9th Annual Biomarkers Congress
FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTORS IN DEVELOPMENT & DISEASE
Il Ciocco Hotel and Resort
Il Ciocco Hotel and Resort
Lucca (Barga), mm
http://www.grc.org/programs.aspx?year=2008&program=fibro

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Schedule of Presentations:

Sunday, March 2, 2008
16:00:00 Arrival and Check-in (Office Closed 6:00 pm - 7:45 pm)
18:00:00 Dinner
19:30:00 Wlcome / Introductory Comments by GRC Site Staff
19:40:00 FGF SIGNALING: AN OVERVIEW Claudio Basilico
19:40:00 Structural basis for FGF receptor activation in human diseases
20:20:00 Discussion
20:35:00 "FGF-WNT gene regulatory network regulates lung mesenchyme development David Ornitz
21:15:00 Discussion
21:30:00 Poster Session
Monday, March 3, 2008
07:30:00 Breakfast
09:00:00 FGF FUNCTION IN ORGANOGENESIS
09:00:00 Heparan sulfate regulation of FGF10-mediated submandibular gland branching morphogenesis
09:20:00 Discussion
09:30:00 The roles of Drosophila FGF in organ induction and mitogenesis
09:50:00 Discussion
10:00:00 Coffee Break / Group Photo
10:30:00 The coordination of cell movements during Drosophila gastrulation: the role of FGF signaling Angelike M Stathopoulos
10:50:00 Discussion
11:00:00 FGF signaling in inner ear development
11:20:00 Discussion
11:30:00 The role of FGF16 in heart development Nobuyuki Itoh
11:50:00 Discussion
12:00:00 TBA (selected from abstracts)
12:00:00 New Presentation
12:10:00 Discussion
12:15:00 TBA (selected from abstracts)
12:25:00 Discussion
12:30:00 Lunch
13:30:00 Free Time
16:00:00 Poster Session
17:30:00 DEVELOPMENT OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
17:50:00 Discussion
18:00:00 FGF signalling in cerebellar morphogenesis Albert Basson
18:20:00 Discussion
18:30:00 Specific Synapse Formation by FGFs
18:50:00 Discussion
19:00:00 FGF signaling acts as an organizer for the telencephalon
19:20:00 Discussion
20:00:00 Dinner
21:15:00 Poster Session
Tuesday, March 4, 2008
07:30:00 Breakfast
09:00:00 Strategies to counter excessive FGFR3 signals
09:00:00 SKELETAL BIOLOGY David Ornitz
09:20:00 Discussion
09:30:00 Regulation of FGF/BMP loops by heparans during osteogenesis Victor Nurcombe
09:50:00 Discussion
10:00:00 Coffee Break
10:30:00 FGF Signaling in Skeletal Development
10:50:00 Discussion
11:00:00 FGF18 to promote bone regeneration and repair janet henderson
11:20:00 Discussion
11:30:00 Key events determine the growth-inhibitory response of chondrocytes to FGF signaling Claudio Basilico
11:50:00 Discussion
12:00:00 TBA (selected from abstracts)
12:10:00 Discussion
12:15:00 TBA (selected from abstracts)
12:25:00 Discussion
12:30:00 Lunch
13:30:00 Free Time
16:00:00 Poster Session
17:30:00 FGF-2 in an animal model of depression
17:30:00 NERVOUS SYSTEM FUNCTION AND REPAIR Klaus Unsicker
17:50:00 Discussion
18:00:00 FGF2 regulation in drug abuse and stress response
18:20:00 Discussion
18:30:00 Regenerative potential of endogenous and cell-based applied FGF-2 in two animal models, Parkinson's disease and peripheral nerve regeneration
18:50:00 Discussion
19:00:00 FHF control of sodium channel physiology and neuronal function: insights from mutant mice Mitchell Goldfarb
19:20:00 Discussion
20:00:00 Dinner
21:15:00 Poster Session
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
07:30:00 Breakfast
09:00:00 Role of FGFR3 in tumours François Radvanyi
09:00:00 TUMORIGENESIS Victor Nurcombe
09:20:00 Discussion
09:30:00 Epithelial FGFR2: oncogene or tumour suppressor?
09:50:00 Discussion
10:00:00 Coffee Break
10:30:00 FGF-2 triggers a novel signaling machine enhancing translation of anti-apoptotic proteins and driving chemoresistance in lung cancer Michael Seckl
10:50:00 Discussion
11:00:00 Sef regulation in normal and cancer cells
11:20:00 Discussion
11:30:00 FGF2 as a damage-associated molecular pattern (DAMP) proangiogenic cytokine
11:50:00 Discussion
12:00:00 TBA (selected from abstracts)
12:10:00 Discussion
12:15:00 TBA (selected from abstracts)
12:25:00 Discussion
12:30:00 Lunch
13:30:00 Free Time
16:00:00 Poster Session
17:30:00 BetaKlotho is required for FGF21 signaling
17:30:00 HOMEOSTASIS
17:50:00 Discussion
18:00:00 Role of FGF23 in phosphate homeostasis
18:20:00 Discussion
18:30:00 Interaction between the Klotho and FGF19 family members Makoto Kuro-O
19:00:00 Metabolic actions of FGF21
19:20:00 Discussion
19:30:00 Business Meeting
20:00:00 Dinner
21:15:00 Poster Session
Thursday, March 6, 2008
07:30:00 Breakfast
09:00:00 Fibroblast growth factors in epithelial morphogenesis and tissue repair
09:00:00 STEM CELLS, REGENERATION AND TISSUE REPAIR janet henderson
09:20:00 Discussion
09:30:00 Culturing hematopoietic stem cells with FGFs
09:50:00 Discussion
10:00:00 Coffee Break
10:30:00 A critical role for FGFR4 in regeneration of skeletal muscle
10:50:00 Discussion
11:00:00 Regulation of tooth regeneration by fibroblast growth factors and other signals Irma Thesleff
11:20:00 Discussion
11:30:00 Fibroblast growth factors in repair and regeneration of the injured CNS Ann Logan
11:50:00 Discussion
12:00:00 TBA (selected from abstracts)
12:10:00 Discussion
12:15:00 TBA (selected from abstracts)
12:25:00 Discussion
12:30:00 Lunch
13:30:00 Free Time
16:00:00 Poster Session
17:30:00 Decoding the chemical biology of heparan sulfate: an ES-MS sequencing strategy reveals specific modulation of FGF signalling Jeremy Turnbull
17:30:00 REGULATING THE FGF SIGNAL Moosa Mohammedi
17:50:00 Discussion
18:00:00 A molecular basis for FGF gradient formation and regulation of branching morphogenesis
18:10:00 Discussion
18:15:00 The NCAM/FGFR cross talk: a novel paradigm in FGFR signalling
18:25:00 Discussion
18:30:00 FGF signaling in prostate development and tumorigenesis
18:50:00 Discussion
19:00:00 Role of p38 MAPK in translocation of FGF-1 into cells Antoni Wiedlocha
19:20:00 Discussion
20:00:00 Dinner
21:15:00 Poster Session
Friday, March 7, 2008
07:30:00 Breakfast
09:00:00 Depart
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