U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

International Conference on Diabetes and Depression

10/9/2012 7:00 AM
10/10/2012 7:00 AM
 
No
(703) 713-1234
Angela Meadows ameadows@scgcorp.com
Herndon
 
Hyatt Dulles

Event Details

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The International Conference on Diabetes and Depression is a multidisciplinary meeting focused on the co-morbidity of these two significant, chronic conditions. The primary goals of the Conference are to (1) present current research related to the pathogenesis, prevention, and treatment of co-morbid diabetes and depression; and (2) identify important research gaps and opportunities that are likely to lead to improved care and outcomes for co-morbid diabetes and depression. The meeting will include expert speakers, discussants, and panelists who can address these issues from the United States' and global perspectives.

Agenda

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Introduction and Background

8:30 a.m. Introduction-Opening Remarks
Christine Hunter, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK)


Remarks from National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH): Setting the Stage
Tom Insel, Director, NIMH
8:45 a.m. Broad Overview of the Meeting and the State-of- the-Science:

Incidence, Prevalence, and Bi-directionality of th​e Diabetes and Depression Association
Sherita Golden

Public Health Impact of Co-morbid Diabetes and Depression ​
Norman Sartorius

Session 1: Mechanisms Linking Diabetes and Depression

​​​​​Session Chairs: Irwin Lucki, Ph.D., and Sherita Golden, M.D., M.H.S​

9:15 a.m. Mechanisms Linking Diabetes and Depression: Session Introduction
Irwin Lucki
9:20 a.m. Overview of Potential Mechanisms for the Link Between Diabetes and Depression
Khalida Ismail

NEUROENDOCRINE FACTORS

Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal (HPA) Axis

9:40 a.m. The Role of the HPA Axis in Neuroplasticity as a Link to Depression and Cognitive Co-morbidities in Animal Models of Diabetes
Alexis Stranahan
10:00 a.m. Evidence of HPA Axis Dysfunction in Depression and Diabetes in Clinical and Population-based Studies
Sherita Golden
10:15 a.m. Depression and Risk of Cognitive Decline in Diabetes-Evidence From Human Studies
Rachel Whitmer
10:30 a.m. Question-and-Answer Session
Moderator: Irwin Lucki
10:50 a.m. Remarks from NIDDK: Setting the Stage
Griffin Rodgers, Director, NIDDK
11:00 a.m.
BREAK

Circadian Rhythms and Sleep Disturbance

11:20 a.m. The Role of Circadian Rhythms in Regulating Metabolism-Basic Science Mechanisms
Orefeu Buxton
11:35 a.m. Effects of Sleep Disturbances on Metabolic Function, Diabetes Risk, and Depression
David Ehrmann
11:50 a.m. Question-and-Answer Session
Moderator: Irwin Lucki
12:10 p.m. LUNCH: Boxed Lunch With Advance Purchase

Inflammation
1:10 p.m. The Role of Inflammation and Immunological Challenge as a Bridge Between Depression and Diabetes-Lessons From Animal Models
Robert Dantzer
1:25 p.m. Evidence of Inflammation in the Pathophysiology of Depression and Diabetes in Human Studies
Charles Raison
1:40 p.m. Question-and-Answer Session
Moderator: Sherita Golden
BEHAVIORAL, PSYCHOSOCIAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS
1:55 p.m. Contextual Factors in Diabetes and Depression
Tiffany Webb-Gary
2:10 p.m. Diabetes Distress Versus Depression: Implications for Glycemic Control
Mary de Groot
2:25 p.m. Adherence to Diabetes Self-care Behaviors in Depression
Jeff Gonzalez
2:40 p.m. Depression in Children with Diabetes
Maria Kovacs
2:55 p.m. Question-and-Answer Session
Moderator: Peter Muehrer
3:15 p.m. BREAK

TREATMENT FACTORS
3:35 p.m. Antidepressant Treatments in Animal Models of Diabetes
Irwin Lucki
3:50 p.m. Association of Antidepressant and Antipsychotic Treatments With Obesity and Incident Diabetes in Population-based Studies
Richard Holt
4:05 p.m. Question-and-Answer Session
Moderator: Sherita Golden
4:25 p.m. Panel Discussion: Implications for Clinical and Behavioral Research? What Are the Crucial Unanswered Research Questions?
Alan Jacobson and Robert Ratner

Question-and-Answer Session
Moderator: Christine Hunter
5:05 p.m. Wrap-up and Logistics for Day 2
Christine Hunter

