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ESC Working Groups highlights from past ESC Congresses

ESC Congress 2019, Paris

WG on Adult Congenital Heart Disease

WG on Aorta & Peripheral Vascular Diseases

WG on Atherosclerosis & Vascular Biology

WG on Cardiovascular Regenerative & Reperative Medicine

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

WG on Cellular Biology of the Heart

WG on Coronary Pathophysiology & Microcirculation

WG on Development, Anatomy & Pathology

WG on e-Cardiology

WG on Pulmonary Circulation & Right Ventricular Function