第5回国際組織工学・再生医療学会 世界会議2018-京都
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Plenary Lectures

●“RNA Therapeutics and Anabolic Gene Delivery for Tissue
  Regeneration”

Yu-Chen Hu (National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan)

●“Immune reaction of retinal cell therapy using iPS cells”

Masayo Takahashi (RIKEN, Japan)

●“Clinical Cell Therapy of Heart Failure”

Philippe Menasché (Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, Hôpital Européen Georges Pompidou, France)

●“Diversity of extracellular vesicles and their potential in regenerative medicine”

Jan Lötvall (Krefting Research Centre, University of Gothenburg, Sweden)

●“Biomaterials for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine”

Antonios G. Mikos (Department of Bioengineering, Rice University, USA)

●“Frontiers of human organs-on-chip research and technology”

Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic (Columbia University, USA)

Symposia Titles (Tentative)

●Public-private partnership for research on standardization and
 validation of methods for tumorigenicity assessment of
 regenerative medical products (MEASURE)

●Role of Stem Cell Research in Academia

●The interactions of biomaterials and stem cells/tissue regeneration

●Strategy for tendon regeneration: a debatable forum of world leaders

●Platelet derivatives and platelet-derived biomaterials in TERM

●CLAY MATERIALS FOR HARD AND SOFT TISSUE ENGINEERING:
 from Bench to Clinical translation

●Computational Modeling Stem Cell Fate

●Gene therapy for bone regeneration

●Laser perforation and alternative strategies for matrix repopulation

●Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine for joint preservation

●Silk biomaterial matrices - II

●Translation of novel developments in bone engineering – where do
 we stand?

●Regenerative medicine for muscular diseases

●Gene2Skin Twinning H2020 Project- Roadmap for advanced
 genetic engineering-based skin therapies

●Challenges to Stem Cell Therapy Development and Regulation in
 Dogs and Cats

●Bioengineering tools enabling the application of MSC as trophic
 mediators in challenging diseases

●Potential of polydactyly-derived chondrocytes for regenerative
 medicine

●Innovative devices for the treatment of endocrine/metabolic
 diseases

●Regenerative Rehabilitation: the Key to Translating TE and
 Regenerative Technologies

●'One Health' - Translational regenerative medicine in the veterinary
 sector.

●Quantitative X-ray Micro-CT Imaging for Tissue Engineering

●Cell therapies for tendon repair – nature’s engineers doing their job

●Ligament and Tendon Regeneration – How to Translate into
 Clinical Practice

●Towards clinical development of advanced nerve conduits for
 peripheral nerve regeneration

●Research Challenges in Stem Cell Culture and Differentiation on
 Biomaterials targeting for Stem Cell Therapy

●Biomaterials for Bio-3D Printing

●Recent achievements and future perspective of micro-physiological
 cell culture systems toward in vitro physiology

●Multi-parametric quantitative imaging of live cells in 3D tissue
 models

●RNA interference to promote tissue regeneration

●Injectable scaffolds

●Polymer, Biopolymer, and Matrix-Mediated Delivery of Cell
 Signaling Proteins

●Immunomodulation in orthopaedic and dental tissue engineering

●New frontier strategies in the fabrication of vascularized tissues

●Frontier of research on interstitial cells / extracellular matrix for
 generating functional tissue and organs

●Tissue Engineering and beyond in peripheral nerve regeneration -
 from supportive biomaterials and cells to functional recovery

●H2020-MSCA-RISE BAMOS project session: Biomaterials and Additive
 Manufacturing for early intervention of osteoarthritis

●Bringing Cell Therapy to Industrialized Processing for Burns and
 Wounds

●Biofabrication: from new technologies to clinical applications-part.2

●Regenerative Microenviroment Therapies in Ischemia Organs

●Regenerative Medicine with Allogenic Mesenchymal Stem Cells –
 The Current Status and Future Prospective -

●Vascularizion in Tissue & Organ Engineering

●Scaffold-free strategies to engineer tissue for regenerative medicine

●Dental pulp regeneration: How can we reach the goal?

●Vascular Tissue Engineering

●Animal models in clinical translation and commercialization of tissue
 engineering and regenerative medicine therapies – Myths and reality

●Reconstituting cell niche

●Advanced skeletal regenerative therapies in the context of aging

●Gene Delivery in Tissue Engineering

●Elastin in regenerative medicine: biomaterials and biosynthesis

●Biofabrication: from new technologies to clinical applications-part.1

●Recapitulating tumor microenvironments to screen biotherapeutics

●Development and manufacture of silk-based medical devices:
 from basic systems to clinical use

●Recall the Regenerative Potential Through Robot Engineering and
 Mechanical Stimulation

●Tissue engineering of human vocal fold repair and regeneration

●Advances in Scaffold-Free, Cell Spheroids-Based Tissue
 Engineering

●Electroactive Biomaterials and Electrostimulation in TERM
 applications

●In vivo Bioreactor – In situ Tissue Regeneration

●Advances in Neural Tissue Engineering and Regenerative
 Medicine

●ISBF-TERMIS Joint Young Scientist Chapters. Biofabrication in
 TERM.

●Cell manufacturability in cell manufacturing process.

●Induction and modulation of immune response for tissue
 regeneration

●Translating skeletal muscle tissue engineering into clinics

●In situ tissue regeneration: endogenous stem cell recruitment,
 bioactive signals, and biomaterial design

●Recent advances in craniofacial regenerative therapy

●Current update of tissue engineering and biomaterial for corneal
 diseases: what is the bottleneck for translational research?

●ESAO@Termis : joint Symposium of the Working Groups on Tissue
 engineering and Bioartificial Organs from the European Society for
 Artificial Organs

●Advances in cell encapsulation technologies for regenerative
 medicine

●Biomaterials for Modulating Vasculature: Therapeutic Applications

●Extracellular Vesicles in Tissue Regeneration

●Mechanobiology and Force Sensing in Regenerative Medicine

●TERMIS-WC Business Plan Competition (BPC) Final Round

●Multi-Scale Approaches For Complex Tissue Generation

●Live-cell Bioprinting for Tissue Engineering

●Recent Advances in Myocardial Tissue Engineering

●4D-Tissue Regeneration: Integration of Cells and Scaffolds in
 Three-Dimension and Temporal Regeneration

●Clinical translation of tissue engineering techniques using various
 biomaterials

●Discovering Novel Tissue and Blood Proteins for Regeneration

●Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine of the Cornea:
  Towards a Clinical Reality Through the Cooperation of Industry,
  Government and Academia