9th Annual Biomarkers Congress
6th ISSCR Annual Meeting
Pennsylvania Convention Center

Philadelphia, PA
http://www.isscr.org/meetings/schedule.htm

Schedule of Presentations:

Wednesday, June 11, 2008
07:30:00 Registration Open
07:30:00 Speaker Ready Room Open
08:00:00 Industry Wednesday Symposia
08:00:00 Exhibitor Setup
11:00:00 Poster Presentations Session I Setup
13:00:00 HOW TO MAKE A BLOOD STEM CELL Roger K. Patient
13:00:00 DIRECT REPROGRAMMING TO MAKE PANCREATIC β CELLS Douglas Melton
13:00:00 Plenary I: Presidential Symposium on Developmental Biology George Daley
13:00:00 ROLES FOR THE TBOX GENE EOMESODERMIN IN REGULATING CELL FATE DECISIONS IN THE EARLY MOUSE EMBRYO William Dunn
13:00:00 Keynote Address NUCLEAR REPROGRAMMING BY EGGS AND OOCYTES John Gurdon
15:30:00 Refreshment Break
16:00:00 NICHE REGULATION FOR THE QUIESENCE OF STEM CELLS Toshio Suda
16:00:00 Plenary Session II: Hematopoietic Stem Cell Function Sean J. Morrison
16:00:00 CYTOKINE SIGNALS MODULATED VIA LIPID RAFTS INDUCE HIBERNATION IN HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELLS Hiromitsu Nakauchi
16:00:00 HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELL REGULATION: A COMBINATION OF CHANGES IN BOTH INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC PARAMETERS Connie Eaves
16:00:00 NORMAL AND NEOPLASTIC STEM CELLS Irving L Weissman
17:00:00 Exhibits/Posters Open
17:00:00 Internet Café Open
18:00:00 Poster Presentations – Session I, Day I/Opening Reception in Exhibit Hall
20:00:00 Junior Investigator Social Hour with Career Panel Discussion
Thursday, June 12, 2008
07:30:00 Speaker Ready Room Open
07:30:00 Registration Open
08:00:00 Meet the Experts Breakfast
09:00:00 TRANSLATING HUMAN CNS STEM CELLS TO CLINIC: NEUROPROTECTION Nobuko Uchida
09:00:00 Plenary Session III: Clinical Translation
09:00:00 CHARACTERIZATION AND TARGETING OF LEUKEMIA STEM CELLS Craig T Jordan
09:00:00 LESSONS IN CLINICAL TRANSLATION FROM AAV-MEDIATED GENE THERAPY Katherine A. High
09:00:00 STEM CELL-DERIVED DOPAMINE NEURONS FOR CELL REPLACEMENT THERAPY IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE: HOW FAR HAVE WE REACHED? Olle Lindvall
09:00:00 REPORT OF THE TASK FORCE ON CLINICAL TRANSLATION OF STEM CELLS Olle Lindvall
11:00:00 Exhibits/Posters Open
11:00:00 Internet Café Open
11:15:00 Lunch on your own
11:30:00 Commercial Tutorials
11:30:00 REAGENTS AND KITS FOR STEM CELL EXPANSION AND IDENTIFICATION: MSC AND ES CELLS
11:30:00 BIOLOG PHENOTYPE MICROARRAYS FOR MAMMALIAN CELLS
11:30:00 BD’S DISCOVERY PLATFORMSERVICE: STEM CELL CULTURE ENVIRONMENT DEVELOPMENT AND CELL CHARACTERIZATION FOR CELL BASED ASSAYS AND CELL THERAPY
11:30:00 FLOW CYTOMETRY FOR LARGE CELLS AND CELL CLUSTERS
