Meeting Schedule and List of Posters

Weinstein 2014 - Program - Condensed

Weinstein 2014 - Program - Detailed

Thursday, May 8  
12:30-18:00 Registration
14:00-14:15 Opening remarks and welcome
14:15-15:30 Keynote Lecture
Chair: Borja Ibáñez        
  Valentín Fuster Madrid & New York  ES&US From traslational research to CNIC. A personal trip.
15:30-16:00 Coffee break
16:00-18:30 Platform Session I: Cardiac progenitors and lineages
Chairs: Miguel Torres and Robert Kelly      
  Walter Devine San Francisco US Early patterning and specification of cardiac progenitors in gastrulating mesoderm.
  Joshua Wythe San Francisco US Dual lineage analysis of the first and second heart fields.
  Fabienne Lescroart Brussels BE Early lineage restriction in temporally distinct populations of mesp1 progenitors during mammalian heart development.
  Kenta Yashiro London UK Cardiac precursor cells in the first heart field are unipotent with a distinct genetic programme.
  Linglin Xie Grand Forks US GATA4 regulates second heart field cell cycle progression for atrial septation.
  Antoon F. Moorman Amsterdam NL A comprehensive 3D atlas and quantitative database of human development.
  Margaret Buckingham Paris FR A lineage tree for the myocardium of the heart.
18:30-18:45 Piano Spanish music by Abel Sánchez-Aguilera Madrid ES

Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757) / Sonata in A Major, K.24
Isaac Albéniz (1860-1909)  / “Eritaña” (final movement from “Iberia”)           Manuel de Falla (1876-1946) / Ritual Dance of Fire (from “El Amor Brujo”)

18:45-20:00 Welcome cocktail reception
20:00-20:30 Posters 1 (odd numbers) set up 
Friday, May 9        
08:00-09:00 Weinstein business meeting
09:00-10:15 Keynote Lecture
Chair: José Luis de la Pompa      
  Ralf Adams  Münster DE  Molecular regulation of angiogenic blood vessel growth.
10:15-10:30 Coffee break and Posters 1
10:30-12:50 Platform Session II: Genomics and gene regulation
Chairs: Benoit Bruneau and Vincent Christoffels   
  Sophie Payne London UK CHD7 is requied for the epigenetic regulation of key signalling pathways and functional genes during embryonic heart development.
  Joaquim Miguel Vieira Oxford UK Investigation the epigenetic regulation of   Wilms' tumour 1 gene during heart development and disease.
  Irfan Kathiriya San Francisco US Transcription factor dosage for cardiac development.
  Henk van Weerd Amsterdam NL A large permissive regulatory domain controls Tbx3 expression in the cardiac conduction system.
  Jun Wang Houston US A miRNA-Hippo pathway promotes cardiac conduction system regeneration.
  Phil Barnett Amsterdam NL Enhancers and architecture govern the regulation of sodium ion channel Scn5a.
  Enzo Porrello Brisbane AU Genome-wide DNA methylation analysis reveals dynamic changes in the cardiac methylome during post-natal heart development.
12:50-14:30 Lunch and Posters 1
14:30-16:30 Platform Session III: Signaling I
Chairs: Deborah Henderson and James Martin      
  Hannah Al-Sodani San Diego US A Novel Role for Hedgehog Signaling in Cardiac Patterning.
  Tanvi Sinha Birmingham US Building the mammalian outflow tract: A role for planar cell polarity signaling.
  Mathilda Mommersteeg London UK Slit-Robo signalling regulates cardiac cushion formation by locally fine-tuning Noth signalling.
  Rie Saba London UK Sox17 regulates development of the endocardium via Notch signaling pathway.
  Ina Strate Utrecht NL The Glypican 4 "Knypek" promotes cardiomyocyte differentiation of second heart field cells by attenuating canonical Wnt and BMP signaling.
  Stacey Rentschler St. Louis US Wnt signaling regulates atrioventricular junction myocyte programming and is dysregulated in a murine model of ventricular preexcitation.
16:30-17:00 Coffee break and Posters 1
17:00-19:00 Platform Session IV: Signaling II
Chairs: Deborah Yelon and Andy Wessels      
  Gaetano D'Amato Madrid ES Spatio-temporal specificity of Notch ligands underlies ventricular chamber development.
  Nuno Camboa La Jolla US HIF1alfa is required for fetal cardiomyocyte proliferation.
  Thomas Moore-Morris Marseille FR Resident fibroblasts of distinct developmental origins are principal contributors to cardiac fibrosis.
  Amelie Calmont London UK Neural crest and myocardial source of Sema3C orchestrate outflow tract septation through activation of neuropilin 1 positive endocardial cells.
  Bill Chaudhry Newcastle UK Exercise and cardiomyocyte turnover in the aging zebrafish heart.
  Sigolene Meilhac Paris FR Non-canonical modulation of hippo signalling downstream of Fat4 to restrict mouse heart growth.
19:00-19:30 Posters 1 removal & Posters 2 (even numbers) set up      

