Agenda

Endometriosis 2023:

From Molecular Fingerprints to
Multiorgan Complex Surgery


DAY I: Saturday, April 1, 2023 (8:00 AM - 5:00 PM ET)

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Time Topic Speaker Chair
8:00-9:00 Registration and breakfast    
9:00-9:10 Introduction & Welcome Dan Martin, MD
Frank Chervenak, MD
Frank Chervenak, MD
9:10-9:30 Recognition of endometriosis Dan Martin, MD
9:30- 9:50 Laparoscopic hysterectomy: How it was and how it is Harry Reich, MD
9:50-10:10 Management of endometriosis during hysterectomy Ted Lee, MD
10:10-10:20 Discussion  
10:20-10:40 Break    
10:40-11:00 Ideal Scenario: Scientists and endometriosis surgeons working  together! Tamer Seckin, MD
Karli Goldstein, DO
Ted Lee, MD
11:00-11:20 Extreme endometriosis Ie Ming Shih, MD, PhD and Lucy Chen, MD
11:20-11:50
KEYNOTE
Leveraging the immune system to treat endometriosis Stephen Palmer, PhD
11:50-12:00 Discussion  
12:00-1:00 Lunch with Product Presentation Electroviscerography (EVG) in Endometriosis Mark Noar, MD, MPH  
1:00-1:20 Single-cell analysis of menstrual endometrial tissues defines phenotypes associated with endometriosis Peter Gregersen, MD and Christine Metz, PhD Robert Taylor, MD, PhD
1:20-1:40 Identification of a novel neuroendocrine pathway and its role in endometriosis-related infertility Robert Taylor, MD, PhD
1:40-2:00 Utilization of third party reproduction in patients with endometriosis  Tomer Singer, MD
2:00-2:20 Pros and cons of hormonal interventions for endometriosis Sarah Berga, MD  
2:20-2:30 Discussion  
2:30-2:40 Break    
2:40-3:00 Targeting epigenetic regulators for endometriosis therapy Jae Wook Jeong, PhD Karli Goldstein, DO
3:00-3:20 Adenomyosis and infertility: Does immunology mapping help? Wolfgang Küpker, MD, PhD
3:20-3:40 AI-driven early detection of endometriosis from observational clinical data Noémie Elhadad, PhD
3:40-3:50 Discussion  
3:50-4:10 The role of neurogenic inflammation in endometriosis Sylvia Mechsner, MD Peter Gregersen, MD and Christine Metz, PhD
4:10-4:30 Insights into immune dysfunction in endometriosis Chandrakant Tayade, DVM, PhD
4:30-4:50 Understanding endometriosis: Role of induced pluripotent stem cells Julie Kim, PhD
4:50-5:00 Discussion  
5:00 Closing Remarks Dan Martin, MD
Tamer Seckin, MD
 


 

DAY II:

Sunday, April 2, 2023 (8:00 AM - 4:00 PM ET)

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Time Topic Speaker Chair
8:00-9:00 Registration and breakfast    
9:00-9:20 The effect of endometriosis on fertility Michael Nimaroff, MD Sarah Berga, MD
9:20-9:40 Integrative medical management of endometriosis Pinar Kodaman, MD, PhD
9:40-10:00 The systemic nature of endometriosis Hugh Taylor, MD
10:00-10:20 Preclinical organ-on-chip models of endometriosis lesions Linda Griffith, PhD
10:20-10:30 Discussion  
10:30-10:40 Break    
10:40-11:00 #Enzian classification, an essential tool for surgical management of severe endometriosis Jorg Keckstein, MD Michael Nimaroff, MD
11:00-11:30
KEYNOTE
Deep endometriosis: The place of laparoscopic shaving Jacques Donnez, MD, PhD
11:30-11:50 Vascular and other complications of endometriosis surgery Tamer Seckin, MD
11:50-12:00 Discussion  
12:00-1:00 Lunch with Product Presentation Opportunities and challenges in looking for biomarkers in menstrual effluence Ridhi Tariyal, MBA, BS  
1:00-1:20 Menstrual fluid: Non-invasive source of endometrial tissue for organoids and diagnostics Caroline Gargett, PhD Pinar Kodaman, MD, PhD
1:20-1:40 Modeling the feto-maternal interface using pluripotent stem cells Mijo Simunovic, PhD
1:40-2:00 Organoid models of endometriosis Asgi Fazleabas, PhD
2:00-2:20 Studying endometrial cellular plasticity and endometriosis using patient-derived organoid models Semir Beyaz, PhD
2:20-2:30 Discussion  
2:30-2:40 Break    
2:40-3:00 Endometriosis & adenomyosis: Single cell genome wide approaches Serdar Bulun, MD Asgi Fazleabas, PhD
3:00-3:20 Where is the evidence? The devil is under the microscope Ayse Ayhan, MD, PhD
3:20-3:40 New insight on the mechanisms responsible for menstrual pain in primary dysmenorrhea and endometriosis using novel imaging methods Kevin Hellman, PhD
3:40-3:50 Discussion  
3:50-4:00 Closing Remarks Dan Martin, MD
Tamer Seckin, MD
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