Poster Dimensions

Posters should be printed in A0: ~120 cm height x 84 cm width

Poster boards have a cork surface, to hold the posters with pins.

Poster List

Note that FLASH presentations in the program are complemented with a Printed Poster

[P1] - Antibiotics that cause mitochondrial dysfunction can inhibit the growth of tumors derived from chemoresistant or stem cancer cells

Alex Lyakhovich

[P2] - Parkinson’s disease: impact of the PINK1-ACAD9 axis on the mitochondrial lipid metabolism and bioenergetics

Ana Beatriz Ramos

[P3] - A clinically relevant cumulative dose of doxorubicin in CD-1 male mice induces a long-term increase in hippocampal p53 levels

Ana Dias-Carvalho

[P4] - The unique bioenergetic fingerprint of synaptic mitochondria

Andreia Faria-Pereira

[P5] - A new view on the role of mito-ribosomal fidelity on human disease: structural analysis of deafness-related mtDNA variants mapping to mitochondrial rRNA genes

Antón Vila-Sanjurjo

[P6] - Unraveling the metabolic footprint of synaptic mitochondria

Bernardo C. Antunes

[P7] - Investigating the therapeutical potential of mitochondrial deubiquitination inhibition in in vitro and in vivo models of mitochondrial dysfunction 

Brígida R. Pinho

[P8] - Zebrafish is a powerful in vivo model for mitochondrial research

Nuno A. S. Oliveira

[P9] - Anticancer properties of AntiOxCIN6: repurposing the effects of a cytotoxic mitochondria-targeted caffeic acid antioxidant

Carina Magalhães

[P10] - Development of new multitarget-directed ligands with potential application in Alzheimer’s Disease

Carla Lima

[P11] - High-fat high-sugar diet and short-term training cessation: Implications for mitochondrial adaptations in the female heart

Carolina Tocantins

[P12] - Effects of mitochondriotropic antioxidant AntiOxCIN4 on cardiac alterations in a mouse model for Western Diet-induced metabolic syndrome

Caroline Delgado Veloso

[P13] - AIF/CHCHD4 complex as a pharmacological target against metabolic flexibility in cancer

Daniela Dias-Pedroso

[P14] - Impaired mitochondrial response to oxidative stress: differentiating healthy from pathological ageing

Diogo Trigo

[P15] - PINK1 and its relevance in different neural cells.

Elvira P. Leites

[P16] - Intercellular mitochondrial transfer via tunnelling nanotubes: a redox regulated process?

Emily Glover

[P17] - PINK1 dictats mitochondrial (dys)functions in PD

Filipa B. Gonçalves

[P18] - Study and characterization of the effects of the mitochondrial mutation 1782G

Gonzalo Porres-Pérez

[P19] - Ctp1p and Yhm2p: putative metabolic roles of the two mitochondrial citrate carriers in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Graziana Assalve

[P20] - Exploring the impact of metabolic syndrome on brain stiffness and metabolism: Insights from in vivo and in vitro experiments

Heloísa Gerardo

[P21] - Mitochondria-targeted antioxidants as a powerful therapeutic strategy for Parkinson’s disease: in vitro evaluation of neuroprotective effects

Inês Costa

[P22] - Optimized automated analysis characterizes mitochondrial damage due to oxidative stress and rescue via retinoid acid receptor modulation

José João M. Vitória

[P23] - Mitochondria-targeted phenolic antioxidants AntiOxBEN2 and AntiOxCIN4 differentially impact energy metabolism in human dermal fibroblasts

José Teixeira

[P24] - MitoDREADD-Gs: a new tool to acutely increase mitochondrial activity and rescue cognitive alterations

Luigi Bellocchio

[P25] - The effects of physiologic aging on liver, adipose tissue and their crosstalk: sex-specific oxidative stress and endocrine alterations in rats

Luís F. Grilo

[P26] - De novo assembly of mitochondrial genome of R. sardonia, an ectomychorrizal mushroom

Manuel González Veiga

[P27] - Breaking the Cycle: Exercise During Pregnancy Can Improve Cardiovascular Health in Offspring of High Fat, High Sugar-Fed Mothers

Mariana S. Diniz

[P28] - DNM1L mutations cause mitochondrial disfunction and alterations in mitochondrial networks in fibroblasts from patients with neurodevelopmental disorders.

Marivi Cascajo Almenara

[P29] - Progressive mitochondrial DNA damage in Parkinson’s disease induced pluripotent stem cell-derived neurons

Martin Lang

[P30] - Next-Gener ation Sequencing Approach Applied to Mitochondrial Diseases Research

Mateus Laranjeira

[P31] - A polyphenolic-sensitive mitochondrial drug target in scuticociliates and its potential relevance in aquaculture

Natalia Mallo

[P32] - Imaging of mitochondrial properties of a living mouse brain using in vivo two-photon microscopy

Renata Couto

[P33] - Mitochondria-targeted antioxidant AntiOxCIN4 prevents hepatic steatosis by enhancing mitochondrial function and autophagy in Western diet (WD)-fed mice

Ricardo Amorim

[P34] - The role of mitochondrial dynamics in neural stem cell fate

Rita Abrunhosa Soares

[P35] - Disruption of mitochondrial activity during in vitro neurodifferentiation by the synthetic cannabinoid BZ-2201 at biologically relevant concentrations

Rui Filipe Malheiro

[P36] - Functional autophagy is required for mtDNA maintenance and nuclear DNA integrity

Sadig Niftullayev

[P37] - Intra- and extracellular changes upon oxidative stress: focus on thiol-proteome

Sandra Anjo

[P38] - Nitrogen-based cationic carriers as a game changer in the development of mitochondriotropic antioxidants

Sandra Barreiro

[P39] - The road so far and beyond: 28 years of Leber’s Hereditary Optic Neuropathy at LBioMiT - past, present and future

Sara Martins

[P40] - Doxorubicin induced mitochondrial adaptation on female Wistar rats with mammary carcinogenesis

Sofia Reis Brandão

[P41] - Heterogeneity of oxidative stress response in NHDF cells subjected to metabolic priming

Sónia A. Pinho

[P42] - Impact of two mitochondrial DNA quality-controls on age-dependent cardiac and skeletal cells respiratory deficiency linked to mitochondrial DNA instability.

Théophile Thibault

[P43] - The role of ketone bodies in the energetic homeostasis of synaptic mitochondria

Tomás Mateus

[P44] - Deep mitochondrial genotyping in advanced cellular models of Parkinson’s disease indicates altered mitochondrial quality control mechanisms

Valentina Gilmozzi

[P45] - Investigation of the calcium-induced mitochondrial permeability transition pore using refractive index microscopy 

Evgeny Pavlov 

[P46] - Hypoxia responding elements differentially modulate mtDNA heteroplasmy in mitochondrial translation defects 

Diego Gonzalez-Perez 

[P47] - HIF1a induces mtDNA encoded proteins deficiency in renal cell carcinoma 

Maria Antònia Febrer Riera 

[P48] - Mitochondrial DNA variants modulate oncogenesis, epithelial mesenchymal transition and spheroid formation through HIF signaling 

Cristina de Jesús-Sen