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Presentation Instructions

Oral Presentations Guidelines

Please check the Technical Program for your scheduled presentation time - speaking slots are 15 minutes (including Q&A) for selected speakers, and 30 minutes for Invited Speakers (please check the schedule). Please note that each time slot includes 3-5 minutes for Q&A. Presentations should be in Powerpoint format and either emailed to gabrl@aiche.org, or uploaded to the projection computer at least 45 minutes prior to the start of your session.

Poster Presentations Guidelines

  • The Poster Session will be held on the evening of Thursday, December 12th immediately after programming. Please set your posters up (corresponding with your poster number) as soon as you arrive to display your poster for the duration of the meeting.
  • Poster presenting authors are responsible for printing, setting-up and taking down their poster; mounting supplies will be provided.
  • The poster board surface will be 30 x 40 inches, portrait or landscape – it is recommended to print your posters within the aforementioned constraints.
  • Posters should be promptly taken down before the end of the morning coffee break on Friday

Number

Poster Title

First Name

Last Name

1

Mediator Kinase Inhibition Promotes Naive Pluripotency

Cian

Lynch

2

Deciphering In Vivo Reprogramming

Dafni

Chondronasiou

3

Deciphering the Interplay between the Immune System and In Vivo Reprogramming

Elena

Melendez

4

Studying Wilms Tumor 1 (WT1) Function in Human Kidney Development and Disease Using Human Pluripotent Stem Cells-Derived Organoids and Genome Editing

Idoia Lucia

Selfa Aspiroz

5

Visualization of Mediator Complexes in Naive and Primed Embryonic Pluripotent Cells

Isabel

Calvo

6

Optimization of Inner Ear Organoid Derivation Using a Novel Multiplex Reporter Human Embryonic Stem Cell Line

Jing

Nie

7

Self-Organizing Synthetic Endodermal Populations Derived from a Genetically Encoded GATA6 Program

Joshua

Hislop

8

Modelling Rett Syndrome in a 3D Platform for Cardiac Differentiation of Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells

Maria Margarida

Diogo

9

Recapitulating the Somitogenesis in Vitro to Identify Novel Causative Genes for Congenital Bone Diseases

Marina

Matsumiya

10

TSG14 of Human Umbilical Cord Blood-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells Ameliorate Hyperoxia Induced Neonatal Lung Injury through Macrophage Polarization

Miyeon

Kim

11

Identification of Senescence-Associated IL6 As a Key Component for Cellular Reprogramming

Noelia

Alcazar

12

Recapitulation of Tissue Epithelialization and Its Clearance Function in Self-Organized Ex Vivo Assays

Queralt

Tolosa Ramon

13

CDK8/19 Inhibition Stabilizes Human Naive Pluripotency

Raquel

Bernad

14

Strategies for Better Intestinal Tissue Generation

Samah

Alharbi

15

Bulk Actin Dynamics Drive Phase Segregation in Zebrafish Oocytes

Shayan

Shamipour

16

Large Scale Production of Cerebellar Organoids from Human Pluripotent Stem Cells Using the Novel Vertical-Wheel Single-Use Bioreactors

Tiago

Fernandes

17

Engineering Human Pluripotent Stem Cells (hPSCs) Lines with CRISPR/Cas9 for Inducible Knock out in Kidney Organoids

Andrés Marco

Giménez