Saturday, May 10

       
09:00-10:15 Keynote Lecture
Chair: Ramón Muñoz-Chapuli
  Ángela Nieto Alicante ES  Epithelial plasticity in development, cancer and organ degeneration
10:15-10:40 Coffee break and Posters 2
10:40-13:00 Platform Session V: Valve development and disease
Chairs: Roger Markwald and Katherine Yutzey
  Kimberly Sauls Charleston US From genetic discoveries to therapeutic potential in patients with mitral valve prolapse.
  Donal MacGrogan Madrid ES Sequential requirement of notch ligands Dll4 and Jag1 during valvulogenesis and cardiac septation.
  Michel Puceat Marseille FR A reprogramation transcription factor mediates endothelio-mesenchymal of embryonic transition of embryonic endocardial cells and triggers calcification of adult valves.
  Jenny Pestel Bad Nauheim DE Complex cell rearrangements in developing heart valves visualized in 3D.
  Joy Lincoln Columbus US Tgfb1-mediated nuclear exclusion of Sox9 in valve interstitial cells promotes calcification.
  Katherine Yutzey Cincinnati US Loss of Wnt/Beta-Catenin signaling promotes proteoglycan expression during heart valve development and leads to formation of cartilage-like nodules in adult mice.
  Roger Markwald Charleston US Periostin induced intracellular kinase signaling in atrioventricular valve morphogenesis.
13:00-14:30 Lunch and Posters 2  
14:30-16:30 Platform Session VI: Epicardium, coronary vessels and conduction system
Chairs: Takashi Mikawa and Maurice van den Hoff
  Cristina Villa Madrid ES Cell competition stimulates the contribution of epicardium to the developing myocardium.
  Marina Peralta Madrid ES Heartbeat-driven pericardiac fluid forces contribute to epicardium morphogenesis.
  Juan Antonio Guadix Domínguez Leiden NL A new experimental model for cardiac repair: fibrosis and human embryonic stem cells (hESC) differentiation after avian embryonic heart cryocauterization.
  Yuka Morikawa Houston US Regulation of cardiac regeneration by Hippo pathway and dystrophin glycoprotein complex.
  Nathan VanDusen Indianapolis US Inhibition of Notch signaling by endocardial ablation of Hand2 disrupts coronary angiogenesis.
  Alexander von Gise Hannover DE WT1 regulates epicardial VEGFC expression and promotes subepicardial lymphangiogenesis. 
16:30-17:00 Coffee break and Posters 2
17:00-19:00 Platform Session VII: Heart regeneration
Chairs: Richard Harvey and William Pu
  Dorota Bednarek Madrid ES Telomerase is essential for zebrafish heart regeneration.
  Ruilin Zhang La Jolla US Notch signaling regulates chamber transdifferentiation during zebrafish heart regeneration.
  Juliane Munch Madrid ES A balanced Notch level is an essential requisite for heart regeneration.
  Chi-Chung Wu Ulm DE BMP signaling promotes cardiomyocyte de-differentiation and proliferation during zebrafish heart regeneration.
  Ryo Nakamura Tokyo JP Functional roles of the epigenetic factors in mammalian heart regeneration.
  Eldad Tzahor Rehovot IL Heart regeneration and tumorigenicity: oncogenic ErbB2 as a driving force.
19:00-19:15 Meeting closing, Prizes and Next Meeting Announcement
19:15-20:20 Posters 2 removal

 Farewell party begins at 21:00 (cost included in the registration fee).

The farewell party will take place in Teatro Barceló, C/ Barceló 11, 28004 Madrid. Bus transport will be provided to and from the Conference venue. More details will be provided at registration.

