The 19th Royan International Twin Congress
International Invited Speakers

 

  Dr. Saeid Amini Nik (MD, Ph.D)

Titles:

1. 3D Skin Printing: In-Situ Formation of Planar Tissues
2. Myeloid lineage cell during healing: Friend or Foe?
 

   

 

 

Prof. Michel Cohen-Tannoudji (Ph.D)

 Titles:

1. Consequences of Ribosome Biogenesis Inhibition on Normal and Pathological Intestinal Stem/ Progenitor Cells
2. Specification and Maintenance of Cell Identities in The Early Mammalian Embryo

     
 

Prof. Caroline Gargett ( Ph.D)

 Titles:

1. Towards the Clinical Translation of a Mesenchymal Stem Cell-Based Therapy for Pelvic Organ Prolapse
2. Identification and Characterisation of Endometrial Stem/Progenitor Cells  
 

     
 

Prof. Ryoichiro Kageyama (MD, Ph.D)

 Titles:

1. Dynamic Control of Embryonic Neural Stem Cells
2. Dynamic Control of Adult Neural Stem Cells  

   
 

Prof. Rolf Kemler (Ph.D)

Titles:

1. Trimethylation and Acetylation of β-Catenin at Lysine 49 Represent a Key Element in ES Cell Pluripotency
2. -Catenin Regulates Telomerase in Stem and Cancer Cells

   
 

Dr. Johnny Kim (Ph.D)

Titles:

1. Harnessing functional genomics to identify mechanisms of stem cell dependent tissue regeneration
2. Targeted inactivation of oncogenic drivers of cancer originating in adult stem cells during muscle regeneration

   
 

Prof. João F. Mano (Ph.D)

Titles:

1. Instructive Natural-Based Hydrogels as Platforms for Stem Cell Cultures for Tissue Engineering Applications
2. Nanotechnology Approaches in the Design of Hybrid Constructs for Regenerative Medicine
 

   
 

Dr. Alessandro Prigione (Ph.D)

Title:

1. iPSCs for Mitochondrial Medicine
2. Mitochondrial metabolism in stem cells and neural disease modeling

   
 

Dr. Nicolas Rivron (Ph.D)

Title:

1. Platforms for Controlling Organogenesis in a Dish
2. Blastocyst-Like Structures with Implantation Potential Formed solely from Stem Cells

   
 

Prof. Pierre Savatier (Ph.D)

Title:

1. Revisiting LIF/GP130/JAK/STAT3 Signalling in Human Pluripotent STEM CELLS
2. Naïve Pluripotency and Chimeric Competency in Rabbits and Non-Human Primates

   
 

Prof. Wolfram Tetzlaff (MD, Ph.D)

Title:

1. Myelinogenic Plasticity of Oligodendrocyte Precursor Cells and Role of Remyelination in Locomotor Recovery following Contusive Spinal Cord Injury
2. Remyelination Failure Potentiates Axon Loss and Impairs Motor Function following Cuprizone Demyelination

   
 

Prof. Pierre Vanderhaeghen

Title:

1. Mechanisms and Perspectives for Modeling Human Brain Diseases and Evolution
2. Using Mouse-Human Chimeric Brain to Study Neuronal Development and Diseases

   

 
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