Research Area III covers the broad areas of mitochondria, membrane transport, metabolic pathways and networks, photosynthesis, free radicals, microbial bioenergetics and metabolism, electron transfer proteins, metabolism and metabolic diseases and metals in biology.

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Chair: Amandine Marechal

University College London, UK

Keywords: cytochrome c oxidase, infrared spectroscopy, coupled electron/proton transfer, mitochondria, respiratory chains
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Marthe Ludtmann

RVC, UK

Keywords: mitochondria; bioenergetics; calcium signalling; neurodegenerative and mitochondrial diseases


Gyorgy Szabadkai

University College London, UK

Keywords: Bioenergetics, metabolism, gene expression & regulation, bioinformatics, systems biology & networks, organelles & localization, cancer, neuroscience, translational science


Naila Rabbani

University of Warwick, UK

Keywords: lipoprotein metabolism, glycation, glyoxalase, oxidative Stress, dicarbonyl stress, metabolomics, proteomics, arthritis and vascular disease
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Nicholas Morton

University of Edinburgh, UK

Keywords: obesity; diabetes; genetics of metabolic disease; mitochondrial function in metabolic disease; energy balance; cellular energetics; whole animal energetics; whole animal metabolism; nutrient homeostasis; pre-clinical 


Ulrike Bechtold

University of Essex, UK

Keywords: Plant metabolism, Plant biochemistry, Post translational modifications, Environmental stress


Lars Jeuken

University of Leeds

Keywords: bacterial respiratory chains, membrane proteins, electron transfer, nitrate metabolism, proton transport
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Charareh Pourzand

University of Bath, UK

Keywords: Metals in Biology , UVA Photobiology, Chemical Biology, Iron sensors/chelators, Free Radicals, Oxidative Stress, Cell Death and Injury, Aging, Pharmacology and Toxicology, Molecular Bases of Health and Disease, Cancer, Neurodegenerative Diseases, Photo-activated drugs