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Program

Vasculata 2019Postflyer

July 15-18, 2019 

Medical College of Wisconsin Campus

Organizers:
Veronica Flood, MD; Daisy Sahoo, PhD; Angie Holtz; Michael Widlansky, MD; and Ramani Ramchandran, PhD

Monday, July 15

Registration and Breakfast – 7:00-7:50am
7:50am   Welcome
      Joseph Kerschner, Medical College of Wisconsin
      Ivor Benjamin, Medical College of Wisconsin
8:05am   Keynote Speaker
      Curt Sigmund, Medical College of Wisconsin
       

Lung

9:05am   Developmental and inflammatory disorders of pulmonary circulation in children and adults
      Girija Ganesh Konduri, Medical College of Wisconsin
    TBD
      Elizabeth Jacobs, Medical College of Wisconsin
9:35am   Pulmonary arteriovenous malformations in congenital heart disease: a translational research perspective
      Andrew Spearman, Medical College of Wisconsin
       
10:05am   Break
     
10:25am   Vascular regression by irradiation: Role of the Notch Pathway
      Meetha Medhora, Medical College of Wisconsin
11:00am   Akt-mediated phosphorylation of the C-terminus domain of Hsp70 regulates the alternate binding of OLA1 and CHIP to control the mitochondrial import of SOD2
      Adeleye James Afolayan, Medical College of Wisconsin
11:25am   Mechanosensitive mechanism of angiogenesis and lung regeneration
      Akiko Mammoto, Medical College of Wisconsin
     

Lunch Break – 12:00-1:00pm

     

Workshop Session A -- 1:10-3:00pm

    Drug Discovery
      John Imig, Medical College of Wisconsin
      Blake Hill, Medical College of Wisconsin
    Glycomics and Glycoproteomics
      Karin Hoffmeister, Blood Research Institute
      Waseem Anani, Medical College of Wisconsin
      Heather Ashwood, Medical College of Wisconsin
      Christopher Ashwood, Medical College of Wisconsin
    Learn what types of skills you need, and how to develop them, in order to obtain your ideal job
      Julie Tetzlaff, Medical College of Wisconsin
    Manipulating Genomes with CRISPR
      Aron Geurts, Medical College of Wisconsin
    State-of-the-Art Mass Spectrometry for Proteomics
      Rebekah Gundry, Medical College of Wisconsin
      Amanda Buchberger Jones, Medical College of Wisconsin
 
Poster Session A -- 3:00-5:00pm
     

Tuesday, July 16th

Registration and Breakfast – 7:00-7:50am
7:50am   Welcome
      Reza Shaker, Clinical & Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin, Medical College of Wisconsin
     

Heart

8:00am   Take another little piece of my heart; starting with Lub-Dub
      Joy Lincoln, Medical College of Wisconsin
8:30am   Exploiting natural variation to understand mechanisms of heart regeneration
      Michaela Patterson, Medical College of Wisconsin
8:55am   DMD-cardiac exosomes contribute to the pathogenesis of DMD cardiomyopathy
      Jennifer Strande, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin
9:20am   Endothelial heterogeneity in vascular injury and regeneration
      Jalees Rehman, University of Illinois at Chicago
9:45am   Mitochondria and neointima formation
      Isabella Grumbach, University of Iowa Health Care
     
10:15am   Break
     

Brain

10:35am   Hypertensive cerebrovascular disease and dementia development: A role for mineralocorticoid receptor signaling
      Anne Dorrance, Michigan State University
11:05am   An isogenic model of the blood-brain barrier from human pluripotent stem cells
      Sean P. Palecek, University of Wisconsin-Madison
11:30am   Basal cell spreading precedes and enhances rosette formation in human pluripotent stem cell-derived neural progenitor cells
      Ken Taniguchi, Medical College of Wisconsin
     
Lunch Break – 12:00-1:00pm
     
Workshop Session B – 1:10-3:00pm
    Big Data Analysis
      Kristen Osinski, Clinical & Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin
    Precision Medicine
      Michael T. Zimmermann, Medical College of Wisconsin
    Team Science
      Mingyu Liang, MB, Medical College of Wisconsin
    Glycomics and Glycoproteomics
      Karin Hoffmeister, Medical College of Wisconsin
      Waseem Anani, Medical College of Wisconsin
      Heather Ashwood, Medical College of Wisconsin
      Christopher Ashwood, Medical College of Wisconsin
    Modeling Vascular Disease in Zebrafish
      Matthew B. Veldman, Medical College of Wisconsin
     
Poster Session B -- 3:00-5:00pm
     

Wednesday, July 17th

Registration and Breakfast – 7:00-7:50am
7:50am   Welcome
      Gilbert C. White, Medical College of Wisconsin
     

Kidney/Renal

 8:00am   Role of mTOR signaling in experimental salt-induced hypertension and kidney injury
      Allen Cowley, Medical College of Wisconsin
 8:30am   Consequences of impaired autoregulation of renal blood flow
      Alison Kriegel, Medical College of Wisconsin
 9:00am   Two-photon imaging of intracellular Ca2+ handling in smooth muscle cells of freshly isolated arteries
      Alexander Staruschenko, Medical College of Wisconsin
 9:30am   Role of p66Shc in Regulation of Microvascular Reactivity of Renal Blood Vessels
     

Andrey Sorokin, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin

       
10:00am  

Break

 

Blood

    TBD
      Debra Newman, Medical College of Wisconsin
    Anti-Cancer therapy induced microvascular dysfunction – role of mitochondrial DNA damage
      Andreas Beyer, Medical College of Wisconsin
    Vascular function and dysfunction
      Magdalena Chrzanowska-Wodnicka, Medical College of Wisconsin
    Mechanical and molecular mechanisms of aortic remodeling in response to coarctation severity
      John LaDisa, Marquette University and Medical College of Wisconsin
 
Lunch Break – 12:00-1:00pm
 
1:30pm   Boat Tour
       
5:30pm   Reception Dinner
       

Thursday, July 18th

Registration and Breakfast – 7:00-7:50am
8:00am   Keynote Speaker
      Luisa Iruela-Arispe, University of California, Los Angeles
     
9:00am   Break
       
9:30am   Talks selected from abstracts
       
11:00am   Concluding Remarks
      Daisy Sahoo, Medical College of Wisconsin