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2020 Annual Meeting Program

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DAY 1: WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:15 AM
WHS WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION
Geoffrey C. Gurtner, MD, FACS; Elizabeth A. Grice, PhD; Katherine Radek, PhD
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM
WHS SESSION A: Wound Healing Foundation Thomas K. Hunt Lecturer (non-accredited)
Moderators: Laura K.S. Parnell, BS, MS, CWS; Geoffrey C. Gurtner, MD, FACS
Speaker: Randy W. Schekman, PhD
9:15 AM - 9:30 AM
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9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
WHS SESSION B: Wound Pathogens and the Microbiome
Moderators: Lindsay Kalan PhD; Alex Cheong, PhD
Speakers: Victor Nizet, MD; Marvin Whitely, PhD; Irena Pastar, PhD
11:00 AM - 11:15 AM
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11:15 AM - 12:45 PM
WHS SESSION C: Fibrosis and Scaring
Moderators: Jeffrey W. Shupp, MD; Shawn Tejiram, MD
Speakers: Geoffrey C. Gurtner, MD, FACS; Sundeep G. Keswani, MD; Latha Satish, PhD
12:45 PM - 2:00 PM
WOUND SHARK LUNCH
Moderators: Vickie Driver, DPM; Mitchell Sanders, PhD; Gary Robinson, PhD
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2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
WHS SESSION D: Neuroinflammation
Moderators: Sandra K. Rosenberg, MD; Michelle Bagood, MS
Speakers: Rivkah Isseroff, MD; Daniel Kaplan, MD; Sangeeta Chavan, PhD
3:30 PM - 3:45 PM
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3:45 PM - 5:15 PM
WHS SESSION E: Biomaterials
Moderators: Mitchell Sanders, PhD; Lindsay Poland, MS
Speakers: Kara L. Spiller, PhD; Kaitlyn Sadtler, PhD; Karen L. Christman, PhD, FAHA
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM
WHS BUSINESS MEETING
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
SOCIAL EVENT FOR WHS MEMBERS
San Diego Zoo
Registered WHS members are invited to attend. Transportation to depart from the front entrance of the Convention Center at 6:15pm.
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DAY 2: THURSDAY, MAY 14, 2020
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
WHS COMMITTEE MEETINGS
9:00 AM - 9:15 AM
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9:15 AM - 10:30 AM
SAWC SPRING OPENING CEREMONY AND KEYNOTE ADDRESS
10:30 AM - 10:45 AM
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10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
WHS SESSION F: International Sister Society Session: Japanese Society Of Wound Healing (JSWH)
Moderator: Susan W. Volk, VMD, PhD, Dipl ACVS
Speakers: Ryoichi Mori, MD; Munezumi Fujita, MD
11:45 AM - 12:00 PM
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12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
INDUSTRY-SUPPORTED LUNCH SYMPOSIA
1:30 PM - 1:45 PM
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1:45 PM - 4:00 PM
WHS SESSION G: YOUNG INVESTIGATORS SYMPOSIUM
Moderators: Geoffrey C. Gurtner, MD, FACS; Alan Wells, MD DMSc; Ulrich auf dem Keller, PhD
1:45
G.01. EPIDERMAL NRF2 ORCHESTRATES TISSUE REGENERATION THROUGH REGULATION OF CCL2
Alvaro Villarreal Ponce1, Melat Tiruneh-Worku2, Joshua David1, Chris Guerrero-Juarez3, Kristen Dammeyer1, Jasmine Lee1, Joe Kuhn1, Jennifer Kwong1, Piul Rabbani1, Daniel Ceradini1
1NYU Langone Health, New York, NY, USA, 2Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson School of Medicine, New Jersy, NJ, USA, 3UC Irvine, Irvine, CA, USA
2:00
G.02. HUMAN NRF2-ACTIVE MULTIPOTENT STROMAL CELL EXOSOMES REVERSE PATHOLOGIC DIABETIC WOUND HEALING
Joseph Kuhn, Absara Hassan, Sonali Sharma, Jennifer Kwong, Montaha Rahman, Salma Adam, Alvaro Villarreal-Ponce, Jasmine Lee, Piul S. Rabbani
NYU Langone Health, New York, NY, USA
2:15
G.03. HUMAN TISSUE REPAIR AND REGENERATION - REGULATORY LANDSCAPES IN RESPONSE TO INJURY
Trevor R. Leonardo1, Lin Chen1, Phillip T. Marucha2, Kimberly Glass3, Luisa A. DiPietro1
1University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA, 2Oregon Health Science University, Portland, OR, USA, 3Channing Division of Network Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA
2:30
G.04. COMMENSAL MICROBIOTA REGULATES SKIN BARRIER FUNCTION AND REPAIR VIA SIGNALING THROUGH THE ARYL HYDROCARBON RECEPTOR
Aayushi Uberoi1, Casey Bartow McKenny1, Qi Zheng1, Laurice Flowers1, Simon Knight1, Victoria Lovins1, Neal Chan1, Monica Wei1, Julia Bugayev1, Joseph Horwinski1, Charles Bradley1, Jason Meyer2, Debra Cumrine2, Peter Elias2, Elizabeth Mauldin1, Thomas R. Sutter3, Elizabeth Grice1
1University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA, 2University of California, San Fransisco, CA, USA, 3University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, USA
2:45
G.05. DIGIT TIP REGENERATION RELIES ON GERM LAYER RESTRICTED WNT AND HEDGEHOG SIGNALING
Janos Barrera, Zeshaan Maan, Yuval Rinkevich, Dominic Henn, Kellen Chen, Clark A. Bonham, Jagannath Padmanabhan, Michael Januszyk, Irving L. Weissman, Geoffrey C. Gurtner
Stanford, Stanford, CA, USA
3:00
G.06. GRANZYME B CONTRIBUTES TO PRESSURE INJURY SEVERITY IN AGED SKIN
Christopher Turner, Matthew Zeglinski, Juliana Bolsoni, Hongyan Zhao, Anthony Papp, David Granville
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada
3:15
G.07. THEORETICAL-EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH TO DEVELOP ELECTROTHERAPY FOR DIABETIC WOUND HEALING
Nava P. Rijal1, Jeremy Lesas2, Caroline Meguerditchian2, Dmitrii Kruglov3, Sagar Mehta4, Jonathan Bath5, Andrei Kogan3, Daria Narmoneva1
1Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, USA, 2Université de Bordeaux, France, France, 3Department of Physics, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, USA, 4Vascular Surgery, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH, USA, 5Vascular Surgery, University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia, MO, USA
3:30
G.08. CUTANEOUS TRPV1+ NOCICEPTORS MEDIATE THE INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE TO PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA IN INFECTED WOUNDS
Michelle D. Bagood, MS1, Daniel J. Yoon2, Alan V. Nguyen1, Daniel R. Fregoso3, Andrea I. Medina Lopez3, Kevin J. Tracey4, William J. Murphy3, Athena Soulika3, R Rivkah Isseroff3
1Immunology Graduate Group, University of California, Davis, CA, USA, 2Dermatology Section, VA Northern California Health Care System, Sacramento, CA, USA, 3Department of Dermatology, UCD Health, Sacramento, CA, USA, 4Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research, Northwell Health, New York, NY, USA
3:45
G.09. ETRS WINNER
BIOINSPIRED NANOMATERIALS FOR CELL-SELECTIVE ACTIVATION OF GROWTH FACTORS TO PROMOTE HEALING

