Bone Biology and Orthopaedic Research

Progress reports

Program Progress Report, Spring Semester 2017


Wednesdays, 12.30h – 13.30h, Room MEM/ H810, Murtenstrasse 35
Contact: Willy Hofstetter, Bone Biology & Orthopaedic Research
hofstetter@dkf.unibe.ch

 

Have a beautiful sommer break! 

 

April 05, 2017

Visceral and Transplantation Surgery
Speaker: Agata Gorecka
Title: Adipose Derived Stem Cells for skeletal muscle regeneration

April 12, 2017

Welcome Event for new DCR Members

April 19, 2017

Easter Break Part I

April 26, 2017

Easter Break Part II
May 03, 2017

Thoracic Surgery
Speaker: Thomas Marti
Title: Characterization of stem cell-like subpopulations in human lung cancer samples by multicolor flow cytometry

May 10, 2017

Thoracic Surgery
Speaker: Liang Shunqing
Title: mTOR pathway determines sensitivity to cytotoxic chemotherapy in KRAS-mutant lung cancer

May 17, 2017

RNA & Disease
Speaker: Joana Carlevaro and Nuria Bosch
Title: Long noncoding RNA special edition: Genome-engineering and bioinformatics approaches to study lncRNAs in cancer

May 24, 2017

Cardiovascular Surgery
Speaker: Petra Niederberger
Title: Metabolic-based strategies to improve cardiac recovery after ischemia in an isolated rat heart model of donation after circulatory death

May 31, 2017 Cardiovascular Surgery
Speaker: Rahel Wyss
Title: Resistance of cardiac mitochondria to ischemia and reperfusion
June 07, 2017

Cardiovascular Surgery
Speaker 1: Maria Arnold
Title: Molecular and metabolic mechanisms of mechanical postconditioning in the heart

Speaker 2: Natalia Mendez-Carmona
Title: Tolerance of coronary endothelium to ischemia and reperfusion: Studies in an isolated rat heart model of donation after circulatory

death

June 14, 2017

Urology
Speaker: Federico La Manna
Title: Investigating the development of bone metastasis in prostate cancer

June 21, 2017

Urology
Speaker: Sofia Karkampouna
Title: Modelling prostate and bladder cancer

June 28, 2017 Urology
Speaker: Letizia Astrologo
Title: ALK1Fc Suppresses the Human Prostate Cancer Phenotype in Preclinical Models