Thu, Apr 28|
MITO2i 2nd Annual Research Symposium
Welcome and Mitochondria and Brain Video
Panel Brain and Mitochondrial, from diagnostics, to early detection to treatment
Ana Andreazza – The role of mitochondrial health and metabolic syndrome
Manuel Resendez – A clinical application for mitochondrial screening in bipolar disorder
Shebani Sethi - Metabolic Psychiatry: Brain & Metabolism
Darcy Fehlings – The role of Mitochondrial DNA variants in cerebral palsy
Drs. James Dowling and Emanuela Pannia: Pik3c2b in skeletal muscle mitochondrial function and how it may be involved in regulating insulin signaling pathways.
Perspectives From Lived Experience, Foundation and Partners –
how can we work together?
Jan Ellison – Bazuicki Brain Research Fund
Vani Jain – Daymark Foundation
Phyllis Foxworth – DBSA
Kirk Nylen – Ontario Brain Institute
Iain Campbel – Keto studies
Grainne Gorman – Wellcome Centre for Mitochondrial Research
Keynote Speaker – Brian T. Kalish, M.D.
Director of Neonatology Research & Neonatologist, The Hospital for Sick Children
Neda Rashidiranjbar: The efficacy of photobiomodulation (PBM), a form of therapy that uses lights, in the treatment of early Alzheimer’s disease (AD).
Rebecca Assor: Human cerebral organoids to assess and treat severe epileptic/mitochondrial encephalopathies
Sarah Hui: Investigating the effects of phosphorylation of CHIP on alpha synuclein mediated mitophagy
Gabriel Siebieger: Mitochondrial transplantation as a rescue strategy for the treatment of injured lungs allocated for transplantation
Sanna Masud: Surveying the TAZ mutational landscape in yeast and human cell
Kyla Trkulja: Identification of mitochondrial nuclear export cargo and modulation by the XPO1 inhibitor selinexor in diffuse large B cell lymphoma
Mehakpreet Thind: Metabolic Regulation of Neutrophil Biology in a Murine Model of Severe Malnutrition
Mitochondria Technologies Trainee Session with Professor Chris Perry