TMM2019: Go have a look at the MRM Trainees

Next week, 25 MRM Trainees will present their work at the 2019 Till & McCulloch Meetings that will take place in Montreal, November 4-6, 2019.

Visit the MRM trainees at their poster or oral presentation

Poster session 1, Monday November 4, 2019:

  • Poster #42 – Julia Manalil, MASc, Dr. Corinne Hoesli’s Lab – A reporter cell line for tracking endothelial cell differentiation
  • Poster #43 – Mohamed Elkhodiry, B.Sc., Dr. Corinne Hoesli’s Lab – Recruitment of human circulating endothelial progenitor cells using a bio-mimetic surface functionalization strategy
  • Poster #56 – Ryo Fujita, Ph.D., Dr. Colin Crist’s Lab – The adhesion G-protein coupled receptor GPR116 is required for muscle stem cell quiescence and self-renewal
  • Poster #59 – Sin Young Kwon, B.Sc., Dr. William Pastor’s Lab – Hypoxia promotes human trophoblast stem cell self renewal
  • Poster #61 – Colleen Russett, B.Sc., Dr. William Pastor’s Lab – Implementation of CRISPR interference in human trophoblast stem cells
  • Poster #62 – Darren Blackburn, M.Sc., Dr., Vahab Soleimani’s Lab – Myf6/MRF4 is a myogenic niche factor required for the maintenance of the muscle stem cell pool
  • Poster #65 – Solene Jamet, M.Sc., Dr. Colin Crist’s Lab – Expansion of skeletal muscle stem cells in the presence of novel chemical analogs of Sal003 – an inhibitor of eIF2a dephosphorylation
  • Poster #68 – Osama ElKashty, M.D., Dr. Simon Tran’s Lab – Sulforaphane increases drug-mediated cytotoxicity toward head & neck cancer stem cells
  • Poster #76 – Scott Bell, B.Sc., Dr. Carl Ernst’s Lab – Purine salvage deficiency drives energy deficits and impairs dopaminergic cell development in humans
  • Poster #87 – Rose Psaroudis, B.Sc., Dr. Inés Colmegna’s Lab – Reduced frequency of senescent human adipose tissue-derived multipotent mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) in pediatric versus adult donors following in vitro expansion
  • Poster #102 – Kyla Bourque, B.Sc., Prof. Terry Hébert’s Lab – Probing GPCR signalling in iPSC-derived cardiovascular cell types
  • Poster #106 – Ishtiaque Hossain, B.Sc., Dr. William Pastor’s Lab – Identification of factors involved in regulating DNMT3B expression in pluripotent cells

Under the Microscope Talks, Tuesday November 5, 2019:

Congratulations to Ahmad Sharanek, Ph.D., from Dr. Arezu Jahani-Asl’s Lab, whose abstract was selected for a Under the Microscope Talk. Go see him presents his work: Regulation of glioma stem cell self-renewal and tumorigenesis by carbohydrate binding proteins during the Session 1!

Poster session 2, Tuesday November 5, 2019:

  • Poster #156 – Omar Bashth, M.Sc., Dr. Corinne Hoesli’s Lab – Recruitment of Endothelial Progenitor Cells on Functionalized Surfaces for Cardiovascular Disease Treatments
  • Poster #170 – Felicia Lazure, B.Sc., Dr. Vahab Soleimani’s Lab – A genetic model to determine the effect of the niche microenvironment on the transcriptome of muscle stem cells at single cell resolution during aging
  • Poster #175 – Xinyun Su, Dr. Simon Tran’s Lab – Human labial gland-derived stem cells, conditioned medium, and cell extract restore the function of irradiated salivary glands
  • Poster #177 – Korin Sahinyan, M.Sc. , Dr. Vahab Soleimani’s Lab – Regulation of facultative heterochromatin by the REST/NRSF complex regulates skeletal muscle stem cell self-renewal
  • Poster #186 – Audrey Burban, Ph.D., Dr. Arezu Jahani-Asl’s Lab – The function of mitochondrial OSMR in glioma stem cell respiration and resistance to therapy
  • Poster #213 – Raymond Tran, MASc., Dr. Corinne Hoesli’s Lab – Developmental-mimicking geometries promote pancreatic differentiation and morphogenesis with pluripotent stem cell-derived pancreatic progenitors
  • Poster #214 – Malvin Jefri, M.Sc., Dr. Carl Ernst’s Lab – EHMT1 haploinsufficiency impairs neuronal cell fate determination in Kleefstra syndrome
  • Poster #217 – Chu-Han Feng, M.Sc., Dr. Michel L. Tremblay’s Lab – Unraveling the role of protein tyrosinephosphatasein regulating natural killer cell cytotoxicity
  • Poster #223 – Jessica Cinkornpumin, M.Sc., Dr. Wiliam Pastor’s Lab – Naïve pluripotent stem cells can be readily converted to a trophoblast-like state
  • Poster #224 – Alexandre Poirier, B.Sc., Dr. Michel L. Tremblay’s Lab – Increasing tumor specific antigens (TSAs) immunogenicity with phosphatases inhibitors for the potential treatment of acute myeloid leukemia (AML)
  • Poster #233 – Jacky Tung, M.Sc., Dr. Anastasia Nijnik’s Lab – Novel regulators of stress response and radioresistance in hematopoietic stem cells
  • Poster #234 – Yun Hsiao Lin, B.Sc., Dr. Anastasia Nijnik’s Lab – Loss of MYSM1 protects against the oncogenic activity of c-MYC in B-cell lymphoma


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