3rd International Congress On Stem Cells And Tissue Formation
MARITIM Hotel & International Congress Center Dresden
Ostra-Ufer 2
Dresden, Saxony 01067

     *  Abstract Deadline:
       31st March 2010

     *  Registration Deadline:
       11th July 2010


   Thomas Braun, Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research – W.G.
   Kerckhoff-Institut, Germany, Amy Brock, Harvard University -Wyss
   Institute for Biologically-Inspired Engineering, USA , Meinrad
   Busslinger, IMP – Research Institute of Molecular Pathology, Austria,
   Gerald Crabtree, Stanford University School of Medicine, USA ,
   Stefanie Dimmeler, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany, Jorge Ferrer,
   Hospital Clinic de Barcelona – Institut d’Investigacions
   Biomediques August Pi i Sunyer, Spain, Wolfgang-Michael Franz,
   Klinikum Universität der München ( LMU ) – Medizinische Klinik und
   Poliklinik I, Germany, Michael S. German, University of California San
   Fransisco -Diabetes Center, USA , Margaret A. Goodell, Stem Cells and
   Regenerative Medicine Center, USA , Stuart B. Goodman, Stanford
   Unversity Medical Center Outpatient Center, USA , Yukiko Gotoh,
   University of Tokyo – Institute of Molecular and Cellular
   Biosciences, Japan, Magdalena Götz, Helmholtz Zentrum München GmbH,
   Germany, Seung Kim, Howard Hughes Medical Institute – Department of
   Developmental Biology and Medicine, USA , Edda Klipp, Humboldt
   University Berlin – Institute for Biology Theoretical Biophysics,
   Germany, Bernhard Kühn, Childrens Hospital, USA , Tsvee Lapidot, The
   Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, Markus Loeffler, Universität
   Leipzig – Institut für Medizinische Informatik, Statistik und
   Epidemiologie, Germany, Matthias P. Lutolf, Swiss Federal Institute of
   Technology Lausanne ( EPFL ) – Laboratory of Stem Cell Bioengineering
   – LSCB , Switzerland, Eran Meshorer, The Hebrew University of
   Jerusalem – Institute of Life Sciences, Israel, David J. Mooney,
   Harvard Engineering & Applied Science, USA , Richard Oreffo,
   University of Southampton – School of Medicine, USA , Carsten
   Peterson, Lund University – Department of Theoretical Physics.

   This congress is organized every second year by the Dresden stem cell
   community in the newly founded DFG -Research Center for Regenerative
   Therapies Dresden ( CRTD ) and the Collaborative Research Center ( SFB
   655) “Cells into Tissues”. Based on the experience with our
   international congresses in 2006 and 2008 we expect about 1000
   scientists to attend this exciting meeting from all over the world. In
   2010 the congress will focus on stem cells, and the formation of
   tissues of multiple organs, such as the CNS , pancreas, skin, heart,
   and the hematopoietic system. In addition, we will specifically
   address systems biology, biomaterials research, clinical developments
   in the area of regenerative medicine and cell-based therapies.

   Main topics for abstract submissions are:

     *  Mesenchymal and Hematopoietic Stem Cells

     *  Neural Stem Cells and Axonal Regeneration

     *  Differentiation of Embryonic Stem Cells

     *  Stem Cell Niches

     *  Spermatogonial Stem Cells

     *  Cancer Stem Cells

     *  Cardiovascular Stem Cells

     *  Islet Cell Regeneration

     *  Regeneration of Ectodermal and Endodermal Derivatives

     *  Animal Models for Regeneration

     *  Tissue Formation supported by Biomaterials

     *  Clinical Studies in Regenerative Medicine

     *  Biology of induced pluripotent Stem Cells

     *  Diabetes

   Ostra-Ufer 2, Dresden, Saxony, 01067, Germany

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Schedule of Presentations:

