Draft SRB 2018 Program at November 18th, 2018

*Please note that session titles are not final and that sessions will not occur in the order listed.

Session 1. Pathways to Ovarian Cell Differentiation

Cheng Wang, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston USA
Joanne Richards, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston USA

Session 2. William Hansel Symposium on Ovarian Function - Luteal Function

To be confirmed

Session 3. How to Make a Good Egg

Greg FitzHarris, University of Montreal, Montreal Canada
Laurinda Jaffe, UConn School of Medicine, Farmington USA

Session 4. Protecting the Ovarian Reserve from Cancer Treatment

David Pepin, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston USA
Kara Goldman, NYU Fertility Center, New York USA

Session 5. Signals for Uterine Receptivity

Greg Burns, University of Missouri, Columbia USA
Shannon Whirledge, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven USA

Session 6. New Frontiers Uterus

Emily Partridge, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia USA
Kevin Osteen. Venderbilit University, Nashville USA

Session 7. Novel Signaling Pathways in Ovarian Tumors

Analisa DiFeo, Case Comprehensive Cancer Center. Cleveland USA
Joanna Burdette, University of Illinois, Chicago USA

Session 8. SRI Exchange Lecture - Understanding the Development of Endometriosis

To be confirmed

Session 9. Immune Signaling Associated with Gynecologic Pathologies

Whitfield Growdon, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston USA
Chandrakant Tayade, Queen’s University, Kingston Canada

Session 10.  Immune Regulation of the Maternal-Fetal Interface

Alexander Beristain, University of British Columbia, Vancouver Canada
To be confirmed

Session 11. Environmental Impacts on Fertility

Susan Nagel, University of Missouri, Missouri USA
To be confirmed

Session 12. Metabolic Stress and Female Fertility

Rebecca Robker, University of Adelaide, Adelaide Australia
Jennifer Wood, University of Nebraska, Lincoln USA

Session 13. Sperm as the Determinant of Developmental Trajectory

Sue Hammoud, Univ of Michigan. Ann Arbor USA
To be confirmed

Session 14. Signalling in Sperm Guidance

Polina Lishko, University of California, Berkeley USA
Timo Strünker, University of Munster, Munster Germany

Session 15 The Cutting Edge of Male Meiosis

Jeremey Wang, Univ of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania
To be confirmed

Session 16 Title New Insights into Sperm Function and Selection

Dagmar Wachten, University of Bonn, Bonn Germany
Chris Barratt, University of Dundee, Dundee UK

Session 17 New Approaches to Male Contraception

Damian Dowling, Monash University, Melbourne Australia
Gustavo Bianco, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City USA

Session 18. Pathways to Sex Determination

Humphrey Yao, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Durham USA
To be confirmed

Session 19 The Earliest Stages of Life

Nicholas Plachta, Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology, Singapore
Irina Larina, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston USA

Session 20 Lessons from the Unusual "Nontraditional species"

Frank Grutzner, University of Adelaide, Adelaide Australia
Steven Ramm, Bielefeld University, Bielefeld Germany

Session 21. Improving Reproductive Performance

Valentina Lodde, University of Milan, Milan Italy
To be confirmed

Session 22. New insights into Hypothalamic and Pituitary Function - Mahesh lecture

Lori Raetzman, University of Illinois, Urbana USA
Daniel Bernard, McGill University, Montreal Canada

Session 23. Understanding PCOS

Andrea Cupp, University of Nebraska, Lincoln USA
Aritro Sen, University of Rochester, Rochester USA

Session 24. New frontiers in the Genetics of Fertility

Joris Veltman, Newcastle University, Newcastle UK
To be confirmed

Session 25. Placental Control of Development

Amand Sferruzzi-Perri, University of Cambridge, Cambridge UK
Dongbao Chen, University of California – Irvine, Irvine USA

 

 

 

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