AuPS/ASB 2016 Adelaide Programme

Author index

Sunday 4th December 2016
3rd floor, Sir Hans Heysen Bldg
Allan Scott Auditorium
Ground Floor, Hawke Building
3rd floor, Sir Hans Heysen Bldg
2nd floor, Barbara Hanrahan Bldg
Unless otherwise indicated
13:30 Registration
Location: Foyer of Allan Scott Auditorium, ground floor, Hawke Bldg
14:00 Education Workshop
Developing teaching resources to aid with large scale teaching and assessment - GK4-30 Sir George Kingston Building
Chairs: Charles Sevigny & Julia Choate
17:30 AuPS Invited Lecture - Prof Lea Delbridge
Chair: Graham Lamb
17:30 L.M.D. Delbridge: Cardiac adventures in autophagy182P
18:30 Welcome Reception
Location: Kerry Packer Gallery, Level 3, Hawke Building


Monday 5th December 2016
3rd floor, Sir Hans Heysen Bldg
Allan Scott Auditorium
Ground Floor, Hawke Building
3rd floor, Sir Hans Heysen Bldg
2nd floor, Barbara Hanrahan Bldg
Unless otherwise indicated
07:30 Registration
In foyer of Allan Scott Auditorium, ground floor Hawke Bldg until 09:30, then in Bradley Forum, level 5, Hawke Bldg
08:00 Roberts Lecture
Chair: Graham Lamb
08:00 J.K. Choate: Enhancing students’ university experiences by engaging them with their course and equipping them for life-long learning184P
08:30 Free Communications - Skeletal Muscle
Chairs: Séverine Lamon & Tony Bakker
08:30 K.F. Howlett: Role of the extracellular matrix protease ADAMTS5 in diet induced insulin resistance1P
08:45 S. Lamon: Dysregulation of miRNA biogenesis machinery, miRNA/RNA ratio and miRNA normalizing targets in skeletal muscle of ALS mice2P
09:00 X. Ren: Characteristics of MMP-2 protein in rat skeletal muscle3P
09:15 X. Koenig: Real time imaging of trans-sarcolemma Ca2+-fluxes in mammalian skeletal muscle4P
09:30 J. Lam: Effect of curcumin exposure on skeletal muscle contractile function5P
09:45 M.A. Wallace: The influence of low carbohydrate and ketogenic diets on longevity and skeletal muscle maintenance with ageing6P
10:00 N.A. Beard: Anthracycline-induced skeletal muscle weakness: a role for chronic oxidative stress and disrupted calcium homeostasis?8P
Symposium: Transforming the classroom and helping others to adopt teaching innovations
Chair: Kay Colthorpe
08:30 M.K. Smith: Transforming the classroom and helping others to adopt teaching innovations9P
09:15 A.J. Moorhouse: “Hands-on” practical class activities to engage students in basic principles of cell physiology10P
09:40 T.D. Mulhern: Strategies for overcoming students’ misconceptions in large class settings11P
10:05 P. Poronnik: Creating and supporting transformation in physiology teaching12P
Symposium: Thinking small: Seeing biological processes with nanotechnology and photonics
Chair: Andrea Yool
08:30 A. François: Whispering gallery mode lasers for biosensing applications13P
09:00 S. Heng: Reversible sensing with a flip of the switch14P
09:30 M.R. Hutchinson: Nanoscale Biophotonics - using light to measure the previously unmeasurable within the central nervous system15P
10:00 N. Packer: Visualising N-glycosylation patterns in cancer and non-cancer cells16P
Symposium: Membrane active peptides and proteins
Chair: Frances Separovic
08:30 E. Deplazes: Phospholipid binding activity of the spider venom peptides ProTx-I and ProTx-II17P
09:00 M.-A. Sani: Structure and membrane topology of the pore-forming peptide maculatin 1.1 depends on lipid composition18P
09:30 S.T. Henriques: Membrane-binding and cellular uptake of cyclotides: scaffolds that stabilize and deliver drugs19P
10:00 M.B. Ulmshneider: How membrane active peptides partition into bilayers and spontaneously assemble into functional membrane proteins20P
10:30 Morning Tea (Bradley Forum, Level 5, Hawke Bldg)
11:00 Symposium: Latest advances in fluorescence and applications to physiological problems
Chair: Pierre Moens
11:00 F.A. Meunier: Nanoscope odyssey into the presynapse21P
11:30 A.C.F. Coster: On and off again: Tools and models for single molecule fluorescence imaging of actin and tropomyosin22P
12:00 A.H.A. Clayton: Probing and perturbing receptor signalling with microscopy, nanotechnology and microfluidics23P
