EMBO/EMBL Symposium: Frontiers in Metabolism - From Molecular Physiology to Systems Medicine

  • Conference Call
  • The Euro­pean Mol­e­c­u­lar Biol­ogy Lab­o­ra­tory (EMBL) is kindly invit­ing you to par­tic­i­pate in the a Sym­po­sium on Fron­tiers in Metab­o­lism – From Mol­e­c­u­lar Phys­i­ol­ogy to Sys­tems Med­i­cine, held 17 – 20 Novem­ber, 2014 in Hei­del­berg, Ger­many.

    Theme of the Symposium

    Con­ver­sion and pro­cess­ing of small mol­e­cules by cel­lu­lar meta­bolic net­works pro­vides the cell with the nec­es­sary nutri­ents, bio­mass pre­cur­sors and energy resources. Metab­o­lism has there­fore tra­di­tion­ally been seen as a down­stream effec­tor layer in the reg­u­la­tory archi­tec­ture of the cell. Recent work, how­ever, revealed that metab­o­lism com­mands cel­lu­lar and organ­is­mal phys­i­ol­ogy and is closely inter­twined with mul­ti­ple sig­nalling pathways.

    Stud­ies on the mech­a­nisms of meta­bolic sens­ing, char­ac­ter­i­sa­tion of the system-​level impact of metab­o­lism on reg­u­la­tory net­works and dis­cov­ery of new meta­bolic coor­di­na­tion mech­a­nisms have pro­vided unfore­seen insights into the crosstalk between metab­o­lism and cel­lu­lar home­osta­sis, which show a remark­able evo­lu­tion­ary conservation.

    This very active field of inves­ti­ga­tion is inter­dis­ci­pli­nary in nature and requires a vari­ety of approaches, from inves­ti­ga­tions at the mol­e­c­u­lar and cel­lu­lar lev­els to system-​wide genetic and inte­gra­tive approaches in mul­ti­ple species. This sym­po­sium will there­fore bring together lead­ing researchers from a vari­ety of dis­ci­plines and dis­ease areas to stim­u­late cross-​fertilising dis­cus­sions and exchanges.

    Aims

    The pur­pose of this sym­po­sium is to offer an inte­grated view of metab­o­lism and high­light the emerg­ing con­cept that metab­o­lism exerts an impor­tant home­o­sta­tic role on mul­ti­ple path­ways involved in human dis­ease, includ­ing tumour cell growth, inflam­ma­tion, neu­ronal func­tions and epi­ge­netic reprogramming.

    Topics

    • Topic 1 — Mito­chon­dria and metabolism
    • Topic 2 — Large-​scale analy­sis of metab­o­lism across species
    • Topic 3 — Meta­bolic sen­sors and effectors
    • Topic 4 — Stress path­ways and meta­bolic homeostasis
    • Topic 5 — Stem cells, can­cer and metabolism
    • Topic 6 — Metab­o­lism and aging

    Keynote Speaker

    Fellowships

    EMBO Travel Grants and EMBL Advanced Train­ing Cen­tre Cor­po­rate Part­ner­ship Pro­gramme Reg­is­tra­tion Fee Waivers are avail­able for par­tic­i­pants of the EMBO I EMBL Sym­posia Series.

    EMBL Advanced Train­ing Cen­tre Cor­po­rate Part­ner­ship Pro­gramme (CPP) Reg­is­tra­tion Fee Waiver

    • All par­tic­i­pants are eligible
    • The sum that you have paid to attend the meet­ing will be reimbursed
    • Please note that you must pay your reg­is­tra­tion fee by the pay­ment deadline
    • The EMBL Course & Con­fer­ence Office will request your bank details and will reim­burse the reg­is­tra­tion fees after the event

    EMBO Travel Grant

    • Up to 500 € for par­tic­i­pants arriv­ing from the eli­gi­ble coun­tries listed below
    • Travel Grants can only be reim­bursed after the event, and once the orig­i­nal receipts have been submitted
    • Please note that these grants are designed to cover travel (Apex /​Econ­omy) to attend the meet­ing. Visa costs, accom­mo­da­tion and sub­sis­tence will not be covered.

    Organisers

    starting: ending: 20.11.2014 Location: , Category:

    Timeline

    Conference START 20.11.2014 END

    All deadlines have expired!

    This conference has no more open deadlines. There may be successive conferences coming up you may by interested in.

    Please check our conference list and search...

    Conference Facts

    Location , Address Meyerhofstrasse 1 Category Organiser More Info Conference Website

    Further interesting Conferences

    Currently we have no similar events listed. Please check our website regulary, subscribe to our RSS-Feed or follow us on twitter for new listings.