An Unique, One-Day Event for Thought Leaders in Circadian Rhythms and Human Egg Biology to Discuss Possible Roles for Circadian Signals in Early Human Development and Stem Cell Differentiation
In 2002, the Foundation launched The Activated Egg symposium series. With attendance limited to 100 the event provides a unique environment for investigators from academia, industry and infertility clinics to meet and form collaborations.
Due to confidentiality concerns, we have not posted Dr. Mendez’s talk to our site, however, more information on his research interests and ongoing work is available here: http://ivarmendezfoundation.org
Dr. Mario Capecchi “Gene Targeting into the 21st Century: Mouse Models of Human Disease from Cancer to Neuropsychiatric Disorders.”
Distinguished Professor of Human Genetics & Biology at the U. of Utah School of Medicine, an Investigator with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, as well as a 2007 Nobel Laureate for Physiology & Medicine.
Ann Kiessling, PhD, Harvard Medical School, and Director of the Bedford Stem Cell Research Foundation, speaking at the 2011, Activated Egg Symposium on, “Are early human embryos naturally aneuploid?”
Janet Rossant, PhD, FRS, FRSC, “Manipulating the mouse embryo: from lineages to stem cells and back again”
“Manipulating the mouse embryo: from lineages to stem cells and back again” presented by Dr. Janet Rossant The 2011 keynote, Dr. Janet Rossant, Professor of Molecular Genetics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Toronto, and Chief of Research at the Hospital for Sick Children
From the International Conference of Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine for Neurodegenerative Diseases to be held at the Tzu-Chi Hospital in Hualien, Taiwan on April 22-24, 2010.
Section Chief, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
Professor of Reproductive Science, Centre for Reproductive Biology, The Queen’s Medical Research Institute, University of Edinburgh
“Human ESC differentiation toward neural and vascular networks.” GRA Eminent Scholar and Director of the Regenerative Bioscience Center, Edgar L. Rhodes Center for ADS, Univ. of Georgia
Dr. Truog is a member of the Bedford Stem Cell Research Foundation’s Ethics Advisory Committee and is the Director of Clinical Ethics at Harvard Medical School, as well as, a Professor of Anesthesia, Pediatrics, and Medical Ethics at Harvard Medical School.
Steven Sheridan is the Principal Scientist / Manager, Stem Cells / Cell Biology, Applications and Technology Development, Millipore Corporation, BioSciences Division
University of Connecticut | Nature: Fully grown cells yield clones | Scientific American: Cell Differentiation No Barrier to Cloning | BBC News: Cloning without stem cells work
Lawrence Wangh, PhD, Dinner Speaker, Activated Egg Symposium ’06 from Bedford Research Foundation on Vimeo. A presentation of cloning history, ethical dilemmas and current research. Lawrence Wangh, PhD is a professor at Brandeis University
Professor Alan Trounson’s research during the late 1970s established IVF as a practical and repeatable method for the treatment of human infertility that was adopted worldwide. He has since initiated many new innovations in ART. Professor Trounson leads the Monash IVF Scientific team. In Berlin in 2004, Professor Trounson was awarded the Bertarelli Foundation Award…
Dr. Daniel Wikler, Professor of Ethics and Population Health at Harvard speaks at the 2005 Activated Egg Symposium sponsored by the Bedford Stem Cell Research Foundation.
Dr. Stephen Sullivan from the Laboratory of Kevin Eggan, Harvard University, presents, “Reprogramming of Human Somatic Cells by Fusion with Human ES Cells,” at the Activated Egg Symposium 2005, sponsored by the Bedford Stem Cell Research Foundation.
Dr. Zhongde Wang, Hematech Corp, presents, “Sequential Gene Targeting in Cattle,” at the 2005 Activated Egg Symposium, hosted by the Bedford Stem Cell Research Foundation.
Dr. Battaglia’s 2005 talk “Eggs, Sugar and Ice: Recipe for Fertility Preservation
Dr. Anne McLaren of the Welcome Trust Cancer Research UK Gurdon Institute of the University of Cambridge, gives the keynote address at the Bedford Stem Cell Research Foundation’s 2005 Activated Egg Symposium. Professor Anne McLaren was arguably the most accomplished developmental biologist in the world at this time. We were honored that she delivered the…
Associate Professor of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, Harvard Medical School
Dr. John Biggers, Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Harvard Medical School, presents, “Caveats in the Use of Chemically Defined Media for Embryo Culture” at the 2004 Activated Egg Symposium sponsored by the Bedford Stem Cell Research Foundation.
Dr. Arthur Applbaum, Professor of Ethics and Public Policy, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, presents, “Stem Cell Research and the Political Philosophy of Moral Disagreement” at the 2004 Activated Egg Symposium, sponsored by the Bedford Stem Cell Research Foundation.
2004 Activated Egg Symposium Associate Professor of Animal Science, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Rudolph Jaenisch was the Activated Egg Symposium’s first Keynote speaker in 2002