12:30 R.J. Davey: Profilin membrane dynamics in live cells24P
Free Communications - Education
Chair: Charles Sevigny
11:00 F.C. Britton: Inspiring student learning through the introduction of The Reading Game25P
11:15 R.A. Taylor: Online simulations to support the teaching of physiology wet lab practicals26P
11:30 K. Colthorpe: Assessing critical evaluation skills of undergraduate science students27P
11:45 L. Ainscough: Learning hindrances and strategies reported by undergraduate physiology students: What makes a student resilient?28P
12:00 T.M. Lewis: Online adaptive tutorials that support learning in data interpretation and scientific reasoning30P
Symposium: Enteric neural functional circuits of intestinal motility
Chair: Marcello Costa
11:00 M. Costa: Neuromechanical factors of intestinal motility31P
11:30 G. O'Grady: High-resolution analysis of human gastrointestinal motor patterns and the clinical applications32P
12:00 J.C. Bornstein: Synaptic transmission in enteric circuits36P
12:30 N.J. Spencer: High resolution neuronal imaging reveals a novel enteric neural firing pattern that underlies colonic motor patterns in the mouse colon37P
Free Communications - Membrane Transport
Chairs: Ingo Koeper & Renae Ryan
11:00 R.J. Vandenberg: Molecular basis for substrate and inhibitor interactions with the glycine transporter, GlyT239P
11:15 S. Mostyn: Heads and tails: lipid inhibitors of glycine transport40P
11:30 R.J. Clarke: A possible Achilles heel of ion pumps41P
11:45 N.J. Freidman: Developing novel inhibitors of the glutamine transporter ASCT2 to treat cancer42P
12:00 O. Alghamdi: The effect of ageing and hypertension on the proton-coupled transporters PEPT1 and PEPT2 in the renal proximal tubule43P
12:15 R.J. Cater: Tuning the ion selectivity of glutamate transporter associated uncoupled conductances44P
12:30 Q. Wu: Investigating the elevator mechanism in a human nucleoside transporter (hCNT3)45P
12:45 A. Garcia: Effects of cholesterol depletion on the partial reactions of the Na+, K+-ATPase46P
13:00 Lunch
Location: H6-12, Hawke Bldg
Location: H6-12, Hawke Bldg
14:00 Free Communications - Cardiac muscle and vessels
Chair: Mary Wlodek
14:00 C.M. Loescher: Novel fluorescent techniques for investigating calcium handling properties of the cardiac sarcoplasmic reticulum (SR) and calsequestrin in the presence and absence of dantrolene47P
14:15 M.E. Reichelt: Cavin-1 deficiency modifies cardiac and coronary responses to stretch and ischemia by augmenting NOS activity48P
14:30 A.F. Dulhunty: Further consideration of FKBP12 association with RyR1 and RyR2 and regulation of RyR channel activity49P
14:45 A.J.A. Raaijmakers: Characterising the measurement of diastolic function in the intact rat cardiomyocyte51P
15:00 H.H. Ng: Serelaxin treatment reverses vascular dysfunction and cardiomyocyte hypertrophy in the streptozotocin-induced mouse model of Type 1 diabetes52P
15:15 M. Fronius: Shear force responsiveness of arteries depends on an interdependent activity of the epithelial Na+ channel and the endothelial glycocalyx53P
15:30 M. Christie: The effect of intrauterine growth restriction on Ca2+-activated force in β-escin skinned mesenteric arteries of 6-month old male Wistar-Kyoto rats54P
15:45 C.H. Leo: Short term serelaxin treatment reduces prostanoid-mediated endothelium-derived vasoconstriction and restores endothelial vasodilator function without concomitant changes to cardiac remodelling in spontaneously hypertensive rats55P
Symposium: Recent advances in the understanding adipose tissue development and function
Chair: Renae Taylor
14:00 M. Rodeheffer: Understanding how we get fat: Dietary regulation of adipogenesis56P
14:30 M.M. Swarbrick: Adipose tissue distribution and thermogenesis: relationships with metabolic disease57P
15:00 L.K. Heilbronn: Macrophages and tissue remodelling following acute nutritional modulation in humans58P
15:30 M.J. Watt: Exercise training and the molecular regulation of lipid metabolism59P
Free Communications - GI nutrition and digestions
Chair: Amanda Page
14:00 E. Cao: The impact of intestinal lymph extravasation on adipose tissue function and whole body insulin resistance60P
