SCSS Symposium 2013
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SCSS Symposium 2013

The theme for Symposium 2013 is "Early Human Development & Fetal-Maternal Medicine".

11/18/2013 to 11/19/2013
When: 11/18/2013
Where: Matrix Building, Auditorium, Level 2
30 Biopolis Street
Biopolis 138671
Singapore
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SCSS SYMPOSIUM 2013

"Early Human Development & Fetal-Maternal Medicine" 

The Stem Cell Society Singapore (SCSS) is holding its 5th Annual Symposium on the 18-19th November 2013 at Biopolis, Singapore.

The theme for Symposium 2013 is "Early Human Development & Fetal-Maternal Medicine".

We are excited about 2 days of outstanding scientific presentations from key academic, clinical, and commercial contributors.



Session topics include:
 

  1. Reproductive Immunology

  2. Fetal programming/Development Origins of Health & Disease

  3. De-programming/Pluripotency

  4. Imprinting/Epigenetics

  5. Single Cell Technologies

  6. Early Cell Fate decisions

  7. Germ Cell Development

  8. Stem Cells of the Placenta



Confirmed Speakers

Keynote Speaker:
Rudolf Jaenisch 

Whitehead Institute & MIT, USA


Plenary Speakers:

Jacob Hanna 
Weizmann Institute, Israel 

Takashi Hiiragi 
EMBL, Germany 

Jan Brosens 
University of Warwick, UK 

Katzutoshi Takahashi
CIRA, Japan

Ray Dunn
Institute of Medical Biology, Singapore

Paul Robson
Genome Institute of Singapore, Singapore

Florent Ginhoux
SIGN, Singapore

Jia Hui Ng
GIS, Singapore 

Bill Burkholder
IMCB, Singapore 

 
Fuchou Tang 
Peking University, China

Mitinori Saitou 
Kyoto University, Japan 

Edith Heard 
Institut Curie, France 

Pathik Wadhwa
UC Irvine, USA

Bruno Reversade
Institute of Medical Biology, Singapore

Daniel Messerschmidt
IMCB, Singapore

Caroline Garret
Monash University, Australia 

Larry Stanton
GIS, Singapore 

Hanna Mikkola
UCLA, USA 

Ashley Moffett
University of Cambridge 


Venue
 
Auditorium, Level 2
Matrix Building
30 Biopolis Street
Singapore 138671



Call for Oral Presentation Abstracts & Poster Abstracts
 
All abstracts must be submitted during the online registration process taking into consideration the relevant submission deadlines.



Registration & Payment

Registration Fee

CategoryEarly Bird
(until 31 Aug 13)
Regular
(from 1 Sep 13)
Ordinary/Life Members$350$450
Student Members$250$350
Non-Members$500$600
Group Registration- 10% on PRR*- 10% on PRR*
Onsite RegistrationNA+ $S 100 on PRR*
* PRR, Prevailing Registration Rate  

 














Individual Registration:

Registration of individual delegates is through the online registration platform which will open on the 20 May 2013
Payment via PayPal requires a valid Credit Card.

Group Registration:
We encourage group registration with discounted registration fees for institutions and organizations who wish to register more than 3 members/staff together. Contact symposium@stemcell.org.sg for further information.

On-site registration will be available with an administrational fee of $100 SGD added to the respective registration fee category. On-site registration is subject to availability of seats and is by CASH or Credit Card (online On-site registration).

The registration fee includes: 
 Symposium booklet including programme and abstracts of plenary talks
   and poster presentations.
 Access to all symposium sessions and official events.
 F&B during tea breaks, lunches and official evening networking sessions.



Cancellation Policy 

Cancellations may be considered until the 17th of September, 2013. Notification of cancellation must be submitted to SCSS in writing. A cancellation fee of S$100 will apply to cancellations received by 17th of September, 2013. No refunds will be given for cancellations received after 17th of September, 2013.

Please contact symposium@stemcell.org.sg for further information.

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