Preliminary Program: September 11-13, 2019

© T.Koopmans

Tissue regeneration -

"From basic science to clinical translation"

DAY ONE - 11.09.2019


09:30–11:30 ETRS business meeting (Board only)

11:00-12:00   Registration

12:00-12:20   Welcome notes

12:00-12:10     -     Opening  Yuval Rinkevich - Welcome speech

12:10-12:20     -     Phil Stephens - Welcome note from President of ETRS

12:20-13:20   Keynote speech 

Irving  Weissman: “Normal and neoplastic stem cells”

13:20-14:20   Plenary Session 1 - "Stem cells and regeneration"

13:20-13:40     -     Heiko Lickert:

“Beta cell development, heterogeneity and regeneration”

13:40-14:00     -     Benjamin Dekel:

 “Tissue progenitors for renal repairs”

14:00-14:20     -     Sara Wickstroem:

“Regulation of stem cell fate by niche-derived signals and forces”

14:20-14:50   Tea/Coffee Break

14:50-16:15   Plenary session 2 - "Wound healing and regeneration"

14:50-15:10     -       Yaron Fuchs:       

”Harnessing stem cell death for tissue regeneration”

15:10-15:30     -      Christina Scheel:

“To undergo EMT or not - cell fate decisions at the chromatin level in mammary epithelial cells”

15:30-16:10     -     Talks from submitted abstracts

16:15-16:45   Tea/Coffee Break

16:45-18:30   Plenary Session 3 - Young Investigator Award

16:45-18:30     -     Talks from submitted abstracts

18:30-20:00   Poster presentations and welcome reception

DAY TWO - 12.09.2019


07:30–08:30   Registration

08:30-10:30   Plenary Session 4 - Tissue and organ fibrosis

08:30-09:15   Keynote speech 

Peter Friedl: “Understanding fibrosis by intravital microscopy”

09:15-09:35     -     Boris Hinz:    

“The fibrosis Bermuda Triangle: Myofibroblasts, Macrophages, and the  Matrix” 

09:35-09:55     -      Herbert Schiller

 "Fate trajectory modeling during tissue regeneration and fibrogenesis"  

09:55-10:15     -     Karin Scharffetter-Kochanek      

“Mesenchymal stem cells - sensing and shaping the neighborhood in Tissue Repair”.

10:15-10:35      -     Jeremy Duffield:

“New perspectives on fibrosis: Learning from human genetics and clinical trial results”

10:35-12:00     -     Talks from submitted abstracts

12:00-12:30   Tea/Coffee break

12:30-13:00  Plenary session 5 - Fibroblast diversity

Chair:Boris Hinz

12:30-12:50     -     Neil Henderson:      

“Using single cell RNA sequencing to investigate mechanisms of liver fibrosis and repair” 

12:50-13:10     -     Ryan Driskell:

”Understanding the molecular mechanisms to establish dermal fibroblast heterogeneity in skin”   

13:10-13:30     -     Rafael Kramann:

“Cellular origin and regulation in kidney fibrosis”

13:30-14:00     -     Talks from submitted submitted abstracts

14:00-14:30   Lunch break - ETRS general assembly

14:30-15:00   Plenary Session  6 - "Wound healing and fibrosis"

14:30-14:50     -     Gilbert Weidinger:

"Mechanisms of bone regeneration in zebrafish".

14:50-15:00     -     Kerstin Bartscherer:

"Understanding natural regeneration - from planarians to spiny mice"

15:00-15:20     -     Jovica Ninkovich:

"Regeneration in the central nervous system-learning from zebrafish" 

15:20-16:00    -     Talks from submitted abstracts

16:00-16:30   Tea/Coffee break

16:30-18:00   Plenary session 7 - Imaging / 3D Technology

16:30-16:50     -     Peter Horvath:

“Life beyond the pixels: image analysis and machine learning for 2 and 3D single-cell analysis”   

16:50-17:10     -     Vasilis Ntziachristos:

"The revolutionary visualization of tissue repair with spectral optoacoustic imaging"

17:10-18:00     -     Talks from submitted abstracts

18:00-19:00  Keynote Session 

Charles Lapière Memorial lecture:

Paul Martin

19:30-03:00   Networking Party

DAY THREE - 13.09.2019


07:30-08:30   Registration

08:30-10:10   Plenary Session 8 - Wound healing and inflammation

08:30-08:50     -     Phillip Neumann:

 “Wounds that do not heal: The role of Annexin A1 in intestinal wound healing and fibrosis formation in inflammatory bowel disease”

08:50-09:10     -     Sabine Werner:

“Control of skin inflammation and repair by environmental cues”

09:10-10:10     -     talks from submitted abstracts

10:10-10:40   Tea/Coffee break

10:40-12:25   Plenary session 9 - EMWA session

10:40-12:00     -     talks from submitted abstracts

12:00-13:00   Lunch break

13:00-14:10   Plenary session 10  -  Scar treatment

13:00-13:20     -     Ursula Mirastschijski: 

"Innovative therapies of chronic wounds: What’s in store for the future?"

13:20-13:40     -     Heinz Redl:

"Biophysical therapeutics approaches in the Austrian Cluster for Tissue Regeneration".

13:40-14:55     -     talks from submitted abstracts

15:00-15:30   Closing remarks and awards session



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