Sydney 2012 Sydney 2012 AuPS/ASB/PSNZ Meeting
International<br />  speakers

2012 Sydney AuPS/ASB/PSNZ Meeting - 2-5 December 2012

International Speakers

  • Romain Barres, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
    – Adaptations to exercise: the role of epigenetic changes – Symposium
  • Lutz Birnbaumer, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, USA
    – Molecular makeup and physiology of TRPC channels – Symposium
  • Josh Edwards, Rush University, USA
    – Plasma membrane calcium handling and arrhythmogenesis – Symposium
  • Raymond Frizzell, Director of the Cystic Fibrosis Research Centre, USA
    – A CFTR-linked anion channel modifies CF disease severity – Symposium
  • Yann Gambin , University of Queensland, Australia
    – Combining single molecule optofluidics and cell free expression: how fast can protein research go? – Symposium
  • Anthony Gummer, Tübingen University, Germany
    – Nanomechanical mechanisms of cochlear amplification – Symposium
  • David Julius, University of California SA, USA
    – ASIC and/or TRP channels – Symposium
  • Timothy Koves, Duke University, USA
    – – Symposium
  • Ming Lei, University of Manchester, UK
    – P21 activated kinase-1 as a key regulator of cardiac automaticity and excitability – Symposium
  • Junichi Nabekura, National Institute for Physiological Sciences, Japan
    – Glial and Neuron interactions: role in neuronal plasticity – Symposium
  • Helen Raybould, University of California Davis, USA
    – Nutrient-sensing in the GI tract: fat, the gut microbiota and obesity – Symposium
  • Ian Smith, University of California - Irvine, USA
    – Tunneling membrane nanotubes generate local calcium signals and may actively propagate calcium signals between cells – Symposium
  • Håkan Westerblad, Karolinska Inst, Sweden
    – Mitochondrial Myopathies – Symposium
  • Akihiro Yamanaka, Okazaki Institute for Integrative Bioscience, Japan
    – Sleep homeostasis and optogenetics – Symposium

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