Program  Titles  Presenters 
Sunday, 21 May 2017
11:00-13:30  Registration
13:30-14:25  Welcome and Keynote I
13:30-13:40  Welcome Introduction (organizers)
13:40-14:25  [KEY.1] Defining the molecular and cellular pathways that lead to the cardiac benefits of exercise | Leslie Leinwand, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
  Session 1: Exercise in Disease and Aging
14:25-14:55  [INV.01] Skeletal muscle secretory proteins: A link between regular physical activity and reduced breast cancer risk? | Mark Febbraio, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Australia
14:55-15:25  [INV.02] PGC-1á in regulation of mitochondrial function beyond biogenesis | Henriette Pilegaard, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
15:25-15:55  Refreshments
15:55-16:25  [INV.03] Effects of exercise and calorie restriction on mitochondria, intramyocellular lipids and insulin resistance | Bret Goodpaster, Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute, USA
16:25-16:55  [INV.04] Influence of estrogen status on adaptations to exercise in women | Wendy Kohrt, University of Colorado Denver, USA
16:55-17:10  [ST.01] Mild exercise is sufficient to prevent muscle atrophy and metabolic changes induced by mitochondrial disorders
17:10-18:00  Q&A session with the editors
18:00-19:00  Welcome drinks reception
Monday, 22 May 2017
  Session 2: Integrated omics and the adaptive response to exercise
09:00-09:30  [INV.05] Using proteomics to probe the exercise landscape | David James, Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, Australia
09:30-10:00  [INV.06] Skeletal muscle conditioning to anabolic stimuli | Luc van Loon, Maastricht University, Netherlands
10:00-10:15  [ST.02] Mitophagy, fusion and fission response patterns to chronic exercise in human skeletal muscle
10:15-10:45  Refreshments
10:45-11:15  [INV.07] Circadian regulation of metabolism for the prevention and treatment of metabolic diseases | Satchin Panda, Salk Institute, USA
11:15-11:45  [INV.08] Can exercise programs fail? Mechanisms influencing the metabolic benefit of exercise | Cora Weigert, University of Tuebingen, Germany
11:45-12:00  [ST.03] Plasma lipidomics and physical activity interventions
12:00-12:15  [ST.04] Exercise-induced molecular mechanisms enhancing glucose storage capacity in skeletal muscle
12:15-13:30  Lunch
12:30-13:30  Agilent Sponsored Workshop: Monitoring changes in metabolic pathways
13:30-15:30  Poster session I
  Session 3: Genetics, Epigenetics and Precision Medicine
15:30-16:00  [INV.09] Skeletal muscle mediators and exercise-induced adaptations governing insulin sensitivity in type 2 diabetes | Juleen Zierath, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
16:00-16:30  [INV.10] The role of genetic variation in determining exercise and physical activity | Ruth Loos, Mount Sinai Hospital, USA
16:30-17:00  Refreshments
17:00-17:30  [INV.11] What is exercise? | Michael Joyner, Mayo Clinic, USA
17:30-17:45  [ST.05] The athlete's paradox revisited; a microscopy based approach to examine myocellular lipid storage and insulin sensitivity
17:45-18:00  [ST.06] GREM1 carries epigenetic memory of exercise training in obese humans
19:00-22:00  Meet the speakers dinner at Universaeum
Tuesday, 23 May 2017
  Session 4: Systemic mediators of exercise-induced health benefits
08:30-09:00  [INV.12] Novel exercise-induced adaptations to brown adipose tissue | Kristin Stanford, Ohio State University, USA
09:00-09:30  [INV.13] Can Exercise Teach Us How to Treat Heart Failure? | Anthony Rosenzweig, Massachusetts General Hospital, USA
09:30-09:45  [ST.07] Exercise-induced catecholamines reduce brea cancer growth through the hippo tumor-suppressor pathway
09:45-10:00  [ST.08] Paracrine cross-talk between muscle and macrophages in exercise by the novel PGC-1á-controlled myokine BNP
10:00-10:30  Refreshments
10:30-11:00  [INV.14] Microbial Signaling from the Gut and its Impact on Host Metabolism | Fredrik Bäckhed, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
11:00-11:30  [INV.15] The effects of exercise training on kynurenines, metabolism, and mental health | Jorge Ruas, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
11:30-11:45  [ST.09] Athletes are resistant to lipid-induced insulin resistance by maintaining higher rates of muscle glucose uptake and glycogen synthesis
11:45-12:15  Lunch
12:15-14:15  Poster session II
14:15-15:00  [KEY.2] Understanding exercise | Eric Olson, UT Southwestern, USA
  Session 5: Exercise Mimetics
15:00-15:30  [INV.16] Exercise mimetics: Not ‘The Real Thing’ | John Hawley, Australian Catholic University, Australia
15:30-16:00  [INV.17] Regulation of mitochondria and oxidative metabolism: Basic biology and therapeutic opportunities | Bruce Spiegelman, Harvard University, USA
16:00-16:15  [ST.10] Leaky RyR1 channels as an intracellular trigger of increased oxidative capacity in skeletal muscle
16:15-16:45  Refreshments
16:45-17:15  [INV.18] Physiological adaptations to interval exercise training in health and disease | Martin Gibala, McMaster University, Canada
17:15-17:45  [INV.19] PPARd ligands: Taking down the wall | Ron Evans, Salk Institute, USA
17:45-18:00  Closing Remarks (organizers)
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