SEPTEMBER 11-13, 2022
HypoxEU Live | Dublin, Ireland
Why should you attend this event?
- There are no registration fees – register here!
- 250€ travel scholarship for those submitting abstracts (submission deadline 31/07/22)
- Great scientific programme initiated by a keynote lecture from Sir Peter Ratcliffe
- Fabulous venue in the heart of Dublin – O’Reilly Hall
- Networking opportunities – the first time we’re meeting face to face, with colleagues from across Europe and beyond
HypoxEU Live, Dublin | September 11th – 13th, 2022
Join us at our free* 3 day event at The O’Reilly Hall (UCD), discussing topics relating to hypoxia and oxygenation. Speakers include Volker Haase and our keynote speaker Sir Peter Ratcliffe!
By submitting an abstract, you may also have the chance to present your own short talk and the possibility of being awarded a scholarship.
See a summary of the event or download the full schedule below.
*Attendance at this event is free, however attendees are responsible for organising and funding their own transport and accommodation for the duration of the event.
- Registration and poster setup
- General Welcome
- Introduction to Sir Peter Ratcliffe
- Keynote lecture, Sir Peter Ratcliffe
- Opening Reception – tickets available from Eventbrite
- Session 1 – Inflammation / Immunity
- Coffee and poster viewing
- Session 2 – Metabolism
- Controversy A – ‘HIF-HRE-transcript: when is a hypoxia-inducible gene a HIF target?’
- Lunch and poster viewing
- Session 3 – ‘In vitro and in vivo models’
- Session 4 – ‘Red-ox-ygen biology’
- Controversy B – ‘Hydroxylation: which amino acid has been modified and was it enzyme-dependent?’
- Session 5 – ‘Targeting of oxygen sensing pathways for therapeutic purposes’
- Session 6 – ‘Oxygen sensing and signaling beyond hydroxylation’
- Closing Remarks
Dublin has been named Europe’s friendliest city twice by TripAdvisor. In addition to friendly people, the city boasts cultural landmarks too such as St Patrick’s and Christ Church Cathedrals, EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum and Dublin Castle! There are also great transport links with an international airport just outside the city center, making the city easily accessible to overseas travellers. Find out more about this fantastic city and everything you can do during your stay from the Irish Tourism Board.
Chris Pugh, Johanna Myllyharju, Peppi Karppinen, Edurne Berra, Dorthe Katschinski, Roland Wenger, Cormac Taylor and Randall Johnson