The Institute for Regenerative Medicine will host a virtual edition of our annual retreat on Tuesday, January 26, 2021 from 1 PM to 5 PM. This year, we plan to focus on collaborations: how have IRM researchers recently partnered on exciting projects and how can we foster new team science efforts. We hope to share examples of team-ups across disciplines, approaches, and the basic/clinical gap. Our goal is to have an afternoon of great discussion to help you think about your own research and what is possible in the coming years.
If you have any questions, please email Chris Yarosh (email@example.com).
IRM Stem Cell Club
Wednesday, February 17, 2021 at 4 PM EST
Junpei Ito, DVM, PhD (University of Tokyo)
Kotaro Sasaki, MD, PhD (University of Pennsylvania)
“Multi-modal and multi-scale identification of pro-fibrotic mechanisms of tendon healing”
Open to all. Join us for this IRM-sponsored installment of the Distinguished Seminar Series, which features notable researchers from institutions around the world.
This week, we are hosting Nancy Allbritton, M.D., Ph.D. from Washington University.
Meeting ID: 928 8183 0400
Join us for the IRM’s spring symposium! This year, we are taking a comprehensive look at hematopoietic stem cells: their biology, their failure in bone marrow syndromes, and their use in gene therapy approaches. Come learn all about these topics and more from Penn experts and leaders from around the world. Consistent with COVID-19 related health guidelines, this will be a virtual event.
Sean Morrison, Ph.D. UT Southwestern
Jeﬀ Magee, M.D., Ph.D. Washington University St. Louis
Daniel Lucas, Ph.D. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
Camilla Forsberg, Ph.D. UC Santa Cruz
Paula Rio Galdo, Ph.D. CIEMAT/CIBERER, Spain
Saar Gill, M.D., Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania
Stefano Rivella, Ph.D. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Vijay G. Sankaran, M.D., Ph.D. Boston Children’s Hospital
Akiko Shimamura, M.D., Ph.D. Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Daria Babushok, M.D., Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania
We are excited to offer students and postdoctoral researchers the opportunity to present during this event! Trainees working in the broad area of hematopoietic stem cell biology or related disease and therapy areas are invited to submit abstracts for posters and consideration for lightning talks! Please read the information below and indicate your preferences during registration. Prizes will be awarded!
Lightning talks: A select number of trainees will be chosen to present 1 slide, 90-second overviews of their research during the main session of our event. These talks are “pitches” or previews of your poster sessions and should get your colleagues excited to come learn more about your work. Lightning talk speakers will be chosen from submitted abstracts and notified the week prior to our event.
Posters: Posters will be presented during our lunch hour in individual Zoom rooms. Please create a short slide deck corresponding to the sections of a traditional poster (Introduction, Methods, Results, Conclusions, etc.). Attendees will be free to circulate into your Zoom room and listen as you present and ask questions. Judges will evaluate posters for potential prizes!
Abstract format and submission
Abstracts must include a title, authors and affiliations, and no more than 250 words describing the research.
Abstracts are due by 5 PM EST on Friday, February 26th. Submit abstracts via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Use “HSC Symposium Abstract” as the subject line.
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