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Agenda SLTB 2019 - Seville

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02 OCTOBER 2019, WEDNESDAY
Cell Therapy Workshop in collaboration with SCUG
"Paraninfo" Assembly Hall, "Rectorado" Building, Seville, Spain
Time Speaker Topic
09:30 COFFEE AND REGISTRATION 30 minutes
10:00 INTRODUCTION: Tamara Geach Stem Cell User Group Organiser and chair
10:20 Mike Watts (UCLH) GOSH engraftment issues
10:40 Karen Buckland (Cell and Gene Therapy-GOS ICH, London) Cryostore CS5 Stability validations
11:00 Allison Hubel (University of Minnesota) Optimising freezing profiles
11:20 Roberto Hernán (Cellulis) Safe, affordable and standardized delivery of cryopreserved therapies
11:40 Coffee break
12:00 Kevin Jestice / Asymptote (Cambridge Hospital, UK) Dry or wet thawing; dare to compare.
12:20 Stephanie Ingleton (UCLH, London) Influence of cooling rate on clonogenic cell recovery
12:40 Kieron Edwards-Pritchard (Biodock) Biodock and maximising cryogenic storage capacity
13:00 Francisco Moniche (HU Virgen del Rocio) Bone marrow stem cell and ischemic stroke
13:20 Francisco José Calero (HU Virgen del Rocío – Ibis) 3D Bioprinting of skeletal muscle constructs with different bioink and the use of bioreactor for stimulating
13:40 Iñaki Roke Oruezabal (IATA) Cell therapy model in the Andalusian Public Healthcare System
14:00 LUNCH
15:00 Mick McClean (Atelerix) Storage and transport of cells and tissues at room temperature
15:20 John Morris General Electric Healthcare
15:40 Lisa O'Connor (OLCHC Crumlin ) The effect of long term storage on cryopreserved Haematopoietic Stem Cells
16:00 Michael Schenk (Miltenyi Biotec in Collaboration with Dr. Sandra Loaiza, John Goldman Centre for Cellular Therapy, Hammersmith Hospital) Cryopreservation and CliniMACS Prodigy: Regenerating virus specific T cells from frozen DLIs
16:20 Terry McKindley (Deva-Medical) Demonstration of the Zip Thaw thawer
16:40 Open discussion
17:00 Meeting Close
03 OCTOBER 2019, THURSDAY
Meeting
CLASSROOM "201", PHILOLOGY, "Rectorado" Building, Seville, Spain
Time Speaker / Chair Title
08:00 COFFEE AND REGISTRATION
08:20 Pr. Ramón Risco (Seville, Spain)
Professor of the University of Seville
WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS
08.30 Dr Glyn Stacey (Potters Bar, United Kingdom)
President of the Society of Low Temperature Biology
WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS
08:40 LSG - Life Science Group
Chair: Dr Glyn Stacey (Barley, United Kingdom)
Title
08:50 LSG - Life Science Group
M. Jandová (Czech Republic)
Chair: Dr Glyn Stacey (Barley, United Kingdom)
New cryopreservation technology of HMSCS – first preclinical results using DMSO containing or DMSO-free medium
09:10 LSG - Life Science Group
Y. Petrenko (Czech Republic)
Chair: Dr Glyn Stacey (Barley, United Kingdom)
Different aspects of clinical-grade processing of multipotent mesenchymal stromal cells: focusing the therapeutic properties depending on the cell source, hypothermic storage and cryopreservation conditions
09:30 Dr Christiani Amorim (Université Catholique de Louvain, Brussels, Belgium)
Chair: Dr Ramón Risco and Dr Ariadna Corral (Seville, Spain)
Title
10:00 Chair: Dr Ramón Risco and Dr Ariadna Corral (Seville, Spain) Coffee break, poster presentations and sponsor exhibitions
10:30 Dr Zuzana Holubcova (Faculty of Medicine, University of Masaryk, Brno, Czech Republic) Vitrification of human eggs for fertility preservation - hype or hope?
11:00 Dr Miguel Gallardo (Unidad Hospitalaria Malo Clinic, Lisbon, Portugal)
Oral Presentation
Human oocytes and zygotes are ready for ultra-fast vitrification after 2 minutes of exposure to standard CPA solutions
11:20 T. Yurchuk (Ukraine)
Oral Presentation
Fertilization Rate and further embryo development of human vitrified MII oocytes matured in vitro from GV stage oocytes in medium supplemented with insulin growth factor-I
11:40 I. Kratochvilova (Czech Republic)
Oral Presentation
Vitrification of human oocytes: the relationship between incubation timing before freezing and after thawing with state of thawed oocytes and utilization effectivity
12:00 M.H. Bhat (Canada)
Oral Presentation
Positive effect of 3-O-Methylglucose on post thaw in bull sperm
12:20 LUNCH/AGM
13:30 Dr Estefania Paredes (Universidade de Vigo, Vigo, Spain) From the Ocean to the freezer and back
14:00 P. Heres (Spain) Cryopreservation of marine resources and its application on aquaculture industry and biodiversity conservation
14:20 Dr Elena Gonzalez de Benito (Technical University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain) Genetic and epigenetic stability after cryopreservation: is there real concern? Plant cases
14:50 H. Wilms (Belgium) Droplet vitrification: a success story for multiple crops, now including coconut
15:10 J. Nadarajan (New Zealand) New Zealand’s Actinidia sp. germplasm conservation using cryopreservation
15:30 R. Folgado (USA) An ultracool desert garden
15:50 Coffee break, poster presentations and sponsor exhibitions
16:20 Dr Peter Kilbride (General Electric Healthcare, Cambridge, United Kingdom)
Chair: Dr Christiani Amorim (Brussels, Belgium)
Recovery and post-thaw assessment of human umbilical cord blood cryopreserved in quality control segments and bulk sample
16:50 P. Mericka (Czech Republic)
Oral Presentation
Assessment of viability of long-term stored cryopreserved allogeneic venous grafts using vital fluorescence dyes and confocal microscopy
17:10 F. Bischoff (United States)
Oral Presentation
Efficacy of a Novel Precision Dry Thawing System: Preservation of Plasma Anti/Coagulation Proteins Necessary for Use in the Clinic.
