The 4th edition of Targeting Mitochondria World Congress was a huge success

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TargetingMitochondriaCoverPageTargeting Mitochondria 2013 was a huge success. More than 140 attendees coming from France, Spain, italy, UK, Japan, Denmark, USA, Switzerland... and working for industries and academies gathered in Berlin last October 17-18, 2013.

More than 30 speakers discussed about the recent advances in researches about mitochondria, devices and clinical studies.

The abstracts book of the conference is now available. You can order it by clicking here.

 

More information about 2014 edition soon...

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Microbiota & Mitochondria: A Promising Target

The scientific committee will discuss the axes of the next upcoming Targeting Mitochondria World Congress 2014. One of the strategic axes will be Modulation Diversity & Variety of Microbiota by Mitochondria.

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Prs Marvin Edeas and Volkmar Weissig, Chairmen of the Scientific Committee commented... “Targeting mitochondria 2013 will bring together all leaders from academic and industrials world to show significant progress and advances related to targeting mitochondria: Mechanistic, strategies, clinical studies, stem cells, mitochondrial medicine, export and import protein to mitochondria, diabetes, obesity, cancer, neurodegenerative diseases.... We believe that the future of medicine come through mitochondria.”

 

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On behalf of Scientific Committee, Pr Edeas and Pr Weissig, we are pleased to announce the final agenda of Targeting Mitochondria 2013, which will be held in Berlin, next October 17-18, 2013.

To access to this final agenda, please click here.

 

 

 

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SafadiPr Rifaat Safadi, Director of Liver Unit, Gastroenterology Institution, Division of Medicine, Hadassah Hebrew University Hospital, Jerusalem, Israel wil introduce and chair the special session dedicated to Liver & Mitochondria.

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