M3 Vortragsreihe - Malignom, Metabolom und Mikrobiom
Vortrag von Prof. Dr. Adam Rose, Splanchnic Metabolic Allostasis: current state and future directions
We are pleased to announce a lecture by Prof. Dr. Adam Rose, Senior Research Fellow at the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute, Australia.
His lecture launches our seminar series focused on our new research institute M3.
His talk is titled: Splanchnic Metabolic Allostasis: current state and future directions
Adam is a Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Monash University. Following Honours & PhD at Deakin University, Adam conducted his post-doctoral training at Copenhagen University and the German Cancer Research Center studying metabolic and hormonal signalling and systemic metabolic control in health and disease. He joined Monash University in 2017 as Head of the Nutrient Metabolism and Signalling Laboratory. His lab adopts an integrated systems approach to further the understanding of adaptive/maladaptive metabolism and the molecular mechanisms involved therein, with the eventual aim to discover new therapies for diseases with a metabolic basis such as obesity, diabetes, and other related diseases. A particular interest lies in the complex interaction between nutrients, hormones, and signalling pathways which connect these to ultimately coordinate systemic metabolic control. His projects aim to further understand nutrient-hormonal-signalling nodes controlling metabolic homeostasis, and inter-organ metabolic cross-talk in health and disease.
The lecture will take place:
Monday, June 27th, 5.30 p.m. at the Großer Hörsaal Medizinische Klinik.
We hope to see you all there!
Nisar Malek and Mathias Heikenwälder
Meeting-ID: 976 9562 5114