11:30:00 BTX ELECTROPORATION FOR EFFICIENT GENE DELIVERY INTO HARD-TO-TRANSFECT CELLS AND IN VIVO APPLICATIONS
12:15:00 Commercial Tutorials
12:15:00 EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT: WHAT AND HOW TO IMAGE THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN EMBRYO AND HOW TO PERFORM INTERVENTIONAL PROCEDURES
12:15:00 NOVEL CELL CULTURE SYSTEMS FOR STEM CELLS
12:15:00 STEMGENT: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO STEM CELL REAGENTS AND TOOLS
12:15:00 CELL SORTING AND IMAGE ANALYSIS OF NEURAL STEM CELLS AND NEURONS DERIVED FROM HUMAN EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS
13:00:00 QUIESCENT HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELLS IN BONE MARROW
13:00:00 HOPE, HYPE AND QUACKERY? A STUDY OF THE CURRENT MARKET FOR STEM CELL THERAPIES
13:00:00 ETHICS AND TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH INVOLVING STEM CELL-BASED INTERVENTIONS Jeremy Sugarman
13:00:00 Session I D: Roadmap to the Clinic: Ethical & Policy Challenges
13:00:00 PROGRAMMABLE STEM CELLS: ADVANCED CONTROL THROUGH SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY Ron Weiss
13:00:00 STEM CELL NICHE, SIGNALING AND EXPANSION Linheng Li
13:00:00 Session I B: Stem Cell Microenvironments Linheng Li, Tsvee Lapidot
13:00:00 DYNAMIC INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE NERVOUS AND IMMUNE SYSTEMS WITH THE MICROENVIRONMENT REGULATE HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELL MIGRATION, RETENTION AND DEVELOPMENT Tsvee Lapidot
13:00:00 MACRO-ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION OF STEM CELL ACTIVITY DURING HAIR FOLLICLE REGENERATION
13:00:00 BONE MARROW ADIPOCYTES AS NEGATIVE REGULATORS OF THE HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELL NICHE
13:00:00 A LEAP OF FAITH OR A STEP TOO FAR Angela McNab
13:00:00 ADULT STEM CELL THERAPIES - ETHICAL AND POLICY ISSUES Alok Srivastava
13:00:00 CARDIOVASCULAR CELL DIFFERENTIATION SYSTEM USING MOUSE INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS
13:00:00 Session I C: Novel Emerging Technologies Anthony Whetton, Ron Weiss
13:00:00 DEFINING THE EPIDERMAL STEM CELL NICHE Fiona M. Watt
13:00:00 SKIN-DERIVED PRECURSORS ARE ADULT STEM CELLS THAT RECONSTITUTE THE DERMIS AND INDUCE HAIR MORPHOGENESIS
13:00:00 Session I A: Somatic Stem Cells Amy J Wagers, Fiona M. Watt
13:00:00 THE APPLICATION OF DISCOVERY PROTEOMICS TO STEM CELL BIOLOGY Anthony Whetton
13:00:00 TARGETING SPECIFIC LOCI IN HUMAN EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS USING SITE-SPECIFIC INTEGRATION
13:00:00 REGENERATIVE POTENTIAL OF SKELETAL MUSCLE STEM CELLS
13:00:00 Concurrent Session I: Supported by StemCells, Inc.
