of late onset IUGR
Makarios Eleftheriadis, Greece

Diabetes and IUGR
Panagiotis Antsaklis, Greece

Management of the early IUGR fetuses
George Daskalakis, Greece

How to deliver an IUGR fetus
Aris Antsaklis, Greece

Neonatal problems of the IUGR fetuses
Fani Anatolitou, Greece

IUGR, metabolic syndrome and strategies for intervention
Vasiliki Soubasi, Greece

Discussion

15.30 – 17.00

PLENARY 2 – THE OMICS & MATERNAL-FETAL – NEONATAL MEDICINE FROM TOP RESEARCH TO THE BED SIDE; Can we Predict Pregnancy Complications?

Coordinators and Discussants: Gennady Sukhikh, Russia; Moshe Hod, Israel; Vassilios Fanos, Italy

Genomics
Philippos Patsalis, Cyprus

Epigenetics
Umberto Simeoni, Switzerland

Metabolomics
Vassilios Fanos, Italy

Microbiomics
TBD

Discussion

17.00 – 17.30

COFFEE BREAK & POSTER VIEWING

17.30 – 18.00

PLENARY 3 – KEY NOTE LECTURE

Coordinator and Discussant: Vladimir Serov, Russia; Apostolos Athanasiadis, Greece

Do we have an answer from the ASPRE Study?
Liona Poon, Hong Kong

18.00 – 19.00

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

+ FRI 7th Sept

08.00 – 09.00

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

09.00 – 10.30

SEMI PLENARY 1 – REVISITING THE SECOND STAGE OF LABOUR

 

Coordinators and Discussants: Edward Aylamazian, Russia; Anneke Kwee, The Netherlands

Maximum duration of the latent and active phase of the second stage of labour
Camille Leray, France

Short and long-term complications of instrumental vaginal delivery
Deirdre Murphy, Ireland

CTG interpretation in the second stage of labour
Diogo Ayres-De-Campos, Portugal

Important aspects of newborn resuscitation in the labour ward
Luca Ramenghi, Italy

Use of ultrasound in the 2nd stage of labor
Oleg Bayev, Russia

SEMI PLENARY 2 – PERINATAL INFECTIONS

Coordinators and Discussants: Nikolay Shabalov, Russia; Vassilios Fanos, Italy

Zyka virus: what perinatologist must know
David Baud, Switzerland

CMV
Yves Ville, France

Antibiotic treatment in neonatology: a rational approach
Jean-Paul Langhendries, Belgium

The role of microbiota in Neonatal Infections
Dominique Darmaun, France

Discussion

10.30 – 11.00

COFFEE BREAK & POSTER VIEWING

11.00 – 12.30

PARALLEL 11 – SMFM

Coordinators and Discussants:  Vincenzo Berghella, USA

Ultrasound in labour
Tullio Ghi, Italy

How to do a caesarean
Vincenzo Berghella, USA

Evidence-based management of normal labor

Vincenzo Berghella, USA

PARALLEL 12 – PLACENTA

Coordinators and Discussants: Roman Shmakov, Russia; Irene Cetin, Italy

Placental biomarkers and pregnancy complications
Stefan Verlohren, Germany

Maternal nutritional status and placental function
Irene Cetin, Italy

Placenta bed disorders in early and late PE
Zulfia Hodjaeva, Russia

Placentation abnormalities-present and future of the problem for Society
Nikolay Rukhliada, Russia

Discussion

PARALLEL 13NEONATAL NEUROCRITICAL CARE

 

Coordinators and Discussants: Irina Soldatova, Russia; Elie Saliba, France

Neonatal neurocritical care and neonatal seizures
Lena Hellstrom-Westas, Sweden

MRI for diagnosing neonatal seizures
Manon Benders, The Netherlands

NIRS for Celebral oxygenation
Adelina Pellicer, Spain

MRI in hypoxic-ischemic brain injure in preterm neonates
Alexandr Pozdnyakov, Russia