14:15 E.W.L. Sun: Metformin directly triggers GLP-1 and PYY secretion in human colon and ileum61P
14:30 A.M. Martin: The nutrient sensing capacity of mouse enterochromaffin cells is dictated by gastrointestinal location62P
14:45 A.L. Lumsden: Characterisation of glucose-induced serotonin secretion from primary cultured human enterochromaffin cells in health and disease63P
Symposium: Mechanisms of pumps, channels and transporters
Chair: Ron Clarke
14:00 T.W. Allen: Mechanisms of sodium selectivity in membrane ion transport64P
14:30 C. Grewer: Dynamics and mechanism of amino acid transport65P
15:00 K. Poole: Mechanoelectrical transduction at the membrane-matrix interface66P
15:30 F. Tadini-Buoninsegni: Functional characterisation of P-type ATPases using solid-supported membrane based electrophysiology67P
16:00 Afternoon Tea
16:30 Plenary Lecture
Location: Allan Scott Auditorium, ground floor Hawke Bldg
16:30 S.F. Scarlata: Caveolae membrane domains connect G protein – mediated calcium signals with mechanical deformation68P
17:30 ASB GM AuPS Early Careers Workshop
Location: H6-12, Hawke Bldg
Location: H6-12, Hawke Bldg
19:00 Student/ECR mixer


Tuesday 6th December 2016
3rd floor, Sir Hans Heysen Bldg
Allan Scott Auditorium
Ground Floor, Hawke Building
3rd floor, Sir Hans Heysen Bldg
2nd floor, Barbara Hanrahan Bldg
Unless otherwise indicated
08:30 Symposium: The many pathways of gut control of metabolism
Chair: Damien Keating
08:30 F. Reimann: L-cell physiology and glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) secretion69P
09:00 R.L. Young: Augmented capacity for intestinal serotonin release in obese subjects70P
09:30 A.J. Page: Satiety signals from the gastrointestinal tract in health and obesity71P
10:00 D.J. Keating: Use of a novel Down syndrome genetic screen identifies a regulator of pancreatic β-cell function linked to type 2 diabetes72P
Symposium: Stem cells and tissue engineering: New tools for experimental physiology and regenerative medicine
Chairs: Enzo Porello & James Hudson
08:30 M. Tiburcy: Engineered heart muscle for modelling human cardiac disease73P
09:00 J.E. Frith: Manipulation of mechano-responsive miRNAs to drive mesenchymal stem cell fate in biomaterial composites74P
09:30 R.J. Mills: Bioengineering skeletal muscle: how to build an intact human motor unit75P
10:00 M.D. Grounds: Obstacles and challenges for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine76P
Symposium: Alternative approaches to the use of animals in physiology and biophysics
Chairs: Toby Allen & Boris Martinac
08:30 R.J. French: Allosteric modulation of gating by agonists and antagonists studied in prokaryotic, voltage-gated sodium channels185P
09:05 A.D.H. Peterson: Modelling for understanding and prediction of epileptic seizures as a viable replacement for animal models77P
09:25 A.P. Hill: Using induced pluripotent stem cell derived cardiomyocytes to screen for multichannel pharmacology and proarrhythmic risk in acquired long QT syndrome78P
09:45 S.P. Lal: The Sydney Heart Bank: An international resource to help understand human heart failure while minimising the use of animals79P
10:05 M.A.B. Baker: Droplet-hydrogel lipid bilayers as an alternative model for studying mechanosensation80P
10:30 Morning Tea
11:00 Symposium: Skeletal muscle physiology in health, disease and ageing
Chair: Bradley Launikonis
11:00 T.H. Pedersen: Role of ClC-1 Cl ion channels for skeletal muscle function in health and disease81P
11:30 C.J. Barclay: Using energetics to understand the basis of diverse muscle function82P
12:00 C.R. Lamboley: Sarcoplasmic reticulum function in human skeletal muscle during ageing and inactivity83P
12:30 B.S. Launikonis: Altered Ca2+-handling in human skeletal muscle to alleviate Ca2+-induced damage in the days associated with delayed onset muscle soreness84P
Symposium: Developmental origins of health and disease: metabolism and exercise
Chair: Glenn McConell
11:00 K.L. Gatford: Developmental origins of health and disease – can exercise improve adult outcomes?85P
