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Dane Wolf PhD

WELCOME
6th Annual Mitochondria Symposium
December 7th - 9th, 2023
In-Person at Los Angeles, CA
Registration open
s May 1st, 2023

About Mitochondria Symposium

Welcome to the Mitochondria Symposium, a three-day conference dedicated to exploring the fascinating world of mitochondria. Join us as we delve into the intricate mechanisms and functions of these powerhouse organelles. Our symposium brings together leading experts, researchers, and enthusiasts to share their knowledge and insights. Discover the latest advancements in mitochondrial research, learn about cutting-edge technologies, and network with like-minded individuals passionate about unraveling the mysteries of these vital cellular components. Don't miss this unique opportunity to expand your understanding of mitochondria and their role in health and disease. Please note that this 3-day conference is fully in person (no hybrid virtual option) and will follow all UCLA and LA County Department of Public Health COVID-19 guidelines.

  • Andreas Reichert - University Dusseldorf, Germany

  • Anu Suomalainen - University of Helsinki, Finland

  • Carla Koehler - UCLA, USA

  • Carlo Viscomi - University of Padova, Italy

  • Dale Abel - UCLA, USA

  • Deborah Muoio - Duke University, USA

  • Douglas Mashek - University of Minnesota, USA

  • Gerald Shadel  - Salk Institute, USA

  • Gulcin Pekkurnaz  - UCSD, USA

  • György Hajnóczky - Thomas Jefferson University, USA

  • Jakob Wikström - Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

  • Joeva Barrow - Cornell University, USA

  • José Antonio Enríquez - CNIC, Spain

  • Karin Busch - University of Munster, Germany

  • Martin Picard - Columbia University, USA

  • Michael Duchen - University College London, United Kingdom

  • Rajat Singh - UCLA, USA

  • Thomas Langer - Max Planck Institute, Germany

This year's speakers include:

Highlights from Mitochondria Symposium 2021

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Mito Symposium was the most interactive conference, and allowed me the opportunity to not only listen but to engage and participate in the conversation regarding gaps in the field and new technologies

Anton Petcherski, Project Scientist, Capacity Bio

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