Thermogenic fat, a poster child for metabolite signaling - Dr. Evanna Mills - Harvard University

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Start 7 April, 2022, 12 PM

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E-Mail: modr@mcmaster.ca

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Evanna Mills completed her PhD in immunology at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland under the supervision of Prof. Luke O'Neill. She moved to Boston in 2017 to pursue a post-doc with Ed Chouchani in the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) studying adipose tissue physiology. Dr. Mills recently started her independent research group in DFCI/Harvard Medical School. The Mills lab studies the interplay between metabolite signaling and innate immune cell function in models of sterile and classical inflammatory disease.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Succinate is a pleiotropic signaling metabolite that can influence BAT, liver and immune cell function
  2. BAT does more than generate heat
  3. Sex matters for metabolic disease

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