 

List of posters* (in alphabetical order of presenting author)

*poster size: 90cm wide x 120cm high

P-1 Luis Aguirre Madrid ES ANALYSIS OF THE 4Q25 ATRIAL FIBRILLATION RISK LOCUS LANDSCAPE IDENTIFIES LONG-RANGE REGULATORY ELEMENTS
P-2 Esther Aix Madrid ES TELOMERE LENGTH AND TELOMERASE ROLES IN CARDIAC REGENERATION
P-3 Jeffrey Amack Syracuse US JUNCTION PLAKOGLOBIN MEDIATES EPITHELIALIZATION OF CILIATED CELLS THAT CONTROL CARDIAC LATERALITY
P-4 Peter Andersen Baltimore US THE SECOND HEART FIELD PRECEDES THE FIRST HEART FIELD
P-5 Amelia Aránega Jaen ES MIR-27B BLOCKS CARDIAC DIFFERENTIATION BY MODULATING WNT-BETA CATENIN CANONICAL PATHWAY
P-6 Kate Bailey Newcastle UK THE ROLE OF RHO KINASE (ROCK) IN COMPACTION OF THE VENTRICULAR WALL
P-7 Vikas Bansal Berlin DE MUSCLE SPECIFIC GENES ARE CHARACTERIZED BY SPECIFIC HISTONE MARKS
P-8 Juan Bernal Madrid ES EXERCISE TRIGGERS RIGHT-VENTRICULAR DYSFUNCTION IN MICE EXPRESSING HUMAN PLAKOPHILIN-2 DISEASE-CAUSING MUTATION
P-9 Michael Boylan Manchester UK POINT MUTATION IN PRPF8 CAUSES ABERRATIONS IN CARDIOGENESIS AND LATERALITY ESTABLISHMENT
P-10 Michael Bressan San Francisco US SLOW CONDUCTION FATE IN THE ATRIOVENTRICULAR JUNCTION IS PATTERNED BY THE INITIATION OF VALVE FORMATION
P-11 Alberto Briones-Leon Newcastle UK TBX1 INTERACTS WITH PAX9 DURING PHARYNGEAL ARCH ARTERY DEVELOPMENT
P-12 Danielle Brown Newcastle UK RARE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR VARIANTS WITH FUNCTIONAL EFFECTS IN PEOPLE WITH TETRALOGY OF FALLOT
P-13 Luca Brunelli Salt Lake US HIGH CAPACITY 3-D ANALYSIS OF THE EMBRYONIC VENTRICULAR MYOCARDIAL WALL IN MICE
P-14 Luca Brunelli Salt Lake US ISOLATING RECOMBINANTS WITHOUT SELECTABLE MARKERS FOR ONE- STEP SEAMLESS BAC MUTAGENESIS
P-15 Matthew Burney London UK BIOINFORMATIC SELECTION OF CANDIDATE REGULATORY REGIONS AT GENES DIFFERENTIALLY REGULATED IN CHD7 MUTANT EMBRYONIC HEARTS
P-16 Geoff Burns Charlestown US THE AP-1 TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR COMPONENT FOSL2 POTENTIATES MYOCARDIAL DIFFERENTIATION FROM THE ZEBRAFISH SECOND HEART FIELD
P-17 Emmeline Calkoen Leiden NL THE IMPACT OF VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH FACTOR ON THE FUNCTION OF THE SINO-ATRIAL NODE
P-18 Marina Campione Padova IT REGIONALIZED EXPRESSION OF ANKIRIN REPEAT DOMAIN 1 GENE IS ESSENTIAL TO REGULATE MULTIPLE ASPECTS OF SINOATRIAL DEVELOPMENT AND VENTRICULAR TRABECULATION
P-19 Elena Cano Rincón Málaga ES THE PROEPICARDIUM KEEPS A POTENTIAL FOR GLOMERULAR DIFFERENTIATION INDICATIVE OF AN EVOLUTIONARY ORIGIN RELATED WITH PRONEPHROS
P-20 Cinzia Caprio Napoli IT p53 SUPPRESSION PARTIALLY RESCUES THE CARDIOVASCULAR DEFECTS OF Tbx1 MUTANTS
P-21 Rita Carmona Malaga ES ONTOGENIC CONTRIBUTION OF MESODERMAL PRO/EPICARDIAL CELL TO CORONARY ENDOTHELIUM
P-22 Samira Chabab Brussels BE CONTRIBUTION AND ORGANIZATION OF MESP1 PROGENITORS DURING   EMBRYONIC MOUSE HEART MORPHOGENESIS
P-23 Li Chen Houston US MESP1 DIRECTS CELL-FATE DECISION TOWARD MESENDODERM THROUGH DUAL MECHANISM
