Programme  Titles  Presenters 
Sunday, September 25, 2016
11:00-14:00  Registration
Claremont Lobby
14:00-14:15  Welcome and Introduction
14:15-15:00  Shinya Yamanaka, Kyoto University, Japan; Gladstone Institutes, USA
Empire Ballroom
15:00-15:30  Christine Mummery, Leiden University Medical Centre, The Netherlands; University of Twente, The Netherlands
Empire Ballroom
15:30-16:00  Refreshment break
Claremont Ballroom
16:00-16:30  Hongkui Deng, Peking University, China
Empire Ballroom
16:30-17:00  Lorenz Studer, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, USA
Empire Ballroom
17:00-18:00  Panel on ethical considerations for clinical translation of iPSC research
Empire Ballroom
18:00-19:00  Welcome reception
 
Monday, September 26, 2016
06:30-07:15  Organized group run with Shinya Yamanaka (sign-up required)
Claremont Hotel & Spa Lobby
08:00-09:00  Registration and breakfast pastries
Claremont Ballroom
09:00-09:30  George Q. Daley, Boston Children’s Hospital, USA; Harvard Medical School, USA
Empire Ballroom
09:30-10:00  Marius Wernig, Stanford University, USA
Empire Ballroom
10:00-10:15  Short talk : Challenge toward clinical trial for spinal cord injury using iPS cells
Empire Ballroom
10:15-10:45  Refreshment break
Claremont Ballroom
10:45-11:15  Sheng Ding, Gladstone Institutes , USA ; University of California, San Francisco, USA
Empire Ballroom
11:15-11:30  Short talk : Single cell transcriptomics reveals a deterministic trajectory of cell fate conversion during direct cardiac reprogramming
Empire Ballroom
11:30-12:00  Kristin Baldwin, The Scripps Research Institute, USA
Empire Ballroom
12:00-12:15  Short talk : Using induced pluripotent stem cells to dissect pathways, discover new therapeutics, and develop models for late-onset, sporadic alzheimer’s disease
Empire Ballroom
12:15-13:15  Lunch
Napa, Monterey, Sonoma Rooms + Meritage Restaurant
13:15-15:00  Poster session -1
Claremont Ballroom
15:00-15:30  Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte, Salk Institute for Biological Studies, USA
Empire Ballroom
15:30-16:00  Kathrin Plath, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Empire Ballroom
16:00-16.30  Refreshment break
Claremont Ballroom
16:30-17:00  Sandra Engle, Vertex Pharmaceuticals Inc., USA
Empire Ballroom
17:00-17:15  Short talk :Therapeutic screenings for mtDNA brain disease with patient-derived neural cells
Empire Ballroom
17:15-17:45  Koji Eto, Kyoto University, Japan
Empire Ballroom
19:00-22:00  Meet the speakers dinner (ticket holders only)
 
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
08:00-09:00  Registration and breakfast pastries
Claremont Ballroom
09:00-09:30  Hans R. Schöler, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine, Germany
Empire Ballroom
09:30-10:00  Guo-li Ming, Johns Hopkins University, USA
Empire Ballroom
10:00-10:15  Short talk : Novel genomic DNA modification N6-me-dA in mouse ESC and iPSC
Empire Ballroom
10:15-10:45  Refreshment break
Claremont Ballroom
10:45-11:15  Kazutoshi Takahashi, Kyoto University, Japan
Empire Ballroom
11:15-11:30  Short talk : In Vivo reprogramming: Reversing Glial scar for brain repair
Empire Ballroom
11:30-11:45  Short talk : Stage-specific induced pluripotent stem cells delineate a roadmap to myeloid transformation
Empire Ballroom
11:45-12:15  Kevin Eggan, Harvard University, USA
Empire Ballroom
12:15-13:15  Lunch
Napa, Monterey, Sonoma Rooms + Meritage Restaurant
13:15-14:45  Poster session -2
Claremont Ballroom
14:45-15:30  Q&A Session with the Cell Press Editors
Empire Ballroom
15:30-16:00  Deepak Srivastava, Gladstone Institutes, USA; University of California, San Francisco, USA
Empire Ballroom
16:00-16:30  Magdalena Götz, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany; University of Munich, Germany
Empire Ballroom
16:30-17:00  Refreshment break
Claremont Ballroom
17:00-17:30  Nissim Benvenisty, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Empire Ballroom
17:30-18:15  Closing Keynote Speaker: Rudolf Jaenisch, Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, USA; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Empire Ballroom
18:15-18:25  Closing Remarks
Empire Ballroom
 
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