N Oliva and B Almquist
Imperial College London, Bioengineering, London (UK)
4:00 PM - 4:15 PM
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4:15 PM - 5:15 PM
WHS SESSION H: CONCURRENT ORAL ABSTRACTS I (non-accredited)
 
ACUTE WOUNDS AND BURN WOUNDS (H1)
Moderators: Adrian Barbul, MD; Sundeep Kerwani, MD
4:15
H1.01. PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF A PHASE 3 OPEN-LABEL, CONTROLLED, RANDOMIZED TRIAL EVALUATING THE EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF A BIOENGINEERED REGENERATIVE SKIN CONSTRUCT IN PATIENTS WITH DEEP PARTIAL-THICKNESS THERMAL BURNS
James H. Holmes1, Jeffrey W. Shupp2, David Smith3, Victor Joe4, Joshua Carson5, Jeffrey Antell6, Steven Kahn7, Tracee Short8, Leopoldo Cancio9, Julie Rizzo10, Jeffrey Carter11, Kevin Foster12, Janice Smiell13, Angela Lf Gibson14
1Department of Surgery, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston Salem, NC, USA, 2Department of Surgery, Medstar Washington Hospital Center, Washington DC, WA, USA, 3Department of Plastic Surgery, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA, 4Department of Surgery, University of California at Irvine, Irvine, CA, USA, 5Department of Surgery, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA, 6Department of Surgery, University of Missouri Health Care, Columbia, MT, USA, 7Department of Surgery, University of South Alabama Medical Center, Mobile, AL, USA, 8Department of Surgery, Baton Rouge General Medical Center, Baton Rouge, LA, USA, 9United States Army Institute of Surgical Research, Fort Sam Houston, TX, USA, 10United States Army Institute of Surgical Research, Joint Base, San Antonio, TX, USA, 11Department of Surgery, Louisiana State University School of Medicine, University Medical Center New Orleans, New Orleans, LA, USA, 12Department of Surgery, The Arizona Burn Center at MIHS, Phoenix, AZ, USA, 13Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals, Bedminster, NJ, USA, 14Department of Surgery, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison, WI, USA
4:25
H1.02. KERATINOCYTE-DERIVED EXOSOMAL PACKAGING DRIVES CONVERSION OF INJURY-SITE MACROPHAGE TO FIBROBLAST-LIKE CELLS IN GRANULATION TISSUE OF MURINE WOUND
Subhadip Ghatak1, Xiaoju Zhou1, Amanda P. Siegel1, Brooke A. Brown2, Amitava Das1, Sashwati Roy1, Yi Xuan1, Mangilal Agarwal1, Robert J. Lee3, David E. Clemmer2, Chandan K. Sen1
1Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN, USA, 2Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA, 3Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA
4:35
H1.03. WOUND HEALING MACROPHAGES: THE INTERVENTION OF ATP TO STIMULATE PRO-WOUND HEALING PHENOTYPES
Harshini Sarojini, Sarah Eichenberger, Sufan Chien
University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, USA
4:45
H1.04. PRECLINICAL PORCINE MODEL TO STUDY FACIAL SCAR CONTRACTURES AND THEIR MECHANISMS
Mithun Sinha1, Mohamed El-Masry1, Amitava Das1, Nandini Ghosh1, Shomita Steiner1, Kai Leung2, Sashwati Roy1, Chandan K. Sen1
1Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN, USA, 2US Army Institute of Surgical Research, Fort Sam Houston, TX, USA
4:55
H1.05. EPIGALLOCATECHIN-3-GALLATE PRIMED HUMAN WHARTON’S JELLY DERIVED MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS SEEDED HYDROGEL CONSTRUCT IMPROVES HEALING OF THERMAL BURNS
Hira Butt, Azra Mehmood, Ansa Andleeb, Ramla Ashfaq, Hafiz Ghufran, Maryam Azam, Amna Ramzan, Sheikh Riazuddin
National Centre of Excellence in Molecular Biology, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan
5:05
H1.06. THE POLARIZATION OF TH2 RESPONSE IMPROVES THE HEALING OF DEEP PARTIAL-THICKNESS BURNS
Edna A. Mandujano, YI1, Francisco González1, Rosa M. Salgado1, Gerardo Arrellín2, Edgar Krötzsch1
1Instituto Nacional de Rehabilitación, Mexico, Mexico, 2Universidad Autónoma de Morelos, Mexico, Mexico
 
