- In vitro neurological disease models
- Early zygotic development and stem cell pluripotency
- 3D cell culture models
- Preclinical and clinical stem cell research
As usual, the program will feature primarily short presentations from PhD students and postdocs, and the best PhD student presentation will again be awarded with a cash prize (and a handsome certificate and trophy).
The conference concludes with a gala dinner on the evening of October 31 (Halloween costumes not required).
Associate Professor of Genetics
Yale Stem Cell Center
Child Study Center
Park will be speaking about his research into the mechanisms of iPS cell reprogramming and their use in modeling brain disease.
See In Hyun Park´s profile at Yale for more information about his research
Parkinson’s UK Senior Research Fellow
Centre for Regenerative Medicine
University of Edinburgh
Kunath will be speaking about his use of iPS cells to create in vitro models of Parkinson´s disease.
See Tino Kunath´s profile at the University of Edinburgh for more information about his research
Registration is required and the registration deadline is August 30 – so don´t delay!
For registration, abstract submission and hotel booking contact Gry Selje Holme, email@example.com with the subject heading “Soria Moria 2017”.