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33rd Annual Meeting

Of the European Diabetic Nephropathy Study Group


* Please note:

Event postponed, see below for further details

* Current meeting postponed

Due to the rapidly evolving situation around COVID-19 the meeting, 22-23rd May 2020, will not go ahead as planned.

However, we are delighted to share with friends and colleagues that we will have EDNSG 2021 in Glasgow.
We are currently working on exact dates but expect to see the meeting in the second half of May 21.

Thank you very much and please stay safe.

Gemma Currie and Christian Delles


*To all EDNSG Members/ Delegates (22-23 May 2020), you will have received notification, however, please find the communication within the below link

EDNSG communication - event cancelled


Welcome to Glasgow

We are delighted to invite you to attend the 33rd Annual Meeting of the European Diabetic Nephropathy Study Group.

This year’s event will be hosted by Dr Gemma Currie and Professor Christian Delles at the University of Glasgow. Scotland’s largest city is historically renowned for its Victorian and art nouveau architecture and shipbuilding legacy.

Today it remains a national cultural hub home to National Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet, National Theatre of Scotland acclaimed museums a thriving music scene as well as famously friendly locals!

The University founded in 1451 is the 4th oldest in the English-speaking world and enjoys a picturesque location overlooking the River Kelvin and Kelvingrove Park as well as boasting a proud history of diabetes research.

We hope you will be able to join us for what promises to be an exciting and informative event attended by many of our expert international colleagues.


Professor Sally Marshall
President, EDNSG

Event Sponsors

The organisers are grateful to the following sponsors for providing unrestricted grants to support the meeting:

AstraZeneca Logo - link to their site mundibiopharma logo


Novo Nordisk logo - link to websiteReCore company logo