INFLAMMATORY AND IMMUNE RESPONSE (H2)
Moderators: Swathi Balaji, PhD; Latha Satish, PhD
4:15
H2.01. LOW ABUNDANCE OF MICRORNA-21 IN DIABETIC WOUND MACROPHAGES COMPROMISES RESOLUTION OF INFLAMMATION
Amitava Das, Mithun Sinha, Atul Rawat, Amit Madeshiya, Savita Khanna, Chandan K. Sen, Sashwati Roy
Department of Surgery, IU Health Comprehensive Wound Center, Indiana Center for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN, USA
4:25
H2.02. FAVORABLE MODULATION OF INFLAMMATION AND IMMUNITY IS ACHIEVED WITH BOTH SINGLE AND TRI-LAYER AMNIOTIC MEMBRANE ALLOGRAFTS
Victoria Stefanelli, Paul Bonvallet, Sita Damaraju, Qiaoling Lin, Heli Modi, Sunil Saini, Ankur Gandhi
Integra LifeSciences, Plainsboro, NJ, USA
4:35
H2.03. MACROPHAGE FUNCTIONAL PHENOTYPING BY METABOLIC IMMUNOMODULATION
Mary Cloud B. Ammons, PhD, Catherine B. Anders, PhD, Tyler Lawton, Hannah Smith, Jamie Garrett, RN, Sydney Nelson, Joanna Beck
IVREF-Boise VA Medical Center, Boise, ID, USA
4:45
H2.04. THE ROLE OF LNCRNA LETHE IN THE REGULATION OF INFLAMMATION AND MACROPHAGE POLARIZATION
Liping Zhang, Junyi Hu, Kenneth W. Liechty, Junwang Xu
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, CO, USA
4:55
H2.05. EPIGENETIC REGULATION OF TLR4 IN DIABETIC MACROPHAGES MODULATES IMMUNOMETABOLISM AND WOUND REPAIR
Frank M. Davis1, Aaron DenDekker1, Amrita Joshi1, Mahmoud El Azzouny2, Sonya J. Wolf1, Johann E. Gudjonsson1, Xianying Xing1, Kanakadurga Singer1, Charles Burant1, Steve Kunkel1, Katherine A. Gallagher1
1University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, 2Agilent Technologies, Santa Clara, CA, USA
5:05
H2.06. THE INTERACTION OF MICROBIAL VIRULENCE WITH AGE ALTERS THE KERATINOCYTE WOUND HEALING AND INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE
Laurice J. Flowers, Aayushi Uberoi, Elizabeth A. Grice
University of Pennslyvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA
 
NOVEL THERAPEUTICS AND DIAGNOSTICS I (H3)
Moderators: Timothy W. King, MD, PhD; Kanhaiya Singh, PhD
4:15
H3.01. A NON-CONTACT DEVICE FOR QUICK SCREENING OF WOUND INFECTIONS IN CHRONIC WOUND PATIENTS
Jon Senkowsky1, Hong Vu2, Ashwin Nair2, Lan Tran2, Suvra Pal3, Liping Tang2, Wenjing Hu2
1Texas Health Physician's group, Arlington, TX, USA, 2Progenitec Inc., Arlington, TX, USA, 3University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX, USA
4:25
H3.02. COMPOSITE SCAFFOLD WITH INHERENT ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY FOR TREATMENT OF COMPLEX WOUNDS
Navid Karimi, Reza Jalili, Demian Felix, Ruhangiz Kilani, Dirk Lange, Aziz Ghahary
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada
4:35
H3.03. THE USE OF INDOCYANINE GREEN FLUORESCENCE IN A PRECLINICAL MODEL OF HUMAN WOUND HEALING
Aos Karim1, Aiping Liu1, Christie Lin2, Adam Uselmann2, Kevin Eliceiri1, Matthew Brown1, Angela Gibson1
1University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA, 2OnLume, Madison, WI, USA
4:45
H3.04. GLUTATHIONE CONJUGATED HYDROGELS: SIMPLE, FLEXIBLE VEHICLES FOR LOCAL THERAPY
Karol Sokolowski, Hai Pham, Eric R. Wenzler, Richard A. Gemeinhart
University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA
4:55
H3.05. DETECTION OF NECROSIS AVIDITY USING INDOCYANINE GREEN FLUORESCENCE IN HUMAN WOUND HEALING
Aos Karim1, Kishan Thadikonda1, Christie Lin2, Adam Uselmann2, Kevin Elicieiri1, Samuel Poore1, Angela Gibson1
1University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA, 2OnLume, Madison, WI, USA
5:05
H3.06. NRF2 ACTIVATING TOPICAL THERAPY DELIVERED BY A NOVEL BIOINSPIRED SYNTHETIC PROTEIN HYDROGEL PROMOTES CUTANEOUS HEALING OF DIABETIC WOUNDS
Joseph Kuhn1, Priya Katyal2, Michael Meleties2, Absara Hassan1, Jennifer Kwong1, Bonnie Lin2, Alvaro Villarreal-Ponce1, Jasmine Lee1, Jin Montclare1, Piul S Rabbani1
1NYU Langone Health, New York, NY, USA, 2NYU Tandon School of Engineering, New York, NY, USA
 
