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Hobart 2015 meeting

AuPS 2015 Hobart - International Speakers

  • Tom Cheung, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
    – Regulation of stem cell quiescence – Symposium
  • Ed Eringa, VU University, The Netherlands
    – Role of perivascular adipose tissue on microvascular flow – Symposium
  • Karyn Esser, University of Florida, USA
    – A new role for circadian rhythm genes in muscle as a determinant of systemic health and performance – Symposium
  • Bret Goodpaster, Translational Research Institute for Metabolism and Diabetes, USA
    – – Lecture
  • Susan Howlett, Dahousie University, Canada
    – Different cardioprotection strategies in ageing – Symposium
  • Xinli Hu, Peking University, China
    – MG53 and diabetic cardiomyopathy – Symposium
  • David Marcinek, Washington University, USA
    – Dynamic control of mitochondrial energetics in aging skeletal muscle – Symposium
  • Joel Michael, Rush University, USA
    – The core concepts of physiology: what are they and how do we know if our students understand them? – Symposium
  • David Paterson, University of Oxford, UK
    – Recent insights into neural control of cardiac excitability – Symposium
  • Feliciano Protasi, Università G. d'Annunzio of Chieti, Italy
    – Exercise-dependent formation of new SR-TT junctions containing STIM1 and Orai1 – Symposium
  • Kim Sjøberg, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
    – Microvascular actions of GLP-1 – Symposium
  • Russell Tupling, University of Waterloo, Canada
    – The diverse roles of phospholamban and sarcolipin in skeletal muscle: From adaptive thermogenesis to muscle myopathy – Symposium
  • Zhen Yan, University of Virginia, USA
    – Autophagy and exercise-induced mitochondrial biogenesis – Symposium

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