Hypoxia 2017 Program

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Tuesday and Wednesday, 7-8 February 2017

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Morning I
Updates in Hypoxia
—Lessons Learned: Operation Everest II 30 Years Later—Peter Wagner
—Iron and Oxygen—Peter Robbins
—Genomics of High Altitude Adaptation—Rasmus Nielsen
Morning II
Hypoxia and Inflammation
—Hypoxia-signaling during mucosal inflammation—Sean Colgan
—Prolyl hydroxylases as mediators of inflammatory responses—Cormac Taylor
—Hypoxia-signaling during myocardial ischemia and reperfusion injury—Holger Eltzschig
Poster Session I
The Complex Psychology of Adventure—Geoff Powter

Thursday, 9 February 2017

Morning I
Protecting the Brain from Hypoxia
—Functional oxygen sensitivity of astrocytes—Alexander Gourine
—Human cerebral blood flow control during hypoxia—Marc Poulin
—Oxygen regulation of breathing through an olfactory receptor activated by lactate—Andy Chang
Morning II
Novel Strategies of Hypoxia Tolerance
—Red cell potentiation of O2 delivery in fish, amphibian and reptiles—Colin Brauner
—Functional roles of globin proteins in hypoxia-tolerant vertebrates—Angela Fago
—Birds: living or transiting at high altitude—Sabine Lague
Hot Topics in Hypoxia I—Free Communications
Lands of Lost Borders—Kate Harris

Friday, 10 February 2017

Morning I
Regulation of Erythropoiesis in Hypoxia
—Blood volume kinetics with and after high altitude exposure—Carsten Lundby
—S1P, the red blood cell and hypoxia—Yang Xia
—Mechanisms facilitating neocytolysis following altitude exposure—Joe Prchal
Morning II
Hot Topics in Hypoxia II—Free Communications
Poster Session II
A Room With a View: Perspectives on Living and Working in Low Earth Orbit—Kjell Lindgren

Saturday, 11 February 2017

Morning I
Hypoxic Pulmonary Hypertension: More Complexity and New Targets
—The alveolar-capillary endothelium and hypoxic pulmonary vasoconstriction—Wolfgang Kuebler
—O2 sensing and signal transduction in hypoxic pulmonary vasoconstriction—Norbert Weissmann
—Hypoxia and hyperoxia in exercise performance in health and respiratory disease—Silvia Ulrich
Morning II
Game Changing Concepts about Hypoxia Responses
—Hypoxia to Treat Mitochondrial Disease—Vamsi Mootha
—Hypoxia Induced Myocardial Regeneration—Hesham Sadek
—Rhythmic oxygen levels reset circadian clocks through HIF1—Gad Asher
Science Advancing Mountain Medicine—Free Communications

Awards, Banquet and Dance at Brewster Barn