The 16th Royan International Twin Congress
International Invited Speakers

 

  Prof. Didier Stainier, Germany

Titles:

1. Heart, Liver and Pancreas regeneration: Common Themes?
2. Imaging heart formation and function in zebrafish.
 

   

 

 

Prof. Dominique P. Pioletti, Switzerland

 Titles:

1.Epiphyseal Chondro-Progenitor Cells for the Treatment of Full Thickness Cartilage Injuries – An Experimental GLP-grade Safety Study in Goats
2.Mechanical Stimulation as anabolic and anti-catabolic agents in bone tissue engineering

     
 

Prof. Ali H. Brivanlou, USA

 Titles:

1.The Origin of the Brain
2.Recapitulation of early embryonic spatial patterning in human embryonic stem cells using micropatterned control of colony architecture  
 

     
 

Prof. Marius Ader, Germany

 Titles:

1.Photoreceptor transplantation for the restoration of daylight visual responses in a mouse model of cone degeneration
2.RPE replacement by transplantation of human embryonic stem cell-derived RPE in rodent models of retinal degeneration  

   
 

Prof. Guoliang Xu, China

Titles:

1. DNA oxidation towards pluripotency in mouse development and cell reprogramming
2.Base excision repair in epigenetic regulation of mammalian development

   
 

Prof. Matteo Bellone, Italy

Titles:

1.Antigenicity and immunogenicity of prostate cancer stem-like cells
2.Role of extracellular matrix proteins in cancer cell dormancy within prostate cancer draining lymph nodes

   
 

Prof. Jürgen Hescheler, Germany

Titles:

1. In vitro and in vivo models for cardiac cell therapy
2. Induced pluripotent stem cells for disease modeling
 

   
 

Prof. Kevin Docherty, UK

Title:

1. Generation of Functional Islets of Langerhans from Human Exocrine Pancreas
2. Progress towards an Allogeneic Bank of Stem Cell – Derived Islets for Transplantation in the Treatment of Diabetes

 

Prof. PV. Mohanan, India

Title:

1.Mouse bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells as a model for evaluating nanomaterial toxicity
2. Rabbit Adipose Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells for bone interface regeneration

 

Prof. Jorge Ferrer, UK

Title:

1. non-coding genome function in pancreas development and disease
2. use epigenomics and stem cells to identify a role for Hippo in early pancreas development

 

Prof. Jonathan R. T. Lakey, Canada

Title:

1. Advances in Islet Transplantation
2. Islet Transplantation using Differentiated human stem cells

 

Prof. Andreas Keller, Germany

Title:

1. Bioinformatics for Circulating Tumor Cell Genomics
2. miRNA diagnostics for minimally-invasive disease detection

 

Prof. Graham Parker, USA

Title:

1. Proteomic analysis of a stem Cell model of pediatric motor neuron disease
2. The ethics of how stem cell research is represented

 

Prof. Shahragim Tajbakhsh, France

Title:

1. Establishing and maintaining stem cells
2.Generating muscle stem cells and assessing heterogeneities for regenerative medicine

 

Prof. Gilson Khang, Republic of Korea

Title:

Recent Advances of Regeneration of Cornea

 

Prof. Stuart S. Howards, USA

Title:

1. Past, current and future of male infertility treatments
2.A focus group discussion meeting (meet the Professor) for Urologist and Andrologists

 

Prof. Hooman Sadri Ardekani, USA

Title:

1. Male individual with extra X or Y chromosome: How to preserve his fertility?
2. Multicellular Human Testicular Organoid: a novel In Vitro germ cell and testicular toxicity model

 

Prof. Jorge Chavarro, USA

Title:

1.Folic acid and female fertility in natural and assisted reproduction
2.Fatty acids and male reproductive function

 

Prof. Teruko Taketo, Canada

Title:

1. The Role of Sex Chromosomes in Female Germ Cell Differentiation
2.The Mechanism of Gonadal Sex Determination

 

Prof. Paul Mozdziak, USA

Title:

The Domestic Hen as Model to Studies Ovarian Cancer

 

Prof. Serg Nef, Switzerland

Title:

1.Lipid modification of Hedgehog protein in testicular organogenesis
2.Origins and differentiation of somatic progenitors of the mammalian gonad revealed by single cell RNA-seq

 

Dr. Kenneth McElreavey, France

Title:

1. The genetic complexities of human sex-determination
2.Exome sequencing reveals new genes involved in human infertility

 

Prof. Marcus Meseguer, Spain

Title:

1-Optimal Strategy Toward Fertility Preservation
2- Objective Embryo Assessment Utility of time Lapse

 

Dr. Hakan Yarali, Turkey

Title:

1. Triggering Final Oocyte Maturation and Luteal Phase Support Innovative Approaches
2. Updates on Matching IVF Protocols with Patients Segments

 

Prof. Richard Andersen, UK

Title:

Cancer Treatment and Damage to the Genital Tract

 

Kazem Nouri, Austria

Title:

1.Fertility preservation in early, low grade endometrial cancer
2.Late onset severe hemoperitoneum after transvaginal oocyte retrieval: incidence, course, and management

 

Don Leigh , Australia

Title:

PGD and High Throughout Data Generation

 
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