In these strange times, when COVID-19 is determing where and how we work, NAVBO is here to support the vascular biology community by offering online content for your use in teaching or just filling the gap caused by missed meetings.
In addition to our upcoming webinars with Courtney Griffin (April 2), Martin Schwartz (May 14) and Mary Wallingford (June 11), don't forget we have recordings of all past webinars from Ondine Cleaver in March 2018 through Brant Weinstein on March 12. See www.navbo.org/events/webinars for all of the recordings.
We are repurposing some of our recorded webinars and will bring the presenters together for live discussions. Participants will watch designated recorded webinars prior to the live discussion and then log into a webinar for a 30-minute discussion with the presenters. The groups will include the following topics: Vascular Development, Lymphatics, Vascular Malformations, Mural cells/Pericytes and Metabolism
Mural Cells and Pericytes - April 13 at 1:00pmET
Webinars included are:
Pericyte Alk5/Timp3 Axis Contributes To Endothelial Morphogenesis In The Developing Brain
Presenter: Daniel Grief, Yale School of Medicine
Mural Cell SDF1 Signaling Is Associated with The Pathogenesis of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension
Presenter: Ke Yuan, Boston Children's Hospital
Please review their recorded webinars prior to the live discussion on April 13 at 1:00pm
In addition, and to make this discussion even more relevant, we will also discuss the following article, "The ACE2 expression in human heart indicates new potential mechanism of heart injury among patients infected with SARS-CoV-2," which is online at https://academic.oup.com/cardiovascres/advance-article/doi/10.1093/cvr/cvaa078/5813131
Register for the live discussion: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6007870478628922893
Online Journal Clubs
We have added an April Journal Club. See our forum for details.
Our journal clubs have also been recorded. Members can access those recordings here: https://www.navbo.org/forum/journal-club
Past paers covered were:
Age Associated Mitochondrial Dysfunction Accelerates Atherogenesis, Daniel J. Tyrrell, Muriel G. Blin, Jianrui Song, Sherri C. Wood, Min Zhang, Daniel A. Beard, Daniel R. Goldstein, Circulation Research,
Circulation Research. 2020;126:298–314
Apelin+ Endothelial Niche Cells Control Hematopoiesis and Mediate Vascular Regeneration after Myeloablative Injury. Chen Q, Liu Y, Jeong HW, Stehling M, Dinh VV, Zhou B, Adams RH. Cell Stem Cell. 2019 Dec 5;25(6):768-783.e6. doi: 10.1016/j.stem.2019.10.006. Epub 2019 Nov 21 PMID: 31761723 DOI: 10.1016/j.stem.2019.10.006
Migratory and Dancing Macrophage Subsets in Atherosclerotic Lesions. Sara McArdle, Konrad Buscher, Yanal Ghosheh, Akula Bala Pramod, Jacqueline Miller, Holger Winkels, Dennis Wolf, and Klaus Ley. Originally published: 9 Oct 2019, Ahead of Print, Circulation Research. https://doi.org/10.1161/CIRCRESAHA.119.315175 PMID: 31594470
Endothelial ERK1/2 signaling maintains integrity of the quiescent endothelium. Ricard N, Scott RP, Booth CJ, Velazquez H, Cilfone NA, Baylon JL, Gulcher JR, Quaggin SE, Chittenden TW, Simons M. J Exp Med. 2019 Aug 5;216 (8 ):1874-1890. doi: 10.1084/jem.20182151. Epub 2019 Jun 13. PMID: 31196980
Members: if you would like to use any of the recorded Journal clubs for teaching purposes or to share with your trainees, please contact Bernadette for access.
NAVBO has held two sessions already and they were very well received and very well attended. Our next one is:
Vascular Specification and Development
April 21 at 1:00pmET
Register today: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3821322281504631809
The session will feature the following presentations:
Renal stromal netrin-1 signaling drives kidney arterial development (Xiaowu Gu, UT Southwestern)
Inhibition of Notch signaling in pericytes leads to AVM-like lesions (Taliha Nadeem, University of Illinois, Chicago)
Dach1 Promotes Coronary Artery Endothelial Cell Specification (Brian Raftrey, Stanford University)
Pro-angiogenic properties of Purified Exosome Product (PEP) (Ao Shi, Mayo Clinic)
The session will be moderated by Kayla Bayless, Texas A&M University
These sessions are not recorded, but are open to the entire vascular biology community.
We are seeking contributors for additional content. If you would like to present your work in an upcoming mini-symposium,please complete our online submission form.
Until further notice, these sessions will also include discussion time for anything that members would like to discuss from scientific topics to career strategies and to coping and functioning during your lab lock down.
Stay healthy, be safe and be careful!