P-24 Caitlin Clunie-O'Connor Oxford UK IN VITRO ACTIVATION OF HUMAN EPICARDIUM-DERIVED CELLS
P-25 Mauro Costa Clayton AU NKX2-5 KNOCK-IN MOUSE MODEL TO UNDERSTAND COMPLEX CARDIAC DISEASES
P-26 Mauro Costa Clayton AU THE FINGERPRINT OF A CARDIAC FIBROBLAST
P-27 Huanhuan Cui Berlin DE REGULATION OF MYOGENESIS VIA KINASE DRIVEN ACTIVATION OF DPF3a, A BAF COMPLEX MEMBER AND ITS INTERACTION WITH TRANSCRIPTION REPRESSOR HEY1
P-28 Angela Damen Cincinnati US CHARACTERIZATION OF FIBROBLAST HETEROGENEITY AND MATRIX DEPOSITION DURING POSTNATAL CARDIAC DEVELOPMENT
P-29 Bouke de Boer Amsterdam NL OCCUPEAK: CHROMOSOME-BASED
PEAK CALLING IN CHIP-SEQ DATASETS
P-30 Gonzalo Del Monte Nieto Sydney AU EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX AND BIOMECHANICAL FEEDBACK DURING HEART CHAMBER DEVELOPMENT
P-31 Sabine den Hartogh Leiden NL IDENTIFICATION OF EARLY CARDIAC PROGENITOR CELLS USING A MESP1-MCHERRY-NKX2-5-EGFP HESC DUAL REPORTER LINE
P-32 Ann-Christin Dietrich Berlin DE ENDOCARDIAL CHAMBER DIFFERENTIATION: CELL MORPHOLOGY
P-33 Daniel Dilg London UK ROLE OF HIRA IN CARDIOVASCULAR DEVELOPMENT
P-34 Kerry Dorr Chapel Hill US CASZ1 REGULATES CARDIOMYOCYTE PROLIFERATION
P-35 Laurent Dupays London UK BINDING OF NKX2-5 ON EMBRYONIC CARDIAC ENHANCERS THROUGH AN OVERLAPPING SITE WITH MEIS1
P-36 Iain Dykes Oxford UK MUTATIONS IN ZIC2 RESULT IN CARDIAC DEVELOPMENTAL DEFECTS ASSOCIATED WITH DEFECTIVE LEFT-RIGHT PATTERNING
P-37 Steven Ebert Orlando US IMPAIRED CARDIAC ENERGY METABOLISM IN ADRENERGIC-DEFICIENT EMBRYOS
P-38 Jennifer England Nottingham UK TROPOMYOSIN 1: MULTIPLE ROLES IN THE DEVELOPING HEART AND IN THE FORMATION OF CONGENITAL HEART DEFECTS
P-39 Alexandre Francou Marseille FR EPITHELIAL PROPERTIES OF THE MURINE SECOND HEART FIELD
P-40 Enrique Gallego Colon London UK IMMUNE CELLS IN CARDIAC HOMEOSTASIS AND REGENERATION
P-41 Matt Gemberling Durham US INDUCING CARDIAC HYPERPLASIA IN ADULT ZEBRAFISH
P-42 Lara Gharibeh Ottawa CA ESSENTIAL ROLE FOR THE GATA6 TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR IN HEART DEVELOPMENT
P-43 Tushar Ghosh Nottingham UK IDENTIFICATION AND CHARCTERIZATION OF TBX5 AND MEF2C TARGETS IN CHICKS BY MICROARRAY ANALYSIS
P-44 Jesús M Gómez Salinero Madrid ES THE CALCINEURIN   SPLICING ISOFORM CnAβ1   REGULATES EARLY CARDIAC DIFFERENTIATION
P-45 Melisa Gómez-Velázquez Madrid ES REGULATION OF GENOME ARCHITECTURE DURING HEART DEVELOPMENT
P-46 Dimitris Grivas Madrid ES DYNAMIC MIDKINE-A EXPRESSION DURING ZEBRAFISH HEART REGENERATION
P-47 Zhe Han Ann Arbor US GIA IS AN ADHESION GPCR IN AORTA REQUIRED FOR DROSOPHILA HEART TUBE FORMATION
P-48 Damian Heine Suñer Palma de Mallorca ES GENOME-WIDE LINKAGE ANALYSIS OF CONGENITAL HEART DEFECTS USING FAMILY DATA IDENTIFIES TWO NOVEL LOCI
P-49 Deborah Henderson Newcastle UK VANGL2-REGULATED POLARISATION OF SECOND HEART FIELD CELLS IS REQUIRED FOR OUTFLOW TRACT LENGTHENING
