It’s time once again for the Aging and Metabolism (AM) Friday Seminar Series. The first seminar date is this upcoming Friday, September 30th in MC-206.
The presentations will begin at 3:30 PM sharp. Come early for light refreshments. Please leave your cell phones in the lab/office.
This seminar series is mandatory for all lab personnel in the Aging and Metabolism Program.
|Sept 30||Eileen Parks – “The Impact of Reduced Neurosteroids in Cognitive Aging”
Chelsea Larabee – “Neuroprotective Role of Nrf2 in Multiple Sclerosis-Associated Optic Neuritis”
|Oct 14||Gary O’Mealey – “Sulforaphane is a Nrf2-Independent Inhibitor of Mitochondrial Fission”
Rizwan Qaisar – “Oxidative Stress Induced Dysregulation of Excitation-Contraction Coupling Contributes to Muscle Weakness in Sod1 Deficient Mice”
|Nov 4||Sreemathi Logan – “Linking IGF-1 and Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Brain Aging”
Bumsoo Ahn – “Cardiac Aging and SOD1 Null Mice”
|Nov 11||Niran Hadad – “Differential Hippocampal Genomic Methylation with Aging in Males and Females”
Gabor Fulop – “IGF Deficiency Alters Hypertension Induced Cerebrovascular Remodelling in Mice”
|Nov 18||Marta Valcarcelares – “Supplementation of Nicotinamide Mononucleotide as a Possible Therapy for Brain Aging”
Chris Schafer – “Maintaining Cardiac Metabolic Flexibility in Response to Changes in Dietary Fat Content: The Role of CoASH-Dependent Degradation of Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Kinase 4”
|Dec 2||Elise Donovan – “Aging, Obesity and Chondrocyte Metabolism in Osteoarthritis”
Alexander Yaganeh – “Early-Life Stress Reduces Hippocampal IGF-1 Resulting in Decreased Myelination and Learning and Memory Deficits in Adulthood”
|Dec 9||Satoshi Matsuzaki – “The Effect of Insulin Signaling on Free Radical Production in Primary Cardiomyocytes”
Stefano Tarantini – “Treatment with the Mitochondrial Antioxidant Peptide Ss-31 Rescues Neurovascular Coupling Responses and Cerebrovascular Endothelial Function and Improves Cognition in Aged Mice”
|Jan 20||Craig Eyster – “PKA Signaling is Altered in the Diabetic Heart”
Dustin Masser – “Retinal DNA Methylation Alterations in a Rodent Model of Diabetic Retinopathy”
The Aging & Metablolism Research Seminar Series will begin in October. Unless otherwise noted, seminars are held Friday afternoons from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in MC-206. If you would like to be on the mailing list for this seminar series, send e-mail to email@example.com. Aging & Metablolism Research Seminar Series 2016 – 2017