Covid-19: Travel grant suspended for next semester
The current pandemic of Sars-CoV-2 (Covid-19) is affecting many aspects of a researcher life at the moment: acces to the lab is restricted, there is now time to read all those papers that have piled up on our desks, to learn and teach ourselves new methods, to develop new ideas. Nevertheless, the most interesting conferences are either cancelled or moved to virtual settings, which implies renouncing to the great interactions and networking that LIMNA wishes to foster by the means of travel grants. Moreover, it is yet unclear if and how people will be able to travel and leave the country in the next months.
I thus regret to inform you that next LIMNA travel grant call (concerning conferences and meeting happening during second semester of 2020) is reported to the end of the year - new deadline will be November 30, 2020 for conferences and meetings happening during the first semester of 2021.
The LIMNA symposium "Central regulation of...
TRAVEL GRANTS - Morgridge Institute for Research, Frontiers in Metabolism meeting
Two scientists were awarded after the additional travel grants competition to attend the Morgridge Institute for Research, Frontiers in Metabolism meeting - Mechanisms of Metabolic Diseases - Madison, WI, USA
Elena Katsyuba, postdoctoral researcher at EPFL, in the Laboratory of Professor Johan Auwerx
Bao Khanh Trang, PhD student at the CIG, UNIL, in the Laboratory of Professor Béatrice Desvergne
Bao Khanh Trang
Congratulations to them !!!
NEW ARTICLE : Kei Sakamoto
Article | Published: 27 August 2018
Metformin reduces liver glucose production by inhibition of fructose-1-6-bisphosphatase
Roger W. Hunter,
Curtis C. Hughey,
Elias I. Sundelin,
David H. Wasserman &
Nature Medicine volume 24, pages 1395–1406 (2018)
Morgridge Metabolism Meeting: Frontiers in Metabolism – Mechanism of Metabolic Diseases - September 17-19, Morgridge Institute for Research in Madison, WI, US
Registration for the Morgridge Institute for Research, frontiers in Metabolism Meeting, is now open.
This meeting is conducted in partnership with UW-Madison and the Lausanne Integrative Metabolism and Nutrition Alliance (LIMNA). It will bring together a diverse group of scientists who investigate the basic mechanistic underpinnings of metabolic disorders and pioneer new approaches for probing and quantifying metabolic processes.
Link to the registration page and information: HERE
Please note that if you have questions about the registration, the contact email is : email@example.com