American College of Surgeons 96th Annual Clinical Congress, Washington DC, October 3-7, 2010
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Session Code: SF13
Day and Time of Session: Tuesday, October 5;   02:30 PM - 05:45 PM
Title: Plastic Surgery I
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CME Credit Hours: 3.00
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Track:
Plastic and Maxillofacial Surgery (PLA)
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Sponsored By:
Committee for the Forum on Fundamental Surgical Problems
Program Participants
Moderator Adrian Barbul, MD, FACS, Baltimore, MD
Co-Moderator David M. Young, MD, FACS, San Francisco, CA
Presenter In Situ Bioprinting of the Skin for Burns
Kyle W. Binder, MD, Winston Salem, NC
  CO-AUTHOR(S):
Weixin Zhao MD, Tamer Aboushwareb MD, PhD, Dennis Dice BS, Anthony Atala MD, James J Yoo MD, PhD
FROM THE:
Wake Forest University,   Winston salem, NC
Discussant In Situ Bioprinting of the Skin for Burns
Nicole S. Gibran, MD, FACS, Seattle, WA
Presenter The Role of Surgical resection of Fibrosis in the Healing of Venous Ulcers
Jason Maggi, MD, New York, NY
  CO-AUTHOR(S):
Jonathan Melamed MD, Chukwuemeka Onyedika MD, Volodymyr Labinskyy MD, Karen Zimmerman MD, Anna Granat BA, Marjana Tomic-Canic PhD, Harold Brem MD, FACS
FROM THE:
NYU Langone Medical Center,   New York, NY
Discussant The Role of Surgical resection of Fibrosis in the Healing of Venous Ulcers
Martin C. Robson, MD, FACS, Macatawa, MI
Presenter Prolyl Hydroxylase Domain-2 Inhibition in the Diabetic Environment Promotes Angiogenesis and Enhances Wound Healing
Sae Hee Ko, MD, Stanford, CA
  CO-AUTHOR(S):
Allison Nauta MD, Hongyan Zhou PhD, Geoffrey C. Gurtner MD, Sheng Ding PhD, Michael T. Longaker MD
FROM THE:
Stanford University,   Stanford, CA
Presenter Mechanical Modulation of Inflammation and Skin Fibrosis Through CD4+ T Cell Signaling
Victor W. Wong, MD, Stanford, CA
  CO-AUTHOR(S):
Jason P Glotzbach MD, Josemaria Paterno MD, Kristine C Rustad BS, Michael Sorkin MD, Melanie R Major Undergraduate, Ivan N Vial BS, Michael T Longaker MD, MBA, Geoffrey C Gurtner MD
FROM THE:
Stanford University,   Stanford, CA
Discussant Mechanical Modulation of Inflammation and Skin Fibrosis Through CD4+ T Cell Signaling
Stephen M. Warren, MD, FACS, New York, NY
Presenter Beyond Langer’s Lines: Manipulating Wound Mechanical Forces to Control Hypertrophic Scar Formation in the Red Duroc Pig
Victor W. Wong, MD, Stanford, CA
  CO-AUTHOR(S):
Kirit A Bhatt MD, Ivan N Vial BS, Kenneth Wu PhD, Karine Padois PhD, Reinhold H Dauskardt PhD, Michael T Longaker MD, MBA, Geoffrey C Gurtner MD
FROM THE:
Stanford University,   Stanford, CA
Discussant Beyond Langer’s Lines: Manipulating Wound Mechanical Forces to Control Hypertrophic Scar Formation in the Red Duroc Pig
Elof Eriksson, MD, FACS, Boston, MA
Presenter Reactive Oxygen Species Accumulation Leads to Impaired Wound Healing Resembling Aging
Melanie Major, , Palo Alto, CA
  CO-AUTHOR(S):
Michael G Galvez BA, Edward I Chang MD, Victor W Wong MD, Jason P Gloztbach MD, Ivan N Vial BA, Geoffrey C Gurtner MD
FROM THE:
Stanford University,   Stanford, CA
Discussant Reactive Oxygen Species Accumulation Leads to Impaired Wound Healing Resembling Aging
Paul Y. Liu, MD, FACS, Providence, RI
Presenter Cyclic Dynamic Strain of High Magnitude Causes an Marked Inflammatory Response in Rat Dermal Fibroblast
Holly K. Sheldon, MD, Boston, MA
  CO-AUTHOR(S):
Peter Burke MD, FACS, Suresh Agarwal MD, FACS
FROM THE:
Boston University,   Boston, MA
Presenter Delayed Wound Healing in Aged Mice is Associated with Diminished Mobilization of Circulating Angiogenic Cells.