P-50 Francisco Hernández-Torres Jaen ES PITX2 DIFFERENTLY CONTROLS THE EXPRESSION OF GENE EMBEDDED MICRORNAS IN CARDIAC AND SKELETAL MUSCLE CELLS
P-51 Kyoko Imanamka-Yoshida Tsu JP DEVELOPMENT OF THE EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX NETWORK OF MOUSE AORTIC WALL
P-52 Kohei Ito Tokyo JP DIFFERENTIAL REPARATIVE PHENOTYPES BETWEEN ZEBRAFISH AND MEDAKA AFTER CARDIAC INJURY
P-53 Sarah Ivins London UK CXCL12/CXCR4 SIGNALLING PLAYS A CRITICAL ROLE IN CORONARY ARTERY DEVELOPMENT
P-54 Marisa Jaconi Geneva CH PERTURBATIONS IN SECONDARY HEART FIELD DEVELOPMENT DURING CARDIAC DIFFERENTIATION AND FUNCTION OF CARDIOMYOCYTES FROM hESC EXHIBITING TRISOMY 21
P-55 Bjarke Jensen Aarhus DE COMPARATIVE ASPECTS OF NON-COMPACTION
P-56 Tim Kelder Leiden NL LINEAGE TRACING OF THE SINUS VENOSUS MYOCARDIUM REVEALS A CONTRIBUTION TO THE AV CANAL MYOCARDIUM: A POSSIBLE ROLE IN AV NODE DEVELOPMENT?
P-57 Christi Kern Charleston US LUMICAN EMERGES AS A POTENTIAL REGULATOR OF CARDIOMYOCYTE HYPERTROPHY USING A DEVELOPMENTAL APPROACH
P-58 Ki-Sung Kim Yokohama JP CASE REPORT: MUTATION OF JUNCTOPHILIN TYPE 2 (JPH2) ASSOCIATED WITH INFANTILE DILATED CARDIOMYOPATHY
P-59 Isabelle King San Francisco US MICRORNA-1 GENETICALLY INTERACTS WITH REGULATORS OF THE CYTOSKELETON
P-60 Alena Kvasilová Prague CZ DEVELOPMENT OF ATRIOVENTRICULAR CONDUCTION SYSTEM IN THE CROCODILIAN HEART
P-61 Brigitte Laforest Marseille FR MISEXPRESSION OF Hoxb1 IMPAIRS RIGHT VENTRICULAR DEVELOPMENT
P-62 Stephanie LaHaye Columbus US GATA4 G295S KNOCK-IN MUTANT MOUSE IS A MODEL FOR SEMILUNAR VALVE STENOSIS
P-63 Eva Lana-Elola London UK DOWN SYNDROME ASSOCIATED CONGENITAL HEART DEFECTS MAPPED TO TWO DIFFERENT LOCI USING A NEWLY ENGINEERED HIGH RESOLUTION MAPPING PANEL
P-64 Frederic Laurent Basel CH IDENTIFICATION OF THE HAND2 TARGET GENE NETWORKS THAT FUNCTION IN HEART MORPHOGENESIS
P-65 Carmen Leung London CA RAC1 IS CRITICAL TO CARDIOMYOCYTE POLARITY AND EMBRYONIC HEART DEVELOPMENT
P-66 Sean Li Boston US ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE PULMONARY TRUNK
P-67 Dong Liang Philadelphia US THE ROLE OF INTEGRIN ALPHA 5 IN THE MESODERM DURING CARDIOVASCULAR DEVELOPMENT
P-68 Pattraranee Limphong Baltimore US NON-CANONICAL NOTCH PROMOTES CARDIAC PROGENITOR DIFFERENTIATION
P-69 Ghislaine Lioux Madrid ES RANDOM RETROSPECTIVE CLONAL ANALYSIS OF THE DEVELOPING MOUSE HEART
P-70 Marie Lockhart Charleston US EPICARDIAL BMP SIGNALING AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ATRIOVENTRICULAR JUNCTION
P-71 Verónica Lombardo Hannover DE ENDOCARDIAL CHAMBER DIFFERENTIATION: CELL PROLIFERATION
P-72 Jonathan Louie San Francisco US REGIONALIZED INCREASES OF MYOCYTE PROLIFERATION PROMOTE THE FORMATION OF FAST ACTION POTENTIAL CONDUCTION PATHWAYS IN THE DEVELOPING ATRIUM
P-73 Estefanía Lozano-Velasco Jaen ES DOSE DEPENDENT PITX2 LOSS OF FUNCTION IMPAIRS ZFHX3, WNT8A AND CALCIUM HANDLING; NOVEL LINKS TO ATRIAL ARRHYTHMOGENESIS
P-74 Luis Luna Zurita San Francisco US COMBINATORIAL REGULATION OF CARDIOMYOCYTE DIFFERENTIATION BY TBX5 AND NKX2-5
