Speaker: Li Jingmax, PhD candidate, Planck Institution-Biology of Aging & University of Cologne, Germany
Report Title: Pathogenic hijacking of a mitochondrial stress response
Presentation time: 15:30 p.m. on December 16
Address: Tencent Conference No. 724-883-592
About the speaker:
Li Mingsheng is a doctoral candidate at Max Planck Institut-Institute of Aging Biology and University of Cologne, Germany. He graduated from College of Veterinary Medicine, Jilin University in 2015, majoring in Veterinary medicine. In 2018, he received a master's degree in Preventive Veterinary Medicine from College of Veterinary Medicine, Jilin University. He has participated in a number of scientific Research projects sponsored by the National Natural SCIENCE Foundation of China and the EXCELLENT Science-European Research Council. He has published 6 high-level SCI papers and won many domestic and foreign excellent Academic report awards. Currently, the focus is on the perception and stress mechanism of host organelles on intracellular infections and degenerative diseases, so as to expand the basic theories of cell metabolism and integration biology, and promote clinical research and clinical transformation of infection and metabolity-related diseases. For the first time, the regulatory mechanism of interaction between Toxoplasma gondii and host mitochondria was systematically revealed, which was published in the international top journal Science in 2022.