Andreas Herrlich, MD, PhD, Division of Nephrology, Washington University in St. Louis, and Gerard Karsenty, MD, PhD, Department of Genetics and Development, Columbia University, are co-hosts of the symposium “Molecular Mechanisms of Organismal Physiology in Health and Disease” to be held September 7, 2023 in St Louis.
The exciting lineup of experts will feature:
- Jeffrey Gordon, MD, Pathology & Immunology, WashU, will present the Keynote lecture Developing microbiome-directed foods for treating childhood undernutrition.
- Clair Crewe, PhD, Cell Biology and Physiology, WashU, will present Interorgan signaling by traveling mitochondria.
- Janelle Ayres, PhD, Salk Institute,will present Host Pathogen Interactions.
- Jonathan Kipnis, PhD, Pathology and Immunology, WashU, will present Immune privilege and brain disorders.
- Clay Semenkovich, MD, WashU, will present Diabetes, Lipid Physiology, and the Renaissance.
- Joseph Bass, MD, PhD, Northwestern University, will present Meal Timing and the Circadian Regulation of Thermogenesis.
- Gerard Karsenty, MD, PhD, Columbia University will presentOntogeny of the endocrine functions of bone.
- Andreas Herrlich, MD, PhD, Nephrology, WashU, will present Interorgan Communication in kidney disease.
- Kory Lavine, MD, PhD, Cardiology, WashU, will present Cardiac Macrophages in Myocardial Health and Disease.
- Stavroula Kousteni, PhD, Physiology & Cellular Biophysics, Columbia University, will presentBone as a regulator of acute inflammatory response.
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