FIBROSIS AND SCARRING I: SIGNALING AND BIOMARKERS (H4)
Moderators: Boris Hinz, MD; Erin O'Brien, MS
4:15
H4.01. DISRUPTION OF FOCAL ADHESION KINASE MECHANOTRANSDUCTION SIGNALING REGENERATES INTRADERMAL ADIPOSE TISSUE
Sun Hyung Kwon, Britta A. Kuehlmann, Chikage Noishiki, Geoffrey C. Gurtner
Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA
4:25
H4.02. INHIBITING MECHANOTRANSDUCTION SIGNALING CHANGES FIBROBLAST HETEROGENEITY AND PROMOTES TISSUE REGENERATION IN HEALING WOUNDS
Kellen Chen, Sun Hyung Kwon, Dominic Henn, Britta A. Kuehlmann, Clark A. Bonham, Jagannath Padmanabhan, Chikage Noishiki, Janos Barrera, Michael T. Longaker, Michael Januszyk, Geoffrey C. Gurtner
Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA
4:35
H4.03. WITHDRAWN
4:45
H4.04. EMERGING BIOMARKERS IN IMPLANT-INDUCED FIBROSIS
Britta Kuehlmann1, Clark A. Bonham1, Lukas Prantl2, Geoffrey C. Gurtner1
1Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA, 2University Hospital of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany
4:55
H4.05. ADIPOCYTE STEM CELLS AMELIORATE RADIATION INDUCED FIBROSIS VIA HEPATOCYTE GROWTH FACTOR SECRETION
Asim Ejaz, Michael W. Epperly, Joel S. Greenberger, Peter J. Rubin
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
5:05
H4.06. REGULATION OF PULMONARY FIBROSIS BY CD109 IN A MURINE MODEL
Maha Alsharqi, Liqin Xu, Meryem Blati, Anie Philip Mcgill
University, Montreal, QC, Canada
5:15 PM - 7:45 PM
GRAND OPENING OF EXHIBITS/COCKTAIL RECEPTION
WHS Exhibit Booth #

DAY 3: FRIDAY, MAY 15, 2020
7:30 AM –9:00 AM
INDUSTRY-SUPPORTED SYMPOSIUM BREAKFAST
9:00 AM - 9:15 AM
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9:15 AM - 10:15 AM
WHS SESSION I: Cancer and Chronic Wounds
Moderators: Traci A. Wilgus, PhD; Sara Un-Din, PhD
Speakers: Brian Eliceiri, PhD; Alan Wells, MD, DMsC
10:15 AM - 10:30 AM
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10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
WHS SESSION J: CONCURRENT ORAL ABSTRACTS II (non-accredited)
 
BIOENGINEERING (J1)
Moderators: Daria A. Narmoneva, PhD; Moderator TBD
10:30
J1.01. DEEP LEARNING FOR AUTOMATED SEGMENTATION OF SKIN WOUNDS
Jake Jones, Kyle Quinn
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, USA
10:40
J1.02. MECHANICAL SIGNALING CRITICALLY DRIVES HUMAN FOREIGN BODY RESPONSE TO IMPLANTABLE BIOMATERIALS
Jagannath Padmanabhan, Teruyuki Dohi, Kellen Chen, Zachary A. Stern-Buchbinder, Clark A. Bonham, Peter A. Than, Dominic Henn, Hadi S. Hosseini, Artem A. Trotsyuk, Sun Hyung Kwon, Babak Hajhosseini, Michael Januszyk, Zeshaan N. Maan, Geoffrey C. Gurtner
Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA
10:50
J1.03. TEMPORAL DELIVERY OF POLYPEPTIDE BIOMATERIALS FOR ACCELERATED WOUND HEALING AND TISSUE REPAIR
Deepanjan Ghosh1, Suneel Kumar2, Francois Berthiaume2, David J. DiCaudo3, Jacquelyn Kilbourne1, Kaushal Rege1
1Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, USA, 2Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ, USA, 3Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale, AZ, USA
11:00
J1.04. NANOENGINEERED DNA HYDROGELS: A VERSATILE PLATFORM FOR DRUG DELIVERY AND TISSUE REPAIR
Arghya Paul1, Sayantani Basu2, Settimio Pacelli2
1The University of Western Ontario, London, ON, Canada, 2The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, USA
11:10
J1.05. FIBROBLASTS OF DISTINCT SCARRING PHENOTYPES DISPLAY CHARACTERISTIC BIOENERGETIC METABOLISM PROFILES WHICH CAN BE REGULATED USING ENGINEERED BIOMATERIALS
Hima V. Vangapandu1, Harrison Strang1, Aditya Kaul1, Hui Li1, Sundeep Keswani1, Philip Jung2, Swathi Balaji3
1Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, USA, 2Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, USA, 3Surgery, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, USA
11:20
J1.06. A NOVEL MURINE DISTRACTION DEVICE INVESTIGATING LONG BONE REGENERATION
Harsh N. Shah, Ankit Salhotra, Michael T. Lopez, Derrick C. Wan, Michael T. Longaker
Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA
 
