CCS Monthly Seminar Series

Hosted by the Education Committee

Recordings are available on this public page for about one month.

Next up: May 15, 2024 at 12 PM (EDT)

Anne-Catherine Maurin, PhD
Proteostasis team, Human Nutrition Unit, INRAE/Clermont-Auvergne University, France
The GCN2-eIF2α-ATF4 signaling pathway & adaptations to reduced availability of essential amino acids

To join us for Dr. Maurin's talk, please REGISTER in advance via the following Zoom link:

April 17, 2024

Trainee Talks + Introduction of the "Women in Cachexia" Initiative

Introduction of the "Women in Cachexia" Initiative
Brittany Counts, PhD and Aneesha Dasgupta, PhD

Trainee Talks

Sarah Santiloni Cury, PhD
Department of Structural and Functional Biology, Institute of Biosciences São Paulo State University (UNESP) - Botucatu, Brazil
The Human Cancer Secretome at Single-cell Resolution: Exploring Applications in Cancer Cachexia

Kandy T. Velazquez, MS, PhD
School of Medicine Columbia University of South Carolina
Exploring the Impact of the Immune System on Cancer Cachexia


February 14, 2024

Sarah H. Lockie, PhD
Biomedicine Discovery Institute, Monash University, Australia

Interrogating the Ghrelin-AgRP system in the KPC mouse model


December 20, 2023

Tobias Janowitz, MD, PhD
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Northwell Health Cancer Institute, USA

Permission to provide the recording was not provided. 

November 8, 2023

4th Trainee Talks

  • Deena Snoke, PhD
    Vermont Lung Center Laboratory of Dr. Michael J. Toth, University of Vermont College of Medicine 
    Twitter: @snoke_phd
    Adipose wasting is an early event in a novel model of lung cancer cachexia
  • Luca Delfinis
    York University, School of Kinesiology & Health Science 
    Twitter: @DelfinisLuca
    Muscle weakness precedes atrophy in a mouse model of cancer cachexia and is linked to muscle-specific mitochondrial stress
  • Andrea Irazoki, PhD
    Department of Biomedical Sciences (BMI), University of Copenhagen, Denmark 
    Twitter: @A_Irazoki
    Effects of housing temperature in cancer cachexia

Only the first 2 speakers provided permission to post their recording.


October 18, 2023

Prof. Katrien De Bock, PhD
ETH Zurich (Department of Health Sciences and Technology), Switzerland

Endothelial metabolism in muscle