Vendredi 24/05-2019 - Ron June : Chondrocyte Metabolism and Synovial Fluid Metabolomics for Osteoarthritis
12 - Avril - 2019
LES LUNDIS DE SAINT-ANTOINE
Bâtiment Kourilsky - 12h–13h
Salle des Conférences (Rez de Chaussée),
184 rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine, Paris
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VENDREDI 24 MAI 2019 A MIDI (12H-13H)
VENDREDI 24 MAI 2019
Chondrocyte Metabolism and Synovial Fluid Metabolomics for Osteoarthritis
Invité par Francis Berenbaum
Several studies have documented the importance of metabolism to osteoarthritis. This seminar will discuss recent advances in understanding how chondrocytes alter their metabolism in response to in vitro mechanical loading. Furthermore, metabolomic studies of osteoarthritic synovial fluid will be discussed in the context of early detection and phenotypes of osteoarthritis. Ron June Montana State University Mechanical & Industrial Engineering and Cell Biology & Neuroscience Tel: +001 406 994 5941 220 Roberts Hall, Bozeman MT, 59717-3800, USA firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. June obtained his undergraduate degree with honors from Dartmouth College where he studied Engineering Sciences and works on rat models of pain with Dr. Beth Winkelstein. He then worked with David Fyhrie at the University of California Davis in the Orthopaedic Research Laboratories. For his doctoral studies, Dr. June studied cartilage biomerchanics and viscoelasticity. June then worked with Dr. Robert Terkeltaub in the San Diego Veterans Affairs Hospital where he implemented a model of post-traumatic osteoarthritis and studied innate immunity. For the bulk of his postdoctoral studies, Dr. June worked in the lab of Dr. Steven F. Dowdy where he studied the cell biology of protein transduction and developed a novel drug delivery system. Dr. June began is laboratory at Montana State University where he and his team study chondrocyte mechanotransduction and use metabolomics to advance understanding of osteoarthritis.