About

Since 1995, the Workshop on Molecular Aspects of Myeloid Stem Cell Development and Leukemia has offered a highly successful presentation series from approximately 40-50 renowned national and international researchers and clinicians.

The goal of these biennial workshops is to bring together investigators with expertise in complementary aspects of stem cell biology and myelopoiesis – from normal myelopoiesis to myeloid leukemias and myelodysplastic/myeloproliferative syndromes. Basic researchers and clinician investigators from both sides of the Atlantic, Australia and Japan come together biennially to discuss their latest findings in a close and informal setting. The workshop brings together scientists with expertise in normal and abnormal hematopoiesis and clinicians who treat leukemia/MDS/MPD patients and also have active research programs in these diseases.

Participants achieve a better understanding of critical steps/factors that regulate hematopoiesis, their impact in leukemogenesis, and potential relevance in clinical settings. Although there are other workshops and meetings dedicated to understanding the regulation of hematopoiesis or clinical advances in leukemia, this workshop uniquely brings together both clinicians and scientists in a relaxed forum.

Speakers

Abdel-Wahab, Omar
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Abkowitz, Jan
University of Washington

Aifantis, Iannis
New York University

Bonifer, Constanze
University of Birmingham, UK

Bresnick, Emery
University of Wisconsin

Carlesso, Nadia
City of Hope

Carroll, Martin
University of Pennsylvania

Castilla, Lucio
University of Massachusetts​

Cheng, Tao
State Key Laboratory of Experimental Hematology, China

Crispino, John
Northwestern University

Delwel, Ruud
Erasmus University, the Netherlands

Dick, John
University of Toronto, Canada

Doulatov, Sergei
University of Washington

Figueroa, Maria “Ken”
University of Miami

Frenette, Paul
Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Gottgens, Bertie
University of Cambridge, UK

Grimes, H. Leighton
Cincinnati Childrens Hospital

Guan, NG Lai
Sign A*STAR, Singapore

Guzman, Monica
Weill Cornell

Halene, Stephanie
Yale University School Medicine

Hidalgo, Andres
CNIC, Spain

Hiebert, Scott
Vanderbilt University

Horwitz, Marshall
University of Washington

Iwama, Atushi
The Unversity of Tokyo, Japan

Kharas, Michael
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

King, Katherine
Baylor College of Medicine

Krause, Diane
Yale University

Ley, Tim
Washington Unversity Medical School

Melnick, Ari
Weill Cornell

Mendez Ferrer, Simon
Unversity of Cambridge, UK

Milsom, Michael
German Cancer Research Center, Germany

Moore, Kateri
Mount Sinai New York

Nimer, Stephen
University of Miami

Papapetrou, Eirini
Mount Sinai New York

Passegue, Emmanuelle
Columbia University

Sashida, Goro
Kumamoto University, Japan

Shimamura, Akiko
Boston Children’s Hospital

Singh, Harinder
University of Pittsburgh

Steidl, Uli
Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Tenen, Dan
Harvard/CSI Singapore

Touw, Ivo
Erasmus University, the Netherlands

Trump, Andreas
German Cancer Research Center, Germany

Vyas, Paresh
University of Oxford, UK

Walter, Matthew
Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Xu, Jian
UT Southwestern Medical Center

Zhang, Dong-Er
University of California, San Diego

Zon, Leonard
Harvard University

Agenda

2:30pm – 3:30pm

John Dick, University of Toronto

3:30pm – 4:30pm

Tim Ley, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

4:30pm – 5:30pm

Len Zon, Harvard University

5:30pm – 6:30pm

Open bar and passed appetizers

6:30pm – 8:30pm

Dinner: “The End of the South”

Monday, May 4th

Breakfast: 21C Hotel

Location: CCHMC S1.203-204

6:00am – 7:30am

Breakfast at the 21C Hotel

7:20am

BUS 1, Transportation to Cincinnati Children’s

7:30am

BUS 2, Transportation to Cincinnati Children’s

7:40am

BUS 3, Transportation to Cincinnati Children’s

8:00am

TBD

8:20am

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BREAK

10:20am

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12:00pm

LUNCH

1:00pm

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1:20pm

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2:00pm

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2:20pm

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3:00pm

BREAK

3:20pm

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3:40pm

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4:00pm

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4:40pm

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5:00pm

LIGHTING ROUND

5:05pm

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5:10pm

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5:15pm

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5:25pm

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5:30pm

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5:35pm

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5:50pm

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5:55pm

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6:15pm

Transportation to the American Sign Museum 1330 Monmouth Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45225 (NOT Monmouth Ave. in Kentucky)