Sunday, July 11, 2010
18:00:00 Hematopoietic stem cells and Lymphopoiesis Session
18:30:00 Stem cell regulation via dynamic interactions of the nervous and immune systems with the microenvironment Tsvee Lapidot
18:45:00 Welcome & Congress Opening
Monday, July 12, 2010
09:00:00 Hematopoietic stem cells and Lymphopoiesis Session Meinrad Busslinger
09:45:00 Regulation of Hematopoietic Stem Cells Margaret A. Goodell
10:15:00 1 free slot
10:30:00 Tracking stem cell behavior at the single cell level: New tools for old questions Timm Schroeder
11:00:00 Tracking stem cell behavior at the single cell level: New tools for old questions | By Hans-Reimer Rodewald Hans-Reimer Rodewald
11:30:00 Coffee Break
11:55:00 Bone regeneration Session
12:00:00 Joint Replacement and Particle Disease: What do Mesenchymal Stem Cells have to do with this process? Stuart B. Goodman
12:45:00 2 free slots
13:15:00 Skeletal stem Cell Based Strategies for Bone Regeneration – Bridging the Gap Richard Oreffo
13:45:00 1 free slot
14:00:00 Lunch & Posters & Exhibitions
15:10:00 Neurodegenerative Diseases Session
15:15:00 Glial cells generate neurons– mechanisms of neurogenesis in the adult brain Magdalena Goetz
16:00:00 Glial cells generate neurons– mechanisms of neurogenesis in the adult brain | Thomas A. Reh T. Reh
16:30:00 1 free slot
16:45:00 Coffee Break
17:00:00 1 free slot
17:15:00 Temporal regulation of neural stem cell fate in the developing mouse neocortex Yukiko Gotoh
17:40:00 Diabetes Session
17:45:00 Diabetes Session | By Seung Kim Seung Kim
18:30:00 Dresden Public Event
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
09:00:00 Diabetes Session | By Jorge Ferrer Jorge Ferrer
09:30:00 1 free slot
09:45:00 Diabetes Session | By Michael S. German Michael S. German
10:15:00 1 free slot
10:30:00 A complex epistatic relationship between Dll1 and Hes1 in pancreatic endocrine differentiation Palle Serup
11:00:00 Coffee Break
11:25:00 SPP1356 ´Pluripotency & Reprogramming´ Session
11:30:00 Balancing self-renewal and neuronal differentiation of ES cells through epigenetic modifications Mathias Treier
12:15:00 Delineating the molecular mechanisms of chromatin protein dynamics in embryonic stem cells Eran Meshorer
12:45:00 1 free slot
13:00:00 Lunch & Posters & Exhibitions
14:15:00 Dissecting self-renewal and differentiation in pluripotent stem cells Thomas P Zwaka
14:45:00 Understanding the Words of Chromatin Remodeling: A Stem Cell Remodeling Complex Orchestrates LIF/STAT3 Signaling by Opposing Polycomb Gerald Crabtree
15:15:00 Coffee Break
15:25:00 Biomaterials and Modelling Session
15:30:00 Programming Cells In Vivo Using Polymers David J. Mooney
16:15:00 1 free slot
16:30:00 Programming Cells In Vivo Using Polymers | By Venkatram Prasad Shastri Venkatram Shastri Prasad
17:00:00 Coffee Break
17:15:00 1 free slot
17:30:00 Biomaterials for Cell Transplantation and Drug Delivery | Shelly Sakiyama-Elbert Elbert Sakiyama Shelly
18:00:00 Biomaterials for Cell Transplantation and Drug Delivery | Amy Brock Amy Brock
18:30:00 Posterviewing & Exhibition Networking
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
09:00:00 Biomaterials and Modelling Session | By Molly Stevens Molly Stevens
09:45:00 Artificial niches to direct stem cell fate Matthias P. Lutolf
10:15:00 1 free slot
10:30:00 Coffee Break
11:00:00 Mathematical modeling of differentiation and reprogramming – sustained and regained pluripotency Edda Klipp
11:30:00 Mammalian embryogenesis - computational modeling of mechanical and biochemical forces and their interplay Carsten Peterson
12:00:00 Mammalian embryogenesis - computational modeling of mechanical and biochemical forces and their interplay | By Markus Loeffler Markus Loeffler
12:30:00 Lunch & Posters & Exhibitions
13:30:00 Cardiovascular Session Wolfgang-Michael Franz
14:15:00 microRNAs in cardiovascular repair Stefanie Dimmeler
14:45:00 1 free slot
15:00:00 Molecular control of cardiovascular remodeling processes Thomas Braun
15:30:00 Very Small Embryonic/Epiblast Like Stem Cells in adult tissues – challenge for regenerative medicine Mariusz Z. Ratajczak
16:00:00 Stimulating heart muscle cell proliferation and cardiac regeneration Bernhard Kühn
16:30:00 end
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