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Yearly Open Workshop II.

AGENDA


Yearly Open Workshop
15th, September 2010 9:00-15:00
Pluripotent stem cells in animals and humans


VENUE: Hotel Eger & Park Congress Center (H-3300 Eger, Szálloda u. 1-3.)

 

 

8:50- 9:00

 


9:00-9:25

 

 


9:25-9:50

 

 


9:50-10:15

 

 

 


10:15-10:40


10:40-11:05

 

 


11:05-11:30

 

 


11:30-11:55

 

 


11:55-12:20

 


12:20- 13:20


13:20-13:45

 

 


13:45-14:05

 

 

 


14:05-14:30

 


14:30-15:00

Welcome speech by Prof. Andras Dinnyes (Biotalentum Ltd., Gödöllő, Hungary)


Reprogramming to pluripotency by viral and transposon mediated gene transfer
Dr. Melinda Pirity (Biotalentum Ltd., Gödöllő, Hungary)


Mechanisms of pluripotency and differentiation in mammalian embryonic stem cells
Prof. Roger A. Pedersen (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)


Reprogramming to pluripotency through nuclear transfer in the mouse
Alice Jouneau (French National Institute for Agricultural Research, INRA, Jouy en Josas, France)


Coffee break


Induced and embryo-derived porcine pluripotent stem cells
Prof. Poul Hyttel (University Of Copenhagen, Denmark)

 


Genetically modified pig models for the evaluation of safety and efficacy of stem cell therapies
Prof. Eckhard Wolf (Ludwig Maximilian University Munich, Germany)

 

Multipotent cells derived from the bovine blastocyst
Dr. Giovanna Lazzari
(Laboratorio di Tecnologie della Riproduzione AVANTEA, Italy)


Embryonic stem cell research in Thailand
Prof. Mongkol Techakumphu (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)


Buffet lunch – sandwich bar


Bivalency in embryonic stem cells: to be or not to be
Prof. H. Stunnenberg (Nijmegen Centre For Molecular Life Sciences, Netherlands)


Comparative analysis of RNAseq and ChipSEQ data between species
Prof. Martijn Huynen (Nijmegen Centre For Molecular Life Sciences, Netherlands)


Ethics of animal and human stem cell research
Prof. Judit Sándor (Central European University, Budapest, Hungary)


Closing by Prof. Andras Dinnyes