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2023 Annual Oxford Stem Cell Institute Symposium will be held on the 4th and 5th December,
Oxford Martin School, Oxford.


OSCI Symposium is an international event, unifying scientists and clinicians working in stem cells research in various fields of translational medicine. The theme of the event is "Stem Cells: From Mechanism to Therapy"



Monday 4 December, Oxford Martin School, 34 Broad St, Oxford OX1 3BD

9.30 REGISTRATION - tea/coffee

10.15 Welcome - Colin Goding

10.20 Adam Mead - Oxford - Single-cell multi-omics identifies chronic inflammation as a driver of TP53 mutant leukemic evolution Chair: Simon Leedham

10.50 Paresh Vyas - Oxford - Somatic Stem Cell Mosaicism in Haematopoiesis Chair: Simon Leedham

11.20 BREAK

11.50 Elisa Laurenti - Cambridge - Human haematopoiesis at single cell resolution Chair: Paresh Vyas

12.20 Francis Szele - Oxford - The role of inflammation in CNS stem cell niches Chair: Paresh Vyas

12.50 Sponsor's Talk - Alex Feuerborn - iotaSciences - Gentle single-cell isolation technologies for generating clonal cell cultures with market-leading efficiencies Chair: Paresh Vyas

13.00 LUNCH

14.30 Liz Patton - Edinburgh - Mechanisms of cell states and plasticity in melanoma residual disease Chair: Richard White

15.00 Francis Szele - Oxford - The role of inflammation in CNS stem cell niches Chair: Richard White

15.30 Simon Leedham - Oxford - Defining and manipulating the ectopic stem cell niche in intestinal neoplasia Chair: Richard White

16.00 BREAK

16.30 Talya Dayton -Barcelona - Using organoids to study the dynamics of neuroendocrine development and cancer Chair: Eric O’Neill

17.00 Francesca Spagnoli - London - Engineering pancreatic tissue: cells in time and space Chair: Eric O’Neill

17.30 END



Tuesday 5 December, Oxford Martin School, 34 Broad St, Oxford OX1 3BD

9.30 ARRIVALS - tea/coffee

10.15 Welcome - Richard White

10.20 Paul Riley - Oxford - Lymphatic endothelial cell-macrophage interactions during heart regeneration Chair: Francis Szele

10.50 Cynthia Andoniadou - London - Paracrine signalling from stem cells in pituitary gland regulation Chair: Francis Szele

11.20 BREAK

11.50 Michaela Frye - Heidelberg - Stem cell mRNA modifications Chair: Yang Shi 

12.20 Konstantinos Tzelepis - Cambridge - Therapeutic targeting of RNA and its modifications Chair: Yang Shi

12.50 Sponsor's Talk - Kelly Sillence - Bio-Rad  Chair: Yang Shi

13.00 LUNCH

14.30 Sponsor's Talk - Victoria Tsang - Qkine Weekend-Free Stem Cell Culture 

14.40 Valentina Lionello - London - Engineering human myogenic stem cells for advanced in vitro disease modelling Chair: Paul Riley

15.10 Andreia Bernardo - London - Understanding the road to left ventricle cardiomyocyte maturity; a tale of human pluripotent stem cells and mice Chair: Paul Riley

15.40 Richard Wade-Martins - Oxford - Physiological, personalised and predictive disease modelling with patient stem cell-derived neurons Chair: Paul Riley

16.10 BREAK

16.40 Hagan Bayley - Oxford - KEYNOTE: one thing leads to another: from nanopores to printed cells Chair: Colin Goding

17.55 Closing remarks & END OF SYMPOSIUM


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