Past News and Events

  1. August 30, 2019—Rady Childrens Hospital Developmental Pediatrics Conference on the CDR and Autism, San Diego, CA
  2. August 25, 2019—21st Annual Christini Fund Gala Dinner, San Diego, CA
  3. June 26-29, 2019—UMDF Annual Conference, New biomarkers of mitochondrial dysfunction, Hilton Alexandria Mark Center, Alexandria, VA
  4. May 3-5, 2019—Metabolomics of Chronic Illness and the Healing Cycle, ISEAI, Carefree, AZ
  5. April 4-5, 2019—The CDR, Healing and ME/CFS, Trans-NIH ME/CFS Symposium, Bethesda, MD
  6. March 22-24, 2019—Autism, the CDR, and the Systems Biology of the Healing Cycle, MINDD International Forum, Sydney, Australia
  7. October 27-28, 2018—Metabolomics of Chronic Illness Talk, Lyme Disease Association Symposium, Mariott Providence Hotel, Providence, RI
  8. October 19, 2018—TACA Conference Talk on Mitochondria, Autism, and the Cell Danger Response, Orange County Hilton, Costa Mesa, CA
  9. September 27-29, 2018—Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Symposium, Palo Alto, CA
  10. September 22, 2018—Autism Research Dinner Lecture, Pasadena, CA
  11. September 10, 2018–20th Anniversary UCSD Christini Fund Golf Tournament and Gala Dinner Celebration, Del Mar Country Club, CA
  12. June 27-30, 2018—United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation Annual Meeting, Sheraton Music City Hotel, Nashville, TN
  13. June 4-6, 2018—“Multifaceted Mitochondria” Meeting, Cell Press, Paradise Point, San Diego, CA
  14. March 14, 2018—Talk on “POLG Disease—One Gene, Many Faces”, Annual Meeting, Society for Inherited Metabolic Disorders, Paradise Point, San Diego, CA
  15. February 23, 2018—Talk on “Antipurinergic Therapy for Autism and Mitochondrial Disease”, Mitochondrial Medicine 2018: Regional UMDF Symposium, La Jolla, CA
  16. January 13, 2018—Special Showing of the Movie, “Unrest”, hosted by the Naviaux Lab, San Diego Central Library, San Diego, CA.
  17. October 20-21, 2017—TACA Annual Meeting, Costa Mesa, CA. “New hope for autism treatment: a story of medical discovery”
  18. October 12-14, 2017—UMDF Regional Meeting, Akron, OH. “From mitochondria to autism: a story of medical discovery”
  19. September 10, 2017—19th Annual UCSD Christini Fund Gala Dinner
  20. September 4-8, 2017—Talk on “One gene, many faces—the many phenotypes of POLG disease”, International Congress on Inborn Errors of Metabolism (ICIEM), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  21. August 12, 2017—Keynote Lecture, “The Metabolism of the Cell Danger Response, Healing, and ME/CFS”, at the Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME/CFS, Stanford, CA.
  22. All Past Events
  23. June 28-July 2, 2017—United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation (UMDF) Annual meeting, Hilton Alexandria Mark Center, Alexandria, VA
  24. May 26, 2017—Publication of the Suramin Autism Treatment-1 trial results in the Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology.
  25. May 20, 2017—UCSD Mito 5K Walk ‘n Roll Tropical Run, NTC Park at Liberty Station in Point Loma, San Diego, CA
  26. May 9 and 11, 2017—Lecture and journal discussion on “Mitochondrial Disease Genetics”, BIOM252, UCSD Biomedical Sciences curriculum, La Jolla, CA
  27. April 20-23, 2017—Autism Research Institute Think Tank annual meeting, Dallas Fort Worth Airport Marriott Hotel, Dallas, TX
  28. April 12, 2017—Lecture on “New hope for autism treatment: Antipurinergic therapy from the bench to the bedside”, UCSD International Student curriculum, La Jolla, CA
  29. February 24, 2017—Talk on “Metabolomics and Exosome Biology for the Diagnosis and Monitoring of Complex Chronic Disease”, Apheresis Therapies Conference, San Diego Marriott, Mission Valley, San Diego, CA
  30. November 3, 2016—La Jolla, CA. The Autism Tree Project Symposium.  Purinergic signaling and the cell danger response—working toward a unifying theory of autism.
  31. October 8, 2016—San Diego, CA. American Academy of Environmental Medicine, The role of mitochondria in health and disease—the cell danger response.
  32. September 25, 2016—La Jolla, CA. The UCSD Christini Fund Annual Gala Dinner.
  33. September 17, 2016—Wilton, CT. Fireside Chat hosted by Nancy O’Hara, MD, with families about the UCSD suramin trial.
  34. September 15, 2016—Boston, MA. Autism Research Institute dinner.
  35. August 29, 2016. Paper on the metabolic features of chronic fatigue syndrome published in
  36. July 18, 2016—Seattle, WA. Annual meeting of the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation.  Presentation on “Adagio and Allegro—the natural tempo of mitochondrial function in health, disease, and healing”.
  37. July 1, 2016—San Diego, CA. Official start of the North American CFS metabolomics validation study funded by the Open Medicine Foundation (OMF).
  38. April 1-3, 2016—Dallas, TX. Autism Research Institute think tank meeting.
  39. March 2, 2016—La Jolla, CA. Completion of the first UCSD autism suramin treatment clinical trial.