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The 3rd International Congress on Controversies in Cryopreservation of Stem Cells, Reproductive Cells, Tissue and Organs (CRYO)
Andel’s Hotel Berlin
Landsberger Allee 106
Berlin, Germany
http://www.comtecmed.com/cryo/2013/Default.aspx
The 3rd International Congress on Controversies in Cryopreservation of Stem Cells, Reproductive Cells, Tissue and Organs (CRYO)

Comtec Med Medical Congresses
Andel’s Hotel Berlin
Landsberger Allee 106
Berlin
Germany
http://www.comtecmed.com/cryo/2013/Default.aspx

Schedule of Presentations:

Thursday, March 21, 2013
15:30:00 Opening Session Zeev Shoham, A Schneider, Amir Arav
15:30:00 Why is fertility preservation not yet available to all suitable survivors?
16:00:00 Cryotechnology – What is next? Amir Arav
16:30:00 Fertility preservation what options do we really have? Sherman Silber
17:00:00 Coffee Break
17:30:00 Science fiction or reality? Producing gametes from stem cells and somatic cells G. Schatten
17:30:00 Opening Session (Continued) Zeev Shoham, A Schneider, Amir Arav
17:50:00 How to select the patients for fertility preservation
18:10:00 Reimplantation of cryopreserved ovarian tissue taken from patients with various malignant diseases: Is it safe?! Marie-Madeleine Dolmans
18:30:00 Welcome Reception
Friday, March 22, 2013
06:00:00 New Presentation
08:30:00 The Techniques Available Today for Cryopreservation?
08:30:00 The possibility to vitrify egg, embryo and creating the suitable bank Ana Cobo
08:50:00 Fresh and frozen ovary transplant results Sherman Silber
09:10:00 Can we transplant ovarian tissue from cancer patients?
09:30:00 Pregnancy from frozen pieces of ovary Jacques DONNEZ
09:50:00 Questions and Answers
10:00:00 Coffee Break
10:30:00 Preservation of dry cells: Lessons from nature John H. Crowe
10:30:00 General Cryobiology
10:50:00 Production of freeze tolerance organisms: Lessons from fruit flies
11:10:00 Late embryogenesis abundant proteins and desiccation tolerance in mammalian oocytes Pasqualino Loi
11:30:00 Vitrification and slow freezing effects on gene expression of human MII oocytes Samir Hamamah
11:50:00 Relative importance of cooling and warming rate in obtaining high survivals of mouse oocytes and embryos after vitrification
12:10:00 Questions and Answers
12:30:00 Lunch Break
13:30:00 Vitrification for Human Reproduction
13:30:00 Open vs. closed systems: Can we find a healthy compromise?
13:50:00 Impact of developmental stage at cryopreservation and transfer on clinical outcome of frozen embryo cycles
14:10:00 Open system efficiency and safety
14:30:00 Aseptic vitrification of blastocysts: Did we achieve any improvements?
14:50:00 Questions and Answers
15:00:00 Coffee Break
15:30:00 Cryopreservation of animal stem cells Andras Dinnyes
15:30:00 Stem Cells, Gametes and Embryos Cryopreservation Pasqualino Loi
16:00:00 Freezing of boar semen: State of the art?
16:30:00 Horse embryo slow freezing
17:00:00 Directional freezing of ovarian tissue Fulvio Gandolfi
Saturday, March 23, 2013
08:30:00 Comparative and translational cryobiology of gametes and gonadal tissues from wildlife species
08:30:00 Biobanking for the Preservation of Genetic Diversity John H. Crowe
09:00:00 Strategies for cryopreservation of genetic resources of wild and domestic ungulates (ruminants): Processes analysis and improving techniques
09:30:00 Genome resource banking for wildlife conservation: What we want and what is practical? Joseph Saragusty
10:00:00 Corral gametes and stem cells Cryo MARY HAGEDORN
11:00:00 Emerging methods and equipment for kinetic vitrification
11:00:00 Poster Prize and Free Communication
11:10:00 Cryobiology of osteogenic scaffolds with adult stem cells Ram V. Devireddy
11:20:00 Elective vitrification of all fresh embryos. Experience and review of the literature
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