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Institute for Life Sciences

Centre for Human Development, Stem Cells and Regeneration Science Meeting Event

Image credit: Prof Richard Oreffo
09:00 - 14:00
17 May 2018
IDS Lecture Theatre and Seminar Room

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Event details

Sharing current research and developments: CHDSCR SCIENCE MEETING

Thursday 17th May 2018 9am-2pm

0915 Welcome Prof Richard Oreffo

Chairs: Prof Richard Oreffo and Dr Sandrine Willaime-Morawek

0925-0945 Prof Ben MacArthur: Stem Cell Memories

0945-1005 Dr Salah Elias:  Tracing the identity and dynamics of a novel ER-negative mammary stem cell population during epithelial morphogenesis, homeostasis and transformation

1005-1025 Dr Melissa Andrews: Optimizing iPCSs for neuronal replacement in the rodent cortex: implications for spinal cord repair

1025-1035 ECR1 Dr Jon Dawson: Nanoclay gels for regenerative medicine

1035-1045 ECR2 Preeti Prasannan: A 3D human induced pluripotent stem cell - derived neural culture model to study Alzheimer’s disease in vitro

1045-1055 ECR 3 Sophie Arthur: The hypoxic stem cell niche


TEA AND COFFEE 11.00-11.30


Chairs: Dr Nicholas Evans and Dr Claire Clarkin

1130-1150 Dr Jorn Lakowski:  Modelling of retinal development and disease using hESC derived organoids in conjunction with CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing

1150-1200 ECR4 Camelia Tusan: Collective cell behaviour in mechanosensing of substrate thickness

1200-1210 ECR5 Alice Goring: Investigating a role for endothelial-derived growth factors in regulating bone mineralisation following osteoblast VEGF deletion

1210-1220 ECR 6 Lauren Jevons: Cartilage Tissue Engineering.

1220-1230 ECR 7 Dr May de Andres: Epigenetics as a therapeutic target for osteoarthritis.

1235-1255 Prof Sumeet Mahajan: Happy and Label Free: Multimodal Molecular Imaging for the Life Sciences

1255 Close Prof Richard Oreffo


Lunch and networking 1300

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