PARALLEL 14CELL-BASED THERAPIES IN NEONATOLOGY

Coordinators and Discussants: Gennady Sukhikh, Russia; Eren Ozek, Turkey

Stem cells for neonatal brain disorders
Won Soon Park, S. Korea

Cell-Based Therapies to Repair the Preterm Lung
Won Soon Park, S. Korea

Breast milk and stem cells
Gavino Faa, Italy

Fetal mesenchymal stem cells – characteristics and potential for perinatal medicine applications
Filip Dabrowski, Poland

Prospects of stem cells in the treatment of severe damage of the nervous system
Victor Zubkov, Russia

12.30 – 13.30

EXHIBITION & POSTER VIEWING

13.30 – 14.30

EAPM GENERAL ASSEMBLY

14.30 – 16.00

PARALLEL 15PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS

Coordinators and Discussants: Viktor Radzinsky, Russia; Tahir Mahmood, UK; Jacky Nizard, France

EBCOG and Barcelona HIP Declaration – moving forward together
Tahir Mahmood, UK

Diabetes in Pregnancy: France National Data
Jacky Nizard, France

Prediction of adverse perinatal outcomes of pre-eclampsia
Ljiljana Mirkovic, Serbia

When are you too old to shake the cradle? Advanced maternal age and pregnancy outcome
Yariv Yogev, Israel

Discussion

PARALLEL 16 – PERINATAL ASPHYXIA AND NEURODEVELOPMENTAL OUTCOME

Coordinators and Discussants: Vera Shman, Russia; Diogo Ayres-De-Campos, Portugal

Computer analysis of cardiotocography – a false hope?
Austin Ugwumadu, UK

Can STAN and FBS reduce perinatal asphyxia?
Isis Amer-Wahlin, Sweden

Noval therapies for hypoxic ischaemic brain injury
Henrik Hagberg, UK

Role of MR-spectroscopy in the prediction of neurological outcomes of premature newborns
Vladimir Bychenko, Russia

PARALLEL 17 – OUTCOMES FOR EXTREMELY PREMATURE INFANTS: EUROPEAN COHORTS

Coordinators and Discussants: Oleg Filippov, Russia; Elie Saliba, France

Results from the EPIPAGE French Cohort study
Pierre-Yves Ancel, France

Results from the EXPRES Swedish cohort study
Fredrik Serenius, Sweden

Management differences among countries: EPICE population based cohort
Jennifer Zeitlin, France

Results from Central Russia region (cohort study)
Anna Malyshkina, Russia

Discussion

PARALLEL 18 – GENDER RELATED OUTCOMES / SINGLETON AND TWINS

Coordinators and Discussants: Vladislav Baranov, Russia; Giancarlo Di Renzo, Italy

Placental gender
Giancarlo Di Renzo, Italy

Fetal sex and pregnancy complications
Miroslaw Wielgos, Poland

Fetal sex of twins and neonatal outcome
Eric Shinwell, IsraeL

TBD
Alexandr Makacaria, Russia

Discussion

PARALLEL 19 – Fetal, Neonatal, Maternal, Reproductive active programming

Coordinators and Discussants: Milos Petronijevic, Serbia; Svetlana Vrzic Petronijevic, Serbia

Surgical ways of solving uterus atony and saving uterus
Aleksandar Stefanovic, Serbia

Successful management of HELLP
Sasa Kadija, Serbia

Prevention of preeclampsia and Serbian statistic
Milos Petronijevic, Serbia

Fetal echocardiography in hypertension as predictor parameter
Vrzic Petronijevic, Serbia

Fetus programing in High Risk Pregnancies, successful preventing hypoxia
Miroslava Gojnic Dugalic, Serbia

Operative treatment of molar Pregnancy, saving uterus
Katarina Jeremic, Serbia

Ultrasound markers of gestational diabetes
Milan Perovic, Serbia

New markers in placental oxidation
Igor Pantic, Serbia

16.00 – 16.30

COFFEE BREAK & POSTER VIEWING

16.30 – 17.30

SEMI PLENARY 3 – ASSISTING THE PERINATAL LUNG

Coordinators and Discussants: Elena Baibarina, Russia; Luc Zimmermann, The Netherlands

Special populations at risk of RDS: IUGR, Twins, diabetes
Federico Mecacci, Italy

Hydrocortisone trial for preventing BPD
Olivier Baud, Switzerland

The key to success of non-invasive ventilation among preterm infants compared to CPAP
Oleg Ionov, Russia

