Thursday, January 28, 2015, time 14:00, room 2025, building U3.
Victor Darley-Usmar – Endowed Professor of Mitochondrial Medicine and Pathology University of Alabama – Birmingham
Marcia Haigis – Associate Professor, Department of Cell Biology, Harvard Medical School
Erika L. Pearce – Associate Professor, Washington University School of Medicine
Recent years have witnessed a growing excitement in the field of mitochondrial biology, with a dramatic increase in our appreciation of the diversity and complexity of mitochondrial function. Rather than simply acting as isolated energy-generating organelles, as once thought, we now know that these organelles are involved in a variety of tasks to maintain physiological processes. Disturbances of mitochondrial function are implicated in many diseases, ranging from neurological diseases to cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.
Webinar Time: 64 min
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