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Ji delivers a trio of keynote lectures while in China

Li Li Ji, Ph.D., director of the School of Kinesiology and director of the Laboratory of Physiological Hygiene and Exercise Science, had a busy schedule on a recent 11-day trip to China, presenting three different keynote lectures.

He delivered a keynote speech at the 11th Conference of International Society of Chinese Scholars in Exercise Physiology in Shanghai, titled "Exercise is Medicine: The role of PGC-1 transcription Cofactor," on November 3. A day later, he gave an invited lecture, "PGC-1α Over-expression Attenuates Mitochondrial Disorder and Inflammatory Response in Muscle Disuse Atrophy," at the Asian Mitochondrial Conference for Biology and Medicine in Beijing. Ji also gave a keynote lecture at the Advanced National Nutrition Clinic, "Antioxidant and Anti-inflammation, Two Strategic Issues in Sport Medicine". The clinic was held at the Olympic Research Center in Beijing on November 8.

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