P-75 Wen Luo Nanjing CN Hand2 REGULATES SECOND HEART FIELD PROGENITOR PROLIFERATION THROUGH FGF SIGNALING
P-76 Andrea Münsterberg Norwich UK SMAD1 INTEGRATES BMP2 AND WNT3A SIGNALS IN MIGRATING CARDIAC PROGENITOR CELLS
P-77 Rebecca Maciver Kingston CA ALTERED mRNA EXPRESSION DOMAINS IN EMBRYONIC RAT HEARTS AFTER IN UTERO EXPOSURE TO A CHEMICAL THAT INDUCES A HIGH INCIDENCE OF VENTRICULAR SEPTATION DEFECTS (VSD)
P-78 Takako Makita Los Angeles US VENOUS ENDOTHELIN GUIDES SYMPATHETUC INNERVATION OF THE HEART
P-79 Ines Marques Madrid ES HEART REGENERATION IN THE ZEBRAFISH CRYOINJURY MODEL: A ROLE FOR LOX
P-80 Ofelia M. Martínez-Estrada Barcelona ES WT1 REGULATES HEART MORPHOGENESIS BY REPRESSING INTERFERON REGULATED GENES
P-81 Silvia Martin-Puig Madrid ES VON HIPPEL-LINDAU DELETION IN WT1+ EPICARDIAL PROGENITORS CAUSES CARDIAC HYPERTROPHY, FIBROSIS AND ABNORMAL CORONARY VESSEL DEVELOPMENT
P-82 Cheryl Maslen Portland US WHOLE EXOME SEQUENCING HIGHLIGHTS THE IMPORTANCE OF THE CRELD1 INTERACTOME IN ATRIOVENTRICULAR SEPTAL DEFECTS
P-83 Andrea Mattiotti Amsterdam NL THE ROLE OF FOLLISTATIN-LIKE 1 IN BMP SIGNALING
P-84 Lisandro Maya-Ramos San Francisco US BMP SIGNALING GRADIENT IS INVERTED TO THE PROXIMAL-DISTAL AXIS OF PROEPICARDIUM GROWTH
P-85 Iván Menéndez-Montes Madrid ES EMBRYONIC HYPOXIA AND HEART DEVELOPMENT: ROLE IN CHAMBER GROWTH
P-86 Michaela Mickoleit Dresden DE 3D CARDIAC IMAGING WITH SPIM
P-87 Lindsey Miller Columbus US MOLECULAR AND PHENOTYPIC CHARACTERIZATION OF HEART VALVE ENDOTHELIAL CELLS
P-88 Lucile Miquerol Marseille FR VASCULAR REMODELING OF THE ENDOCARDIUM FOLLOWING CARDIAC INFARCTION OCCURED BY ARTERIOGENESIS AND ANGIOGENESIS
P-89 Rajiv Mohan Amsterdam NL EARLY SPECIFICATION AND SUBSEQUENT RESTRICTION OF THE CARDIAC CONDUCTION SYSTEM LINEAGE DURING HEART DEVELOPMENT
P-90 Masae Morishima Tokyo JP VASCULAR DEVELOPMENT IN THE LUNG OF Foxc2 KNOCKOUT MICE
P-91 Yuika Morita Tokyo JP NON MESP1-PROGENITORS BY A DEFINED FACTOR CONTRIBUTE TO CARDIAC LINEAGES FROM PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS
P-92 Yuuta Moriyama Tokyo JP HOW TO CONVERT CARDIOMYOCYTE INTO SMOOTH MUSCLE; LESSONS FROM FISH HEART EVOLUTION
P-93 Georges Nemer Beirut LB A NOVEL ROLE FOR CSRP-1 IN CONGENITAL HEART DISEASES
P-94 Sophie Norman Oxford UK CHARACTERISING THE DEVELOPMENT OF CARDIAC LYMPHATIC VESSELS
P-95 Rebecca Oakey London UK IDENTIFYING EPIGENETIC FACTORS DRIVING ENDOCARDIAL CELL DIFFERENTIATION
P-96 Robert Opitz Brussels BE CARDIOVASCULAR DEVELOPMENT IN ZEBRAFISH AND ITS ROLE IN GUIDING ENDODERMAL ORGAN MORPHOGENESIS
P-97 Laura Padrón Madrid ES IDENTIFICATION OF HAEMOGENIC ENDOTHELIUM AS THE MAIN SOURCE OF THE BLOOD AND ENDOTHELIAL COMMON LINEAGE IN THE MOUSE EMBRYO
P-98 Tani Papoutsi Madrid ES TGFΒ2 AND WNT INTERACTIONS DETERMINE EMT PROGRESSION
P-99 Chinmoy Patra Bad Nauheim DE EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX MOLECULES IN CARDIOVASCULAR DEVELOPMENT