17:30 Departure for a visit to the ETSI and the CNA by bus
20:00 Dinner and award ceremony
04 OCTOBER 2019, FRIDAY
Meeting
CLASSROOM "201", PHILOLOGY, "Rectorado" Building, Seville, Spain
Time Speaker / Chair Title
08:00 REGISTRATION
08:30 B. Glasmacher (Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover, Germany)
Chair: Chair: Birgit Glasmacher (Hannover, Germany) and Dr Alasdair Kay (York, United Kingdom)
Towards biobanking of tissue-engineered products
08:50 D. Olver (Canada)
Chair: Birgit Glasmacher (Hannover, Germany) and Dr Alasdair Kay (York, United Kingdom)
A meta-analysis of the Boyle van’t Hoff relation and new developments in osmotic regulation modeling
09:10 M. Awan (United Kingdom)
Chair: Birgit Glasmacher (Hannover, Germany) and Dr Alasdair Kay (York, United Kingdom)
Post cryopreservation delayed cell death in hepatic organoids is linked to cell-matrix interactions
09:50 G. Palmer (United Kingdom)
Chair: Birgit Glasmacher (Hannover, Germany) and Dr Alasdair Kay (York, United Kingdom)
Improving sample identification and reducing risks during cryostorage of vitrified gametes and embryos using radio frequency identification (RFID) tags that operate while samples are immersed in liquid nitrogen
10:10 M. Faltus (Czech Republic)
Chair: Birgit Glasmacher (Hannover, Germany) and Dr Alasdair Kay (York, United Kingdom)
Thermal analysis methods as a tool for development of cryopreservation protocols
10:30 Coffee break, poster presentations and sponsor exhibitions
11:00 I. Buriak (Ukraine)
Chair: Dr Alasdair Kay (York, United Kingdom) Birgit Glasmacher (Hannover, Germany)
The cryoprotectant DMSO. Identifying problems and developing its safe and effective use
11:20 TO. Polivanova (Ukraine)
Chair: Dr Alasdair Kay (York, United Kingdom) Birgit Glasmacher (Hannover, Germany)
Fibroblast cryopreservation in nanocrystalline cerium dioxide containing media
11:40 A.R. Jesus (Portugal)
hair: Dr Alasdair Kay (York, United Kingdom) Birgit Glasmacher (Hannover, Germany)
New cryoprotectants based on natural deep eutectic solvents
12:00 P. Kilbride (General Electric Healthcare, Cambridge, United Kingdom)
hair: Dr Alasdair Kay (York, United Kingdom) Birgit Glasmacher (Hannover, Germany)
Fructose oligosaccharides as a novel cryoprotectant for mammalian cells
12:20 I. Kratochvilova (Czech Republic)
hair: Dr Alasdair Kay (York, United Kingdom) Birgit Glasmacher (Hannover, Germany)
Critical defects in cryopreserved cell nuclei: DNA structure changes s
12:40 LUNCH
13:40 Planner
Dr Barry Fuller (UCL Medical School, London, United Kingdom)
Chair: Dr Alberto Olmo (Seville, Spain)
Title
14:10 Planner
Dr Clare Selden (UCL Medical School, London, United Kingdom)
Chair: Dr Alberto Olmo (Seville, Spain)
An "Off The Shelf" Cryopreservable Regenerative Medicine Cell Therapy (cATMP) For Treating Patients With Liver Failure - UCL BioArtificial Liver Machine
14:40 Planner
Dr Birgit Glasmacher (Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover, Germany)
Chair: Dr Alberto Olmo (Seville, Spain)
Cells surviving the ice age
15:10 Coffee break, poster presentations and sponsor exhibitions
15:40 Dr. Juan Hernandez-Medrano (Nottingham University, United Kingdom)
Chair: Dr Ramón Risco (Seville, Spain) and Dr Ariadna Corral (Seville, Spain)
Myometrial function and viability following controlled-rate cryopreservation of ovine uteri
16:10 Ramón Risco (Spain)
Chair: Dr Ramón Risco (Seville, Spain) and Dr Ariadna Corral (Seville, Spain)
TBA
16:30 Prof Christiani Amorim (Université Catholique de Louvain, Brussels, Belgium)
Dr Ariadna Corral (University of Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain)
Final remarks and closing ceremony
05 OCTOBER 2019, SATURDAY
Optional Seville Tour

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