THYRAGE is a EC funded H2020 research project that will investigate the effects of thyroid hormone on a wide range of age-related diseases, including osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, neurological disorders and sarcopenia. Knowledge generated in this innovative project is needed to develop new strategies to prevent and treat these diseases in the elderly.

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published: 05-02-2019 15:07
Spetses 2019 FEBS Advanced course on 'Epigenomics, Nuclear Receptors and Disease'

Now open for applicants! Deadline: May 6, 2019

published: 02-07-2018 16:16

Between the 27th and 29th of June 2018, THRYAGE investigators Professor Duncan Bassett, Naila Mannan and Anne Adoum from Imperial College London contributed to the Bone Research Society Annual Meeting. Duncan Bassett chaired a few talks including the oral communications and poster pitches on Thursday 28th June. It was hosted by the University of Southampton and took place at the University of Winchester. Many collaborators (from Europe and USA) attended and it was an excellent opportunity for networking.

published: 11-06-2018 10:08
22nd Annual Symposium Dutch Thyroid Research Foundation
On the 8th of June THYRAGE investigator Domenico Salvatore was invited to present his work on thyroid hormones and muscle function at the 22nd Annual Symposium of the Dutch Thyroid Research Foundation at West-Indisch huis in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. From the LUMC Nicolien van Vliet and Ferdinand Roelfsema also attended the symposium.
published: 31-05-2018 09:48
4th Hungarian Neuroendocrine Symposium
The Hungarian Neuroendocrine Symposium (MNSZ) held its 4th meeting May the 30th in Hajdúszoboszló, Hungary. The event was organized by THYRAGE partners, Prof. Csaba Fekete and Prof. Balázs Gereben from IEM HAS.
published: 23-05-2018 15:47
On the 22nd of May THYRAGE was present at the European Congress of Endocrinology 2018 in Barcelona, Spain