· Compulsory/optional course: optional
· The Doctoral Programme in Biomedicine coordinates the course
· The course is part of the Field-Specific Studies module
· The course is available to students of other degree programmes
To get familiar with various methods for analyzing energy metabolism from cells to organs to the whole organism. The course will end with a one-day symposium where students learn how to use and translate the results in different research areas.
The taught analysis methods include Oroboros, Seahorse, CLAMS calorimetry, and Echo-MRI.
1-2 ECTS (1 ECTS participation in a full-day minisymposium, 2 ECTS minisymposium + workshops)
'Metabolism from cells to organisms' symposium will be organized in Biomedicum on Tuesday 8th October 2019, and is open for all interested.
Anu Wartiovaara, University of Helsinki, 'mitochondrial metabolism'
Jorge Ruas, Karolinska Institutet, 'skeletal muscle and exercise metabolism'
Markus Perola, National Institute for Health and Welfare and University of Helsinki, 'metabolism and systems biology approaches'
Riikka Kivelä, University of Helsinki and Wihuri Research Institute, 'angiogenesis and metabolism'
Nicola Vannini, University of Lausanne, 'metabolism of hematopoietic stem cells'
Eriika Savontaus, University of Turku, 'neuropeptides and obesity'
Jaakko Mattila, University of Helsinki, 'stem cell metabolism'
Anna-Liisa Levonen, University of Eastern Finland, 'Nrf2 in metabolism and cancer'
Feedback form: https://elomake.helsinki.fi/lomakkeet/99648/lomake.html
A one-week course: Minisymposium (full day), data analysis (a half day) workshops (three half days)