Seminar Series

The Myology Institute Seminar Series is designed to bring together the UF muscle community to hear the latest muscle biology research from local (UF) and external speakers. This forum is designed to foster discussions and collaborations within the university and provide faculty and students the opportunity to hear from leading national and international muscle researchers. The seminar is held the first and third Thursday of each month from 12:00-1:00 pm in via Zoom.

Upcoming Seminar Presentations:

February 3, 2022: Androgen regulation of limb muscle mass: mechanisms beyond the androgen receptor

Bradley Gordon Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Nutrition and Integrative Physiology
Florida State University

February 17, 2022: Tumor- and host-derived factors drive musculoskeletal complications in cancer cachexia

Andrea Bonetto, Ph.D.
Associate Professor ; Department of Surgery
Indiana University School of Medicine

*February 22, 2022 11am-12pm: The essential role of connective tissue in muscle development and disease.
(*note new time and date, not on our regular Thursday schedule. This meeting will also be hybrid so please join us in Communicore C1-04 if you are able)

Elizabeth Sefton, Ph.D
Post Doctoral Associate
University of Utah

March 3, 2022: Sarcomere structure and function in nemaline myopathy: a developing story

Coen Ottenheijm, Ph.D.
Professor; Department of Physiology
Amsterdam UMC

*March 18, 2022: In lieu of our regular seminar we encourage you to participate in the Department of Physical Therapies NMPT Symposium
(*note date is not on our regular Thursday schedule)

April 7, 2022: Energetics of the dystrophic heart

DeWayne Townsend, DVM, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Integrative Biology and Physiology
University of Minnesota

April 21, 2022: Comprehensive interrogation of human skeletal muscle reveals a dissociation between insulin resistance and mitochondrial capacity

Lauren Sparks, Ph.D.
Associate Investigator
Translational Research Institute at AdventHealth

May 5, 2022: Magnetic Resonance Biomarker Discovery for the Muscular Dystrophies

Glenn Walter, Ph.D.
Professor; Department of Physiology and Functional Genomics
University of Florida


Past Seminar Series