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 Home / About Us > Dr. Vincent Poitout > Invited Lectures
Invited Lectures (last 5 years)

  • V. Poitout, Y. Tanaka, G. Reach, R.P. Robertson. Stress oxydatif, insulinosécrétion, et insolinorésistance. Journées de Diabétologie de l’Hôtel-Dieu, May 2001.
  • M. Prentki, R. Roduit, C. Alarcon, S.P. Wang, P. Masiello, V. Poitout, C.J. Rhodes, G. Mitchell. Metabolic signals for insulin secretion. Beta-cell biology for the 21st century. National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, November 2001.
  • V. Poitout. Fatty-acid dysregulation of the pancreatic beta-cell. Inserm U376, Montpellier, France, January 2002.
  • V. Poitout. Fatty-acid dysregulation of the pancreatic beta-cell. University of California San Francisco Diabetes Research Center Seminar, April 2002.
  • V. Poitout. Lipotoxicity and Type 2 diabetes: Do beta-cells get fat…and does it matter? University of Wisconsin, Seminars of the Department of Biochemistry, April 2003.
  • V. Poitout. Lipotoxicity and Pancreatic beta-cells. Korean Diabetes Association. Seoul, Republic of Korea, May 2003.
  • V. Poitout. Fatty acids and pancreatic beta-cell function: The good and the bad. Tularik Corp., South San Francisco, CA, July 2003.
  • V. Poitout. Impairment of beta-cell function by hyperlipidemia. 18th International Diabetes Federation Congress, Paris, France, August 2003.
  • T. Brad, V. Poitout, M. Spector. Judgement Calls: How do the Veterinarian, Animal Care Staff, and the Investigator work together to address animal research issues and accomplish research goals? 54th American Association for Laboratory Animal Science National Meeting, Seattle, WA, October 2003.
  • V. Poitout Impairment of pancreatic beta-cell function by chronic hyperlipidemia. Amgen Corp., Seattle, WA, November 2003.
  • V. Poitout. Long-term effects of FFA on insulin secretion. ADA research symposium, Integrative role of fatty acids in metabolic regulation: implications for obesity and diabetes. Newport, RI, April 2004.
  • V. Poitout. Gluco-lipotoxicity of the pancreatic beta-cell. 47th Journées Internationales d’Endocrinologie Clinique. Paris, France, April 2004.
  • V. Poitout. Fatty acids and pancreatic beta-cell function. Merck & Co., Inc., Rahway, NJ, July 2004.
  • V. Poitout. Effets chroniques des acides gras sur la fonction bêta-pancréatique. Séminaire de Recherche, Centre de Recherche du Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada, September 2004.
  • V. Poitout. Role of lipotoxicity in beta-cell dysfunction. 5th Annual Rachmiel Levine Symposium. Los Angeles, CA, October 2004.
  • V. Poitout. Do beta-cells get fat…and does it matter? Endocrine Day Educational Institute. Seattle, WA, January 2005.
  • V. Poitout. Lipotoxicity in the pancreatic beta-cell. Metabolism, Endocrinology, and Diabetes Research Seminars, University of Michigan School of Medicine, Ann Arbor, MI, May 2005.
  • V. Poitout. Regulation and dysregulation of the insulin gene by glucose and fatty acids. FASEB summer research conference “Nutrient regulation of gene expression” , Tucson, AZ, July 2005.
  • V. Poitout. Fatty acids and pancreatic beta-cell function: two sides of one coin. Islet Biology Center Seminar Series, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, October 2005.
  • V. Poitout. Fatty acids and pancreatic beta-cell function: two sides of one coin. Metabolism Interest Group, University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, UT, December 2005.
  • V. Poitout. Fatty Acid Inhibition of Insulin Gene Expression. Keystone Symposium "Understanding Islet Biology", Taos, NM, February 2006.
  • V. Poitout. Lipid Deposition in Islets as a Cause of Beta-Cell Dysfunction. 66th National Scientific Meeting, American Diabetes Association, Washington, DC, June 2006.

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