Johns Hopkins Institute for Nanobiotechnology is now accepting posters for its annual symposium to be held May 2 at Owens Auditorium (located between CRB I and CRB II) at the School of Medicine. Deadline for poster registration is April 30. Top presenters are eligible to win one of three NIKON cameras.
All disciplines and topics are encouraged to register, even if not related to theme.
Go to this link for full agenda and to register.
The theme this year is Stem Cell Science and Engineering: State-of-the-Art. Speakers start at 9 a.m. through noon. Then at 1:30 there will be a poster session where students across Johns Hopkins will present some of their current research findings. Judges have been selected from industry and the university. Don’t miss this exciting exploration of how scientists, engineers and clinicians can work together with stem cells to solve some of humanities pressing problems in health and medicine.
This year’s speakers and talk titles include:
• 8:30-9 am Registration Lobby of Owens Auditorium
• 9:00-9:05 Welcome and Introduction of speakers Peter Searson
• 9:05-9:35 Human cell engineering: recent progress in reprogramming cell fates and editing the nuclear genome, Linzhao Cheng
• 9:35-10:05 Regenerating Musculoskeletal Tissues from Fat, Warren Grayson
• 10:05-10:35 Hitting the Bull’s Eye: Targeting HMGA1 in Cancer Stem Cells using Nanotechnology, Linda M. S. Resar
• 10:35-10:45 Coffee Break
• 10:45-11:15 Engineering biomaterials to enhance stem cell potential, Hai-Quan Mao
• 11:15 -11:45 Engineered Human Pluripotent Stem Cells for Disease Modeling Applications, Mark Powers
• 11:45-12:15 Understanding the function of risk genes for mental disorders using iPSC models, Guo-li Ming
• 1:30-3:30 pm Poster Sessions Owens Corridor
• 3:30 Announcement of Poster Session Winners/Adjourn