August 7-11, 2022
The conference features important advances in glucose transport biology and research into the regulatory mechanisms that control glucose homeostasis and the interplay between glucose and lipid metabolism. Also, information on diseases beyond diabetes—such as cancer and brain health, as well as the role of the gut in systemic glucose control—will be shared.
The conference will bring together biochemists, cell biologists, physiologists, pharmacologists, and clinical investigators interested in metabolic diseases. The conference provides a rare opportunity for a divergent group of investigators to gather for a week of intense discussion and discovery.
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Conference sessions will present the latest research and foster discussion on:
- Cell Organelle Metabolic Hubs
- Nutrient Signaling Mechanisms
- Adipocyte Biology, Metabolism, and Inﬂammation
- Obesity, Cancer, and Immunometabolism
- Mitochondrial Networks and Bioenergetics
- Epigenetics and Sex Diﬀerences
- Gut Peptides and Microbiota
- Intermittent Fasting, Exercise, and Genetics
- Metabolism and Cognition
The conference covers eight sessions and four poster sessions. We are delighted to have Scott Summers, PhD, (University of Utah) present the keynote lecture. Additionally, the conference features a “Meet the Expert” session for trainees and junior faculty to meet experts in the ﬁeld and receive career and scientiﬁc advice, and a Career Development Workshop to facilitate discussions with scientists from academia, industry, and government.
View the current agenda.
Deborah Muoio, PhD
Jeﬀrey Elmendorf, PhD
David Guertin, PhD
For in-person posters used during the poster session, the poster board size is 4 feet tall (122 cm) and 8 feet wide (243 cm) so the size of the poster itself needs to be less than that. More instructions will be provided in an email one week prior to the event.
Online or by phone at 1(800) 565-5075 - Choose “GROUP ID 2709” for the discounted rate either online or on the phone.
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