Efstathia Andrikopoulou, MD, Baltimore, MD , Greece
  CO-AUTHOR(S):
Kakali Sarkar PhD, Efstathia Andrikopoulou MD, Dongmei Xing MD, PhD, Lixin Liu PhD, Maura Reinblatt MD, Raul Sebastian Laines MD, Guy P. Marti MD, Gregg L. Semenza MD, PhD, John W. Harmon MD, FACS
FROM THE:
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine,   Baltimore, MD
Discussant Delayed Wound Healing in Aged Mice is Associated with Diminished Mobilization of Circulating Angiogenic Cells.
David M. Young, MD, FACS, San Francisco, CA
Presenter Modeling Senescent Wound Healing with the Zmpste24 Transgenic Mouse
Parag Butala, MD, New York, NY
  CO-AUTHOR(S):
Caroline Szpalski MD, Denis Knobel MD, James L. Crawford BS, Alexandre Marchac MD, Edward H. Davidson MBBS, Steven M Sultan BA, Meredith Wetterau MD, Pierre B. Saadeh MD, FACS, Stephen M. Warren MD, FACS
FROM THE:
New York University Langone Medical Center,   NY, NY
Discussant Modeling Senescent Wound Healing with the Zmpste24 Transgenic Mouse
Suresh Agarwal, MD, FACS, Madison, WI
Presenter Interleukin-10 Recapitulates Fetal Hyaluronan-Rich Pericellular Matrices Via a STAT Mediated Mechanism: Implications for Regenerative Wound Repair
Louis D. Le, MD, Cincinnati, OH
  CO-AUTHOR(S):
Louis D. Le MD, Helen N. Jones PhD, Foong-Yen Lim MD, Mounira A. Habli MD, Arthuro R. Maldonado MD, Nabil Ghobril MD, Timothy M. Crombleholme MD, Sundeep G. Keswani MD
FROM THE:
Cincinnati Children's Hopsital Medical Center,   Cincinnati, OH
Presenter Role of High Mobility Group Box 1 in Wound Healing
Qiang Zhang, MD, Baltimore, MD
  CO-AUTHOR(S):
Aarti R. Uzgare PhD, Sean F. O'Hearn PhD, Sandra L. Kavalukas MPA, Adrian Barbul MD
FROM THE:
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore,   Baltimore, MD
Discussant Role of High Mobility Group Box 1 in Wound Healing
Stephen M. Warren, MD, FACS, New York, NY
Presenter Local Reactive Oxygen Species Scavenging Improves Diabetic Wound Healing
Denis Knobel, MD, New York, NY
  CO-AUTHOR(S):
Denis Knobel MD, James Lee Crawford BS, Parag Butala MD, Edward Henry Davidson MBBS, Meredith Wetterau MD, Steven Mark Sultan BA, Caroline Szpalski MD, Stephen Michael Warren MD, Pierre B Saadeh MD
FROM THE:
New York Medical Center,   New York, NY
Discussant Local Reactive Oxygen Species Scavenging Improves Diabetic Wound Healing
John W. Harmon, MD, FACS, Baltimore, MD
Presenter Notch1 Signaling Regulates Wound Healing
Madhuchhanda Roy, MD, PhD, Madison, WI
  CO-AUTHOR(S):
Barbara Zarebczan MD, Sandy J Schlosser BS, B Lynn Allen-Hoffmann PhD, Herbert Chen MD, Timothy W King MD, PhD
FROM THE:
University of Wisconsin,   Madison, WI
Discussant Notch1 Signaling Regulates Wound Healing
Paul Y. Liu, MD, FACS, Providence, RI

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