INFECTION AND BIOFILM (J2)
Moderators: Jeffrey W. Shupp, MD; Robel Beyene, MD
10:30
J2.01. HOST SKIN LIPIDS ENABLE BIOFILM PATHOGENICITY COMPROMISING FUNCTIONAL CUTANEOUS WOUND CLOSURE
Nandini Ghosh1, Mithun Sinha1, Dayanjan S. Wijesinghe2, Kanhaiya Singh1, Amitava Das1, Shomita Steiner1, Savita Khanna1, Manabu Kawada3, Gayle M. Gordillo1, Sashwati Roy1, Chandan K. Sen1
1Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN, USA, 2Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, USA, 3Institute of Microbial Chemistry Research Foundation, Tokyo, Japan
10:40
J2.02. HOST BIOFILM INTERACTION IN BREAST IMPLANT ASSOCIATED ANAPLASTIC LARGE CELL LYMPHOMA
Imran Khan1, Colby Neumann1, Mary Lester1, Bruce Van Natta2, Christine Kelley-Patteson2, Gayle M. Gordillo1, Chandan K. Sen1, Aladdin Hassanein1, Mithun Sinha1
1Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN, USA, 2Meridian Plastic Surgeons, Indianapolis, IN, USA
10:50
J2.03. INVESTIGATING BACTERIAL-FUNGAL INTERACTIONS WITHIN CHRONIC WOUND MICROBIOMES
Alex Cheong, Chad Johnson, PhD, Hanxiao Wan, Jeniel Nett, MD, PhD, Lindsay Kalan, PhD
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI, USA
11:20
J2.04. HIGH LEVELS OF OS ARE CRITICAL FOR BACTERIAL BIOFILM-DEVELOPMENT IN DIABETIC CHRONIC WOUNDS
Jane H. Kim, Paul R. Ruegger, Elyson G. Lebig, Ansel Hsiao, James Borneman, Manuela Martins-Green
University of California, Riverside, Riverside, CA, USA
11:10
J2.05. BACTERIAL BIOFILM IMPACT ON MACROPHAGE PHENOTYPE IN DIABETICS
Sydney Nelson, Jamie Garrett, Hannah Smith, Tyler Lawton, Catherine Anders, PhD, Mary Cloud Ammons, PhD
IVREF-Boise VAMC, Boise, ID, USA
11:00
J2.06. HIGH-THROUGH PHENOTYPING OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS ISOLATES FROM DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS REVEALS VIRULENCE BEHAVIORS ASSOCIATED WITH CLINICAL OUTCOMES
Amelia R. McCready-Vangi1, Amy E. Campbell1, Sue E. Gardner2, Elizabeth A. Grice1
1University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA, 2University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USA
 
ANGIOGENESIS (J3)
Moderators: Anie Philip, PhD; Maha Alsharqi, PhD
10:30
J3.01. SINGLE-CELL RNA-SEQUENCING IDENTIFIES NOVEL MOLECULAR TARGETS OF ENDOTHELIAL MICRORNA-200B IN ISCHEMIC WOUND
Kanhaiya Singh, Edward Hernandez, Manishekar Kumar, Yashika Rustagi, Ahmed Abouhashem, Sujit Mohanty, Savita Khanna, Sashwati Roy, Chandan K. Sen
Indiana Center for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN, USA
10:40
J3.02. DERMAL FIBROBLASTS UPTAKE EXOSOMES FROM ENDOTHELIAL CELLS AND PROMOTE MIGRATION
Anna Salapatas, Trevor Leonardo, Lin Chen, Sriram Ravindran, Luisa A. DiPietro
University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry, Chicago, IL, USA
10:50
J3.03. NRF2 MEDIATES ANGIOGENIC FUNCTION OF ENDOTHELIAL CELLS THROUGH REGULATION OF CXCR4/SDF-1 AXIS
Jasmine Lee1, Alvaro Villareal Ponce1, Joshua A. David2, Joseph F. Kuhn1, Daniel J. Ceradini1
1NYU Langone Medical Center, New York, NY, USA, 2University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
11:00
J3.04. THE EFFECTS OF M1 MACROPHAGE ACTIVATION ON M1-TO-M2 PHENOTYPIC SWITCHING
Erin M. O'Brien, Kara L. Spiller, PhD
Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, USA
11:10
J3.05. BIO-FUNCTIONAL COLLAGEN MATRIX SCAFFOLD COMPOSITION DIFFERENTIALLY PROMOTES PARACRINE ACTIVITY IN HUMAN INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELL DERIVED VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE CELLS
Kaiti Duan1, Biraja Dash2, Henry Hsia2
1Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine, Hamden, CT, USA, 2Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT, USA
11:20
J3.06. ANALYSIS OF SOX2-DEPENDENT ANGIOGENESIS EFFECTORS IN A MOUSE MODEL OF IMPROVED WOUND HEALING
Daniela Grassini1, Akihiko Uchiyama2, Stephen Brooks3, Maria Morasso1
1Skin Biology Lab, NIAMS/NIH, Bethesda, MD, USA, 2Gunma University, Gunma, Japan, 3Biodata Mining Section, NIAMS/NIH, Bethesda, MD, USA
 
