StemCONN: Connecticut's International Stem Cell Research Symposium
The OMNI New Haven Hotel at Yale
155 Temple Street
New Haven, Connecticut
StemCONN: Connecticut's International Stem Cell Research Symposium
Connecticut United for Research Excellence (CURE)
The OMNI New Haven Hotel at Yale

Schedule of Presentations:

Monday, March 23, 2009
11:00:00 Northeast Stem Cell Consortium (by invitation only)
11:30:00 Registration Opens
13:00:00 Connecticut Stem Cell Update J. Robert Galvin, Laura Grabel, Diane Krause, Marc Lalande, Milton Wallack
14:30:00 Translation to Clinic Workshop Paul Pescatello, Linda F. Powers, Haifan Lin, John D. McNeish, Michael Werner
14:30:00 Emerging Ethical Issues in Stem Cell Research Jonathan Moreno, Lori Gruen
15:00:00 mRNA-Seq Whole Transcriptome Analysis of a Single Cell Kai Lao
16:30:00 UK and US Research Collaborations Michael Whitaker, Wei Cui, Michael Snyder, Lorraine Young
17:00:00 UConn Stem Cell Core Advisory Committee Meeting (by invitation only)
17:30:00 StemCONN 09 Networking Reception and British Beer Tasting
18:00:00 Speaker Dinner (by invitation only)
20:30:00 End Of The Day
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
07:30:00 Registration Opens
08:30:00 StemCONN Scientific Symposium Part 1
08:35:00 Introductions Robert J. Alpern, Cato T. Laurencin
09:00:00 Reprogramming of Adult Cells into Embryonic Stem Cells Konrad Hochedlinger
09:30:00 Human Embryonic Stem Cells and Growth Factor Requirements Ren-He Xu
10:00:00 Young at Heart - How the Nervous System Preserves Stem Cell Potency Sally Temple
12:00:00 The Adult Mouse and Human Pancreas Contain Rare Multipotent Stem Cells That Express Insulin Derek van der Kooy
12:20:00 Special Lunchtime Events
12:30:00 StemCONN Scientific Symposium Part 2
15:00:00 Hypoxia, HIFs, and Stem Cells M. Celeste Simon
15:30:00 Molecular Regulation of Quiescence and Activation in Adult Muscle Stem Cells Thomas A. Rando
15:45:00 Characterization and Targeting of Cancer Stem Cells Craig T Jordan
17:00:00 Omics Approach to Stem Cell Biology Michael Snyder
17:30:00 End Of The Day
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