1 October 2018

Sanne Frambach, Dept. of Pharmacology and Toxicology, theme Mitochondrial diseases, has been awarded the Dr. Leo Nijtmans grant to visit in March 2019 the Mitochondria in Health and Disease Gordon Research Conference in Ventura, California, USA.

She will present her work on how stimulation of cholesterol efflux improves the cellular redox state in mitochondrial complex I deficiency.

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