14:45:00 Refreshment Break in the Exhibit and Poster Hall
15:15:00 LET-7: A MASTER REGULATOR OF SELF-RENEWAL AND TUMORIGENICITY OF BREAST CANCER INITIATING CELLS Judi Lieberman
15:15:00 AN EXPANDED POOL OF EMBRYONIC NEURAL CREST PROGENITORS PREDISPOSES TO MELANOMA
15:15:00 REGULATION OF BRONCHIOALVEOLAR STEM CELLS AND THEIR ROLE IN LUNG CANCER
15:15:00 ISSCR Executive Director’s Report
15:15:00 Plenary Session IV: Cancer Stem Cells Michael F. Clarke,
15:15:00 PROSTATE STEM CELLS AND CANCER PROGRESSION Owen Witte
15:15:00 CANCER STEM CELLS AND THE PERIVASCULAR NICHE: THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD Richard J Gilbertson
17:30:00 Poster Presentations – Session I, Day II/Exhibit Reception
19:00:00 Posters Dismantle
Friday, June 13, 2008
07:00:00 Poster Session II Setup
07:30:00 Speaker Ready Room Open
07:30:00 Registration Open
08:00:00 Meet the Experts Breakfast
09:00:00 WNT MODULATES THE DIFFERENTIATION STATUS OF INTERFOLLICULAR EPIDERMAL MELANOCYTES ARISING FROM MELANOCYTE STEM CELLS IN THE HAIR FOLLICLE BULGE AFTER WOUNDING OR UVB IRRADIATION
09:00:00 Plenary Session V: Adult Stem Cell Physiology R McKay
09:00:00 DOES DNA REPLICATION RESULT IN FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SISTER CHROMATIDS? Peter Lansdorp
09:00:00 A QUANTITATIVE SYSTEMS APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING HOW SIGNALING NETWORKS GOVERN CELL BEHAVIOR Doug Lauffenburger
09:00:00 A NOVEL PLASTIC STEM CELL FROM THE HUMAN EYE Sally Temple
09:00:00 ISSCR Executive Committee ISSCR New Business Q & A
09:00:00 IDENTIFICATION OF STEM CELLS IN SMALL INTESTINE AND COLON BY A SINGLE MARKER GENE LGR5 Hans Clevers
11:00:00 Internet Café Open
11:00:00 Exhibits/Posters Open
11:15:00 Lunch
11:30:00 Commercial Tutorials
11:30:00 STEMGENT: MEDIA FOR STEM CELLS
11:30:00 BD Biosciences
11:30:00 PROGENITOR CELL TARGETING ENABLES IMPROVED 2D AND 3D CULTURE OF EPITHELIAL CELLS
11:30:00 ENABLING STEM CELL DISCOVERY THROUGH HIGH-CONTENT IMAGING
11:30:00 NEW IMAGING DEVICES FOR OBSERVING AND MEASURING STEM CELL DIFFERENTIATION AND VIABILITY
12:15:00 AN ECM-MIMETIC TOPOGRAPHICAL SURFACE IMPROVES GROWTH AND DIFFERENTIATION OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS
12:15:00 MicroRNA IN hESC DIFFERENTIATION
12:15:00 HASSLE-FREE USE OF hES CELL-DERIVED NEURAL CELLS: ENStem-A™
12:15:00 ExactaChIP™ CHROMATIN IMMUNOPRECIPITION AND PlusCellect™ POSITIVE CELL SELECTION KITS FOR STEM CELL RESEARCH
12:15:00 Commercial Tutorials
13:00:00 Concurrent Session II: Session II A: Metabolism of Stem Cells M. Celeste Simon, Mark Noble
13:00:00 BMS-214662 INDUCES APOPTOSIS IN QUIESCENT PRIMARY CML STEM CELLS TROUGH DISRUPTION OF THE PLASMA MEMBRANE AND ACTIVATION OF CASPASE 3
13:00:00 A CLINICAL STUDY ON ALVEOLAR BONE REGENERATION USING AUTOLOGOUS BONE MARROW STROMAL CELLS
13:00:00 DISSECTION OF CELL FATE DECISION PROCESSES IN EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS Ihor R. Lemischka
13:00:00 QUANTITATIVE PHOSPHO-PROTEOMICS OF HUMAN EMBRYONIC STEM CELL DIFFERENTIATION
13:00:00 Session II D: Clinical Translation & Disease Models Giulio Cossu, Markus Grompe
