Also read the article in Nature on the conference here.
We will be streaming the Munich EBRS CARE conference live to room A150 in the medical school on Monday 18 November.
09:00 Short talk Prof. Till Roenneberg, LMU Munich
“Applying Circadian Theory in the Real World”
09:30 Short talk Prof. Dries Kalsbeek, University of Amsterdam,
Academic Medical Center
“Metabolic effects of shift work: time-dependent effects of feeding, fasting and exercise”
10:00 Short talk Prof. Henriette Uhlenhaut, Technical University Munich and Helmholtz Ctr
“Cistromic Reprogramming of the Diurnal Glucocorticoid Response by High Fat Diet”
10:30 Refreshment break
11:00 Short talk Prof. Henrik Oster, University of Lübeck
“Coordination of Behavior & Metabolism by the Circadian Clock Network”
11:30 Short talk Prof. Maria Robles, LMU Munich
“Protein cycles controlling metabolism”
12:00 Short Talk AnneMarie Finger, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin
“A Potential Mechanism of Intercellular Coupling in Peripheral Circadian Clocks”
12:30 Refreshment break
12:45 Welcome Address Prof. Francesca Biagini, Vice President LMU Munich
Prof. Yaron Oz, Rector Tel Aviv University
13:00 Plenary Lecture Prof. Paolo Sassone-Corsi, University of California at Irvine
“Linking Epigenetics and Metabolism through the Circadian Clock”
If you join us, please do not forget to register online here:
UK Clock Club Talk by Lauren
Lauren's great poster was selected for oral presentation at the Summer UK Clock Club in Cambridge!
New research article in Scientific Reports on circadian Pgp expression and its importance for drug transporters
Co-lead author Swati A. Kumar in a collaboration with Annabelle Ballesta, Alper Okyar, Francis Lévi, Enza Piccolo and us entitled: Sex-, feeding-, and circadian time-dependency of P-glycoprotein expression and activity - implications for mechanistic pharmacokinetics modeling, we described how time-of-day of drug adminstration might lead to different pharmacokinetic profiles in male and female mice.
Alper Okyar, Swati Kumar, Elisabeth Filipski, Enza Piccolo, Narin Ozturk, Helena Xandri-Monje, Zeliha Pala, Kristin Abraham, Ana Rita Gato de Jesus Gomes, Mehmet N. Orman, Xiao-Mei Li, Robert Dallmann, Francis Lévi, Annabelle Ballesta, Scientific Reports, 2019, DOI: 10.1038/s41598-019-46977-0
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SLS Graduate Symposium with Poster Presentation by Lauren
Great poster presentation by Lauren at the Annual SLS Graduate Student Symposium 2019.