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After the success of our quarterly online seminars and the live event in Dublin, Ireland, ​​we are very excited to be planning the next online seminar. The online seminar will continue to encourage short presentations and encourage further discussion with the HypoxEU community. 

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Past Event | HypoxEU Live, September 2022

The free 3 day event at at The O’Reilly Hall (UCD), discussed topics relating to hypoxia and oxygenation. Speakers included Volker Haase and our keynote speaker Sir Peter Ratcliffe! 

See a summary of the event or download the full schedule below.

Day 1

  • Registration and poster setup
  • General Welcome
  • Chris Pugh to introduce Sir Peter Ratcliffe
  • Keynote lecture, Sir Peter Ratcliffe
  • Opening Reception
  • Posters are available for viewing

Day 2

  • 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?’
  • Social hour, canapes and poster viewing

Day 3

  • Session 5 – ‘Targeting of oxygen sensing pathways for therapeutic purposes’
  • Coffee and poster viewing
  • Session 6 – ‘Oxygen sensing and signaling beyond hydroxylation’
  • Closing Remarks
  • Lunch
  • Departure

Previous Event.


Chris Pugh, Johanna Myllyharju, Peppi Karppinen, Edurne Berra, Dorthe Katschinski, Roland Wenger, Cormac Taylor and Randall Johnson

Krista Rantanen

Roland Wenger

Randall Johnson

Chris Pugh

Cormac Taylor

Doerthe Katschinski

Edurne Berra

Johanna Myllyharju

Peppi Karppinen

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Given the circumstances in which we find ourselves, with the death of Queen Elizabeth II, we wanted to reassure all of our delegates that while we are deeply saddened at the passing of the monarch of the United Kingdom, we also feel that our dedication to progressive science is something that must continue. The HypoxEU event will go ahead from Sunday 11th to 13th September in Dublin, but please do not hesitate to contact the team if you have any further questions or concerns