P-100 Alex Postma Amsterdam NL SEARCHING FOR COMMON GENETIC VARIANTS IN HAITIAN PERIPARTUM CARDIOMYOPATHY PATIENTS
P-101 Belén Prados Madrid ES Bmp2 PATTERNS PROSPECTIVE VALVE TISSUE AND REGULATES EMT, MESENCHYME PROLIFERATION AND VALVE MORPHOGENESIS
P-102 Stuti Prakash Amsterdam NL ROLE OF FOLLISTATIN-LIKE-1 IN CARDIAC GROWTH
P-103 Silvia Racedo New York US REDUCTION OF β-CATENIN GENE DOSAGE IN THE SECONDARY HEART FIELD MESODERM RESCUES TBX1 MUTANT CARDIAC PHENOTYPE
P-104 Megan Rice Bad Nauheim DE A MAJOR ROLE OF BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEIN 9 AND 10 IN POSTNATAL CARDIOVASCULAR DEVELOPMENT AND REMODELING
P-105 Gavin Richardson Newcastle UK CARDIOMYOCYTE REGENERATION IN NON-ISCHAEMIC CARDIOMYOPATHY
P-106 Catherine Roberts London UK CYP26B1 IS REQUIRED FOR MULTIPLE CARDIOVASCULAR DEVELOPMENTAL EVENTS
P-107 Susana Rocha Madrid ES INTRAVITAL IMAGING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF INFLAMMATION-DRIVEN ANGIOGENESIS
P-108 Shannon Romano Birmingham US EVIDENCE THAT ESTROGENS REGULATE HEART RATE VIA A G PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTOR
P-109 Jan M Ruijter Amsterdam NL AMPLIFICATION CURVE ANALYSIS SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASES THE SENSITIVITY OF THE ANALYSIS OF QUANTITATIVE PCR DATA
P-110 Adrián Ruiz Villalba Amsterdam NL WNT SIGNALING REGULATES THE MESENCHYMAL CELL FATE AT THE CARDIAC INFLOW
P-111 Raymond Runyan Tucson US MITOCHONDRIAL TRANSFER FROM STEM CELLS TO CARDIOMYOCYTES VIA TUNNELING NANOTUBES
P-112 Lucile Ryckebusch La Jolla US ROLE OF Tmem2 IN ORGANIZATION OF THE EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX SURROUNDING CARDIAC AND SKELETAL MUSCLE
P-113 Mauro Sbroggiò Madrid ES MODELING LEFT VENTRICULAR NONCOMPACTION CARDIOMYOPATHY USING IPS CELLS DERIVED FROM PATIENTS CARRYING MIB1 MUTATION
P-114 David Sedmera Prague CZ THE RIGHT BUNDLE BRANCH: FIRST TO APPEAR, FIRST TO FADE?
P-115 Hans-Georg Simon Chicago US A TRANSITIONAL EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX INSTRUCTS REGENERATIVE CELL BEHAVIOR
P-116 Kelly Smith Brisbane AU TRANSMEMBRANE PROTEIN 2 (Tmem2) IS REQUIRED FOR CARDIOVASCULAR DEVELOPMENT
P-117 Duncan Sparrow Sydney AU SHORT-TERM GESTATIONAL HYPOXIA INHIBITS FGF SIGNALING IN THE EMBRYONIC HEART - A MOUSE MODEL OF CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE
P-118 Sonia Stefanovic Amsterdam NL DUAL FUNCTION OF GATA-DEPENDENT CONTROL ELEMENTS FOR ESTABLISHING ATRIOVENTRICULAR CANAL SPECIFICITY
P-119 Dorota Szumska Oxford UK HIGH THROUGH PUT, HIGH RESOLUTION TOOLS FOR PHENOTYPING MOUSE EMBRYOS IN DECIPHERING MOUSE DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS (DMDD)
P-120 Christina Theodoris San Francisco US IPSC-BASED MODELING OF HUMAN NOTCH1 MUTATIONS REVEALS NOVEL PATHWAYS REGULATING AORTIC VALVE DISEASE
P-121 Magali Theveniau-Ruissy Marseilles FR BUILDING PROXIMAL CORONARY ARTERIES IN THE DEVELOPING MOUSE HEART: INVOLVEMENT OF TBX1 IN LEFT CORONARY OSTIUM POSITION
