POSTER LIST THURSDAY

POSTER LIST

THURSDAY JUNE 22nd

 

57 Quantification of Cell-induced Matrix Deformations around Angiogenic Sprouts in Collagen Gels
Alvaro Jorge Penas, KU Leuven
58 Solving the coupled cell re-orientation model
Pradeep Keshavanarayana, University of Glasgow
59 Air-Liquid Interface as a novel Cell-Squeezer
Rahul Singh Kotesa, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore INDIA
60 Mechanical Signals in Embryonic Stem Cell differentiation
Celine Labouesse, Stem Cell Institute, Cambridge
61 The catch-bond myosin1B and ERM proteins at the plasma membrane to actin interface
Thibaut Lagny, Institut Curie
62 Effects of mechanical stress on epithelial cell division
Ana Lisica, UCL
63 Microfluidic System for the Dynamic Monitoring of Endothelial Colony-Forming Cells
Thévy Lok, LadHyx – Ecole Polytechnique
64 Using proteomics to analyse the effect of ageing on mechanotransduction
Venkatesh Mallikarjun, University of Manchester
65 Cell stiffness dynamically changes during bone differentiation
Stefania Marcotti, Insigneo Institute, The University of Sheffield
66 The architectural stability of the Ventral Nerve Cord depends on the level of activity of the JNK signaling
Enrique Martin-Blanco, Instituto de Biología Molecular de Barcelona (CSIC), Barcelona, Spain
67 The Biomechanical Contribution of Cells to Cancer Invasion
Louise Mason, University of Glasgow
68 The mechanoresponse of human cardiac progenitor cells in 2D and 3D environments
Arianna Mauretti, Eindhoven University of Technology
69 Development of artificial cell as reference for mechanical testing
Katarína Mendová, CTU in Prague
70 Forceful Synergism: Proximity of Metastatic Cancer Cells Increases Their Invasiveness
Yulia Merkher, FZJ
71 The dynamic mechanical adaptation of keratocytes squeezed on 2D micropatterns
DANAHE MOHAMMED, UMONS
72 Dynamic interplay between the ageing OPCs and their surrounding niche
Alisa Molotova, University of Cambridge
73 A structural mechanics approach to uncover axonal injury
Annaclaudia Montanino, KTH
74 Functional characterisation of metachronous cell state transitions
Carla Mulas, Cambridge Stem Cell Institute
75 Multiparametric BioAFM Imaging with Simultaneous Advanced Optical Microscopy
Chris Mulcahy, JPK INstruments Ltd
76 Hybrid vertex/cell-centred for epithelial wound healing
Jose Muñoz, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
77 Super-resolved Traction Force Microscopy
Arrate Muñoz-Barrutia, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
78 Effect of 3D microgrooved and 2D micropatterned substrates on vascular endothelial cell cytoskeletal organization
Carlo F Natale, Polytechnique
79 Spatiotemporal regulation of mitotic spindle assembly
Vanessa Nunes, i3S
80 Effect of geometrical constraints on the distribution of a methyltransferase at the cellular scale
David Pereira, Paris Diderot University
81 Morphometric analysis reveals Lifeact-GFP actin markers induce stress fiber perturbation
Luis Rafael Pereira do Carmo Flores, Queen Mary University London – SEMS
82 Micro-rheology simulations of acto-myosin cortex
Jiří Pešek, KU Leuven
83 Piezo proteins in axon guidance and pathfinding
Eva Pillai, University of Cambridge
84 Revisiting the micropipette aspiration technique: risks of the available models and improvements
Gustavo R. Plaza, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
85 Cytoskeletal anisotropy controls geometry and forces of adherent cells
Wim Pomp, Leiden University
86 Folding of a segmented tissue
thomas pujol, Center for genomic regulation
87 Spatiotemporal regulation of focal adhesions disassembly at the G2/M transition of the cell cycle.
Hawa Racine Thiam, National Institutes of Health
88 Mathematical and numerical modelling of mechano-chemical mechanisms in epithelial wound healing
Pablo Saez, LaCaN, UPC (Barcelona)
89 T cell activation: active mechanical process at the core of the immune response
Anna Sawicka, Ecole polytechnique
90 Dissection of substrate nanotopography-sensitive mechanotransductive signalling hubs that regulate and foster neuronal differentiation and maturation processes
Carsten Schulte, University of Milan
91 Movement in Complex Environments
Tatjana Sentjabrskaja, AMOLF Amsterdam
92 Mechanical properties of living single cell membrane
Josef Sepitka, Czech Technical University in Prague
93 Measuring the mechanical properties of cell populations
Francesca Sorba, CSEM
94 Design of elastic microcaptors to map the mechanical stresses in living tissues
Alexandre Souchaud, MSC Université Paris-Diderot
95 Linking cell migration with cell mechanics
Giulia Spennati, University of Glasgow
96 Mechanosensitivity of cell crawling and contractility during epithelial gap closure
Michael Staddon, UCL
97 Turning microdishes into microniches
Celine Stoecklin, MBI
98 Super-resolved Traction Force Microscopy
Alejandro Suñé, Universidad Carlos III
99 The mesenchymal stem cell matrix proteome is stiffness-responsive, but mechanosensitivity is modulated in senescence.
Joe Swift, University of Manchester
100 To Go Upstream Or Downstream? Lymphocytes “Decide” Via Integrins Without Mechanotransduction
Olivier Theodoly, CNRS/INSERM/Aix Marseille University
101 Tissue stiffness shapes axonal growth in the embryonic brain
Amelia Joy Thompson, University of Cambridge
102 Differentiation mediated nucleo-cytoskeletal connectivity is associated with lamin AC localisation and phosphorylation in response to cyclic tensile strain
Stephen Thorpe, Queen Mary University of London
103 Three-dimensional modeling and simulation of the non-linear mechanics of the cell cortex
Alejandro Torres-Sánchez, UPC-BarcelonaTECH
104 Mechanical characterization of cross-linked collagen-based hydrogels
Clara valero, University of Zaragoza
105 Quantitative hybrid modelling reveals predictable mechanical stress response of growing tumor spheroids
Paul Van Liedekerke, INRIA
106 Analysis of local traction dynamics as a function of substrate mechanical properties in endothelial cells
Diego Vargas Arango, KU Leuven
107 Mechanobiology, Phenotypes and Mechanisms of Invasive Breast Cancer Cells
Daphne Weihs, Technion-IIT, Israel
108 Substrate geometries much larger than cell size can direct mesenchymal stem cell migration via curvature-avoidance
Maike Werner, Eindhoven University of Technology
109 Probing the viscoelastic properties of cells to study cancer cell invasion
Huabing Yin, Glasgow University
110 Mechanics of Phagocytosis
Alexandra Zak, Ecole polytechnique
111 Optical tweezers as tool for determining stiffnes of epidermolysis bullosa simplex mutant keratinocytes
Spela Zemljic Jokhadar, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine
112 The role of the cell cycle in stem-cell fate decisions: a single-cell analysis approach
Weichao Zhai, Cambridge University