CHRONIC WOUNDS: BASIC RESEARCH (J4)
Moderators: Jaideep Banerjee, PhD; Amitava Das, PhD
10:30
J4.01. MEVASTATIN FOR TOPICAL USE IN DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS TO ACCELERATE WOUND CLOSURE BY INHIBITION OF CAVEOLIN-1 AND RESTORATION OF EGF SIGNALING
Andjela N. Egger, Andrew P. Sawaya, Ivan Jozic, Rivka C. Stone, Irena Pastar, Marjana Tomic-Canic
Wound Healing and Regenerative Medicine Research Program, Dr. Phillip Frost Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL, USA
10:40
J4.02. DOWNREGULATED LONG INTERGENIC NONCODING RNAS (LINCRNA) EPS DURING DIABETIC WOUND HEALING
Junyi Hu, Liping Zhang, Kenneth W. Liechty, Junwang Xu
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, CO, USA
10:50
J4.03. GENE EXPRESSION ANALYSIS OF DIABETIC FOOT ULCER DEBRIDED TISSUE TO STANDARD AND ADVANCED TREATMENTS
Jessica M. Eager1, Michael S. Weingarten, MD2, Kara L. Spiller, PhD1
1Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, USA, 2Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, USA
11:00
J4.04. COMPARATIVE TRANSCRIPTOMICS OF HUMAN DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS AND DIABETIC MOUSE WOUNDS REVEALS LIMITED OVERLAP
Sydney Resnik1, Rivka Stone1, Irena Pastar1, Elizabeth Grice2, Marjana Tomic-Canic1
1University of Miami, Miami, FL, USA, 2University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA
11:10
J4.05. TOPICAL DELIVERY OF CNP-MIR146A VIA NANOSILK ACCELERATES DIABETIC WOUND HEALING
Carlos Zgheib1, Sarah A. Hilton1, Lindel C. Dewberry1, Junwang Xu1, Sushant Singh2, Tamil S. Sakthivel2, Sudipta Seal2, Kenneth W. Liechty1
1Laboratory for Fetal and Regenerative Biology, Department of Surgery, University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine and Children's Hospital Colorado, aurora, CO, USA, 2Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Advance Materials Processing Analysis Center, Nanoscience Technology Center, College of Medicine, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, USA
11:20
J4.06. DEFEROXAMINE IMPROVES WOUND HEALING IN A MOUSE MODEL OF DELAYED HEALING FROM PRESSURE INJURY
Lisa Tucker-Kellogg1, N. Jannah M. Nasir1, Johannes A. Heemskerk1, Ralph Bunte1, Paul Matsudaira2, Peter T.C. So3
1Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore, Singapore, 2National University of Singapore, Singapore, Singapore, 3MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
LUNCH WITH EXHIBITORS
12:15 PM - 2:00 PM
WHS MEET THE MENTORS (non-accredited)
2:00 PM - 2:15 PM
BREAK
2:15 PM - 3:15 PM
WHS SESSION K: Emerging Concepts for Biomarkers and Therapy
Moderators: Praveen R. Arany, DDS, PhD; Mohamed M. Ibrahim, MD
Speakers: Kyle P. Quinn, PhD; Katherine Gallagher, MD
3:15 PM - 3:30 PM
BREAK
3:30 PM - 4:20 PM
WHS SESSION L: WOUND HEALING FOUNDATION - 3M FELLOWSHIP LECTURE
Moderators: Laura K. S. Parnell BS, MS, CWS; Swathi Balaji, PhD
Speaker: Piul Rabbani, MD
4:20 PM - 4:30 PM
WHS SESSION: WOUND HEALING FOUNDATION - AWARDS
4:30 PM - 4:45 PM
BREAK
4:45 PM - 5:15 PM
WHS SESSION M: RAPID FIRE POSTER TALKS
Moderators: Heather Powell, PhD; Angela Gibson, MD, PhD
4:45
M1.01. HYPOPIGMENTED HYPERTROPHIC SCAR CAN BE TREATED WITH SYNTHETIC ALPHA MELANOCYTE STIMULATING HORMONE
Bonnie C. Carney1, Lauren T. Moffatt2, Cynthia M. Simbulan-Rosenthal1, Dean S. Rosenthal1, Jeffrey W. Shupp2
1Department of Biochemistry, Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, DC, USA, 2Firefighters' Burn and Surgical Research Laboratory, MedStar Health Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA
4:48
M1.02. IS HEDGEHOG SIGNALING CRITICAL FOR WOUND CHRONICITY? A WGCNA ANALYSIS OF CHRONIC WOUNDS OVER TIME
Proma Basu, Jane Kim, Manuela Martins-Green
University of California Riverside, Riverside, CA, USA
4:51
M1.03. FLUID FLOW IN TUMESCED SUBCUTANEOUS PIG TISSUE
John P. Koulakis, Joshua Rouch, Nhan Huynh, Holden H. Wu, James C. Y. Dunn, Seth Putterman
UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, USA
4:54
M1.04. MICE LACKING FUNCTIONAL CONCENTRATION-DEPENDENT SODIUM CHANNEL NAX (SCN7A) RESIST BLEOMYCIN-INDUCED DEVELOPMENT OF SKIN FIBROSIS
David Dolivo, Adrian Rodrigues, Chun Hou, Seok Hong, Thomas Mustoe, Robert Galiano
Northwestern University, Chicago, IL, USA
4:57
M1.05. A SYSTEMS BIOLOGY TO OVERCOME BIOLOGICAL VARIANCE IN THE STUDY OF FIBROSIS
Daniel J. Gibson
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA
5:00
M1.06. KNOCKDOWN OF A SODIUM CHANNEL NAX IN THE EPIDERMIS RELIEVES DERMATITIS SYMPTOMS
Jingling Zhao1, David Dolivo2, Chun Hou2, Robert Galiano2, Thomas Mustoe2, Seok Hong2
1The First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou, China, 2Northwestern University, Chicago, IL, USA
5:03
M1.07. FLEXIBLE SMART BANDAGE FOR WIRELESS WOUND HEALING
Artem A. Trotsyuk, Yuanwen Jiang, Simiao Niu, Maddy Larson, Ethan Beard, Aref Saberi, Dominic Henn, Sun Hyung Kwon, Clark Andrew Bonham, Kellen Chen, Michael Januszyk, Zeshaan Maan, Janos Barrera, Jagannath Padmanabhan, Katharina S. Fischer, Zhenan Bao, Geoffrey C. Gurtner
Stanford University, Stanford University, CA, USA
5:06
M1.08. BETA-CATENIN ACTIVATION IN CARDIAC FIBROBLASTS MODULATES THE IMMUNE MICRO-ENVIRONMENT TO PROMOTE FIBROSIS AND HEART FAILURE FOLLOWING CHRONIC INJURY
Meiling Melzer, David Beier, Pampee Young, Sarika Saraswati
Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN, USA
5:15 PM - 5:30 PM
BREAK
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
WHS DAY 3 GENERAL SESSION: Distinguished Local Program
Moderators: Ardeshir Bayat, MB BS, PhD; Rubinder Basson, PhD
Speaker: Antonio De Maio, PhD, FCCSI; Julie Jameson, PhD
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
WHS AND SAWC SPRING POSTER GALA/AWARDS
**POSTER PRESENTERS SHOULD ATTEND THIS ENTIRE EVENT**
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
TRAINEE MIX & MINGLE MIXER
(Omni Hotel Bar)

