Mitochondria Interest Group (11/13/2013)
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The Mitochondria Interest Group (MIG) is an Inter-Institute Interest Group at the National Institutes of Health (NIH
), with members worldwide! MIG is concerned with all aspects of the mitochondrion and diseases in which the mitochondrion is involved. We hold monthly meetings, usually on the second Monday of the month (except when it is a Federal holiday or other special exceptions).
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There is opportunity to participate in MIG function webcasts via the Adobe webmeeting system in use currently at NIH. Please contact the MIG Coordinator. MIG functions will normally be webcast in realtime, and archived on the NIH Videocast website, videocast.nih.gov. Please contact the MIG Coordinator. (Most MIG Functions are archived on the NIH Videocast website under past events).
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MIG icon image: Rat brain dendrite illustrating 6 mitochondria. Courtesy of Dr. M. Brightman and L. Chang. NINDS, NIH.
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