Metabolism Interest Group
The NIH Metabolism Interest Group (MIG), formerly the Diabetes/Metabolism Interest Group (run by Sam Cushman), hosts a seminar series that promotes the basic, translational, and clinical research in metabolism. The group fosters interactions and collaborations across the entire NIH intramural community. The wide scope of seminar topics reflects the increasing recognition that the study of cellular and whole-body metabolism is relevant for understanding processes as diverse as aging, obesity, oncogenesis, cancer biology, and mitochondrial function. The group meets each month, on the second and fourth Mondays, from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., in Room 9S-233, Building 10. Each meeting features one 60-minute presentation from an intramural or extramural senior scientist or two 30-minute presentations from trainees.
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This page was last updated on Thursday, August 12, 2021