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ASP Workshop on Wound Repair and Healing in Older Adults

The Association of Specialty Professors (ASP) Workshop on Wound Repair and Healing in Older Adults will be held February 20-21, 2014, at the Ritz-Carlton Pentagon City in Arlington, VA. Unless otherwise noted, all files are in PDF format.

Please do not use material from these presentations without consulting the speaker or ASP.

Agenda

FEBRUARY 20, 2014

icgen.gifWelcome and Introductory Remarks
Kevin P. High, MD
Wake Forest University School of Medicine

Ken Schmader, MD
Duke University School of Medicine, Durham VAMC

Lisa Gould, MD, PhD
Kent Memorial Hospital Wound Recovery Center

Discussion Topic I: Current Epidemiology of Wounds in Older Adults
William Hazzard, MD, Moderator
Wake Forest University School of Medicine

icgen.gifEpidemiology of chronic wounds in older adults
icgen.gifArticle 1
icgen.gifArticle 2
icgen.gifArticle 3
David Margolis, MD, PhD
University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine

icgen.gifImpact of chronic wounds on quality of life, health outcomes
Marissa Carter, PhD
Strategic Solutions, Inc.

icgen.gifRacial and ethnic differences and disparities in chronic wounds
Caroline Fife, MD
Baylor University

Moderator Wrap-up/ Group Discussion

Discussion Topic II: Basic Science of Wound Repair and Healing with Aging
May Reed, MD, Moderator
University of Washington School of Medicine

icgen.gifOverview of normal wound healing and repair
JoAnne Whitney, PhD
University of Washington School of Nursing

icgen.gifIn vitro and explants model systems of aging and wound repair/healing
Vincent Falanga, MD
Boston University School of Medicine

icgen.gifPre-clinical model systems of aging and wound repair/healing
Elizabeth Kovacs, PhD
Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine

icgen.gifMatrix biology, aging and wound repair/healing
Jeff Davidson, PhD
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

Moderator Wrap-up/ Group Discussion

Discussion Topic III: Basic Science of Wound Repair and Healing with Aging-Key Molecular and Cellular Processes I
Kevin P. High, MD, Moderator
Wake Forest University School of Medicine

icgen.gifInflammation and oxidative stress
Luisa DiPietro, PhD
University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine

icgen.gifCytokines, chemokines and hormones
Jeremy Walston, MD
John Hopkins University School of Medicine

icgen.gifMitochondrial dysfunction, aging and wound healing
Peter Abadir, MD
John Hopkins University School of Medicine

Moderator Wrap-up/ Group Discussion

Discussion Topic IV: Basic Science of Wound Repair and Healing with Aging-Key Molecular and Cellular Processes II
Sue Gardner, Moderator
University of Iowa

icgen.gifBiomarkers of poor healing
icgen.gifArticle 1
Marjana Tomic-Canic
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine

icgen.gifMicrocirculation
May Reed, MD
University of Washington School of Medicine

icgen.gifMicrobial bio-burden – molecular techniques
Elizabeth Grice, PhD
University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine

Moderator Wrap-up/ Group Discussion

icgen.gifDinner Presentation: "Stem cells, aging and wound healing"
icgen.gifArticle 1
John Harmon, MD
John Hopkins University School of Medicine

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2014

Discussion Topic V: Clinical Research in Wound Healing in Older Adults
Ken Schmader, MD, Moderator
Duke University School of Medicine, Durham VAMC

icgen.gifDefining outcomes for clinical wound research in older adults
icgen.gifArticle 1

icgen.gifArticle 2
icgen.gifArticle 3
icgen.gifArticle 4
icgen.gifArticle 5
icgen.gifArticle 6
Harold Brem, MD
Winthrop University Hospital

icgen.gifClinical trials design for wound healing
icgen.gifArticle 1
Robert Kirsner, MD
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine

icgen.gifNutritional deficits related to aging-impact on wound healing
Dennis Sullivan, MD
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Moderator Wrap-up/ Group Discussion

Discussion Topic VI: Clinical Research in Wound Healing in Older Adults-Novel Adjunctive Wound Healing Therapies
Lisa Gould, MD, PhD, Moderator
Kent Memorial Hospital Wound Recovery Center

icgen.gifTopical agents: cell therapies and tissue engineered products
Nasreen Jacobson, PhD
Smith & Nephew

icgen.gifNegative pressure devices and hyperbaric wound therapy
icgen.gifArticle 1
icgen.gifArticle 2
Stephen Thom, MD, PhD
University of Maryland School of Medicine

icgen.gifPT Modalities: electrical stimulation and ultrasound
Pamela Houghton, PhD
Western University School of Medicine

Moderator Wrap-up/ Group Discussion