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  Preliminary Scientific Program Print
Thursday, March 21, 2013
   
Session 1
 
15:30-17:00 Opening Session
Chairpersons
Amir Arav, Israel; Uzi Beller, Israel; Achim Schneider, Germany,
Zeev Shoham
, Israel

   
15:30-16:00
Why is fertility preservation not yet available to all suitable survivors?
Gedis Grudzinskas, UK


16:00-16:30
Cryotechnology – What is next?
Amir Arav, Israel


16:30-17:00
Science fiction or reality? Producing gametes from stem cells and somatic cells
Gerald Schatten, USA


17:00-17:30

Coffee Break
   
Session 1a  
17:30-18:30 Opening Session (Continued)
Chairpersons
Amir Arav, Israel; Uzi Beller, Israel; Achim Schneider, Germany,
Zeev Shoham, Israel


17:30-17:50
Producing sperm and oocyte from pluripotent stem cells
Katsuhiko Hayashi, Japan

17:50-18:10


18:10-18:30
How to select the patients for fertility preservation
Uzi Beller, Israel

Reimplantation of cryopreserved ovarian tissue taken from patients with various malignant diseases: Is it safe?!
Marie-Madeleine Dolmans, Belgium


   
18:30-20:00 Welcome Reception
   

Friday
, March 22, 2013


Session 2
 
08:30-10:00 The Techniques Available Today for Cryopreservation?
Chairpersons:
Talia Eldar-Geva, Israel; Zion Hagay, Israel
   
08:30-08:50
The possibility to vitrify egg, embryo and creating the suitable bank
Ana Cobo, Spain


08:50-09:10
Fresh and frozen ovary transplant results
Sherman Silber, USA
 
09:10-09:30
Can we transplant ovarian tissue from cancer patients?
Dror Meirow, Israel

 
09:30-09:50
Pregnancy from frozen pieces of ovary
Jacques Donnez, Belgium


09:50-10:00 Questions and Answers

   
10:00-10:30 Coffee Break
   
   
Session 3  
10:30-12:30
 Chairpersons  Samir Hamamah, France; Thomas Hildebrandt, Germany


10:30-10:50
Preservation of dry cells: Lessons from nature
John Crowe, USA


10:50-11:10
Production of freeze tolerance organisms: Lessons from fruit flies
Vladimir Kostal, Czech Republic

11:10-11:30
Late embryogenesis abundant proteins and desiccation tolerance in mammalian oocytes
Pasqualino Loi, Italy

11:30-11:50
Vitrification and slow freezing effects on gene expression of human MII oocytes
Samir Hamamah, France

11:50-12:10
Relative importance of cooling and warming rate in obtaining high survivals of mouse oocytes and embryos after vitrification
Peter Mazur, USA


12:10-12:30
Questions and Answers


12:30-13:30


Lunch Break




Session 4  
13:30-15:00 Stem Cells, Gametes and Embryos Cryopreservation
 Chairpersons:  Sergio Ledda, Italy; Pasqualino Loi, Italy


13:30-14:00
Cryopreservation of animal stem cells
Andras Dinnyes, Hungary

14:00-14:30
Horse embryo slow freezing
Galli Cesare, Italy

14:30-15:00
Directional freezing of ovarian tissue
Fulvio Gandolfi, Italy

15:00-15:30
Coffee Break
   
   
Session 5  
15:30-17:30 Vitrification for Human Reproduction
Chairpersons:
Fulvio Gandolfi, Italy; Masashige Kuwayama, Japan
   
15:30-16:00
Impact of developmental stage at cryopreservation and transfer on clinical outcome of frozen embryo cycles
Nicole Noyes, USA

16:00-16:30
Open system efficiency and safety
Laura Rienzi ,Italy

16:30-17:00
Aseptic vitrification of blastocysts: Did we achieve any improvements?
Juergen Liebermann, USA


17:00-17:30
A new vitrification method for human oocytes and embryos: "The Cryotec method"
Masashige Kuwayama, Japan

 
 

Saturday, March 23, 2013

 
Session 6  
08:30-10:30 Biobanking for the Preservation of Genetic Diversity
Chairpersons:
John Crowe, USA; Peter Mazur, USA
   
08:30-09:00
Comparative and translational cryobiology of gametes and gonadal tissues from wildlife species
Pierre Comizzoli, USA


09:00-09:30
Strategies for cryopreservation of genetic resources of wild and domestic ungulates (ruminants): Processes analysis and improving techniques
Sergio Ledda, Italy


09:30-10:00
Genome resource banking for wildlife conservation: What we want and what is practical?
Joseph Saragusty, Germany


10:00-10:30
Corral gametes and stem cells Cryo
Mary Hagedorn, USA

10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
   
   
Session 7  
11:00-13:30 Poster Prize and Free Communication
Chairpersons
Pierre Comizzoli, USA; Mary Hagedorn, USA
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11:00-11:10
Successful vitrification and autografting of baboon (Papio anubis) ovarian tissue
Christiani Amorim, Belgium




11:10-11:20
Efficient aseptic and automatable vitrification of human Embryonic Stem Cells using bio-safe chemically defined media
Delphine Connan, Belgium




11:20-11:30
Cryopreservation of canine preantral follicles
Jose Luiz Jivago de Paula Rolo, Brazil





11:30-11:40 Cryobiology of osteogenic scaffolds with adult stem cells
Ram Devireddy, USA





11:40-11:50
Effects of low molecular weight hyaluronan on ovine embryo development and survival after cryopreservation
Vahid Ghaffarilaleh, Spain



11:50-12:00
Safe the cats: Successful cryopreservation of ovarian cortex of wild felids.
Katarina Jewgenow, Germany



12:00-12:10
Emerging methods and equipment for kinetic vitrification
Igor Katkov, USA


12:10-12:20
Long-term xenografting of cryopreserved ovarian tissue from prepubertal patients
Valerie Luyckx, Belgium


12:20-12:30
The importance of bicarbonate and glucose in maintaining progressive motility in frozen-thawed sperm.
Rashela Mizrahi, Israel


12:30-12:40
Myeloperoxidase activity decreases in equine semen freezing extenders
Jerome Ponthier, Belgium


12:40-12:50
First pregnancies after transfer of biopsied & vitrified embryos in Welsh pony mare
Fabrice Reigner, France


12:50-13:00
Automated Closed Vitrification Instrument Delivers Equivalent Outcomes to Manual Open Vitrification for Embryos
Tammie Roy, Auatralia


13:00-13:10
Purification, cryopreservation, thawing and expansion of human somatic progenitor cells for therapeutic applications during the pre-immune embryonic period
Joaquin Santolaya-Forgas, USA


13:10-13:20
Evaluation of morphological, functional and chromosomal characteristics of cryopreserved adipose-derived stem cells used for autologous endometrium regeneration
Iryna Sudoma, Ukraine






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