DAY 4: SATURDAY, MAY 16, 2020
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
INDUSTRY-SUPPORTED BREAKFAST SYMPOSIA
9:00 AM - 9:15 AM
BREAK
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM
WHS Day 4 GENERAL SESSION: Cutting Edge Topics in Regeneration
Moderators: Angela Gibson, MD, PhD; Bonnie Carney, PhD
Speakers: Mayumi Ito, PhD; Joshua Currie, PhD
10:15 AM - 10:30 AM
BREAK
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
WHS SESSION N: CONCURRENT ORAL ABSTRACTS III (non-accredited)
 
STEM CELLS, REGENERATION, AND AGING (N1)
Moderators: Richard Schugart, PhD; Lisa Tucker-Kellogg, PhD
10:30
N1.01. REDUCTION OF SENESCENT CELLS IMPROVES HEALING IN AN IN VITRO MODEL OF AGED HEALING
Upasana Niyogi, Mark A. Carlson
University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE, USA
10:40
N1.02. EFFECT OF DEHYDRATED AMNION CHORION MEMBRANES ON MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS IN VITRO
Katrina Harmon, John P. McQuilling, Katie Mowry
Organogenesis Inc, Birmingham, AL, USA
10:50
N1.03. HARNESSING NOVEL GENE EXPRESSION ANALYSES TO IDENTIFY DRIVERS OF REGENERATIVE EAR WOUND HEALING IN MRL MICE
Heather E. desJardins-Park, Katya L. Mack, Michael F. Davitt, Michelle Griffin, Hunter B. Fraser, Michael T. Longaker
Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA
11:00
N1.04. ACTIVATION OF SKELETAL STEMS CELLS IN RESPONSE TO LONG BONE DISTRACTION OSTEOGENESIS
Ankit Salhotra, BS, Harsh N. Shah, BS, MPH, Michael T. Lopez, BS, Derrick C. Wan, MD, Michael T. Longaker, MD, MBA
Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA
11:10
N1.05. NEUROGENIC TISSUE NANOTRANSFECTION IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CUTANEOUS DIABETIC POLYNEUROPATHY
Savita Khanna
Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN, USA
11:20
N1.06. CLINICAL EFFICACY OF NEW GENERATION VASCULAR AND TISSUE REGENERATIVE CELL (MNC-QQ) THERAPY FOR NON-HEALING ISCHEMIC ULCER
Rica Tanaka, Taro Fukuta, Satoshi Fujimura, Kayo Arita, Rie Hirano, Hiroshi Mizuno
Juntendo University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan
 
CHRONIC WOUNDS: CLINICAL RESEARCH (N2)
Moderators: Harvey N. Himel, MD, MPH; Moderator TBD
10:30
N2.01. CLINICAL TRIAL EVALUATING CHANGES IN THE WOUND MICROENVIRONMENT IN PATIENTS WITH VLUS TREATED WITH A HYPOTHERMICALLY STORED AMNIOTIC MEMBRANE
John P. McQuilling1, Judy Fulton2, Marissa J. Carter3, Keyur Patel4, Bryan Doner5, Laura Serena, LPN5, Thomas E. Serena5, Katie Mowry1
1Organogenesis Inc, Birmingham, AL, USA, 2SerenaGroup, Hingham, MA, USA, 3Strategic Solutions, Cody, WY, USA, 4Armstrong CM Hospital, The Snyder Institute, Kittaning, PA, USA, 5SerenaGroup Inc, Cambridge, MA, USA
10:40
N2.02. A UNIQUE, DEFINITIVE AND DURABLE SOLUTION TO THE CHRONIC DIABETIC FOOT ULCER
Lewis Freed, Todd Haddon
OrthoArizona, Mesa, AZ, USA
10:50
N2.03. A SYSTEMS BIOLOGY APPROACH TO IMPROVED GROUPING, TIMING, AND STATISTICAL POWER IN THE WISH STUDY PATIENT POPULATION OF CHRONIC WOUNDS
Daniel J. Gibson, Debra Lynch Kelly, Susan Millan, Debra Lyon, Joyce K. Stechmiller
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA
11:10
N2.05. EFFECTIVENESS OF AMNIOTIC MEMBRANE AND UMBILICAL CORD PARTICULATE FOR PRESSURE ULCERS: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY
Anne T. Mancino, Alison Acott, Kathryn P. Brinegar
CAVHS, Little Rock, AR, USA
11:20
N2.06. RISK FACTORS FOR MAJOR AMPUTATION IN HOSPITALIZED DIABETIC PATIENTS WITH FOREFOOT ULCERS
Seung-Kyu Han, Kyung-Chul Moon
Korea University Guro Hospital, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
 