13:00:00 INTRACELLULAR REDOX STATUS AS A CENTRAL INTEGRATOR OR PROGENITOR CELL FUNCTION IN DEVELOPMENT AND PATHOLOGY: NOVEL MECHANISMS AND NEW INSIGHTS Mark Noble
13:00:00 MESOANGIOBLASTS: FROM MUSCLE DEVELOPMENT TO CELL THERAPY FOR MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY Giulio Cossu
13:00:00 FSHD: A MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY WITH A STEM CELL ETIOLOGY
13:00:00 REGULATION OF STEM CELL FUNCTION IN ADULT AND AGED TISSUES Thomas A. Rando
13:00:00 A MULTI-DIMENSIONAL GENETICAL GENOMICS APPROACH TO STUDY CELL FATE DECISIONS DURING HEMATOPOIETIC DEVELOPMENT
13:00:00 Session II B: Quantitative Approaches to Stem Cell Biology Ihor R. Lemischka, Berthold Göttgens
13:00:00 Session II C: Aging of Stem Cells Thomas A. Rando
13:00:00 GENOMIC REGULATORY NETWORK MODELS FOR DEVELOPING BLOOD STEM CELLS Berthold Göttgens
13:00:00 MITOCHONDRIAL FUNCTION DURING THE DIFFERENTIATION OF HUMAN EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS INTO HEPATOCYTE-LIKE CELLS
13:00:00 DELETION OF TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSOR SLUG LEADS TO AGE-RELATED PHENOTYPES AND STEM CELL DEFECT
13:00:00 DNA DAMAGE ATTENUATES THE FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY OF HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELLS DURING AGING
13:00:00 CHALLENGES TO CLINICAL CELL-BASED LIVER THERAPY Markus Grompe
13:00:00 PREMATURE AGING AND TISSUE REGENERATIVE FAILURES IN ATRmKO MICE ARE ACCELERATED BY THE ABSENCE OF p53
13:00:00 ACCUMULATION OF DNA DAMAGE AND ACTIVATION OF THE DNA DAMAGE RESPONSE PATHWAY IS ASSOCIATED WITH LOSS OF MULTIPOTENCY UPON CULTURE EXPANSION OF HUMAN MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS
13:00:00 GLOBAL TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVITY IN PLURIPOTENT EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS Eran Meshorer
13:00:00 OXYGEN AVAILABILITY, EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT AND STEM CELL FUNCTION M. Celeste Simon
14:45:00 Refreshment Break
15:15:00 TARGETING NEUROBLASTOMA TUMOR-INITIATING CELLS: HIGH-THROUGHPUT SCREENING STRATEGIES TO IDENTIFY NOVEL CHEMOTHERAPEUTICS
15:15:00 LEUKEMIC STEM CELLS: HOW TO TARGET THEM? Dominique Bonnet
15:15:00 MOUSE ADULT STEM CELL MICRORNAS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS IN SELF-RENEWAL
15:15:00 THE miRNA PROCESSING ENZYME DICER IS REQUIRED FOR MAINTENANCE OF HAIR FOLLICLE STEM CELLS
15:15:00 MECP2-MEDIATED EPIGENETIC REGULATION OF A MICRORNA HAS SIGNIFICANT REGULATORY ROLE IN MOUSE NEURAL STEM CELL PROLIFERATION AND DIFFERENTIATION
15:15:00 LIN-28 SELECTIVELY BLOCKS MICRORNA PROCESSING IN MOUSE EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS
15:15:00 miRNA REGULATE PANCREAS DEVELOPMENT AND FUNCTION Eran Hornstein
15:15:00 Session III D: Visualization of Stem Cells Michel C Nussenzweig
15:15:00 Session III C: Cell Cycle Regulation & Signaling Charles J Sherr, Kathryn V. Anderson
15:15:00 EMBRYONIC STEM CELL SPECIFIC MICRORNAS REGULATE THE G1/S TRANSITION PROMOTING THEIR RAPID PROLIFERATION
15:15:00 WNT/BETA-CATENIN SIGNALING REGULATES EXPANSION BUT NOT SURVIVAL OF MAMMARY STEM CELLS
15:15:00 IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF STEM/PROGENITOR CELLS UPON SPINAL CORD INJURY
