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The Nuffield Department of Women's & Reproductive Health invites you to MitOX 2024 on 12th April 2024 in Tingewick Hall, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. Our annual conference for researchers with an interest in mitochondria from academia and pharma.

Digital illustration of Mitochondria


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MitOX is our annual meeting packed with short talks and posters on cancer metabolism, neuroscience, diabetes, mitochondrial disorders and general mitochondrial biology. This one day hybrid conference is ideal for researchers with an interest in mitochondria from both academia and pharma. 

MitOX 2024 will be held at Tingewick Hall, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford OX3 9DU. See directions and map.


Face-to-face registration is now closed.  

The standard registration fee is £40 (£25 for students). Those wishing to present a poster need to register for the face to face meeting. Attending via Zoom is free of charge and still requires registration before the day. However, you may miss out on some of the benefits of attending face-to-face.  

 The last booking date for this event is 29th March 2024

For all conference enquiries, please contact


Submissions are now closed.  

Please submit abstracts to be considered  for short talks and posters to In the E-mail please use 'Abstract for MitOX 2024’ as the subject line and kindly state if you wish to be considered for a talk-only, poster-only or both. Abstracts should be a standard conference format on a single side of A4. The deadline for abstracts is the 22nd March 2024.



Daniel Missailidis

La Trobe

Mitochondrial abnormalities in cell lines from people with Myalgic Enchephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Ling Li

University of Minnesota

Impact of APOE genotype on mitochondrial function in primary and iPSC-derived brain cells – implications for Alzheimer’s disease 

Glen Jeffery 


Controlling human metabolism optically. The importance of the light bulb

Derek Narendra  


Curbing mitochondrial dysfunction in neurodegeneration: lessons from neurogenetics

Jose Antonio Enriques

CNIC, Madrid  

Role of complex IV heterogeneity in health and disease 

Dylan Ryan


Mitochondrial control of inflammatory macrophage function

Ilse Pienaar


Mitochondrial DNA maintenance failure in atrophying pontine neurons in Synucleinopathy Disorders 

Claudia Spits

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Children born after assisted reproduction more commonly carry a mitochondrial genotype associating with low birthweight

Nicholas Ktistakis


Looking for novel autophagy targets in neurodegeneration


Click here to download MitOx 2024 programme pdf

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