SEMI PLENARY 4 –  CESAREAN

Coordinators and Discussants: TBD

How to do a caesarean with placenta percreta
Mark Kurtser, Russia

Keeping down the caesarean rate: monitoring the referrals for induction and elective caesarean section
Ferenc Szirko, Estonia

Age and mode of delivery in GDM pregnancy
I. Zazerskaya, Russia

Follow up after Ceasarean section, evaluating the scar by ultrasound
Olga Vikhareva, Sweden

17.30 – 18.25

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

+ SAT 8th Sept

08.00 – 09.00

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

09.00 – 09.30

PLENARY 4 – THE VOICE OF THE PARENTS ORGANIZATIONS

Coordinator and Discussant: Umberto Simeoni, Switzerland

Parents as Partners – challenges and opportunities
Silke Mader, Germany

09.30 – 10.30

PARALLEL 20 – MATERNAL NCDS AND SHORT AND LONG TERM OUTCOME

Coordinators and Discussants: Grigoriy Penzhoyan, Russia; TBD

Obesity
Tahir Mahmood, UK

Diabetes
Gerard Visser, The Netherlands

Hypertension
Stefan Verlohren, Germany

Obstetric complications and hemostasis disorders
Tatiana Libova, Russia

PARALLEL 21 – FIGO – Best practice recommendations in maternal fetal medicine

 

Coordinators and Discussants: Irina Sidorova, Russia; Giancarlo Di Renzo, Italy

Pre-term Labor
Gian Carlo Di Renzo, Italy

HIP (Hyperglycemia in Pregnancy)
Federico Mecacci, Italy

Aspirin in Pregnancy
Shilpa Nambiar, Malaysia

PET
Liona Poon, Hong Kong

Impaired Fetal Growth
Jason Gardosi, UK

PARALLEL 22 – PERINATAL STANDARDS OF CARE

Coordinators and Discussants: Elena Baibarina, Russia; Silke Mader, Germany; Gyula Talosi, Hungary

 European standards for newborn health
Silke Mader, Germany

Indicators of quality of care
Boubou Hallberg, Sweden

Monitoring ESBL bacteria in NICUs
Gyula Talosi, Hungary

Add time Modern protocols and guidelines in Russia
Leila Adamyan, Russia

PARALLEL 23 – PERINATAL MICROBIOME

Coordinators and Discussants: Vasiliy Petrukhin, Russia; Giorgio Mello, Italy

 Probiotics at birth and prevention of allergic disease
Samuli Rautava, Finland

Pregnancy complications and microbial changes
Duccio Cavallieri, Italy

Microbial Changes during Pregnancy, Birth and Infancy
Omry Koren, Israel

Maternal microbiome and pregnancy outcome
Vladimir Kuzmin, Russia

10.30 – 11.00

COFFEE BREAK & POSTER VIEWING

09.00 – 09.30

SEMI PLENARY 5THE VOICE OF THE NATIONAL SOCIETIES

Coordinators and Discussants: Dmitriy Ivanov, Russia; Diogo Ayres-De Campos, Portugal

Prenatal MRI and postnatal outcome
Daniela Prayer, Austria

The organization of perinatal care in Portugal
Joana Saldanha, Portugal

Reducing metabolic acidosis rates
Anneke Kwee, Netherlands

Perinatal mortality in Russia – very promising story of last two decades
Yuriy Petrenko, Russia

SEMI PLENARY 6 – CONTROVERSIES IN NEONATAL MEDICINE

Coordinators and Discussants: Alexey Kianksep, Russia; Eren Ozek, Turkey

Debate on BPD – is it congenital or acquired disease?

  • Congenital – Eugenio Baraldi, Italy
  • Acquired – Arunas Lubsys, Lithuania

Flucanozole prophylaxis in NICU:  What do the studies say ?
Eren Özek, Turkey

12.00 – 12.30

KEY NOTE LECTURE OF INCOMING PRESIDENT

Coordinator: Moshe Hod, Israel

White matter injury in the preterm infant: pathology, mechanisms and imaging
Elie Saliba, France

12.30 – 13.30

CLOSING CEREMONY