Human Development - from Embryos to Stem Cell Models Pre-meeting Webinar (Virtual)

 

September 21, 2022

The pre-meeting webinar will start at 19:00 (Standard China Time GMT/UTC)

 

Organizers:


Guojun Sheng, Kumamoto University
Cantas Alev, Kyoto University
Hongkui Deng, Peking University

Alfonso Martinez-Arias, Universidad Pompeu Fabra
Janet Rossant, The Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto


The Cold Spring Harbor Asia conference on Human Development - from Embryos to Stem Cell Models will be held in-person at Awaji, Japan between March 5 - March 10, 2023. Details of the in-person meeting can be found in the following URL (https://www.csh-asia.org/?content/505)

The organizing committee for the Human Development - from Embryos to Stem Cell Models meeting has also decided to hold a half-day online pre-conference webinar on 21 September 2022 to gather people in the field of Human Developmental to discuss and share insight of the latest develpment in the Developmental Biology field.

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It should be noted that registration for this pre-conference event is completely FREE

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Major Topics:
1. Human development from perspective of comparative embryology 
2. Pre- and peri-implantation stage human development
3. Primate models of human development
4. In vitro 3D reconstitution of human tissues and organs
5. In vitro 3D models of human diseases
6. Novel tools for in vitro reconstitution and analysis of human development


Speakers invited:

TBA