AuPS Meeting AuPS

25th - 28th November 2018
Sydney, NSW

International Speakers

David Beech, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
– Piezo1 mechano-sensor in vascular physiology and disease – Symposium
Sarah Blackwood, Ariel University, Israel
– The physiological importance of flowmotion – Symposium
David Clapham, Howard Hughes Medical Insitute, United States of America
– Ion channels of primary cilia – Symposium
Cathryn Kolka, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, USA
– The skeletal muscle endothelium: the barrier within – Symposium
Jonathan Schertzer, McMaster University, Canada
– Microbiota components that improve endocrine control of metabolism in obesity and ageing – Symposium
Deborah Sloboda, McMaster University, Canada
– Maternal microbial and metabolic influences on fetal metabolic development. – Symposium
Kirsty Spalding, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
– Adipose turnover in human – depot specific characteristics – Symposium