Utrecht University, Szent Istvan University Godollo, and BioTalentum Ltd. have the pleasure of inviting you to the Open Workshop of the StemCam and EpiHealthNet FP7 projects, on the 25th of November, 2013. at Gödöllő, Hungary. As there are 50 places to fill, please be aware, that the event is going to be held on the “first come – first served” basis. Please, register at . The event is free of charge for the registered participants.


HORIZON2020 Launch event special: BioTalentum Consulting free offer during the workshop:
- Horizon2020 information desk
- Free 20 minutes consultancy service about the new calls of Horizon2020!
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25th November 2013 9:00-14:00
Epigenetic and molecular influences on early development and stem cell differentiation

VENUE: Erzsébet királyné Hotel, Gödöllő, Dózsa György út 2.

8:15- Registration
9:00-9:10 Welcome by Prof. Andras Dinnyes: The Epihealthnet and Stemcam FP7 projects, advices to Horizon2020.

9:10-9:40 Prof. Andras Dinnyes (Utrecht University, The Netherlands, Biotalentum Ltd, Hungary): Overview of recent highlights of the pluripotent stem cell field.

9:40-10:10 Prof. Tom P. Fleming (University of Southampton, UK): Embryo-environment interactions and their legacy into adulthood

10:10-10:40 Prof. Sue Kimber (University of Manchester, UK): Human Embryonic stem cells

10:40-11:00 Coffee break

11:00-11:30 Dr. Sára Berzsenyi (BioTalentum Ltd. Hungary): Neuronal differentiation of pluripotent stem cells

11:30-12:00 Dr. Pawan Singh, Dr. Alexandra Blak (STEMCELL Technologies, Canada): Complete and Defined Feeder-free Maintenance and Reprogramming Systems to Support Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Research

12:00-12:30 Lone Neelchen Roesingh (University of Geneva, Switzerland): The effect of γ-secretase inhibitors on differentiation of stem cells

12:30-13:00 Christoph Schaefer (UKK, Germany): Cardiac toxicity: in vitro functional readout approach

13:00- 14:00 Sandwich Lunch – at Erzsébet királyné Hotel

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