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First Intestinal Epithelial Research Symposium

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This one-day symposium aims to bring together Cambridge based researchers and scientists with an interest in the intestinal epithelium. In addition to presenting current work, share experiences and highlight future perspectives, there will be plenty of opportunities to network and connect. We hope that this meeting will become a regular annual event and provide a platform to generate ideas and build new collaborations.

Confirmed speakers include:
  • Douglas Winton (CRUK Cambridge Institute)
  • Ludovic Vallier (Cambridge Stem Cell Institute)
  • Bon-Kyoung Koo (Cambridge Stem Cell Institute)
  • Simon Buczacki (CRUK Cambridge Institute)
  • Patrick Varga-Weisz (Babraham Institute)
  • Marc Veldhoen (Babraham Institute)
  • Matthias Zilbauer (Department of Paediatrics,CU)
Main topics covered:
  • Intestinal stem cells and cancer development
  • Intestinal epithelial organoid culture models
  • Genome editing of intestinal epithelial organoids
  • Epigenetic regulation of intestinal epithelial cell function
  • Host gut epithelium-microbe interactions

Register by 6th April 2016: First Intestinal Epithelial Research Symposium

Contact: Matthias Zilbauer (mz304@medschl.cam.ac.uk)

Preliminary Programme:
  • 8.30 – 9.00 Registration and Coffee
  • 9.00 Welcome – Matthias Zilbauer
  • 9.10 tbd, Douglas Winton Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
  • 9.50 “Toenails to tumours: targeting quiescent intestinal cancer stem cell”, Simon Buczacki Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
  • 10.30 – 11.00 Coffee Break
  • 11.00 “Stomach stem cells in homeostatic turnover of adult stomach epithelium”, Bon-Kyoung Koo Wellcome Trust – MRC Stem Cell Institute
  • 11.40 “DNA methylation in the human intestinal epithelium during development and paediatric IBD ”, Matthias Zilbauer Department of Paediatrics, University of Cambridge
  • 12.20 “Chromatin remodeling and intestinal homeostasis”, Patrick Vagar-Weisz Nuclear Dynamics, Babraham Institute
  • 13.00 – 14.00 Lunch Break
  • 14.00 “Epithelial barriers: maintaining and directing T cell responses”, Marc Veldhoen Laboratory for Lymphocyte Signalling and Development, Babraham Institute
  • 14.40 “Developing hIPSC-derived intestinal organoids as an infection model for Salmonella”, Jessica Forbester Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute
  • 15.00 “Role of enteroendocrine L-cells in Arginine Vasopressin- mediated inhibition of colonic anion secretion”, Ramona Pais Wellcome Trust – MRC Institute of Metabolic Science
  • 15.20 Information from our Sponsors
  • 15.30 – 16.00 Coffee Break
  • 16.00 “Derivation and characterisation of Intestinal organoid from human pluripotent stem cell”, Ludovic Vallier Wellcome Trust – MRC Stem Cell Institute and Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute
  • 16.40 Closing Remarks – Matthias Zilbauer

This talk is part of the First Intestinal Epithelial Research Symposium series.

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