Therapeutics and Diagnostics II (N3)
Moderators: Mithun Sinha, MD; Norifumi Urao, MD, PhD
10:30
N3.01. INHIBITION OF CYSTEINE PROTEASE CATHEPSIN K ACCELERATES WOUND HEALING IN A DIABETIC PORCINE MODEL
Anne Chenchar1, Mary Freeman1, Brenda M. Alexander1, Amanda E. Amanda E. Louiselle2, Stephen M. Niemiec2, Mark W. Azeltine Bannerman2, Zgheib Zgheib3, Kenneth Liechty2, Sreejayan Nair1
1University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY, USA, 2University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine and Children's Hospital Colorado, Aurora, CO, USA, 3University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine and Children's Hospital Colorado, Laramie, WY, USA
10:40
N3.02. STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL EQUIVALENCY BETWEEN LYOPRESERVED AND CRYOPRESERVED CHORIONS WITH VIABLE CELLS
Vimal Jacob1, Nicholas Johnson1, Anne Lerch1, Brielle Jones1, Sandeep Dhall2, Malathi Sathyamoorthy1, Alla Danilkovitch1
1Smith & Nephew, Columbia, MD, USA, 2Smith & Nephew, Elkridge, MD, USA
10:50
N3.03. TOPICAL (R)-ND-336 ACCELERATES WOUND HEALING IN INFECTED DIABETIC MICE
Trung Nguyen, Zhihong Peng, William R. Wolter, Bowen Anderson, Valerie A. Schroeder, Mayland Chang
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, USA
11:00
N3.04. ELUCIDATING THE EFFECT OF ETHYL PYRUVATE HYDROGEL AGAINST OXIDATIVE STRESS IN RADIATION DERMATITIS
Deepti Sharma, Lajpreet Kaur, Sanhita Saxena, Sukhvir Singh, Himanshu Ojha, Vinod Kaushik
Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Allied Sciences, Delhi, India
11:10
N3.05. COMPARISION OF LOCAL RECURRENCE BETWEEN NON-NPWT(NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY) AND NPWT AFTER LOCALIZED MELANOMA SURGERY
KyoungAe Nam1, YeongJoo Oh1, ByungHo Oh2, MiRyung Roh3, KeeYang Chung2
1Yonsei University Health System Severance Hospital, Seoul, Korea, Republic Of, 2severance Hospital Yonsei University College Of Medicine, Seoul, Korea, Republic Of, 3gangnam Severance Hospital Yonsei University College Of Medicine, Seoul, Korea, Republic Of
11:20
N3.06. FATTY ACID POTASSIUM HAD BENEFICIAL BACTERICIDAL AND BIOFILMS REMOVAL EFFECTS WITH REDUCED CYTOTOXICITY OF FIBROBLASTS AND KERATINOCYTES
Sadanori Akita1, Takayoshi Kawahara2, Akihiro Masunaga3, Miki Takita3, Hayato Morita3, Tadayuki Tsukatani4, Kouji Nakazawa5, Daisuke Go5
1Fukuoka University, Fukuoka, Japan, 2Shabondama, KItakyushu, Japan, 3Shabondama, Kitakyushu, Japan, 4Fukuoka Industrial technology Center, Fukuoka, Japan, 5Kitakyushu Municipal University, Fukuoka, Japan
 
FIBROSIS II: DRUG DELIVERY (N4)
Moderators: Praveen R. Arany, DDS PhD; Mohamed Ibrahim, MD
10:30
N4.01. QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF ANATOMICAL, PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MECHANICAL PARAMETERS OF CUTANEOUS WOUND HEALING AND SCARRING IN HUMAN SKIN
Sara Ud-Din1, Emma Barrett2, John Belcher2, Douglas McGeorge3, Ardeshir Bayat1
1University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom, 2Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, United Kingdom, 3Grosvenor Nuffield Hospital, Chester, United Kingdom
10:40
N4.02. LIPOTRANSFER EFFECTIVELY REVERSES SKIN FIBROSIS
Michelle Griffin, Faith Jeon, Aurora Almadori, Christopher Denton, Peter Butler
University College London, London, United Kingdom
10:50
N4.03. RADIATION-INDUCED FIBROSIS IN PORCINE SKIN IMPROVES WITH TRANSDERMAL DEFEROXAMINE TREATMENT
Sandeep Adem, Mimi R. Borrelli, Nestor M. Diaz Deleon, Abra H. Shen, Kellen Chen, Chikage Noishiki, Geoffrey C. Gurtner, Michael T. Longaker, Derrick C. Wan
Department of Surgery, Division of Plastic Surgery, Hagey Laboratory for Pediatric Regenerative Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, USA
11:00
N4.04. EXOSOMES MEDIATE ANTI-FIBROTIC EFFECTS OF PLACENTAL MEMBRANES
Yong Mao1, Vimal Jacob2, Amit Singal1, Shunyao Lei1, Min Sung Park2, Mariana R.N. Lima1, Chaoyang Li2, Sandeep Dhall2, Malathi Sathyamoorthy2, Alla Danilkovitch2, Joachim Kohn1
1Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ, USA, 2Smith & Nephew, Columbia, MD, USA
11:10
N4.05. STRETCH MARKS ARE ABUNDANT IN CD26-POSITIVE HUMAN DERMAL FIBROBLASTS AND EXHIBIT INCREASEDPROFIBROTIC MECHANOSENSITIVE SIGNALING
Mimi R. Borrelli, Michelle Griffin, Ledibabari M. Ngaage, Shamik Mascharak, Nicolette Lewis, Michael Januszyk, Derrick C. Wan, Michael T. Longaker, Hermann P. Lorenz
Stanford, Menlo Park, CA, USA
11:20
N4.06. REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES AND APOPTOTIC PROTEINS IN IRRADIATED MURINE SKIN DECREASE WITH DEFEROXAMINE TREATMENT
Abra H. Shen, Nestor M. Diaz Deleon, Sandeep Adem, Mimi R. Borrelli, Ankit Salhotra, Harsh Shah, Geoffrey C. Gurtner, Michael T. Longaker, Derrick C. Wan
Department of Surgery, Division of Plastic Surgery, Hagey Laboratory for Pediatric Regenerative Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, USA
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
WHS SESSION O: WOUND HEALING FOUNDATION - WHF-MEDLINE CORIUS INNOVATION LECTURE
Moderators: Laura K. S. Parnell BS, MS, CWS; Gregory S. Schultz, PhD
Speaker: Ivan Jozic, PhD
12:30 PM
WHS MEETING ADJOURNS
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
LUNCH WITH EXHIBITORS