6:30pm – 9:30pm

Dinner: “Quinceañera

Tuesday, May 5th

Breakfast: 21C Hotel

Location: CCHMC S1.203-204

6:00am – 7:30am

Breakfast at the 21C Hotel

7:20am

BUS 1, Transportation to Cincinnati Children’s

7:30am

BUS 2, Transportation to Cincinnati Children’s

7:40am

BUS 3, Transportation to Cincinnati Children’s

8:00am

TBD

8:20am

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8:40am

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10:20am

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LUNCH

12:20pm

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3:20pm

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5:00pm

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6:15pm

Transportation to the 21C Hotel

6:30pm – 8:00pm

POSTER SESSION with open bar

8:00pm

Dinner on your own

Wednesday, May 6th

Breakfast: 21C Hotel

Location: CCHMC S1.203-204

6:00am – 7:30am

Breakfast at the 21C Hotel

7:20am

BUS 1, Transportation to Cincinnati Children’s

7:30am

BUS 2, Transportation to Cincinnati Children’s

7:40am

BUS 3, Transportation to Cincinnati Children’s

8:00am

TBD

8:20am

TBD

8:40am

TBD

9:00am

TBD

9:20am

TBD

9:40am

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10:00am

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10:20am

TBD

10:40am

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11:00am

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11:20am

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11:40am

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12:00pm

BOX LUNCH

1:00pm

BUS 1 will transport directly to CVG

1:30pm

BUS 2 will transport to 21C Hotel, wait 30 min, then transport to CVG

Submit Abstract

All abstracts should follow the ASH (American Society of Hematology) format guidelines.

All abstracts should be submitted in Arial, 11 point font with one inch margins all around.

Posters should be 3ft x 6ft.

All abstracts must be submitted by March 1, 2020.

Email abstracts to Emily Bertram:

Emily.Bertram@cchmc.org

Hotel

21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati
609 Walnut Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
513.578.6600

You must call the hotel and request a reservation within the “MyeloidMeeting20” room block to get the discounted rate.

Speakers reserving rooms outside the block will not be reimbursed.

Room Pricing
$189.00 Single/Double
Room occupancy rate plus 17.5% applicable state and local taxes.

Sponsors

American Sign Museum

Come take a walk down Memory Lane and experience the only public sign museum in America. Visit the American Sign Museum and find a treasure trove of information relative to the rich tradition of sign fabrication and design. You can also find news of sign preservation efforts throughout the country and even visit the Museum’s permanent collection.

Explore Cincinnati

Contemporary Arts Center

The CAC is one of the first contemporary art institutions in the United States. It is a pioneering contemporary art museum located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The CAC is a non-collecting museum that focuses on new developments in painting, sculpture, photography and more.

Cincinnati Art Museum

The Cincinnati Art Museum is one of the oldest art museums in the United States. Founded in 1881, it was the first purpose-built art museum west of the Alleghenies. Its collection of over 60,000 works make it one of the most comprehensive collections in the Midwest.

Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden

The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is one of the oldest zoos in the United States. It opened in 1875, just 14 months after the Philadelphia Zoo on July 1, 1874. The Reptile House is the oldest zoo building in the United States, dating from 1875.

BB Riverboats

Learn about the history of the river, take in a magnificent meal, or dance under the stars on an unbelievable journey you will never forget. BB Riverboats offers a wide variety of cruises ranging from lunch and dinner cruises to sightseeing cruises and all-day mini vacations.

Cincinnati Museum Center

The Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal, is a passenger railroad station in the Queensgate neighborhood of Cincinnati. After the decline of railroad travel, most of the building was converted to other uses, and now houses museums, theaters and more.

Fountain Square

Fountain Square attracts over 2 million people annually to its special events, free concerts, tailgates, and lunchtime contests. It’s a place to meet friends for morning coffee, or gather for lunch. A place to learn about Cincinnati history and begin, or end, your evening downtown.

Pyramid Hill

Pyramid Hill is an outdoor museum focusing on monumental pieces of sculpture in an environment of meadows, forests, and various gardens. They also feature a 10,000 square foot Ancient Sculpture Museum displaying Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Etruscan sculpture thousands of years old.

The Taft Museum of Art

The Taft Museum of Art is one of the finest small art museums in America. A National Historic Landmark built in 1820, the Taft is home to an extensive art collection that includes European and American master paintings, Chinese porcelains, and European decorative arts.

Contact

Scientific Issues
H. Leighton Grimes PhD
Phone: 513.636.6089
lee.grimes@cchmc.org

Logistic Issues
Emily Bertram

Phone: 513.517.7109
Emily.Bertram@cchmc.org

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