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Category Archives: Vascular Biology

Plant Physiology | Basic Biology

Posted: March 12, 2019 at 2:44 am

Plant physiology encompasses the study of plant form and function. Continue reading

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pvb2019.org Plant Vascular Biology Conference 2019

Posted: January 31, 2019 at 9:45 am

You are invited to the Fifth International Conference on Plant Vascular Biology (PVB2019), 17 20 June 2019 at the historic Asilomar Conference Grounds, California, USA. The conference brings together over 150 scientists from around the world to discuss exciting breakthroughs in plant vascular biology and to create bridges between basic and applied research Continue reading

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Vascular Biology

Posted: January 22, 2019 at 4:46 pm

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Vascular Biology 2019 – NAVBO

Posted: December 20, 2018 at 12:44 am

October 27-31, 2019Asilomar Conference Grounds in Monterey, CAKeynote Lecture by Hal Dietz, Johns Hopkins Medical Center:Leveraging Natures Success: Lessons from Modifiers of Cardiovascular DiseaseWorkshops:Developmental Vascular Biology and Genetics Workshop VIII Organized by Victoria Bautch, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Co-organizer: Courtney Griffin, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundations Organized by Kayla Bayless, Texas A&M Health Science Center and Marlene Rabinovitch, Stanford University Co-organizers: Christopher Breuer, Nationwide Children's Hospital and Linda Demer, University of California, Los Angeles Microphysiological Models of the MicrocirculationIntegrative Function in the MicrocirculationOrganized by Walter Lee Murfee, University of Florida Earl P. Benditt Award LectureJudah Folkman Award in Vascular Biology LectureSpringer Junior Investigator Award LectureRecipients have not yet been determined Emerging Technologies and ImagingCo-sponsored by the Microcirculatory SocietyMary Dickinson, Baylor College of MedicineNew imaging modalities and vascular developmentRui Benedito, Centro Nacional de Investigaciones CardiovascularesUsing multispectral genetic mosaics to enlighten endothelial heterogeneity during angiogenesisNathan Lawson, University of MassachusettsGenetic dissection of vascular and lymphatic development in zebrafishTodd McDevitt, University of California, San FranciscoEngineering cardiac microtissues to interrogate mechanisms of heterotypic interactionsSong Hu, University of VirginiaListening with light: photoacoustic microscopy of the microcirculation in vivo Vascular Transcriptomics: Discovery and Therapeutic OpportunitiesOrganized by Jan Kitajewski, University of Illinois at Chicago Session Chairs: Jan Kitajewski, University of Illinois at Chicago and Nicholas Gale, RegeneronHenar Cuervo, University of Illinois at ChicagoTranscriptomic analysis of vascular pericytes and pericyte-associated diseaseChrister Betsholtz, Karolinska Institute/Uppsala UniversityVascular single-cell transcriptomicsAmber Stratman, Washington University in St. LouisTranscriptomic analysis of vascular smooth muscle cells in zebrafishGavin Thurston, RegeneronTranscriptomic analysis of tumor vasculature Bioengineering of Vascularized Tissues for Regenerative MedicineOrganized by Ngan Huang, Stanford University Therapeutic Potential of Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Endothelial CellsOrganized by: Juan Melero-Martin, Boston Childrens Hospital Continue reading

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Vascular Biology 2018 – NAVBO

Posted: December 19, 2018 at 2:44 am

Pre-Conference Meeting for Trainees Organizers: Nicholas Chavkin, Yale University and Thanh Theresa Dinh, Stanford UniversitySunday, October 14 - 1:00-5:00pmRequires an additional registration fee of $25. Program will consist of a guest speaker, a discussion or presentation on career development and abstracts presentations from graduate students and postdocs Continue reading

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Vascular Biology | Society for Vascular Surgery

Posted: November 30, 2018 at 4:54 pm

BY DR. PAUL DIMUZIO The vascular system involves the heart and blood vessels. Continue reading

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Vascular Biology Chicago Medicine

