Conference Announcement: MITO2019 in Toronto 8-9th Nov

MITO2019 is the annual meeting for mitoNET and the MitoCanada Foundation and serves as the main education & networking event for mitoNET. This year it is being held at the Courtyard by Marriott Downtown hotel in Toronto. With a theme of “The Power of Mitochondria to transform human health”, it aims to present the latest innovation in:

  • Mitochondrial function assessment Research and Development

  • Clinical and Therapeutic discovery

  • Policy and Practice

In addition the conference will feature:

  • Patient engagement

  • Keynote presentations from recognized and respected leaders in the field

  • Parallel symposia program with contributions from young researchers with new data

  • Rapid communications sessions, where cutting-edge and newly-emerging research is delivered in short-form presentations


Early bird registration is available until the 7th Oct. More information including the conference program is available here.

MITO2019 poster V3

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