Frontiers of Science: Prof. Josef Köhrle
February 2nd at 12:00
Presidentti auditorium, BioCity
Spring 2023 program
Prof. Josef Köhrle, Institute of Experimental Endocrinology, Germany
Endocrine disruption of thyroid development and function
Host: Jorma Toppari (email@example.com)
Coffee and sandwich served at 11:45
Six students and early-career postdocs are welcome to have a lunch in restaurant Mauno and discuss with Prof. Köhrle after the seminar. This is a great possibility to learn hosting skills in friendly environment and create connections for future. Every student are welcome to join, in spite of which research group they belong to. BioCity Turku will offer the lunch.
If you got interested, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Dr. Josef Köhrle is working at the Institute of Experimental Endocrinology and dedicated to basic and translational science in the field of Endocrinology, with a strong focus on thyroid function and regulation, metabolism and action of thyroid hormones and their metabolits as well as interference of endocrine disrupting compounds (EDC) on the thyroid hormone system.
Sane R, Wirth EK, Köhrle J. 2022. 3,5-T2-an Endogenous Thyroid Hormone Metabolite as Promising Lead Substance in Anti-Steatotic Drug Development? Metabolites. 12:582
Lietzow J, Golchert J, Pietzner M, Völker U, Poutanen M, Ohlsson C, Homuth G, Köhrle J. 2021. Comparative Analysis of the Effects of Long-Term 3,5-diiodothyronine Treatment on the Murine Hepatic Proteome and Transcriptome Under Conditions of Normal Diet and High-Fat Diet. Thyroid. 31:1135-1146
Köhrle J. 2021. Selenium in Endocrinology-Selenoprotein-Related Diseases, Population Studies, and Epidemiological Evidence. Endocrinology. 162:bqaa228
Hönes GS, Rakov H, Logan J, Liao XH, Werbenko E, Pollard AS, Præstholm SM, Siersbæk MS, Rijntjes E, Gassen J, Latteyer S, Engels K, Strucksberg KH, Kleinbongard P, Zwanziger D, Rozman J, Gailus-Durner V, Fuchs H, Hrabe de Angelis M, Klein-Hitpass L, Köhrle J, Armstrong DL, Grøntved L, Bassett JHD, Williams GR, Refetoff S, Führer D, Moeller LC. 2017. Noncanonical thyroid hormone signaling mediates cardiometabolic effects in vivo. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 114:E11323-E11332
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