MITO2i Inaugural Research Symposium

Apr 8 – 9, 2021
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11:00am–2:30pm
Symposium
Details

The MITO2i Inaugural Research Symposium will bring together Research Faculty, Clinicians and Trainees interested in Mitochondrial research in a two event which will showcase MITO2i Inaugural Grant, Fellowship and Scholarship awardees as well as introduce new and exciting areas for mitochondrial research.

Key Highlights:

  • Listen to our Keynote Speaker, an expert in mitochondrial disease describe the future of mitochondrial research
  • Hear from the Inaugural Grant Awardees in a series of quick-fire talks
  • Get the perspective from an Industry Representative on how to develop pre-clinical mitochondria research programs towards clinical development and treatments for patients
  • Learn about the various fields and disciplines investigating the role of mitochondria function and dysfunction as it relates to mitochondrial disease as well as many other chronic diseases

For more information and to register, visit https://www.mito2i.ca/2021-symposium

Location
Zoom
Contact
Sonya Brijbassi, Associate Director Strategy & Partnerships, MITO2i
2021-04-08 15:00:00 2021-04-09 18:30:00 UTC MITO2i Inaugural Research Symposium The MITO2i Inaugural Research Symposium will bring together Research Faculty, Clinicians and Trainees interested in Mitochondrial research in a two event which will showcase MITO2i Inaugural Grant, Fellowship and Scholarship awardees as well as introduce new and exciting areas for mitochondrial research. Key Highlights: Listen to our Keynote Speaker, an expert in mitochondrial disease describe the future of mitochondrial research Hear from the Inaugural Grant Awardees in a series of quick-fire talks Get the perspective from an Industry Representative on how to develop pre-clinical mitochondria research programs towards clinical development and treatments for patients Learn about the various fields and disciplines investigating the role of mitochondria function and dysfunction as it relates to mitochondrial disease as well as many other chronic diseases For more information and to register, visit https://www.mito2i.ca/2021-symposium Zoom webpac.noreply@utoronto.ca