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Tanzania, United Republic of
Antigua and Barbuda
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Trinidad & Tob
Korea, Rep of
Papua New Guinea
Bosnia and Herzegovina
JONATHAN MILNER, CEO
Metabolic regulation of cell fate decisions
Systemic signaling and interorgan communication during development and aging
Autophagy and mitochondrial metabolism and dynamics
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We are pleased to announce our latest meeting in La Jolla, California at the magnificient Salk institute. Chaired by Leanne Jones (Salk Institute), this meeting will cover the latest news and developments from within this important field and provide opportunities for networking and discussions. This is a conference not to be missed.
Leanne Jones (The Salk Institute)
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This Abcam sponsored meeting seeks to bring together researchers working in the fields of stem cells and metabolism for a 2 day intensive meeting to highlight the ways in which these two fields are rapidly converging. The meeting will be organized into sessions that will cover basic metabolic processes, fundamental aspects of stem cell biology, as well as aging and diseases of aging. The aim of the meeting is to engender discussions on how metabolic changes within stem cells can influence maintenance, proliferation, survival and the onset of differentiation, as well as how metabolic pathways can alter local and systemic environments, which ultimately impact stem cell behavior and tissue homeostasis.
With this meeting we will build a bridge between stem cell biology and metabolism - two key pillars of modern biology.