The Inaugural Meeting of London Metallomics Consortium will take place in Franklin Wilkins Bldg, Lecture Theatre B5 (London) on 29th June 2018, 2-5 pm
John Viles, QMU (Amyloid β assembly and metal ions in Alzheimer’s disease)
Phil Blower, KCL (PET metallomics: in vivo imaging of trace metal trafficking with radioisotopes)
Guy Rutter, IC (Zinc in pancreatic islet biology and diabetes)
Po-Wah So, KCL (Iron in the ageing brain)
Ian Mudway, KCL (Non-occupational exposures to inhaled metals: Do they matter?)
Maciej Garbowski, UCL (Non-transferrin bound iron – methodological challenges and future perspectives)
Paul Sharp, KCL (Assessing mineral bioavailability from plant-based foods)
NuGO Week 2018 will be held in Newcastle in September 2018 and will focus on Mitochondria, Nutrition and Health.
Prof Lothar Rink (RWTH Aachen University, DE) will give a talk titled ‘Zinchomeostasis as a gatekeeper of immune response’.
More details here: http://www.nugo.org/nugo-week/nugoweek-2018/
The next meeting of the German Society for Minerals and Trace Elements (GMS) will take place in Jena (Germany) from the 7th to the 9th of June. Everyone excited about minerals and trace elements should join. There are still slots available for presentations but also posters are very welcome. Please recognize, that the deadline for abstract submission (30th of April) is approaching very fast.
For more information see: http://www.gmsev.de/index.php/gms-jahrestagung-2017