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"9th MITOCHONDRION 2021 on-line" The Conference will cover metabolism regulation, cellular and molecular bioenergetics and biophysics of membranes.
We would like to invite you to participate in the “9th MITOCHONDRION 2021 on-line” Conference. It will take place on ZOOM WEBINAR platform. The Conference is the continuation of bioenergetics meetings organized in Poland in recent years: in Warsaw, Poznań, Wrocław, and Mikołajki. The meeting is organized by the Nencki Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences, the Polish Biochemical Society (Bioenergetics Section), and the Polish Biophysical Society. The Program of the Conference will include the Key Note Lecture and short presentations by PhD Students. The topics of the Conference will cover metabolism regulation, cellular and molecular bioenergetics and biophysics of membranes. The main organizers of the Conference “9th MITOCHONDRION 2021 on-line” are Adam Szewczyk (co-chair; Bioenergetic Section of Polish Biochemical Society), Piotr Bednarczyk (co-chair, President of Polish Biophysical Society), Piotr Koprowski, Bogusz Kulawiak, Antoni Wrzosek and Monika Żochowska from the Nencki Institute PAS.

Jan 27, 2021 10:30 AM in Warsaw

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Speakers

Wolfram S. Kunz
Professor @Institute of Experimental Epileptology and Cognition Research, University of Bonn, Germany
Wolfram S. Kunz gained his PhD in biochemistry from the Lomonosov University Moscow, Russia. After PhD he moved to Magdeburg University, where he carried out research on mitochondrial fluorescent flavoproteins and metabolic bioenergetics. Within the framework of a Fulbright fellowship he moved as visiting Assistant Professor to the Indiana University Indianapolis, U.S.A. for research on pyruvate cycling during glucogenesis. After returning to Germany he obtained his habilitation degree at Halle University. In 1998 he obtained a group leader position at Bonn University where he started to study the involvement of mitochondria in epilepsy. In 2007 he obtained a call on a W3 professor position for Biochemistry at the University of Jena and in 2008 he received his current position as full professor of Neurochemistry at Bonn University. His major research interests are related to mitochondrial DNA maintenance and mutagenesis. Presently his group is running DFG funded research projects.