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BHF Oxbridge CRM Annual Meeting 2016

When Sep 30, 2016
from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where The Royal Society, Carlton House Terrace, London
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Contact Phone 01223 331504
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The BHF Oxbridge Centre of Regenerative Medicine will organise its third annual meeting on Friday 30 September 2016. We have an exciting set of talks and have secured Prof Andy Baker (Edinburgh) as the keynote speaker. Programme has been copied below.

This event is free but there are limited spaces due to the venue and Centre PIs will be given priority. If you haven't been sent an invitation and would like to attend, please contact Katja as soon as possible to request a space.


 

BHF Centre of Regenerative Medicine – Annual Oxbridge Meeting

10.00  Arrival, Registration, Coffee
10.20  Prof Paul Riley (Oxford) and Prof Martin Bennett (Cambridge)
Update on the Oxbridge BHF CRM
10.30  Prof Ludovic Vallier (Cambridge)
Mechanisms controlling cell fate decisions of human pluripotent stem cells
11.00  Dr Sarah De Val (Oxford)
Delineation of gene regulation within the vasculature reveals novel roles for known pathways
11.30  Dr Helle Jorgensen (Cambridge)
Vascular smooth muscle cell plasticity and heterogeneity
12.00  Prof David Greaves
What makes a macrophage a macrophage? Developing transgenic reporter mice to study tissue resident macrophages
12.30  Lunch
13.15  Dr Ryan Page (Bristol)
4D imaging and automated cell tracking of juvenile zebrafish hearts
13.35  Dr Victoria Mascetti (Cambridge)
The interface of human pluripotent stem cells and the developing mouse embryo
13.55  Dr Joaquim Vieira (Oxford)
Regulation of foetal epicardial gene activity in response to heart injury
14.15  Dr Johannes Bargehr (Cambridge)
The role of human embryonic stem cell-derived epicardium in myocardial graft development
14.35  Prof Bertie Gottgens (Cambridge)
Resolving early mesoderm diversification through single cell profiling
15.05  Tea
15.30  Prof Andy Baker (Edinburgh)
Novel approaches to target vascular repair
16.30  Prof Paul Riley (Oxford) and Prof Martin Bennett (Cambridge)
Closing comments

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