Targeting Mitochondria 2021 Speakers

Targeting Mitochondria 2021-Volkmar-WeissigIntroduction Note
Volkmar Weissig
, President of the World Mitochondria Society, Midwestern University, USA
Optimization of Energy Homeostasis in old age by SIRT6Optimization of Energy Homeostasis in old Age by SIRT6
Haim Cohen
, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Big change from small player - Mitochondria alter body metabolism and gene expressionBig Change from Small Player - Mitochondria Alter Body Metabolism and Gene Expression
Scott Ballinger, University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA
Targeting Mitochondria 2021 Marin PicardA Potential Mitochondrial Link Between Life Stress and the Reversibility of Hair Greying in Humans
Martin PicardColumbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, USA
 A session dedicated to Nuclear-mitochondrial interactions and their effect on longevity and health will be organizedA Session Dedicated to Nuclear-Mitochondrial Interactions and Their Effect on Longevity and Health: Introduction
Miria Ricchetti, Team Stability of Nuclear and Mitochondrial DNA, Institut Pasteur, France
Mitochondrial transplantation therapy, the Recent Advances and PerspectiveMitochondrial Transplantation Therapy, the Recent Advances and Perspective
James McCully, the Harvard Medical School Department of Cardiac Surgery Boston Children’s Hospital, USA
Regulation of Physiological MitophagyRegulation of Physiological Mitophagy
Thomas G. McWilliams, University of Helsinki, Finland
Targeting Mitochondria 2021 Jose Antonio EnriquezDeciphering Strategic Interactions between Mitochondrial and Nuclear Genome
José Antonio Enríquez from Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares Carlos III, Spain
Circulating mitochondrial DNA as an early indicator of severe lung diseaseCirculating Mitochondrial DNA as an Early Indicator of Severe Lung Disease
Andrew E. Gelman, Washington University School of Medicine, USA
Mitochondrial DNA in cancer: The overlooked oncogenomeMitochondrial DNA in Cancer: The Overlooked Oncogenome
Payam A. Gammage, CRUK Beatson Institute, United Kingdom
targeting mitochondria 2021 Dr. Claire McCoyMitochondrial Arginase-2 is Essential for IL-10 Metabolic Reprogramming of Inflammatory Macrophages
Claire McCoy, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Ireland
Glucose Metabolism Control of T Cell ImmunityGlucose Metabolism Control of T Cell Immunity
Ming Li, Immunology Program, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, USA
Patient-specific brain organoids for modeling mitochondrial diseasesPatient-Specific Brain Organoids for Modeling Mitochondrial Diseases
Alessandro Prigione, Heinrich Heine University (HHU), Germany
Nuclear sensing of breaks in mitochondrial DNA enhances immune surveillanceNuclear Sensing of Breaks in Mitochondrial DNA Enhances Immune Surveillance
Agnel Sfeir, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, USA
Johannes Burtscher, University of Lausanne, Suisse
Targeting Mitochondria 2021 Antoni BarrientosMechanism of Membrane-Tethered Mitochondrial Protein Synthesis
Antoni Barrientos, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, USA
Targeting Mitochondria 2021 Kazuhide Hayakawa-v2Extracellular Mitochondria for Therapy and Diagnosis in Stroke
Kazuhide Hayakawa, Harvard Medical School / Massachusetts General Hospital, USA
MitoClinical Application of Antioxidants to Improve Human Oocyte Mitochondrial Function: Advances and Perspective
Cristina Rodríguez-Varela, Medical Research Institute Hospital La Fe, Spain
miAge-Related Mitochondrial Dysfunction as a Key Factor in COVID-19 Disease
Guillermo López-Lluch, Universidad Pablo de Olavide-CSIC, Spain
mireilleImpact of Mitochondrial Dynamics on Stem Cell Function: Insights from Physiology, Diseases and Aging
Mireille Khacho, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa, Canada
Egbert MikIntroduction Remarks: Past, Present and Future
Egbert Mik
, University Medical Center Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Werner KoopmanMitoE10, MitoQ10 and decylTPP Lower Mitochondrial Supercomplex Levels and Stimulate Glycolysis in Primary Human Skin Fibroblasts
Werner Koopman, Department of Biochemistry, Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences, The Netherlands


Anna WredenbergThe One-Carbon Pool Controls Mitochondrial Energy Metabolism via Complex I and Iron-Sulfur Clusters
Anna Wredenberg,Max Planck Institute Biology of Ageing–Karolinska Institutet Laboratory, Sweden