15:15:00 VISUALIZATION OF HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELLS HOMING TO THE BRAIN OF MICE AFFECTED BY INHERITED LEUKODYSTROPHIES
15:15:00 CILIA AND DEVELOPMENTAL SIGNALING Kathryn V. Anderson
15:15:00 THE NATURAL HISTORY OF DENDRITIC CELLS IN PERIPHERAL LYMPHOID ORGANS OF MICE Michel C Nussenzweig
15:15:00 Session III B: MicroRNAs & Cell Fate Determination Haifan Lin, Eran Hornstein
15:15:00 ENDOTHELIAL PROGENITOR CELLS FROM HUMAN EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS: ISOLATION AND TRANSPLANTATION FOR MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION Zongjin Li
15:15:00 A PILOT CLINICAL STUDY: TRACKING NEURAL STEM CELLS IN BRAIN TRAUMA PATIENTS
15:15:00 Ink4A-Arf TUMOR SUPPRESSORS LIMIT SELF-RENEWAL Charles J Sherr
15:15:00 HEDGEHOG SIGNALING REGULATES BRAIN TUMOR STEM CELL SELF-RENEWAL AND PORTENDS A SHORTER SURVIVAL FOR PATIENTS WITH PTEN-COEXPRESSING GLIOBLASTOMAS
15:15:00 Concurrent Session III: Session III A: Cancer Stem Cell Biology Dominique Bonnet
15:15:00 MICROENVIRONMENT DETERMINES LINEAGE FATE OF LEUKEMIA STEM CELLS IN MIXED LINEAGE LEUKEMIA
15:15:00 PROSPECTIVE IDENTIFICATION OF LEUKEMIC STEM CELLS BY PROMOTER ACTIVITY OF NUCLEOSTEMIN GENE
17:00:00 Poster Presentations – Session II, Day I/Exhibit Reception
18:45:00 Standards and Methodology of iPS Cells Panel Discussion George Daley
18:45:00 Panel Alexander Meissner, Kathrin Plath, Shinya Yamanaka
21:00:00 All-Attendee Dessert Mixer
Saturday, June 14, 2008
08:00:00 Registration Open
08:00:00 Speaker Ready Room Open
09:00:00 Plenary Session VI: Embryonic Stem Cells Alan O Trounson
09:00:00 STEM CELLS FROM THE MAMMALIAN BLASTOCYST- NOT ALL STEM CELLS ARE ALIKE Janet Rossant
09:00:00 ISSCR President Elect’s Address Fiona M. Watt
09:00:00 RONIN IS ESSENTIAL FOR EMBRYOGENESIS AND THE PLURIPOTENCY OF MOUSE ES CELLS AND ACTS INDEPENDENTLY OF CANONICAL PATHWAYS
09:00:00 LINEAGE SPECIFIC DIFFERENTIATION OF EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS Gordon M. Keller
09:00:00 CARDIOMYOCYTES FROM HUMAN EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS Christine Mummery
09:00:00 ES CELL DIFFERENTIATION CULTURE FOR INVESTIGATING LINEAGE COMMITMENT Shin-Ichi Nishikawa
11:00:00 Exhibits/Posters Open
11:00:00 Internet Café Open
11:15:00 Lunch
11:30:00 STEMGENT: BIOMATERIALS FOR STEM CELLS
11:30:00 Commercial Tutorials
11:30:00 CHARACTERIZATION OF HUMAN EMBRYONIC STEM CELL LINES BY GENE EXPRESSION ANALYSIS
11:30:00 ReNcell VM AND CX HUMAN NEURAL PROGENITORS: A RENEWABLE AND CONSISTENT SUPPLY OF HUMAN FUNCTIONAL NEURONS
11:30:00 PRODUCTS TO STANDARDIZE AND SIMPLIFY HUMAN EMBRYONIC AND INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELL RESEARCH
12:15:00 Commercial Tutorials
12:15:00 PRODUCTS TO STANDARDIZE HEMATOPOIETIC AND NON-HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELL RESEARCH
12:15:00 DISTINCT MicroRNA EXPRESSION SIGNATURES IN HUMAN CANCER STEM CELLS
12:15:00 NEW hES CELL-DERIVED PLATFORMS AND TOOLS
12:15:00 CLICK CHEMISTRY, MAKING BIODISCOVERY A SNAP
13:00:00 Concurrent Session IV: Session IV A: Stem Cells in Early Embryogenesis Hitoshi Niwa
