Danish Diabetes Academy is co-financing the August Krogh seminar on 12 June 2017 in Copenhagen featuring Professor Enriquie Jamovich, University of Chile. All interested researchers are invited on behalf of the August Krogh Club steering committee.
TIME AND PLACE
12 June 2017, 14:30-16:30
Auditorium 1, August Krogh Building
Universitetsparken 13, DK-2100 Copenhagen
|14:30-15:30||Seminar and discussion|
|15:30-16:30||Post seminar servings and socializing|
CALCIUM SIGNALS MEDIATE EXITATION-METABOLISM COUPLING IN SKELETAL MUSCLE
by Professor Enrique Jaimovich, University of Chile, Chile
Enrique Jaimovich leads the Muscle Cell Physiology Laboratory at the Faculty of Medicine, Universidad de Chile. This laboratory hosts around 20 people, including Assistant Professors Mariana Casas and Paola Llanos, post-doctoral trainees, PhD students, MS students and technical staff. Their subject is skeletal muscle plasticity in health and disease and they have contributed a molecular mechanism that explains the effect of muscle electrical activity in the regulation of gene expression in the muscle cell. This mechanism appears to be altered in several animal models that are presently being studied in the laboratory; namely muscular dystrophy, obesity with insulin resistance, normal aging and cancer cachexia.
Participation is free, but please register here.
PhD students participating in August Krogh seminars receive 0,2 ECTS per seminar.
For abstracts, relevant publications and more details on the symposium: