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Role of Lipids in CNS Regeneration

The Lipidomics Webinar | Mikael Simons

Failure of regeneration capacity limits the restoration of nervous system functionality in demyelinating diseases.

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Tuesday, October 25, 2022
Time: 5:00 pm Europe/Berlin
Duration: 30 min + Q&A
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Topic

Failure of regeneration capacity limits the restoration of nervous system functionality in demyelinating diseases such as multiple sclerosis. Yet, the responsible mechanisms are only partially understood. I will present data supporting a key role for lipid metabolisms (that is, lipid droplet biogenesis and cholesterol efflux) in phagocytes for regeneration of myelin. Stimulation of the lipid sensing Triggering receptor expressed on myeloid cells or nuclear liver X receptor are possible therapeutic strategies of how to enhance the capacity to regenerate lesioned tissue.

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• Lipid metabolism in myelin regeneration
• Lipidomics in molecular neurobiology
• Neuroimmunological processes related to lipids

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Tuesday
October 25, 2022
5:00 pm Europe/Berlin

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Dr. Helena Jambor, moderator of the webinar series The Lipidomics Webinar.

Dr. Helena Jambor
Scientist, Data Visualization Expert at UCD

Helena got a PhD in RNA biology at EMBL. She is experienced in genomics and life science data visualization. Helena holds lectures in bioinformatics and acts as a consultant for visual communications.
Dr. Mikael Simons, Professor at TU Munich & DZNE, Speaker at The Lipidomics Webinar.

Dr. Mikael Simons
Professor at TU Munich, DZNE

Mikael Simons is Professor for Molecular Neurobiology at the TU Munich, and Head of Clinical Research & Clinical Trial Unit Munich at the German Centre for Neurodegenerative Diseases in Munich.

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