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BHF Oxbridge CRM Annual Meeting 2017

When Sep 29, 2017
from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where The Royal Society, London
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Contact Phone 01223 331504
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The next annual research symposium of the BHF Oxbridge CRM will take place on Friday 29 September 2017 at the Royal Society.

Similarly to previous years, this event will be free but we will need to restrict the number of delegates due to the venue size, and advance registration will be essential. Registration instructions will be sent to CRM investigators and recruits closer to the meeting date.

Programme has been copied below and can be downloaded here.

Please contact Katja if you have any questions about this event.

 


BHF Oxbridge Centre of Regenerative Medicine Annual Meeting 2017

10.00  Arrival, Registration, Coffee
10.20  Paul Riley & Martin Bennett - Update on the Oxbridge BHF CRM
10.30  Enrique Amaya - A conserved role for reactive oxygen species during early embryonic development and appendage regeneration
11.00  Laure Gambardella - Molecular and functional heterogeneity of human epicardium
11.25  Madeline McNamara - Development of new therapies for Marfan Syndrome using an in vitro human iPSC disease model
11.40  Caroline Telfer - Dissecting the upstream regulators of the Gata factors during heart development
11.55  Mukesh Lalwani - Title TBC
12.20  Lunch
13.20  Mathilda Mommersteeg - Heart regeneration in the Mexican cavefish
13.50  Ellie Price - The role of hypoxia and HIF-mediated signaling in epicardial activation, during development and neonatal cardiac regeneration
14.05  Giovanni Canu - Cell-cycle dependent mechanisms controlling differentiation of haematopoietic stem cells
14.20  Tonia Thomas - Neovascularisation of the heart post-MI: A role for endocardial trabeculation?
14.35  Angela Russell - Chemistry for regenerative medicine: Discovery of small molecules to manipulate cell fate in situ
15.05  Tea
15.45  Sian Harding - iPSC-derived cardiomyocytes for modelling disease: focus on the adrenergic system
16.30  Paul Riley & Martin Bennett - Closing comments

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