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Hypoxia: Molecules, Mechanisms and Disease (A3)

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Hypoxia: From Basic Mechanisms to Therapeutics (E3)

Organizer(s) Cormac T. Taylor, M. Celeste Simon, Sean P. Colgan and Roland H. Wenger
May 12—17, 2015
Royal Dublin Society • Dublin 4, Ireland
Discounted Abstract Deadline: Jan 13, 2015
Abstract Deadline: Feb 12, 2015
Scholarship Deadline: Jan 13, 2015
Discounted Registration Deadline: Mar 12, 2015

Organized in Collaboration with Science Foundation Ireland. Sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Summary of Meeting:
Tissue hypoxia occurs in a range of physiologic and pathophysiologic states. Consequently, the cellular response to hypoxia has important implications for both health and for diseases including (but not limited to) cancer, ischemia and chronic inflammation. Recently, the discovery and elucidation of specific hypoxia-inducible pathways has raised the possibility of developing new strategies for therapeutic benefit based on targeting hypoxia-sensitive pathways. The aim of this meeting is to disseminate up to date information on basic mechanisms of the cellular hypoxic response, discuss the impact of this response for health and disease and highlight the potential for developing new therapeutics based on our understanding of the pathways involved. It is anticipated that outcomes of this meeting will include the dissemination of new scientific knowledge, the discussion of new methodologies, the education of graduate students and fellows in the state-of-the-art and promoting new collaborations between clinicians, basic researchers and industrial partners. The Keystone Symposia Hypoxia meeting is widely accepted as the world’s leading conference addressing the topic and is a key date on the calendar for all researchers interested in this topic. We will bring together academic, clinical and industrial researchers to drive synergy through collaboration in developing the translational potential of targeting the HIF pathway for therapeutic benefit. This meeting will be held in conjunction with the European HypoxiaNET consortium.

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Science Foundation Ireland Scholarship Recipients

Philipp Barteczek
Heidelberg University, Germany

Nuray Bögürcü-Seidel
Justus Liebig Universtät, Germany

Elizabeth J. Campbell
University of Otago, Christchurch, New Zealand

Magali Castells

Charlotte D. Eaton
University of Birmingham, UK

Claudia Gerri
Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research, Germany

Patricia González-Rodriguez
University of Sevilla, Spain

Young-Eun Kim
Pohang University of Science and Technology, South Korea

Nan Lin
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, USA

Ellen Marks
University of Newcastle, Australia

Cristina Martin
University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA

Désirée Schönenberger
University of Zürich, Switzerland

Allison Lesher Williams
John A. Burns School of Medicine, USA

Nathalie Zeitouni
University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Germany

Ting Zhou
Duke University, USA