13:00:00 BIOPHYSICAL CONTROL OF EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR (EGF) PRESENTATION DICTATES BONE MARROW-DERIVED CONNECTIVE TISSUE PROGENITOR RESPONSES TO EGF Linda Griffith
13:00:00 DIFFERENTIATION OF HUMAN EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS INTO HEPATIC PROGENITORS BY REPRODUCING THE MAIN DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES
13:00:00 IDENTIFICATION AND PROSPECTIVE ISOLATION OF A NOVEL, FUNCTIONALLY DISTINCT EARLY NEURAL STEM CELL STAGE DERIVED FROM HUMAN EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS
13:00:00 Session IV C: Stem Cell Patterning Andrea H. Brand, Robb Krumlauf
13:00:00 Session IV B: Stem Cell Fate Choices Mitinori Saitou
13:00:00 THE MAJORITY OF ADULT HEMATOPOIETIC CELLS ARE DESCENDENTS OF VE-CADHERIN EXPRESSING ANCESTORS
13:00:00 TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR NETWORK FOR SELF-RENEWAL AND DIFFERENTIATION OF MOUSE ES CELLS Hitoshi Niwa
13:00:00 STEM CELL BEHAVIOR IN BIOENGINEERED NICHES Helen Blau
13:00:00 ENGINEERING THE STEM CELL MICROENVIRONMENT: MICROTECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR HIGH-THROUGHPUT ANALYSIS Smita Bhatia
13:00:00 Session IV D: Bio-engineering: Artificial Scaffolds Helen Blau
13:00:00 TAIL REGENERATION IN XENOPUS TADPOLES
13:00:00 ENDOTHELIAL CELLS SUPPORT SURVIVAL, GROWTH AND HEPATIC SPECIFICATION OF MOUSE ES CELL-DERIVED ENDODERM
13:00:00 SITE-SPECIFIC PATTERNED DIFFERENTIATION OF MURINE EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS TO VASCULAR CELLS
13:00:00 A SIGNALING PRINCIPLE FOR THE SPECIFICATION OF GERM CELL FATE IN MICE Mitinori Saitou
13:00:00 THE REGULATION OF DNA REPLICATION INITIATION IN MOUSE AND HUMAN EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS
13:00:00 SWI/SNF IS REQUIRED FOR ESC LINEAGE COMMITMENT AND SPECIFICATION
13:00:00 REST/NRSF MAINTAINS SELF-RENEWAL AND PLURIPOTENCY OF EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS
13:00:00 TITLE TBD Robb Krumlauf
13:00:00 REGULATION OF SPINAL MOTOR NEURON FATE SPECIFICATION IN NEURAL STEM CELLS
13:00:00 ESTABLISHMENT OF ENDODERM PROGENITORS FROM HUMAN EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS
13:00:00 TRANSPLANTED HESC-DERIVED RETINAL PIGMENT EPITHELIAL CELLS IMPROVE VISUAL FUNCTION IN THE RCS RAT MODEL OF RETINAL DEGENERATION
13:00:00 REPROGRAMMING OF TERMINALLY DIFFERENTIATED MATURE B LYMPHOCYTES TO PLURIPOTENCY WITH DEFINED FACTORS
14:45:00 Refreshment Break in the Exhibit
15:15:00 GENOMEWIDE STUDIES OF THE PLURIPOTENT CHROMATIN STATE Brad Bernstein
15:15:00 EPIGENETIC REGULATION OF LINEAGE COMMITMENT AND PLURIPOTENCY IN THE MAMMALIAN EMBRYO Wolf Reik
15:15:00 INDUCTION OF PLURIPOTENCY BY DEFINED FACTORS Shinya Yamanaka
15:15:00 STEM CELLS, SOMATIC CELLS AND NUCLEAR REPROGRAMMING: WHAT IS NEXT? Rudolf Jaenisch
15:15:00 TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR INDUCED BLOOD CELL TRANS-DIFFERENTIATION Thomas Graf
15:15:00 Closing Plenary VII: Reprogramming and Epigenetics Ian Wilmut
17:30:00 Poster Presentations – Session II, Day II/ Closing Exhibit Reception
19:00:00 6th ISSCR Annual Meeting Adjourns
19:00:00 Poster Presentations Session II/Exhibitor Teardown
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