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Workshop on Animal Models for Human Stem Cell Therapy
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600 Main Street
Bar Harbor, Maine
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Stem Cell Therapy 

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   2010 Courses, Workshops, and Meetings (subject to change)

   May 1 – 4 Workshop on Animal Models for Human Stem Cell Therapy

   All events are held at The Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine
   unless specified otherwise with * symbol. * Please see the web site
   for location.

   Dates are subject to change. Details and updates are available online:
   http://www.courses.jax.org/event-listings

   600 Main Street
   Bar Harbor, Maine 04609-1500
   http://www.courses.jax.org
   coursesandconferences@jax.org

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Schedule of Presentations:

Saturday, May 1, 2010
16:00:00 Registration and reception | Highseas Conference Center
18:00:00 Dinner | Highseas Dining Room
19:00:00 Statement of purpose and what are the problems Peter Andrews, Martin Pera, Barbara Knowles
19:15:00 Teratomas Ivan Damjanov
Sunday, May 2, 2010
08:25:00 Human Embryonic Stem Cells and iPS
08:30:00 Overview of Human/ ES/iPS culture Martin Pera
09:15:00 Characterization of human ES/iPS cells Peter Andrews
10:00:00 Break
10:30:00 iPs methodology and suggestions: ES, iPS and disease models Rudolf Jaenisch
11:15:00 RAT ESC/iPS cells Qi-long Ying
12:00:00 Lunch | Highseas Dining Room
13:00:00 ALS and Parkinson’s Disease Clive Svendsen
13:55:00 Afternoon Laboratory-based demos and talks
14:00:00 Methods in mouse ES/iPS cells Michael Wiles, Steve Murray, Laura Reinholdt
15:00:00 Rat ESC/iPS Qi-long Ying
16:00:00 Human ES cells Markers, chromosomes Peter Andrews, Martin Pera, Rudolf Jaenisch
18:00:00 Dinner | Highseas Dining Room
19:00:00 Evening Debate/Discussion: Ethical issues in the use of animals for stem cell research and preclinical validation Goran Hermeren, Giuseppe Testa, Kent Lloyd
Monday, May 3, 2010
08:25:00 Organ Systems
08:30:00 Pancreas Timo Otonkoski
09:15:00 Pancreas Anne Bang
10:00:00 Break
10:30:00 Liver Ira Fox
11:15:00 Skin Paul Kemp
12:00:00 Lunch | Highseas Dining Room
13:00:00 Eyes Peter Coffey
13:55:00 Afternoon Laboratory-based demos and talks
14:00:00 Studying eye disease in the mouse Patsy Nishina, Peter Coffey
18:00:00 Dinner – Lobster banquet | Highseas Dining Room
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
08:25:00 Animal Models
08:30:00 Immunodeficient mouse models Leonard Shultz
09:15:00 Rat models Howard J Jacob
10:00:00 Break
10:30:00 Pig model for Regenerative Stents to treat Coronary Artery Disease Harry Moore
11:15:00 Non-human primates Alice Tarental
12:00:00 Lunch | Highseas Dining Room
13:00:00 Repositories and resources: relevant models and where to get them | (MGI/MGD, RGD) Leah Rae Donahue, Howard J Jacob, Kent Lloyd, Alice Tarental
13:55:00 Afternoon Laboratory-based demos and talks
14:00:00 Injections overview Bonnie Lyons
14:30:00 Imaging overview Anthony Nicholson
15:00:00 Group 1 | Injections: kidney capsule, testis, intra-spenic, femur, stereotaxic, as well as ip, iv, subq
15:00:00 Group 2 | Imaging: ultrasound, micro CT, MRI, bioluminescence
16:30:00 Group 1 | Imaging
16:30:00 Group 2 | Injections
18:30:00 Dinner | Highseas Dining Room
19:30:00 Evening Debate/Discussion: Animal models for human heart stem cell therapy Christine Mummery, Robert A. Kloner
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
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