11:30 M. Lane: Exercise before conception – dads matter too86P
12:00 M.J. Morris: Investigating the impact of exercise during pregnancy87P
12:30 G.K. McConell: Developmental origins of health and disease: can exercise early in postnatal life improve adult outcomes?88P
Free Communications - Cell signalling
Chairs: Grygori Rychov & Trevor Lewis
11:00 R.A. Taylor: Blocking fatty acid uptake reduces prostate cancer progression89P
11:15 D. Poger: Simulating biologically relevant membranes: tackling lipid diversity in bacterial membranes90P
11:30 C.W. Gray: Akt translocation under increasing insulin stimulation91P
11:45 V. Suresh: Barrier function and ion transport in an oleic acid-induced model of lung injury92P
12:00 R.M. Dwyer: Vitamin D and sex affect metabolic function and the development of NAFLD93P
12:15 A.A. Peters: Golgi calcium pump secretory pathway Ca2+ ATPase 1 (SPCA1) in breast cancer cells94P
12:30 G.Y. Rychkov: Regulation of Ca2+ release activated Ca2+ channels by intracellular pH95P
12:45 G.D. Housley: Phenotyping the differential innervation of the peripherin knockout mouse cochlea7P
Free Comminications - Membrane and protein biophysics
Chairs: Charles Cranfield & Jacob Anderson
11:00 I.Y. Hasan: Nano-domain equilibria in biomimetic membranes96P
11:15 C.G. Cranfield: How the morphology of lipid bilayers is altered by pH97P
11:30 I. Köper: Tethered bilayer lipid membranes to study membrane proteins98P
11:45 J. Andersson: A model of the outer membrane of Gram-negative bacteria99P
12:00 P.D.J. Moens: Analysis of profilin dynamics at the cell membrane by image pair correlation and number and brightness analysis101P
12:15 M.H. Rashid: Exploring the binding of photoacids to the surface of insulin amyloid fibril by docking and all-atom simulations102P
12:30 D.M. Hatters: Huntingtin inclusions trigger cellular quiescence, deactivate apoptosis and lead to delayed necrosis103P
12:45 L.M. Sternicki: Investigating the role of the N-terminal domain unique to eukaryotic class III Biotin Protein Ligases104P
13:30 Posters and Afternoon Tea
1 105PA. Das: Impairment of an endothelial NAD+-H2S signaling network is a reversible cause of vascular aging
2 106PP.T.T. Nguyen: A general discretization method for connecting free-energy landscape models of biomolecular motors to motor behaviour
3 107PM. Oda: Structural dynamics and physical properties of single-chain Fv antibodies against (4-hydroxy-3-nitrophenyl)acetyl
4 108PD.M. Housley: A HEK293 bioreporter cell line demonstrates temporally differentiated effects on impedance and ryanodine receptor modulation by venom fractions from the Australian scorpion Liocheles waigiensis
5 109PE. Deplazes: Thumbs up for PcTx1 – mechanistic insight into the binding of the venom peptide PcTx1 to the acid sensing ion channel 1a from free energy calculations
6 110PD. Kloosterman: Delayed post-prandial insulin secretion in individuals with low diabetes risk and its reversibility with exercise training
7 111PL. Kiriaev: Age related changes in mass contractile properties and eccentric contraction damage of fast- and slow-twitch mouse muscles
8 112PH. Dockrell: Serotonin distribution in the colon: insights from computational biology
9 113PS. Inaba: Structural dynamics of c-Myb DNA-binding domain revealed by variable temperature and pH studies
10 114PE. Flood: Simulations of ion selectivity in the acid-sensing ion channel ASIC1a
11 115PD. Patel: Computational study of aggregation mechanism in lysozyme [D67H]
12 116PK. Javed: Development of biomarkers for the protein restriction using Slc6a19 knock out mice
13 117PQ. Cheng: Identification of novel inhibitors of the amino acid transporter B0AT1 (SLC6A19), a potential target to induce protein restriction and to treat type 2 diabetes
14 Absrtract withdrawn
15 119PR.H. Choi: Integral role of Mg2+ in observing the inhibitory effect of dantrolene
16 120PS. Al Rawi: Effects of novel urea analogues of NS1643 on potassium and calcium fluxes in cardiac muscle cells
17 121PJ.E. Church: Thymosin beta 4 and its bioactive fragments as preconditioning agents for skeletal myoblasts
