Mitochondrial Function, Cell Metabolism, & Disease

Nov 8, 2018

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8:00am–3:00pm
Symposium

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Join the Canadian Mitochondrial Network (MitoNet) and Agilent for a day dedicated to mitochondrial function, cell metabolism, & disease research!

This symposium brings together experts on mitochondrial research discussing breakthroughs on Cancer, Kinesiology, Mitochondrial Metabolomics, 3D Organoids and biochemistry. Find the right technology is crucial. We will devote attention in this symposium to debate about the importance of real-time functional metabolism and overall cell analysis. 

This symposium is meant to be stimulating, instigate debate and hopefully lead to development of new collaborations and ideas. 

This seminar is Free. Registration is required, seating is limited. Lunch will be provided.

Register here.

Medical Sciences Bldg., Room 2170

AGENDA:

8:00 –10:00
Continental Breakfast, Registration, & Networking
Cell Analysis Technology Overview

Brian Kierce, Cell Analysis Instruments Product Specialist, Agilent

Live Cell Functional Analysis
David Ferrick, PhD. Senior Director, Cell Analysis, Agilent
Natalia Romero, PhD. Applications Scientist, Cell Analysis Products, Agilent

10:00 –10:30
Welcome & Introduction
Ana Andreazza, PhD

10:30 –11:45
Keynote: Mitochondrial Metabolomics
Julie St-Pierre, PhD -University of Ottowa

11:45 –13:00
Lunch Break & Poster Section


13:00 –14:00
Panel: Mitochondrial & Muscle Biology: Bioenergetics and Metabolism

David Hood, PhD -York University 
Chris Perry, PhD -York University

14:00 –15:00
Panel: New approaches to access mitochondrial biology
Thomas Hurd, PhD
Ana Andreazza, PhD

Location

Medical Sciences Building
1 King's College Circle, Room 2170
Toronto
2018-11-08 13:00:00 2018-11-08 20:00:00 UTC Mitochondrial Function, Cell Metabolism, & Disease Join the Canadian Mitochondrial Network (MitoNet) and Agilent for a day dedicated to mitochondrial function, cell metabolism, & disease research! This symposium brings together experts on mitochondrial research discussing breakthroughs on Cancer, Kinesiology, Mitochondrial Metabolomics, 3D Organoids and biochemistry. Find the right technology is crucial. We will devote attention in this symposium to debate about the importance of real-time functional metabolism and overall cell analysis.  This symposium is meant to be stimulating, instigate debate and hopefully lead to development of new collaborations and ideas.  This seminar is Free. Registration is required, seating is limited. Lunch will be provided. Register here.Medical Sciences Bldg., Room 2170 AGENDA: 8:00 –10:00Continental Breakfast, Registration, & NetworkingCell Analysis Technology OverviewBrian Kierce, Cell Analysis Instruments Product Specialist, AgilentLive Cell Functional AnalysisDavid Ferrick, PhD. Senior Director, Cell Analysis, AgilentNatalia Romero, PhD. Applications Scientist, Cell Analysis Products, Agilent 10:00 –10:30Welcome & IntroductionAna Andreazza, PhD10:30 –11:45Keynote: Mitochondrial MetabolomicsJulie St-Pierre, PhD -University of Ottowa 11:45 –13:00Lunch Break & Poster Section13:00 –14:00Panel: Mitochondrial & Muscle Biology: Bioenergetics and MetabolismDavid Hood, PhD -York University Chris Perry, PhD -York University14:00 –15:00Panel: New approaches to access mitochondrial biologyThomas Hurd, PhDAna Andreazza, PhD 1 King's College Circle, Room 2170 - Medical Sciences Building discovery.commons@utoronto.ca
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