System biology tools and preclinical models for translational research in endometriosis and adhesion formation:

lessons from cancer and inflammation biology

ESHRE Campus symposium

Leuven, Belgium

4-5 September 2009

 

Speaker hand-outs


Proteomics/Peptidomics - E. Waelkens (Belgium)


Tools of “Omics” Metabolomics- R.J. Vreeken (Belgium)


From Bioinformatics to Health Decision Support  - B. Demoor (Belgium)


Proteomics in endometriosis  - C. Kyama (Belgium)


Invasion and metastasis - M. Mazzone (Belgium)

 

Innate immunity - J. Ceuppens (Belgium)

 

Profileration and apoptosis- D. Krysko (Belgium)

 

Stem cells: origin and possible applications in clinical medicine - C. Verfaillie (Belgium)

 

Endometrial stem cells - C. Simon (Spain)

 

In Vitro Models in Endometriosis Research - P. Groothuis (The Netherlands)

 

Rodent models for endometriosis research- R. Gruemmer (Germany)

 

Nonhuman primates for endometriosis research- T. D'Hooghe (Belgium)

 

Endometriosis Epigenetics and Stem Cells - H. Taylor (USA)

 

In vitro models for adhesion research - S. Herrick (United Kingdom)

 

Preclinical animal models for adhesion research - M. Binda (Belgium)

 

The challenges of pre-clinical models and endpoints in clinical translation in endometriosis - N. Pullen (United Kingdom)

 

Translational Research in Endometriosis - P. Groothuis (The Netherlands)

 

Practical and Regulatory Issues in EU and US Examples with Research Molecules  - S. Palmer (USA)