4th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Neurometabolic Club
Saturday May 28, 6PM:
Keynote lecture open to all
“Molecular and neural mechanisms of leptin action”
Martin Myers, MD, PhD
Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Michigan & Director, Michigan Diabetes Research & Training Center
Sunday May 29, 8:30AM to 4:30PM: Selected short talks
Venue: At the CAN meeting hotel – Sheraton Toronto Centre
The CNS plays an essential role in the regulation of energy homeostasis. In turn, peripherally-derived nutrient and metabolic signals play a fundamental role in modulating neuroendocrine, autonomic and behavioural processes and driving intracellular metabolism in the brain. With the rise in obesity and diabetes and associated neuropathologies such as Alzheimer’s disease and mood disorders, understanding brain-metabolism interplay has never been more important.
- Stephanie Fulton, CRCHUM/Université de Montréal
- Thierry Alquier, CRCHUM/Université de Montréal
- Maia Kokoeva, MUHC/McGill University
- Tony Lam, UHN/ University of Toronto
Download the Canadian Neurometabolic Meeting Program
Annual meeting gathering Canadian researchers working on CNS controls of appetite, energy metabolism, energy expenditure and related pathologies such as obesity and eating, mood and neurological disorders. Keynote lecture of Martin Myers on Saturday evening. All day short talks by trainees (Sunday, May 29).
Registration (no fee): you can register through the CAN registration webpage when you register for the main CAN meeting.
If you wish to register and submit an abstract (no fee), please use the following link:
Please note that this satellite meeting (with exception of Saturday evening keynote lecture) is limited to the first 100 people who register.