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Metabolism Joint Lab Meeting

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Metabolism Joint Lab Meeting

Life Science Building (LSB) Room 202

Thursdays 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

Meetings feature research presentations by graduate students, post-docs, surgeons, physicians, and investigators from the ECDOI. It is an excellent opportunity to learn about various topics related to metabolism, bioenergetics, membranes, diabetes, bariatric surgery, public health and many other areas. Presentations consist of new data, grant ideas, journal articles, and open questions central to diabetes and obesity research. The setting is informal and interactive, consisting of an open discussion throughout. This allows for extended discussion of key ideas, often fostering collaborations which are fundamental to the success of the ECDOI.

Meetings are open to all who are interested. You can find the full upcoming schedule below. Check back each periodically for updates. We look forward to seeing you there.

Spring 2014

Jan
23
Ethan Anderson, PhD
LSB 202
Department of Pharmacology
"Cardiac redox balance, catecholamine metabolism and outcomes of heart surgery: Can we predict and prevent complications?"
Feb
6
Jane Hoppin, ScD
ECHI Conference Room B
Deputy Director, Center for Human Health and the Environment, North Carolina State University
"Human Exposure to Phthalates and Health Effects"
Feb
13
Lei Wang, PhD candidate
LSB 202
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
"Mechanistic insights into retinoid-based therapies for inflammatory skin diseases—reprograming of integrins"
Feb
20
Suzanne Lea, PhD, MPH
LSB 202
Epidemiology of bariatric surgery and cancer incidence
Feb
27
Dan Lark, PhD student
LSB 202
Department of Kinesiology
“cAMP-dependent Regulation of Skeletal Muscle Mitochondrial Bioenergetics”
Mar
13
Tonya Zeczycki, PhD
LSB 202
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
"Tranglutaminase 2: The glue that sticks things together"
Mar
20
Katsu Funai Lab
ECHI Conference Room A
“Obesity metabolic programming in human primary myotubes”
Mar
27
Robert A. Kloner, MD, PhD
ECHI Conference Room A
"Cell Therapy for Myocardial Infarction"
University of Southern California
Apr
3
Maria Torres, PhD student
LSB 202
"Unravelling the Mechanisms of Menopause-Induced Insulin Resistance"
Apr
10
Madison Sullivan, PhD student
LSB 202
"Optimizing Oxidative Phosphorylation by the Manipulation of Mitochondrial Cardiolipin"
Apr
17
Patrick Davis, PhD student
ECHI Conference Room A
"Does AMP degradation influence skeletal muscle contractile performance and mitochondria content?"
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Greenville, NC 27834
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