18 122PP.H. Barry: Mobilities of methanesulfonate, needed for liquid junction potential corrections, and of two related anions, and a mystery solved
19 123PF.H. Zhou: The role of TRPM2 channels in the liver ischemia-reperfusion injury
20 124PG. Morales-Scholz: Autophagy modulation in the liver and skeletal muscle of high-fat fed mice
21 125PL.J. Keightley: Cyclic neural motor patterns in the full isolated intact intestine of the mouse
23 127PM.K. Adams: Ca2+ release-activated Ca2+ channels are regulated by Calpain
24 128PP. Ridone: Human Piezo1 membrane localization and gating kinetics are modulated by cholesterol levels
25 129PR. Mohd Rosli: Assessment of gas and liquid bolus movement using impedance manometry in rabbit colon
26 130PT. Berry: A study of the effects of tethering chemistry on the properties of tethered membranes
27 131PH.K. Smith: Molecular, architectural and functional adaptations of skeletal muscle to power resistance exercise
28 132PA.J. Moorhouse: Overexpression of KCC2 reduces neuronal hyperexcitability
29 133PC.J. Taylor: Hypoxic preconditioning of myoblasts implanted in a tissue engineering chamber significantly increases local angiogenesis via regulation of angiogenic growth factors and miRNA
30 134PC.J. Taylor: Serum miRNAs are unsuitable for use as biomarkers for assessing skeletal muscle regeneration in a commonly used mouse model of myotoxic injury
31 135PM.A. Fuller: A breath of fresh air for cystic fibrosis- using nanotechnology to increase efficacy of gene therapy
32 136PA.J. Bakker: High frequency doublet stimulation enhances the rate of force development in fast-twitch skeletal muscle by increasing early binding of Ca2+ to the second binding site of troponin C
33 137PS.M. Lee: (+)-naloxone and (+)-naltrexone limits nuclear factor Κ β translocation in LPS stimulated H9C2s
34 138PL.G. Forgan: Inhibition of the extracellular matrix protease ADAMTS5 improves strength in fast-twitch hindlimb muscles from young, dystrophic mdx mice
35 139PN.L. McRae: The consequences of the genetic reduction of the extracellular protein versican on hindlimb muscle function and structure depend on muscle fibre type and age in dystrophic mdx mice
36 18PM.-A. Sani: Structure and membrane topology of the pore-forming peptide maculatin 1.1 depends on lipid composition
15:30 Symposium: New paradigms in myocardial metabolism and pathogenesis
Chairs: Kimberley Mellor & Livia Hool
15:30 F. del Monte: Cofilin: a cardiac amyloid precursor implicated in dilated cardiomyopathy140P
16:00 S.L. McGee: Adipose-derived amyloid protein exerts cardiometabolic effect141P
16:30 J.R. Bell: Cardiac adipose, aromatase and arrhythmia vulnerability142P
17:00 K.L. Weeks: HDAC signalling through post-translational modification exerts hypertrophic action143P
Symposium: A placenta for life
Chair: Deanne Hryciw
15:30 C.T. Roberts: Crosstalk between the mother, placenta and fetus in health and disease144P
16:00 N.J. Hannan: Hypoxic inducible miRNAs in placental pathologies145P
16:30 J.S.M. Cuffe: Maternal glucocorticoids impair placental development, induce cellular stress and program fetal outcomes in a sex specific manner146P
17:00 V.L. Clifton: The placenta for life: detecting childhood susceptibility to allergy147P
Free Comminications - Channel biophysics
Chair: Glenn King
15:30 L. Ma: Novel human EAG1 channel antagonists from spider venoms148P
15:45 A.J. Agwa: Spider peptide toxin HwTx-IV engineered to bind to lipid membranes has an increased inhibitory potency at human voltage-gated sodium channel NaV1.7149P
16:00 B.A. Cromer: Role of GABAa/c receptor N-terminal regions in assembly, trafficking and function150P
16:15 N. Bavi: Perturbation of bilayer surface tension differentially modulates mechanosensitive ion channels151P
16:30 Y.A. Nikolaev: Force sensitivity of TRPC6 ion channel152P
16:45 S.A. Holt: Fundamentals of the interaction between BiNSAID chemopreventive agents and cell membrane mimics153P
17:00 A.D. Hines: Pharmacological activation of defective hERG potassium channels in the treatment of long QT type 2 syndrome154P
