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Exercise Metabolism 2019 : Cell Symposia: Exercise Metabolism

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Link: http://www.cell-symposia.com/exercisemetabolism-2019/default.asp
 
When May 5, 2019 - May 7, 2019
Where Sitges, Spain
Submission Deadline Jan 18, 2019
Categories    metabolism   exercise   nutrition   life sciences
 

Call For Papers

The aim of this symposium is to bring together a diverse set of exercise physiologists, systems biologists, circadian biologists, nutritional experts, and other strategic leaders at the intersection of energy management in health and disease to accelerate the rate of our mechanistic understanding of the beneficial effects of exercise and its integration with nutrition toward tailored personalized medicine.

Themes:


- Molecular interconnections between nutrition and exercise
- Substrate metabolism under physiological challenges
- Inter-organ communication and signal integration in health and disease
- Exercise-induced pathways and protein homeostasis
- Integrated landscape of nutrition and exercise


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