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Projekt „Zintegrowany program AWF Wrocław dla Rozwoju Regionalnego” POWR.03.01.00-00-ZR65/18 współfinansowany
przez Unię Europejską
z Europejskiego Funduszu Społecznego w ramach Programu Operacyjnego Wiedza Edukacja Rozwój 2014-2020.

INVITATION

We kindly invite to attend the lectures by Professor Pablo Pennisi

Date / Time:

  • 1st lecture 07.04.2022 8:30-10:00
  • 2nd lecture 28.04.2022  14:00-15:30
  • 3rd lecture 05.05.2022  9:00-10:30

Link: https://awf-wroc-pl.zoom.us/j/99931274714?pwd=UGZHMGQrU0FnWEo5VTdtSHBEK3BuUT09

Invitation: download (pdf)

Contact: adam.kawczynski@awf.wroc.pl; natalia.danek@awf.wroc.pl  

Assoc. Prof. Pablo Pennisi holds a degree in Bioengineering from the National University of Entre Rios (Argentina) and a M.Sc. in Bioelectronics from the CINVESTAV (Mexico). In 2008 he earned a Ph.D. degree in Biomedical Engineering at Aalborg University (Denmark), where he also continued his postdoctoral work. Since 2011 he is an Associate Professor at the Department of Health Science and Technology at Aalborg University. His current research work is within the fields of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, with focus is on studying the effects of mechanical loading and nanoscale topography on cellular fate. He has published more than 40 scientific papers in the areas of stem cells and cellular bioengineering. Dr. Pennisi is a member of the IEEE-EMBS, TERMIS, and the Danish Stem Cell Society.

The lecture topics:

  1. Regenerative medicine for the musculoskeletal system
  2. Muscle stem cells and adult skeletal myogenesis
  3. Regulation of skeletal muscle growth and maturation by microenvironmental signals

Publications:

  1. Tamáš M, Pankratova S, Schjerling P, Soendenbroe C, Yeung CC, Pennisi CP, Jakobsen JR, Krogsgaard MR, Kjaer M, Mackey AL. Mutual stimulatory signaling between human myogenic cells and rat cerebellar neurons. Physiol Rep. 2021 Nov;9(21):e15077. doi: 10.14814/phy2.15077. PMID: 34713978; PMCID: PMC8554775. Mutual stimulatory signaling between human myogenic cells and rat cerebellar neurons - PubMed (nih.gov)
  2. Abbas TO, Elawad A, Pullattayil S AK, Pennisi CP. Quality of Reporting in Preclinical Urethral Tissue Engineering Studies: A Systematic Review to Assess Adherence to the ARRIVE Guidelines. Animals (Basel). 2021 Aug 21;11(8):2456. doi: 10.3390/ani11082456. PMID: 34438913; PMCID: PMC8388767. Quality of Reporting in Preclinical Urethral Tissue Engineering Studies: A Systematic Review to Assess Adherence to the ARRIVE Guidelines - PubMed (nih.gov)
  3. Peng Q, Duda M, Ren G, Xuan Z, Pennisi CP, Porsborg SR, Fink T, Zachar V. Multiplex Analysis of Adipose-Derived Stem Cell (ASC) Immunophenotype Adaption to In Vitro Expansion. Cells. 2021 Jan 22;10(2):218. doi: 10.3390/cells10020218. PMID: 33499095; PMCID: PMC7911224. Multiplex Analysis of Adipose-Derived Stem Cell (ASC) Immunophenotype Adaption to In Vitro Expansion - PubMed (nih.gov)

OGŁOSZENIE

Zapraszamy na wykłady Dr Hamida Hassanlouei

Termin:

Osoba kontaktowa: adam.kawczynski@awf.wroc.pl; natalia.danek@awf.wroc.pl

Dr Hamid Hassanlouei received his PhD in motor control, from Aalborg University, Denmark, and post-doc from Marquette University, Wisconsin, USA, in the field of neurophysiology of movement.

Key words: Motor control, fatiguing exercises, strength training, exercise induced muscle damage, lengthening and shortening contractions.

Abstract: This lecture will cover the neural basis of human movement, starting from the basis of motor control, introducing the techniques contributing to the understanding of neuroscience of exercise, neural control of lengthening and shortening contractions, neuromuscular responses to fatiguing exercise, neural adaptations to strength training and motor control responses following exercise-induced muscle damage.

Publications:

  1. Sundberg, C. W., Kuplic, A., Hassanlouei, H., & Hunter, S. K. (2018). Mechanisms for the age-related increase in fatigability of the knee extensors in old and very old adults. Journal of Applied Physiology, 125(1), 146-158. https://journals.physiology.org
  2. Hassanlouei, H., Arendt-Nielsen, L., Kersting, U. G., & Falla, D. (2012). Effect of exercise-induced fatigue on postural control of the knee. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 22(3), 342-347. https://www.sciencedirect.com
  3. Hedayatpour, N., Hassanlouei, H., Arendt-Nielsen, L., Kersting, U. G., & Falla, D. (2011). Delayed-onset muscle soreness alters the response to postural perturbations. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 43(6), 1010-1016. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21088627/
  4. Vila-Chã, C., Hassanlouei, H., Farina, D., & Falla, D. (2012). Eccentric exercise and delayed onset muscle soreness of the quadriceps induce adjustments in agonist–antagonist activity, which are dependent on the motor task. Experimental brain research, 216(3), 385-395. https://link.springer.com