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DAY 2: Business Meetings

17:30 - 18:30 View CTRMS Business Meeting
19:00 - 20:00 View IXA Business Meeting

Introduction and Plenary Session

21:00 - 22:15 View Organoids and Organ Engineering
Robert A. Fisher, United States
Peter Cowan, Australia
Cherie Stabler, United States
Islet organoid systems for immunology in the dish
Hiromitsu Nakauchi, United States
Interspecies organogenesis: Modulating cell competition in chimeras
Camilla Ingvorsen, Denmark
Stem cell-derived organoids for cell replacement therapy and drug screening – an industrial perspective

Parallel Sessions

22:25 - 23:30 View Islet Transplantation
Gregory S. Korbutt, Canada
Development of a subcutaneous site for porcine islet transplantation
Chung-Gyu Park, Korea
Clinical trials of nonencapsulated wild-type porcine islets
Camillo Ricordi, United States
Cutting edge in clinical b-cell replacement therapies for the treatment of diabetes
22:25 - 23:30 View Pig Genetic Engineering: Regulation and Clinical Trials
Henk-Jan Schuurman, Netherlands
Regulation in Europe from the Investigator’s Perspective
Judith A. Arcidiacono, United States
The FDA perspective
David L. Ayares, United States
The GalSafe pig

Oral Abstract Sessions

23:35 - 00:50 View Organ Xenotransplantation: Heart & Kidney
David A Faber, United States
Prolonged survival in pig-to-nonhuman primate renal xenotransplantation using a clinically relevant anti-CD40 monoclonal antibody
Takayuki Hirose, United States
Graft Survival of The Kidney Xenografts with Triple Xenoantigen Knockout and Multiple Human Transgenes in Cynomolgus Monkeys
Mohamed H Bikhet, United States
Initial experience of orthotopic transplantation of genetically-engineered pig hearts in baboons
Muhammad M. Mohiuddin, United States
Select Life-Supporting Multi-Gene Cardiac Xenografts from Swine Demonstrate Survival >8 months in Baboons, with Implications for Human Clinical Trials
Peter Hanna, United States
Examination of Life-Supporting Multi-Gene Cardiac Xenografts with GHRKO Reveals Contributors to Post-Transplantation Xenograft Growth
Gheorghe Braileanu, United States
Presence of regulatory T cells in the xenograft is associated with long term survival in orthotopic cardiac xenotransplantation
Tianshu Zhang, United States
Triple Carbohydrate Knockout Grafts are not Sufficient for Long-term Survival in Life-Supporting Cardiac Xenotransplantation
23:35 - 00:50 View Alternative Cellular Models & Novel Technologies
Peggy Stock, Germany
Optimized hepatogenic differentiation of human adipose tissue-derived MSCs using a silicone-based cell culture system
Anastasia Milusev, Switzerland
Differences in the glycocalyx of venous and arterial porcine endothelial cells in a 3D microfluidic model
Ali Shakeri-Zadeh, United States
Magnetic labeling of ALS patient-derived, genome-corrected iPSCs and iPSC-derived motor neurons for bimodal MPI/MRI cell tracking
Victor Pozzo, United States
Reendothelialization of decellularized swine fasciocutaneous flap: a proof-of-concept study
Yoneyama Tomohisa, Japan
The suppression of neutrophil-mediated cytotoxicity by human CD177
Shuhei Kogata, Japan
Human CD177 Suppress Macrophage-Mediated Xenogeneic Rejection
Ping Li, United States
Establishment of an in vitro model system to evaluate human-to-pig xenoreactive immune responses