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Annual Oxford Stem Cell Institute Symposium, 24-25 October 2024

Stem Cells: From Mechanism to Therapy

Oxford Martin School 34 Broad Street, Oxford 
CANCER STEM CELLS • REPROGRAMMING • TISSUE ENGINEERING • ORGANOIDS • REGENERATIVE MEDICINE

OSCI Symposium is an international event, unifying scientists and clinicians working in stem cells research in various fields of translational medicine.

Agenda

 

Thursday 24th October, Oxford Martin School, 34 Broad St, Oxford OX1 3BD

SpeakerTitleChair
9.30REGISTRATION
10.15Welcome
Colin Goding
How do endothelial cells make quick decisions?
10.20Angela Russell
Oxford
Small molecule stimulation of cardiovascular repair and regenerationSarah De Val
10.50Chris Toepfer
Oxford
Using human stem cell derived cells to model inherited cardiomyopathies
Sarah De Val
11.20BREAK
11.50Francesco Boccellato
Oxford
Decoding the signals in cell fate decision in human adult gastric glandsFrancis Szele
12.20Andras Latakos
Cambridge
Developmental and early aspects of neurodegeneration in complex human organoid modelsFrancis Szele
12.50Sponsor’s talk
13.00LUNCH
14.30Craig Maclean
Oxford
Bacterial heterogeneity and antibiotic resistanceEric O’Neill
15.00Steve Pollard
Edinburgh
Targeting the core neurodevelopmental identity in glioblastomaEric O’Neill
15.30Nicola Smart
Oxford
Epicardial cell quiescence: key to harnessing regenerative potential?Eric O’Neill
16.00BREAK
16.30Luca Magnani
London
Breast Cancer Dormancy, a link to the pastColin Goding
17.00Riccardo Fodde
Rotterdam
KEYNOTE: The non-stem origin of colon cancer in the context of inflammation and dietColin Goding
17.45END
19.00SPEAKERS’
DINNER

Friday 25th October, Oxford Martin School, 34 Broad St, Oxford OX1 3BD


SpeakerTitleChair
9.30ARRIVALS
10.15Welcome:
Francesco Boccellato
10.20Igor Adameyko
Stockholm
Integration of clonal information at single cell level helps to decipher the logic of fate selections during mid-stages of embryonic developmentFrancesco Boccellato
10.50Katie Bentley
London
How do endothelial cells make quick decisions?Francesco Boccellato
11.20BREAK
11.50Mirjana Efremova
London
Dissecting phenotypic heterogeneity and plasticity in colorectal cancer metastasisAngela Russell
12.20Ahmed Ahmed
Oxford
AI-enabled neoantigen-specific TIL therapy for Tumour initiating cellsAngela Russell
12.50Sponsor’s talk
13.00LUNCH
14.30Sponsor’s talk
14.40

Maria Abad
Cambridge

When the non-coding codes: Mining the microproteome for new regulators of cellular plasticityPaul Riley
15.10Anjali Kusumbe
Oxford
Unveiling the Secrets of Vascular and Stem Cell Ageing: Causes, Consequences, and Implications for LongevityPaul Riley
15.40Silvia Santos
London
Our first choices: decoding cellular signals during early developmentPaul Riley
16.10BREAK
16.40Siim Pauklin
Oxford
Molecular mechanisms regulating cancer stem cells in pancreatic cancerPakavarin Louphrasitthiphol
17.10Eric O’Neill
Oxford

Implications of stiffness on neuronal stem cell regulation, brain cortex and psychiatric disorders

Pakavarin Louphrasitthiphol
17.40Closing RemarksEND OF SYMPOSIUM

To date the following speakers have been confirmed for the event:

Igor Adameyko, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden

Riccardo Fodde, Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Andras Latakos, Cambridge Stem Cell Institute

Luca Magnani, Institute of Cancer Research, London

Silvia Santos, Francis Crick Institute, London

Maria Abad, Altos Labs - Cambridge Institute of Science

Ahmed Ahmed, University of Oxford

Katie Bentley, The Francis Crick Institute, London

Steve Pollard, University of Edinburgh

Anjali Kusumbe, University of Oxford

Angela Russell, University of Oxford

Chris Toepfer, University of Oxford

Craig MacClean, University of Oxford

Eric O’Neill, University of Oxford

Francesco Boccellato, University of Oxford

Nicola Smart, University of Oxford

Mirjana Efremova, Queen Mary University of London

Siim Pauklin, University of Oxford

WE THANK OUR SPONSORS FOR THEIR SUPPORT