Symposium: 3rd annual Symposium on Comparative Medicine

Ort:

Name: Festsaal der Vetmeduni Vienna
Beschreibung: Gebäude CA, 1. Stock
Straße: Veterinärplatz 1
PLZ: 1210
Stadt: Wien


Veranstaltungsbeginn: 31.01.2019 - 09:15 Uhr

Veranstaltungsende: 01.02.2019

Day 1: 31.01.2019

  • 9:15 Uhr: Opening Ceremony
  • 9:30 Uhr: Plenary Talk (Chair: Richard Moriggl)
    Andrea Pauli (IMP Vienna) - Small proteins with big roles - from regulating cell migration to enabling fertilization
  • 10:15 Uhr: Session 1 - Comparative Immunity and Microbiology (Chair: Johannes Schmöllerl)
    Christa Schleper (University of Vienna) - Archebacteriaceae
    Pamela Burger (Vetmeduni Vienna) - Immune genome of Old World camelsIwan Burgener (Vetmeduni Vienna)
    Stefanie Wetzels (Vetmeduni Vienna) - The microbial community of humans, dogs, and wolves sharing the same environment
  • 11:45 Uhr: Coffee
  • 12:15 Uhr: Session 2 - Comparative Inflammation and Oncology (Chair: Anna Orlova)
    Matthias Kieslinger (Vetmeduni Vienna) - Driver mutations in feline lymphoma
    Heidi Neubauer (Vetmeduni Vienna) - Gain-of-function STAT5B mutation drives T-cell neoplasia
    Luisa Schmidt (Vetmeduni Vienna) - CEBPA-mutated leukemia is sensitive to genetic and pharmacological targeting of the MLL1 complex
  • 13:45 Uhr: Lunch
  • 14:30 Uhr: Session 3 - Tissue Repair and Barriers (Chair: Stephen Shoebridge)
    Florien Jenner (Vetmeduni Vienna) - Fetal Muscoloskeletal Regeneration
    Karl Kuchler (MedUni Vienna & TissueHome DocFund) - Chromatin Modification and Histone Chaperones - Double-Edged Swords in Fungal Virulence
    Gergely Szakas (MedUni Vienna) - Targeting Mulidrug Resistant Cancer
  • 16:00 Uhr: Coffee
  • 16:30 Uhr: Session 4 - Comparative Oncology and Metabolics (Chair; Vanessa Knab)
    Anna Obenauf (IMP Vienna) - Understanding tumor evolution during cancer progression and therapy
    Alexandara Muscher-Banse (TiHO Hannover) - Dietary protein influences the hepatic signalling pathway of the somatotropic axis in young goat

Day 2: 01.02.2019

  • 9:15 Uhr: Opening introduction for the second day by organizers
  • 9:30 Uhr: Plenary Talk (Chair: Mathias Müller)
    Erika Jensen-Jarolim (Messerli Forschungsinstitut, Vetmeduni Vienna, MedUni Vienna) - Molecular approaches to understand allergy or immune tolerance in humans and animals
  • 10:15 Uhr: Session 5 - Comparative Immunity and Cancer (Chair: Ana Puga)
    Tanja Bulat (Vetmeduni Vienna) - Stress-Induced Extramedullary Hematopoiesis
    Michael Bergmann (MedUni Vienna) - Understanding the microenvironment in colorectal cancer
  • 11:15 Uhr: Coffee
  • 11:45 Uhr: Session 6 - Tissue Repair, Microbes and Targeting Strategies (Chair: Isabella Meier)
    Reinhold Erben (Vetmeduni Vienna) - Comparative pathophysiology of chronic kidney disease. Can cats learn something from mice and men?
    Rohini Chopra-Dewasthaly (Vetmeduni Vienna) - Mycoplasma
    Ingeborg Menzl (Vetmeduni Vienna) - Let's degrade! A new treatment approach for ALL
  • 13:15 Uhr: Lunch
  • 14:30 Uhr: Session 7 - Advanced Methodologies (Chair: Andrea Pölzl)
    Martin Distel (CCRI Vienna) - Zebrafish as a model for cancer and the Zebrafish platform Austria for drug screening
    Nina Kramer (Vetmeduni Vienna) - Organoids
    Ralf Steinborn (Vetmeduni Vienna) - Digital PCR
  • 16:00 Uhr: Coffee
  • 16:30 Uhr: Session 8 - Views from Industries (Chair: Jürgen Kreiter)
    Regina Grillari (Evercyte) - Work at Evercyte
    Sebastian Carotta (Boehringer Ingelheim) - Work at Boehringer Ingelheim

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Veterinärplatz 1, 1210 Wien
T +43 1 25077-0
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