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Cho, Jaehyung Gus Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-MadisonAssociate [email protected] Research InterestsCardiovascular Biology, Immunology, Vascular Biology Research Description Mechanisms regulating platelet-neutrophil-endothelial cell interactions during thrombosis and inflammation; intravital microscopy in live animals. Continue reading

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PPARs and Their Emerging Role in Vascular Biology …

Posted: November 26, 2018 at 11:44 am

AbstractFor many years, advances in understanding steroid hormone action typically proceeded through sequential stages that involved first identifying the role of a putative hormone, then isolating it, often from large quantities of body fluid, and ultimately identifying the nuclear receptor through which the cellular effects were being achieved (1). More recently, this stepwise progression has been reversed by modern molecular biology techniques allowing rapid identification of many genes as encoding nuclear receptors based on structural motifs even without any information regarding the functional role of these so called orphan receptors. This process has been termed reverse endocrinology (1). Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptors (PPARs) were examples of such orphan receptors, although their status changed through the serendipitous discovery of synthetic ligands that could bind to PPARs (2). The fact that these synthetic agonists are now in clinical use for treating diabetes mellitus (DM) and dyslipidemia has helped draw attention to this nuclear receptor subfamily and its potential as a therapeutic target (3). The identification of a possible role for PPARs in inflammation and atherosclerosis has only heightened this interest (4). Share the post "PPARs and Their Emerging Role in Vascular Biology, Inflammation, and Atherosclerosis Springer" Link: PPARs and Their Emerging Role in … Continue reading

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2019 Cerebral Vascular Biology Conference – cvent.com

Posted: November 21, 2018 at 3:45 am

Invitation It is my great pleasure to invite you to participate in the 13th International Conference on Cerebral Vascular Biology (CVB 2019) from June 25 28, 2019 in Miami, Florida. CVB 2019 will be a forum for scientists from around the world to discuss their cutting edge research on CNS barriers, particularly the blood- brain barrier (BBB) and blood-cerebrospinal fluid-barrier (BCSFB). This will be the continuation of a very successful conference series that was initiated in 1992. The last three conferences took place in Montreal, Canada (2013); Paris, France (2015); and Melbourne, Australia (2017). The CVB conference is returning to the US after 16 years of absence as the most important conference related to cerebral vascular biology. The participants will discuss current and future research surrounding cerebral vascular biology, including development of the brain barriers, drug transport and delivery across the BBB and BCSFB, the role of brain barriers in the etiology and pathology of neurological diseases, and therapeutic strategies to reverse these diseases by targeting the BBB and BCSFB. The emphases will be placed on novel nanotechnologies of drug delivery into the brain and clinical research on disorders involving cerebral vasculature. This exciting program will therefore attract national and … Continue reading

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Vascular Biology – NAVBO

Posted: November 20, 2018 at 9:45 am

Pre-Conference Meeting for Trainees Organizers: Nicholas Chavkin, Yale University and Thanh Theresa Dinh, Stanford UniversitySunday, October 14 - 1:00-5:00pmRequires an additional registration fee of $25. Program will consist of a guest speaker, a discussion or presentation on career development and abstracts presentations from graduate students and postdocs. Refreshments will be served *Session organizers will select the abstracts for presentation and the authors must be registered for this session. Wednesday, October 17 - 2:00-4:00pm Earl P. Benditt Award LectureReengineering the tumor microenvironment to improve cancer treatment: Bench to bedsideRakesh K. Jain, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School Judah Folkman Award in Vascular Biology LectureMolecular and cellular mechanisms of blood vessel growthChristiana Ruhrberg, University College London Springer Junior Investigator Award Lecture TBD - award is based on abstract submission and an applicationClick here for application information Recipients have not yet been determined Tuesday, October 16 - 4:30-6:30pmHands-on worskhop to access, visualize and analyse IDG-specific data -- requires additional registration fee and there will be a limited number of attendees Signaling in Vascular InflammationThursday, October 18 - 8:00am-12:00pm Timothy Hla, Boston Childrens Hospital, Harvard Medical SchoolNovel approaches to control vascular inflammation with S1P-based therapeuticsMatthias Nahrendorf, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical SchoolMyeloid cells in … Continue reading

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