Program 11th Annual Meeting of the Dutch Society for Stem Cell Research

May 4th 2018, Roze Collegezaal, Heidelberglaan 100, AZU/UMC Utrecht


Registration opens at 9.00
9.30-10.00 Welcome (coffee/tea)
10.00-10.15  Isabella Mengarelli: Gβ5 p.S81L causes bradycardia by increasing the acetylcholine-activated potassium current and augmenting cholinergic response
10.15-10.30  Axel Rosendahl Huber: Somatic mutations in hematopoietic stem cells reveal lineage relationships and age-related mutagenesis
10.30-10.45  Arthur Svendsen: Identification of a novel receptor associated with hematopoietic stem cell aging
10.45-11.15 coffee/tea
11.15-11.30  Jorik M. van Rijn: Human intestinal organoids as a model for intestinal failure and aberrant lipid metabolism in patients with DGAT1 deficiency
11.30-11.45  Andries Groen: Construction of functional thyroid tissue from primary murine and human thyroid organoids
11.45-12.00  Willianne I.M. Vonk: Neural stem cell proteostasis is rewired upon differentiation and aging
12.00-12.45  Keynote lecture Ali Ertürk (Institute for Stroke and Dementia Research (ISD) Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich): Panoptic imaging of disease mechanisms in transparent mice
12.45-14.00 lunch
14.00-14.15  Verena Schwach: Expandable human Cardiovascular Progenitors as a tool to regenerate the murine heart after myocardial infarction
14.15-14.30  Yaser Atlasi: Epigenetic reprogramming of the 3D chromatin landscape in ground state pluripotency
14.30-15.15  Keynote lecture Kyle Loh (Stanford Institute for Stem Cell Biology & Regenerative Medicine Stanford University School of Medicine, California USA): Logically reconstituting the development of various human cell-types from pluripotent stem cells
15.15-15.45 coffee/tea
15.45-16.00  Marti Borkent: Nudt21 controls cell fate by connecting alternative polyadenylation to chromatin signaling
16.00-16.15  Cathelijne W. van den Berg: Mouse Renal Subcapsular Transplantation of Human PSC-derived Kidney Organoids Induces Neo-Vasculogenesis and Significant Glomerular and Tubular Maturation In Vivo
16.15-17.00  Keynote lecture Malin Parmar (Developmental and Regenerative Neurobiology, Lund University, Sweden): Repairing the brain using stem cells
17.00-17.15 Award ceremony
17.15-18.00 Drinks