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Prof. Francisco Fernandez-Aviles ,
The 2019 ESC Congress was a great experience for the ESC Working Group on Cardiovascular Regenerative and Reparative Medicine. Several sessions focused on the topic and interesting studies were presented. Of note, the announcement of Prof. Zimmermann that some tissue engineering solutions are about to start the clinical research phase in humans was especially important. In addition, several preclinical studies with exosomes and other cell-free products were presented. The expectations in the field are more realistic than few years ago, and the hard work of many researchers ensures a future clinical application of these advanced therapies.
During the Congress, the WG Nucleus celebrated a face-to-face meeting and all WG members had the chance to meet and interact with other Working Groups during the ESC WG Networking Reception.
In addition to the ESC Congress, the WG on Cardiovascular Regenerative and Reparative Medicine has organized two webinars focused on New concepts in cardiac regeneration with more than 400 participants. You can see those webinars on our education webpage.
Last but not least, please do not forget to send your abstracts to participate in the 2020 Frontiers in Cardiovascular Biomedicine conference. Deadline will be next October 25th.
Session: Cardiac tissue engineering: disease modelling and novel therapeutics
Presentation: The challenge of mature cardiac tissue formed from pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes
Session: Mechanisms behind intrinsic myocardial repair and regeneration
Presentation: Extracellular matrix in cardiac repair and regeneration
Presentation: Myocardial repair and regeneration: state of the art
Presentation: T-cells in cardiac repair and regeneration
Session: Cells, Cell Cycle, Cell Senescence, Cell Death
Presentation: CRISPR/dCas9 Activated Expression of Cardiomyocyte Differentiation Factors in CDCs in Myocardial Infarctions
Presentation: N-cadherin promotes cardiac regeneration by stabilizing beta-catenin
Session: IPS disease modelling and congenital heart disease
Presentation: Differentiation of iPS-derived cardiac mesoderm cells into cardiomyocytes using inducible shRNA
Session: Insights into cardiac cell biology for repair and regeneration
Presentation: Exosomes mediate myocardial regeneration of cardiac progenitor cells in a swine model of dilated
Presentation: The cardiac endothelial cell transcriptome in neonatal, adult, and remodeling hearts
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