Targeting Mitochondria 2022 Best Poster Presentation Awards


The #WorldMitochondriaSociety Scientific Committee awarded three poster presenters for the insightful research and strategic results that they presented during Targeting Mitochondria 2022. We will be looking forward to learning about their progress during the next edition. 

Daniel Szames - Poster award 2022 2 

Peptide Mediated Mitochondrial Delivery of Temozolomide for Evading Cellular Resistance Mechanism
Daniel Szames, University of Toronto, Canada

Daniel Szames commented: "Future work involving mitochondria-targeted temozolomide include further exploring the therapeutic potential as well as exploring its use as a DNA-damage repair probe. The use of patient-derived glioblastoma stem cells will act as a relevant model to determine whether mitochondria-targeted temozolomide has clinical potential. This compound can also be used to investigate the role of other DNA-damage repair mechanisms in mitochondria; for example, to investigate the role of mismatch repair in mitochondria."

 Sophie Dhorne-Pollet Poster award 2022 2 Mitochondrial Genomes Long Read Sequencing Methodology Applied to Multispecies for the Identification of Genetic Variants
Sophie Dhorne-Pollet, Université Paris-Saclay, INRAE, France
 Mina Lim Poster Award 2022 2  

Mitochondria Enriched NK Cell Therapy for Solid Tumors
Mina Lim, CHA University 차의과학대학교, Republic of Korea

If you wish to review these posters, you can order the abstracts here.

Targeting Mitochondria 2022 Congress
October 26-28, 2022 - Berlin, Germany