The MitoEAGLE Training School aims to improve knowledge on mitochondrial function in health and disease related to Evolution, Age, Gender, Lifestyle and Environment. On October 20–24, 2018, the 11th training school – MiPschool Tromsø–Bergen 2018 – will be organized to take place during a four days sea journey on Hurtigruten (Coastal Express) along the coast of Norway. NORHEART has been offered participation for ten student members.

The scientific program is currently under preparation and will focus on fundamental principles of mitochondrial function, as well as interpretation and understanding of the patterns of mitochondrial respiration both in normal and pathophysiological conditions. Among the speakers are Charles Hoppel of Case Western Reserve University and Mary-Ellen Harper of the University of Ottawa.

Read more about the event. (The registration deadline has now passed)
Read more about the voyage from Tromsø to Bergen – day by day.

The event is jointly organized by the EU funded COST Action CA15203 MitoEAGLE and the Mitochondrial Physiology Society (MiPsociety), which provides a multidisciplinary forum for high-level training courses, bringing together scientists working in divergent disciplines, to talk together about mitochondrial function and dysfunction.

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