Day 2 - October 10, 2012

8:00 a.m. Welcome Back and Orientation to the Day's Schedule
Peter Muehrer

Session 2: Treatment 

Session Chair: Wayne Katon, M.D., and Mary de Groot, Ph.D.​ ​

8:10 a.m. Session Introduction
Wayne Katon
8:25 a.m. Are Evidenced-based Depression Treatments Effective in Treating Co-morbid Depression in Patients With Diabetes, and Do These Treatments Improve Diabetes Disease Control?
Christina van der Feltz-Cornelis
8:45 a.m. Question-and-Answer Session
Moderator: Mary de Groot
9:00 a.m. Improving Depression Outcomes in Large Populations of Patients With Diabetes: Collaborative Depression Care
Paul Ciechanowski
9:20 a.m. Question-and-Answer Session
Moderator: Wayne Katon
9:35 a.m. Multi-condition Collaborative Care for Both Depression and Diabetes
Wayne Katon
9:55 a.m. Question-and-Answer Session
Moderator: Mary de Groot
10:10 a.m. BREAK
10:30 a.m. Effect of Improving Diabetes Disease Control in Large Populations of Patients With Diabetes on Psychological Distress and Well-being
Patrick O'Connor
10:50 a.m. Question-and-Answer Session
Moderator: Wayne Katon
11:05 a.m. Improving Depressive Symptoms and HbA1C Outcomes in Patients With Type I Diabetes
Alan Jacobson
11:25 a.m. Question-and-Answer Session
Moderator: Mary de Groot
11:40 a.m. Panel Discussion: What are the Crucial Unanswered Research Questions?
John Hayes and Arie Nouwen
Question-and-Answer Session
Moderator: Peter Muehrer
12:15 p.m. LUNCH: Boxed Lunch With Advance Purchase

Session 3: Prevention and Public Health

Session Chairs: Richard Holt, Ph.D., F.R.C.P., and Norman Sartorius, M.D., Ph.D.​ ​

1:15 p.m. Session Introduction
Richard Holt
1:30 p.m. Prevention of Diabetes in Those With Depression: Findings From the Major Diabetes Prevention Trials
David Marrero
1:50 p.m. Question-and-Answer Session
Moderator: Richard Holt
2:05 p.m. Prevention of Depression in Those With Diabetes
Edwin Fisher
2:25 p.m. Question-and-Answer Session
Moderator: Richard Holt
2:40 p.m. BREAK
3:00 p.m. Roundtable
Chair: Norman Sartorius

Dissemination, Implementation, and Public Health Panel: The Evidence and Research Needs in Health Policy, Health Education, and Health Economics Related to the Prevention and Management of Co-morbid Diabetes and Depression
Panel: Santosh Chaturvedi, Leonard Egede, Edwin Fisher,Wayne Katon, David McDaid,
Brian Oldenberg, François Pouwer, Robert Ratner, and Richard Roberts
4:30 p.m.​​ Concluding Remarks
Sherita Gordon and Norman Sartorius

Directions/Travel

MEETING FACILITY

Hyatt Dulles at Dulles International Airport
2300 Dulles Corner Boulevard
Herndon, VA 20171
Telephone: (703) 713-1234
(More facility information can be obtained from this website.)
 
Room Rate: $189 (plus tax) per night
 
A block of sleeping rooms has been reserved at the hotel for arrival on Monday, October 8, 2012, and departure on Wednesday, October 10, 2012. You may make reservations by calling the hotel directly at (703) 713-1234. Be sure to indicate that you are requesting a room for the Diabetes and Depression room block when making your reservations to receive this reduced rate. The room block will be in effect at the reduced rate until Monday, September 17, 2012. Any room reservations received after that date will be accepted on a space and rate availability basis. Please note that reservations must be cancelled no later than 24 hours prior to the scheduled arrival date or one night's room and tax will be charged. Check-in time is 3:00 p.m., and check-out time is 12:00 p.m.

GROUND TRANSPORTATION

From Washington DC :
Take Interstate-66 West to Exit 67, Dulles Toll Road West (Route 267). From the toll road, take Exit 10, Herndon/Chantilly. Turn left onto Centreville Road. Turn right at the third traffic light onto Sunrise Valley Drive. Drive approximately 1.5 miles and the Hyatt Dulles will be on the right.
 
From Baltimore and All Points North :
Take Interstate-95South to Exit 27, Interstate-495 West. Take Exit 45A, Dulles Toll Road West (Route 267). From the toll road, take Exit 10, Herndon/Chantilly. Turn left onto Centreville Road. Turn right at the third traffic light onto Sunrise Valley Drive. Drive approximately 1.5 miles and the Hyatt Dulles will be on the right.
 
From Dulles International Airport (IAD) :
Follow exit signs to Route 28 South. After taking the exit for Route 28 South, take the next right exit for Frying Pan Road. At the first light make a left onto Sunrise Valley Road. Drive approximately 1.5 miles and the Hyatt Dulles will be the left.

PARKING

Outdoor self-parking is complimentary.

SHUTTLE SERVICE

Complimentary hotel shuttle service is available to IAD. It starts at 5:15 a.m. and ends at 12:30 a.m. The shuttle runs every half an hour; it departs the hotel 15 minutes before the hour and 15 minutes after the hour. The airport drop-off and pick-up points are at curbs 2A or 2H on the hour and on the half hour. The 12:30 a.m. pick-up at the airport is the last one of the day.

TAXI

BWI :
Airport is a 1.5-hour drive and the fare is approximately $90 to $115.
 
Amtrak Union Station :
Train station is a 40-minute drive and the fare is approximately $55 to $65.
 
Ronald Reagan Airport :
Airport is a 50-minute drive and the fare is approximately $60.

Metro :

West Falls Church and Vienna Stations are both a 30-minute drive and the fare is approximately $40.

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Location

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  • 2300 Dulles Corner Boulevard
  • VA 20171
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Contacts

Line Angela Meadows ameadows@scgcorp.com