Daniel Schniertshauer was awarded for his poster presentation during Targeting Mitochondria 2016

At the end of Targeting Mitochondria World Congress, Pr Volkmar Weissig and Pr Marvin Edeas awarded two scientists for their research. Among them:

Daniel Schniertshauer Award Targeting Mitochondria 2016

Daniel Schniertshauer from the Albstadt-Sigmaringen University of Applied Sciences, Germany for his poster presentation about "Accelerated Regeneration of ATP Level after Irradiation in Human Skin Fibroblasts by Coenzyme Q10". You can download his poster by clicking here.

 

 

Testimonial by Dr Schniertshauer: "The 7th World Congress on Targeting Mitochondria was the second time I was allowed to attend this conference after 2015. The participation of several hundred participants from all over the world at the last congress showed me the importance of this event in the research community of mitochondria. As last year, I was already looking forward to the most diverse presentations, the nice conversations with colleagues and the establishment of contacts between the lectures. In addition, the daily poster sessions were excellent for picking up the one or the other piece of advice from experienced colleagues.
It was inspiring to see how researchers with a wide range of topics are interested in the current research, exploring them and are interested in the contributions of the other presenters. For me this was living science!
I think, not only for young doctoral students, the visit of such a congress is highly recommended, because through the diversity of topics you get insights into other areas of mitochondrial research and thus you can look beyond the box. The aim of such an event should be to make the knowledge of current themed lectures tangible for your own research. I'm really looking forward to the next Targeting Mitochondria."

 

 

Francois-Mouton-Liger Award Targeting Mitochondria 2016

Fran├žois Mouton-Liger from the ICM - Brain & Spine Institute, France for his short oral presentation about "Role of Parkin in innate immunity: crosstalk between mitochondrial dysfunction and NLRP3 inflammasome signaling".

 

Testimonial by Dr Mouton-Liger: "Understanding mechanisms by which mitochondrial dysfunction contributes to the pathophysiological processes of neurodegenerative disorder, in particular Parkinson disease, will need in the future an integrated vision of all mitochondrial aspects from emerging methods to evaluate mitochondria function to new molecular interactions link to this organelle. By this way, the 7th World Congress on Targeting Mitochondria was, for me, a huge success by connecting remarkable researchers from such different area of the field, For these reasons, it will be a great pleasure for me to participate to this conference next year."

 

The second award was discerned to Fran├žois Mouton-Liger from the ICM - Brain & Spine Institute, France for his short oral presentation about "Role of Parkin in innate immunity: crosstalk between mitochondrial dysfunction and NLRP3 inflammasome signaling".

For more information about this award, please click here.

World Mitochondria Society