Dutch Society for Stem Cell Research

DSSCR 2013

6th Dutch Stem Cell Meeting

April 26 2013, AMC, Amsterdam


This year’s keynote lecture will be given by Ian Chambers, MRC Center for Regenerative Medicine (CRM) at the University of Edinburgh, UK.

K. Schepers (UMCU)

The hunt for a replenishable source of MSCs to create ectopic human hematopoietic bone marrow niches.

L. van Dijk/D. Gawlitta (UU)

Engeneering vascularized bone from induced pluripotent stem cells.

M.M. Paciejewska (Sanquin)

A Different Balance in Wnt-Signaling in Adult and Fetal.

L.S.Y. Nanduri (UMCG)

Self-renewing salivary gland stem cells rescue radiation induced hypo-salivation.

R.D.V.S. Morais (UU & Minas Gerais)

Cells and single type A spermatogonia in adult zebrafish (Danio rerio) testis.

K. Schneeberger (UMCU)

Dissecting the mechanisms of M-cell differentiation.

D.E. Verver (AMC)

Smc6 Functions in Pericentromeric Heterochromatin Domains.

S. Russo Krauss (UMCG)

Aging of the Hematopoietic Stem Cell (HSC): differential response of young and old HSCs to the overexpression of the Polycomb protein Cbx7.

M. Bellin (LUMC)

Isogenic Pairs of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells Demonstrate the Role of a KCNH2 Mutation in Long-QT Syndrome.

F.M.S. de Vrij (Erasmus MC)

The Molecular and cellular neurobiology of psychotic disorders.

D. Schriemer (UMCG)

Enteric neural crest stem cells as a model system for Hirschsprung disease.

M Czepiel (UMCG)

Differentiation of human induced pluripotent stem (iPS).


Keynote lecture

Ian Chambers

(MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine,Edinburgh, Scotland)
Regulation of pluripotent cell identity.

At the 6th annual DSSCR meeting, held on April 26th, for the first time the three best presentation of PhD students received a Travel Award of ‚ €500,-. The Travel grants were awarded to Lalitha Nanduri (UMCG), Kerstin Schneebergen (UMCU), Emma Verver (AMC).