The XXIII Lipid Meeting Leipzig will held December 13-15th, 2023 at Salles de Pologne, Germany

The Lipid Meeting Leipzig has established itself as a renowned biannual meeting addressing cutting edge clinical and translational science in all relevant areas of lipid metabolism and diseases caused by metabolic disorders. The Lipid Meeting Leipzig is attracting researchers from around the globe.

The international XXIII Lipid Meeting Leipzig 2023 addresses current and emerging topics in lipid-disorders and related diseases. This year we will discuss novel and emerging therapies for lipid disorders and related vascular disease, new insights into the regulation of lipid-metabolism and the origins of obesity, aspects of vascular inflammation and its regulation, and look into early and non-canonical mechanisms of lipid disorders and vascular disease. These topics will be presented and discussed by internationally renowned experts.

The Lipid Meeting is open for all physicians, scientists and students interested in the fascinating field lipid function in medicine and physiology. It brings together an international group of participants from all career levels and from various scientific and medical disciplines to present cutting-edge research in a collegial atmosphere.

After the virtual meeting in 2021, we are glad to host the XXIII Lipid Meeting Leipzig as a physical meeting in Leipzig, giving you the chance to meet top scientists from around the world, discuss science – and enjoy the special Christmas atmosphere in Leipzig, including the option to attend Johan Sebastian Bach’s “Weihnachtsoratorium” in the Thomas Church in Leipzig – a unique experience!

We look forward to welcoming you in Leipzig!

Prof. Dr. Berend Isermann
Prof. Dr. Uta Ceglarek

Institute of Laboratory Medicine, Clinical Chemistry and Molecular Diagnostics, Medical Faculty

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Laufs

Clinic and Polyclinic for Cardiology, University Hospital Leipzig

Prof. Dr. Matthias Blüher

Helmholtz Institute for Metabolism, Obesity and Vascular Research (HI-MAG)
Helmholtz Center Munich at the University of Leipzig and the University Hospital Leipzig AöR