P-122 Sachiko Tomita Tokyo JP THE CARDIAC NEURAL CREST CONCEPT REVISITED
P-123 Richard Tyser London UK THE ROLE OF FUNCTIONAL CALCIUM HANDLING DURING EARLY STAGES OF MOUSE HEART DEVELOPMENT
P-124 Keiko Uchida Tokyo JP INOSITOL TRISPHOSPHATE RECEPTORS IN LABYRINTH TROPHOBLASTS ARE REQIRED FOR THE EMBRYONIC VASCULAR ELONGATION IN THE PLACENTA
P-125 Hideki Uosaki Baltimore US A MULTI-STAGE GENOME-WIDE ANALYSIS IDENTIFIES LANDMARK GENES FOR CARDIOMYOCYTE MATURATION
P-126 Verónica Uribe Madrid ES ARID3B IS ESSENTIAL FOR SECOND HEART FIELD CELL DEPLOYMENT AND HEART PATTERNING
P-127 Anoop Vadakan Cherian Bad Nauheim DE THE ROLE OF ENDOCARDIAL MIGRATION IN TRABECULAR FORMATION
P-128 Maurice van den Hoff Amsterdam NL ENDOCARDIUM-DERIVED FSTL1 REGULATES ATRIOVENTRICULAR CONDUCTION
P-129 Karel van Duijvenboden Utrecht NL ARE CARDIAC ENHANCERS LESS EVOLUTIONARY CONSERVED THAN ENHANCERS ACTIVE IN OTHER TISSUES?
P-130 Matt VandeKopple Columbus US MECHANISMS THAT PROMOTE ACTIVATION OF QUIESCENT POST NATAL VALVE INTERSTITIAL CELLS
P-131 Joshua Vincentz Indianapolis US ABNORMAL HAND1-LINEAGE MYOCARDIAL CELL SPECIFICATION DISRUPTS LEFT VENTRICULAR CHAMBER DEVELOPMENT AND IS ASSOCIATED WITH ADULT CARDIAC DYSFUNCTION
P-132 Georg Vogler La Jolla US CONTROL OF NON-MUSCLE MYOSIN DYNAMICS BY CDC42 AND FORMIN ACTIVITY DURING HEART MORPHOGENESIS OF DROSOPHILA
P-133 Frantisek Vostarek Prague CZ LIPIDOMIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CHICK EMBRYONIC HEART USING MASS SPECTROMETRY IMAGING
P-134 Christine Wahlquist La Jolla US MICRO RNA REGULATION OF CARDIAC CONTRACTILITY DURING HEART FAILURE
P-135 Christopher Wendler Gainesville US IN UTERO CAFFEINE EXPOSURE LEADS TO TRANS-GENERATIONAL CHANGES IN ADULT CARDIAC MORPHOLOGY
P-136 Xiushan Wu Changsha CN DO THE VALVE ENDOCARDIAL PROGENITORS ORIGINATE FROM A SINGLE ZEBRAFISH BLASTULA HPRG1+ CELL?
P-137 Joshua Wythe San Francisco US ETS FACTORS REGULATE THE VEGF-DEPENDENT, ARTERIAL-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION OF DLL4
P-138 Linglin Xie Grand Forks US TBX5 AND OSR1 INTERACT IN SECOND HEART FIELD FOR ATRIAL SEPTATION
P-139 Abir Yamak Ottawa CA IMPERATIVE ROLE FOR KLF13 IN MAMMALIAN HEART MORPHOGENESIS
P-140 Zhongzhou Yang Nanjing CN Akt1 SIGNALING COORDINATES BMP SIGNALING AND β-CATENIN ACTIVITY TO REGULATE SECOND HEART FIELD PROGENITOR DEVELOPMENT
P-141 Wenduo Ye New Orleans US A SHOX2-NKX2-5 ANTAGONISTIC MACHINERY PRIMES THE CARDIAC PACE-MAKER CELL FATE IN THE POSTERIOR HEART FIELD
P-142 Deborah Yelon La Jolla US PDGF SIGNALING REGULATES MYOCARDIAL MOVEMENT DURING HEART TUBE ASSEMBLY
P-143 Kurt Zhang Grand Forks US A GENE NETWORK INVOLVING TBX5 AND OSR1 INTERACTION IS REQUIRED FOR ATRIAL SEPTATION
P-144 Yong Zhao New York US CRITICAL ROLES OF MIR-1S IN REPRESSING CARDIOMYOCYTE PROLIFERATION AND REGULATING GLUCOSE METABOLISM
P-145 Bin Zhou New York US NOTCH-WNT SIGNALING REGULATES SINUS VENOUS VALVE AND SINOATRIAL NODE FORMATION

 

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