17:15 M.J. Beilby: Fireworks of salt stress: The role of H+/OH channels in saline pathology of Chara australis155P
18:30 Conference Dinner - pre-dinner drinks on the terrace
Location: Ian McLachlan Room, Adelaide Oval


Wednesday 7th December 2016
3rd floor, Sir Hans Heysen Bldg
Allan Scott Auditorium
Ground Floor, Hawke Building
3rd floor, Sir Hans Heysen Bldg
2nd floor, Barbara Hanrahan Bldg
Unless otherwise indicated
09:00 Symposium: Transporters and channels as drug targets in cancer
Chair: Stefan Bröer
09:00 S. Broer: A systems biology approach to predict amino acid homeostasis in cancer cells156P
09:30 J. Holst: Targeting glutamine transport in triple-negative breast cancer157P
10:00 G.R. Monteith: Calcium permeable ion channel remodelling in breast cancer158P
10:30 A.J. Yool: Blocking cancer cell migration with novel drugs for aquaporin water and ion channels159P
Free Communications - Fetal Physiology
Chairs: Jessica Briffa & Kathy Gatford
09:00 M.E. Wlodek: Maternal stress during pregnancy alters placental development and glucose transporter expression160P
09:15 J. Soo: Sex specific effect of preterm birth on mRNA expression of drug transporters in guinea pig liver161P
09:30 D. Mahizir: Metabolic and cardiorenal adaptations to pregnancy in females born small on a high fat diet and the benefits of endurance exercise training162P
09:45 J.R. Darby: Sex dependant cardiac effects of a postnatal Western diet: exacerbated by low birth weight?163P
10:00 Y.T.M. Mangwiro: The impact of exercise and high-fat feeding in growth restricted females on the placental IGF-system and nephron number in male fetuses164P
10:15 M. Lock: Cardiac miRNA expression in the fetus and six month old sheep in response to myocardial infarction165P
10:30 J.F. Briffa: Males rats born small have elevated resting metabolic rate despite being less active and do not have exacerbated insulin resistance on a high fat diet166P
10:45 D.R. Sekali: Sustained expression of KV7 channels during labour is associated with a highly negative uterine muscle resting membrane potential and dysfunctional labour in women167P
Symposium: Cardiomyocyte mechano- and myofilament dysfunction in heart failure progression
Chairs: David Saint & Lea Delbridge
09:00 K.M. Mellor: Role of hexose-sugar-induced post-translational modifications in contractile myofilament dysregulation168P
09:30 H. Viola: Myofilament mutations alter calcium channel and mitochondrial functional communication169P
10:00 E. White: Creatine kinase, myofilament stiffness and cardiomyocyte mechanics170P
10:30 D. Fatkin: Role of truncating titin mutations in dilated cardiomyopathy183P
11:00 Morning Tea
11:30 Free Communications - Exercise physiology
Chair: Mike McKenna
11:30 D.J. Morrison: Using a triple glucose tracer technique to quantify postprandial glucose flux after acute exercise and exercise training171P
11:45 H. Xu: Effects of chronic inactivity on physiological and biochemical characteristics of rat skeletal muscle172P
12:00 C.D. Wingate: The contractile characteristics of a novel dystrophin-negative mouse strain with enhanced voluntary exercise capability173P
12:15 A.J. Genders: Physiological changes in pH alter markers of mitochondrial biogenesis after a single bout of high-intensity exercise in rats174P
12:30 C.S. Shaw: A single bout of high intensity interval training reduces the autophagosome content in type I and type II muscle fibres175P
12:45 N. Eynon: ACTN3 R577X genotype is associated with bone formation markers in humans176P
Symposium: Imaging cardiovascular disease and promoting repair
Chair: Janna Morrison
11:30 J.B. Selvanayagam: Imaging in the clinic: Advances in tissue characterisation and oxygenation assessment177P
12:00 J.L. Morrison: Imaging cardiac function and response to infarct in the fetus178P
12:30 L.J. Parry: Fighting cardiovascular disease with knowledge gained from pregnancy179P
13:00 C.S. Bonder: Desmoglein-2: getting to the heart of adhesion180P
ASB Award Lectures
Chair: Pierre Moens
11:30 ASB Bob Robertson Lecture
12:30 ASB McAuley-Hope Lecture
13:30 Lunch
14:00 Student Prizes / AuPS AGM

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