Welcome of participants
ETRS Board meeting
ETRS 2013 - Meeting Opening
SESSION 1: Young investigators’ session / Awards
Chairmen: M. Ulrich (The Netherlands) & A. Desmoulière (France)
- Effects of varying thickness and of sub-atmospheric pressure dressing on early integration of collagen-gag scaffolds. Luca Lancerotto (Italy)
- Sustainable fat grafting. Optimizing fat grafting in an in vivo tissue engineering chamber model. Heidi Debels (Brussels)
- The preventive potential of stromal cell-derived factor 1 (SDF-1) analog (CTCE-9908) for hypertrophic scarring. Jie Ding (Canada)
- Prevention of hypertrophic scar formation using small molecules.
Malihe-Sadat Poormasjedi-Meibod (Canada)
- Alterations in early wound healing processes in hypertrophic scar formation. Liselotte Butzelaar (The Netherlands)
- Development of an innovative dressing based on a new matrix gel technology. Sébastien Giraudier (France)
- Wharton’s jelly derived mesenchymal stem cells could play a role in the control of bacterial colonization on bone scaffolds. Jérôme Josse (France)
- Is non-invasive optical coherence tomography a reliable alternative to invasive histological assessment of acute wound healing in human skin?
Nicholas Greaves (UK)
- In-vitro and ex-vivo studies show electrical stimulation accelerates human cutaneous wound healing: gene and protein analysis for the first time shows role of Siva1-p53-Mdm2 feedback loop in regulation of proliferation, differentiation and apoptosis during electrical stimulation. Anil Sebastian (UK)
Healthpoint Industrial forum n° 1: What does the future hold for celllar therapies in Europe and US?
Chairmen: V. Ronfard & K. Grover (USA)
Speakers: Paul Kemp (UK), Hilde Beele (Belgium),
Sabine Eming (Germany) and Jean-Jacques Lataillade (France)
Visit of exhibition + Posters
SESSION 2: Scar and reconsctructive surgery (associated with SFFPC)
Chairmen: L. Téot (France) & B. Hinz (Canada)
- Changes in molecular and morphological characteristics associated with wound contraction and closure in diabetic mice - a systems biology approach. Paul Liu (USA)
- Interdisciplinary challenges in microsurgical reconstruction of large and complex wounds. Raymund Horch (Germany)
- Integrative systems biology analysis of tissue injury and repair.
Bob Diegelmann (USA)
Selected short oral presentations
- Characterisation of post-ovulatory wound repair. Tanya Shaw (UK)
- Hair follicle unit transplantation for chronic wound coverage.
John C. Lantis (USA)
- Erythropoietin as treatment for wound healing among persons with diabetes mellitus: a novel repurposing initiative. Hamed Saher (Israel)
Macopharma Industrial forum n° 2: Expansion of mesenchymal stromal cells in a closed system using platelet lysate and cellstacks for clinical applications
Chairman: I. Slaper-Cortenbach (The Netherlands)
Coffee break - Visit of exhibition + Posters
SESSION 3: Cardio-vascular repair
Chairmen: G. Uzan & B. Coulomb (France)
- Epicardium-driven differentiation of human embryonic stem cell derived cardiac progenitors seeded in a 3D collagen patch. Michel Puceat (France)
- Endothelial heterogeneity and its impact on vascular disease and repair. Aernout Lunttun (Belgium)
Selected short oral presentations
- Reducing flightless I protein improves healing in a murine model of type 1 diabetes through increased angiogenesis. Allison Cowin (Australia)
- Polyelectrolyte scaffolds for cardiac mesenchymal stem cell therapy.
Raya Bushkalova (France) - YIA*
- Mesenchymal stem cells as a promising source for endothelial cells in vascular tissue engineering. Hassan Rammal (France) - YIA*
- First identification of resident and circulating fibrocytes in dupuytren’s disease are shown to be inhibited by xiapex and serum amyloid P - implications for future diagnosis and therapy. Syed Amir Iqbal (UK) - YIA*
- In vivo hypobaric hypoxia enhances bone healing in mice by stimulating mesenchymal and hematopoietic stem/progenitor cell mobilization.
Marjorie Durand (France) - YIA*
Welcome reception - Palais Du Tau
||* YIA: Young Investigators Award