Endocrine Research Conference

Fall 2021 - Spring 2022


In person- RC1-South 7th Floor Conference Room (zoom option available)


Wednesdays, 11:00AM-12:00PM


Date​Speaker​InstitutionPresentation Title​Location
9/7/2022Kristine Erlandson, MDUniversity of Colorado School of MedicineFunction and Frailty in HIV: why we should care and what we can do?RC1-South, 7th Floor Conference Room
9/14/2022Jena French, PhDUniversity of Colorado School of MedicineTargeting Mechanisms of Resistance to Anti-PD-1 plus Anti-angiogenic Therapy in Advanced Thyroid CancerRC1-South, 7th Floor Conference Room
9/21/2022Prosenjit MondalIIT Mandi (India)Liver Derived S100A6 Propels β Cell Dysfunction in NAFLD 
Zoom Only
9/29/2022No Conference   
​10/5/2022Kelly FullerUniversity of Colorado School of MedicineImpact of estrogen status on hepatic mitochondria and steatosis risk in miceRC1-South, 7th Floor Conference Room
10/12/2022Katharine RanardUniversity of Colorado School of MedicineRole of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in myelination during zebrafish neurodevelopmentRC1-South, 7th Floor Conference Room
10/19/2022Jayne Carli MartinUniversity of Colorado School of MedicineHarnessing Cells from Human Milk; Linking Lactation to MetabolismRC1-South, 7th Floor Conference Room
10/26/2022Matt SikoraUniversity of Colorado School of MedicineWNT4 executes hormone regulation of cellular metabolism via atypical intracellular activity at the mitochondriaRC1-South, 7th Floor Conference Room
11/2/2022No conference   

Neel Mukherjee

University of Colorado School of MedicineRegulation of the dynamics of adrenal steroidogenesisRC1-South, 7th Floor Conference Room
11/16/2022Yftach GepnerTel Aviv UniversityThe effect of lifestyle intervention on adipose tissue distribution RC1-South, 7th Floor Conference Room
11/23/2022No Conference- Holiday
11/30/2022Philip OwensUniversity of Colorado School of Medicine

The Bone Microenvironment of Tumor Induced Bone Disease

RC1-South, 7th Floor Conference Room
12/7/2022Inigo San MillanUniversity of Colorado School of MedicineThe use of cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET) to indirectly assess mitochondrial and metabolic function as well as to prescribe exercise in populations with chronic diseases. Lessons learned from elite athletesRC1-South, 7th Floor Conference Room
12/14/2022Lukasz Ciesla, PhDUniversity of AlabamaDietary soft electrophiles - a potentially essential class of nutrients in the prevention and treatment of metabolic inflammatory  diseases   
12/21/2022No Conference- Holiday​​ ​​​
12/28/2022​No Conference- Holiday
1/4/2023​No Conference- Holiday
​3/1/2023Colleen McKennaUniversity of Colorado School of Medicine
TBDRC1-South, 7th Floor Conference Room
3/29/2023No Conference - Spring Break
4/12/2023Kong ChenNIH BethesdaTBDRC1-South, 7th Floor Conference Room
​4/26/2023Shadab Rahman, PhD, MScBrigham Womens/ HarvardTBDRC1-South, 7th Floor Conference Room