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Welcome to the Mitochondria and Metabolism Center
Mitochondria and metabolism are closely related disciplines vital to human biology, physiology and diseases. Today, mitochondria and metabolism studies continue to fascinate us with the observations that alterations of mitochondrial function and cell metabolism control life span in multiple model organisms. Furthermore, it is increasingly recognized that acquired mitochondrial dysfunction is a hallmark of highly prevalent diseases such as obesity/diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases. These and many other discoveries in recent years have brought the ancient disciplines back to the center stage of science.
The Mitochondria and Metabolism Center at the University of Washington is the home of a large diverse community of researchers. The center occupies ~8000 square feet at the South Lake Union (SLU) campus, housing a group of core faculty, the High Resolution NMR Spectroscopy facility and the Mass Spectrometry and Microimaging (HRIM) facility. The SLU site serves as an anchor to bring together multi-disciplinary investigators across the university and its affiliated institutions, foster interactions, and share resources. Please visit us to find out the most recent advances in mitochondria and metabolism research.
Distinguished Lecture Series
Rising Star Lecture
Stacey Rentschler, MD, PhD
Tuesday, December 8, 9 - 10am
Orin Smith Auditorium
Mitochondria and Metabolism Interest Group
Hannele Ruohola-Baker Lab
Steve Kolwicz Lab
Friday, December 4, 2- 3pm
Administration Building, C-123AB
Social hour to follow
AJP-Heart and Circulation Podcast
Listen to the podcast of Wang Wang, MD, PhD discuss his research on mitochondrial flash as a novel biomarker of mitochondrial respiration.