It’s time once again for the Aging and Metabolism (AM) Friday Seminar Series. Conferences will be held in person in conference room A.
The presentations will begin at 3:30 PM sharp.
This seminar series is mandatory for all lab personnel in the Aging and Metabolism Program.
|Dylan Barber – Presynaptic inhibition by sAPP prevents runaway synaptic modification in associative memory models
Paulo Caldeira Mesquita – Applying lessons from limb muscles to improve the recovery of aged diaphragm from mechanical ventilation
|Wan Hee Yoon, Ph.D. – The role of alpha-KGDH in brain development and degeneration.
|Neeraj Singh, Ph.D.
|Kamil Kobak – Aging and 2-hit stress conjointly disrupt proteostatic mechanisms in heart failure with preserved ejection fraction in mice.
Kylene Harold – Loss of cardiac PFKFB2 drives metabolic, functional, and electrophysiological remodeling in the heart.
|Christiana Raymond-Pope – From traumatic muscle injury to sarcopenia: exploring the pathophysiology of skeletal muscle
Michelle Nguyen – The role of mitochondrial haplotype in age-related changes in muscle and blood metabolome
|Roberto Santin Marquez – Role of genomic and non-genomic responses of ERα on the metabolic benefits exerted by 17α-E2 treatment
Matthew Baier – Understanding the role of cellular senescence in age-related cognitive heterogeneity
|Andrea Ramirez Sagredo
Ana Luiza Bock
|Carlos Manlio Diaz Garcia
The Aging & Metabolism Research Seminar Series will begin in September. Unless otherwise noted, seminars are held Friday afternoons from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. If you would like to be on the mailing list for this seminar series, send e-mail to Heather-Spencer@omrf.org.