ABOUT
MITOCARE

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Gyorgy Hajnoczky, Director of the MitoCare Center
Exerpt from MitoCare Inauguration Speech

We are very excited to open the MitoCare Center at Jefferson and look forward to exploiting microscopic imaging and other advanced technologies to delineate the multiple emerging mechanisms by which mitochondria are involved in normal tissue function and human diseases... I often receive calls from patients looking for help with their illness and this resource would help meet that need.

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7 Faculty members

>30 trainees

653 MANUSCRIPTS

> 30,000 citations

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OUR GOALS

To be the first Academic Center to focus on mitochondrial imaging and diagnostics and become an internationally acclaimed research institute and educational resource for mitochondrial studies.

To integrate cutting-edge imaging with state-of-the-art metabolic, genetic, and proteomic research.

To decipher mitochondrial contributions to normal and impaired tissue function.

To elucidate how mitochondrial dysfunction impacts human diseases.

To perform translational research in neurological, cardiac, muscular, and liver disorders for diagnostic and therapy discovery.

 

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