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Wednesday, 1 September 2010

 

13:00 – 19:30

Registration (Balliol College, Library Passage)

16:30 – 16:45

Peter Kohl

Welcome (Medical Sciences Teaching Centre)

Session 1: The Medtronic Lecture on Cardiac Mechano-Electric Integration

Chair: Denis Noble

16:45 – 17:45

José Jalife

Of mice and men... and the pursuit of sudden cardiac death prevention

19:00 –

Welcome Reception (Balliol College, Hall)

Thursday, 2 September 2010

Session 2: Sub-Cellular Mechano-Sensitivity: Mechano-Sensitive Ion Channels

Chair: David A Saint

09:15 – 09:50

Boris Martinac

Evolutionary origins of Mechano-sensitive ion channels

09:50 - 10:25

Paul Rosenberg

TRPC1 channels are critical for mechanical signaling in the cardiac muscle

 

Coffee Break

10:45 - 11:20

Keiji Naruse

Cardiac stretch activated potassium channels

11:20 - 11:55

Catherine E Morris

Mechanosensitivity of cardiac voltage-gated channels

11:55 - 12:05

Workshop Photograph

 

Lunch Break (with poster preview)

Session 3: Sub-Cellular Mechano-Sensitivity: Other Mechanisms

Chair: Leslie Tung

13:30 - 14:05

Martin Morad

Mechanical modulation of Ca2+ handling: new players

14:05 - 14:40

Pieter P de Tombe

Frank-Starling's law of the heart: myofilament length dependent activation

14:40 - 15:15

Henk Granzier

Stretch and titin

 

Coffee Break

15:45 - 16:20

Kit Parker

Stretch and cell architecture

16:20 - 16:55

Frank Sachse

Stretch and the cardiomyocyte transverse tubular system

Session 4: Poster Session

17:00 - 19:30

Posters (with drinks and nibbles)


Friday, 3 September 2010

Session 5: Integration of Mechano-Electric Activity: Key Techniques

Chair: Ursula Ravens

09:15 - 09:50

Patrizia Camelliti

Cardiac tissue slice models and MEC research

09:50 - 10:25

Alex Quinn

Optical mapping of mechano-electric coupling effects

 

Coffee Break

10:45 - 11:20

Viatcheslav Gurev

Computational modeling of mechano-electric coupling in the heart

11:20 - 11:55

Rainer Schimpf

U-wave of the ECG: a mechano-electric phenomenon

 

Lunch Break (posters on display)

Session 6: Multi-Cellular Effects

Chair: Michiel J Janse

13:15 - 13:50

Ed White

Effects of stretch in right ventricular failure

13:50 - 14:25

Ron Joyner

Stretch effects during oxidative stress

14:25 - 15:00

Andrew McCulloch

Stretch effects on cardiac conduction

 

Coffee Break

15:30 - 16:05

Troy Baudino

Cardiac tissue: a heterogeneous substrate for electro-mechanical coupling

16:05 - 16:40

Nico Kuijpers

Mechano-electrical feedback during pacing

Session 7: The Leica Microsystems Lecture

Chair: Peter Kohl

16:45 - 17:45

Sir Magdi Yacoub

Evidence for cardiac mechano-electric interactions from clinical trials of cardiac assist devices: what next?

19:00 - 19:30

Pre-Dinner Drinks (Balliol College)

19:30 -

Conference Dinner (Balliol College, Hall)

Saturday, 4 September 2010

Session 8: Cardiac Electro-Mechanics in Animal Models

Chair: Peter Taggart

09:15 - 09:50

Frits Prinzen

Mechanical pre- and post-conditioning

09:50 - 10:25

Paul Volders

Mechanical heterogeneity and torsades de pointes

 

Coffee Break

10:45 - 11:20

Omer Berenfeld

Mechanically-induced pulmonary ectopy

11:20 - 11:55

Ruben Coronel

Stretch-induced atrial electrophysiology changes in mitral valve disease

 

Lunch Break

Session 9: Clinical Relevance of Cardiac Electro-Mechanical Integration

Chair: Frank Bode

13:00 - 13:35

Jonathan Kalman

Mechanically-induced electrical remodelling in human atrium

13:35 - 14:10

David Rosenbaum

Mechanical triggers of long term ventricular electrical remodeling

14:10 - 14:45

Thomas Pellis

Cardiac mechanical resuscitation: potential

14:45 - 15:20

Jocelyn Berdowski

Cardiac mechanical resuscitation: risks

 

Coffee Break

Session 10: Plenary Discussion: What next?

Chair: Max J Lab

15:45 - 16:00

Michael R Franz

Clinical use of cardiac mechano-electric integration: 25 years from now

16:00 - 16:45

Plenary Discussion

 

 

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