Stem cell biology and regenerative medicine

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Sunday 15 July: Full day check in

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Monday 16 July

09:15

Opening ceremony

09:30

New approaches to skeletal cecll based bone regeneration: repair, restore and recreate

10:30

tea break

11:00

Understanding muscle stem cell dynamics in growth and regeneration

12:00

Lunch

13:30

Harnessing ex vivo and in vivo models to interrogate and validate bone formation strategies

14:30

Zebrafish as a model for human disease

15:30

Tea break

16:00

How to generate chemically induced pluripotency stem cells

17:00

Defining stem cell activity in the male germline

18:00

Welcome Dinner and Free Evening

Tuesday 17 July

09:30

Small molecule-induced cell fate reprogramming

10:30

tea break

11:00

Regulation of mesenchymal stem cells in skeletal pathogenesis and regeneration

12:00

Lunch

13:00

Understanding the epigenetic mechanisms underlying anabolic and catabolic gene regulation in osteoarthritis

14:00

Imaging system to study stem cell dynamics in vivo

15:00

Sai Kung boat tour

Wednesday 18 July

09:30

LncRNAs and RNA-binding proteins in stem cell function and transcription regulation

10:30

Tea break

11:00

Molecular mechanisms regulating germline stem cell function and fate

12:00

Lunch

13:30

How to generate extended pluripotency stem cells

14:30

Approaches to study protein, DNA and RNA interaction networksa.

15:30

tea break

16:00

Chemical cues to enhance differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells

17:00

Modification of natural origin materials for scaffold materials using bioactive molecules for regenerative medicine

18:00

Dinner

19:30

Video shows of the stem cells concept, ethics and culture techniques and group discussion

Thursday 19 July

09:30

Recent advances of the commercialisation for tissue engineered and regenerative products

10:30

Tea break

11:00

Insights of distraction histogenesis, its biology and clinical implications and beyond

12:00

Lunch

13:30

Analysis of gene expression and transcription

14:30

In vivo culture systems for male germline stem cells

15:30

Tea break

16:00

Recent advances of the commercialisation for tissue engineered and regenerative products

16:45

Physical cus to enhance differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells

18:00

Farewell dinner

20:30

Students presentations

Friday 20 July

09:30

Laboratory demonstration and Hand-on

12:00

Lunch break

13:00

Laboratory demonstration and Hand-on

16:00

Workshop adjourns and free afternoon and evening

Speakers

  • Data Professor Li Wan-Ju University of Wisconsin–Madison
  • Data Dr Robin M. Hobbs Monash University
  • Data Professor Richard Oreffo University of Southampton
  • Data Professor Peter Currie University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Data Professor Hong-kui Deng Peking University
  • Data Professor Xiaohua Shen Tsinghua University
  • Data Professor Gilson Khang