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Preliminary Program

Thursday, 16th January 2014

15:45 Welcome: Alessandro Mazzucco, Verona, IT Giuseppe Faggian, Verona, IT

16:00-18:00 Symposium I : “Cellular preservation”

Myocyte: Zsoltan Papp, Debreceen, HU

Endothelium: Stefan Chlopizki, Krakow, PL

Neurons: Katharina Schmitt, Berlin, DE

Inflammation: Johann Wojta, Vienna, AT

18:00-18:30 Coffee break

18:30-19:15 Keynote Lecture I: “From cellular damage to organ protection” Tiziano Scarabelli, New York, US

20:00 Welcome cocktail and dinner  

Friday, 17th January 2014

08:00-10:00 Symposium II: “Myocardial preservation”

“New aspects on protection of the old heart” Bruno K. Podesser, St. Pölten, AT

“Cold versus warm- an ongoing controversy” Torkjel Tveita, TromsØ, NO

“Polarized arrest- an alternative to K+-induced arrest” David Chambers, London, GB

“New drugs in the pipeline to protect the heart” Gabor Szabo, Heidelberg, DE

10:00-10:30 Coffee break

10:30-11:30 Symposion III: “MiniOral” to all different topics Slected Abstracts

14:00-16:00 Postersession and Wetlabs 

17:00-18:00 Symposium III: “Perservation of organs functions”

“MicroRNA in cardiovascular diseases” Gianluigi Condorelli, Milan, IT

“All body protection during low flow conditions” Geoffrey Dobson, Townsville, AU

18:00-18:30 Coffee break

18:30-19:15 Keynote Lecture II: “30 years of experience with the surgical therapy of end-stage heart failure” Andreas Zuckermann, Vienna, AT

20:00 Social Dinner

Saturday, 18th January 2014

09:00-10:00 Symposium IV: “Regenerative medicine for CVD”

“Patient-specific induced pluripotent stem cells for heart regeneration” Kaomei Guan, Gottingen, DE

“Development of new techniques in cardiac regeneration” Gustav Steinhoff, Rostock, DE

10:00-10:30 Coffee break

10:30-11:30 Symposium V: “Organ replacement”

“Bridge-to-bridge, bridge-to-transplant or Destination therapy ?” Giuseppe Faggian, Verona, IT

“Future of vascular grafts” Beat Walpoth, Geneve, CH

11:30-12:00 „Carl Apstein Award“ and closing remarks.

Last Updated ( Sonntag, 01 Dezember 2013 )
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