Larodan will be attending the Gordon Research Seminar on Lipid Remodeling: From Molecular Mechanisms to Biological Functions on July 27-28 in Waterville Valley, NH.
This Gordon Research Seminar is a unique forum for graduate students, post-docs, and other scientists with comparable levels of experience and education to present and exchange new data and cutting-edge ideas.
This seminar will precede and complement the Gordon Research Conference by stimulating discussion amongst early career lipid researchers on the mechanisms, functions, and regulation of lipid remodeling in normal physiology and pathological conditions. In addition to a scientific program encompassing the most groundbreaking aspects of lipid biology, this seminar will feature a career mentorship panel comprised of both junior investigators and established leaders in the field.
The meeting will be conducted in an informal setting and provides a unique opportunity for participants to present unpublished data, exchange ideas and network with like-minded peers. Please reach out if you plan on attending – we would love to see you there!
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