PESTOLA 2016

Cook PESTOLA

PESTOLA 2016 Conference

Cook Children’s will host the 2016 PESTOLA conference. The tentative date will be January 23-24 with plans for arrivals and reception on Friday, January 22nd.

A block of rooms will be reserved at the downtown Fort Worth Hilton.  The conference will be held at Cook Children’s Medical Center.

A survey will be sent out shortly to get your opinions on topics as well as solicit for speaker volunteers.

Contact email list

The upcoming email survey will give you the opportunity to give accurate contact information.

If you fail to receive an email survey, please submit an updated email address including your title to info@pestola.org.

Incorporation

Incorporation is proceeding. Details will be provided as progress is made.

February Updates

Last month’s meeting hosted by UTSW/Children’s Health went very well. The program was very informative.

The location for the 2016 Annual Education meeting will be finalized shortly. Preliminary details will be posted next month.

Incorporation

Formation of an interim Board of Directors for incorporation is progressing. Updates will be posted on incorporation progress next month.

Contacts

One of the primary goals is creation of a comprehensive contact list for those eligible for PESTOLA membership.

Please email your contact info to info@pestola.org

Save the Date

dallas childrens logoThe 2015 PESTOLA conference is hosted by the Dallas Children’s Endocrine Division this year.

Meeting registration is through the Children’s Health CME office and can accessed by this link. Agenda is available through this link.

The meeting will be January 23-24. The meeting will be held at:

Hilton Anatole
2201 N Stemmons Freeway
Dallas, TX 75207
214-761-5820

Call for abstracts Participants are invited to prepare posters for exhibit Friday afternoon January 23.  The topics may include interesting and instructive pediatric endocrinology cases or original research.  We are particularly interested in presentations by fellows, but all presentations will be given careful consideration. Please send abstracts  of no more than 200 words to Dr. Tannin by  by noon on December 30, 2014.