Program

Symposium

* GB : Grand Ballroom

A. Chemical biology and drug discovery (5)

Chemical biology and drug discovery
[SY2-3] Chemical Biology GB 103 / June 5(Tue) 10:45-12:45
Organizer Ho Jeong Kwon Yonsei University
Intl. Co-organizer Takeaki Ozawa The University of Tokyo
Chair Ho Jeong Kwon Yonsei University
Speaker Ho Jeong Kwon Yonsei University Target identification and validation of natural products with label-free methods
Takeaki Ozawa The University of Tokyo Opto-bioanalysis: Imaging and controlling GPCR activities in living cells
Manfred Konrad Max-Planck-Institute MOLECULAR ENGINEERING of an ENZYME DRUG: IMPROVING CATALYTIC ACTIVITY of L-ASPARAGINASES USED in THERAPY of ACUTE LYMPHOBLASTIC LEUKEMIA
Sang J. Chung Sungkyunkwan University Application of iFRET for Protein Detection and Drug Screening
Byung-Hoon Lee DGIST Chemical approach to manipulate the protein degradation machinery for human health
[SY3-3] Emergent Technologies for Bio-Hazard detection GB 103 / June 5(Tue) 13:45-15:45
Organizer Yong Beom Shin KRIBB
Intl. Co-organizer Shigeori Takenaka RCBT / Kyushu Institute of Technology
Chair Xingyu Jiang Chinese Academy of Sciences
Speaker Shigeori Takenaka RCBT / Kyushu Institute of Technology Electrochemical detection of pathogen using ferroceny lnaphthalene diimde
Seungjoo Haam Yonsei University Host Cell Mimic Polymersome for Rapid Diagnosis and Distinguish of High/Low Pathogenic Influenza Viruses by Using Viral Fusion and Cell Entry Mechanism
Yongwon Jung KAIST Engineered protein assemblies to utilize biomolecular multivalency in biosensing
Xingyu Jiang Chinese Academy of Sciences Microfluidic chip-based detection of pathogens
[SY6-3] Bioactive Natural Products GB 103 / June 7(Thu) 10:45-12:45
Organizer Sang Kook Lee Seoul National University
Intl. Co-organizer Ikuro Abe The University of Tokyo
Chair Shao-Qing Cai Peking University
Speaker John M. Pezzuto Long Island University Resveratrol: Twenty years of growth, development and controversy
Ikuro Abe The University of Tokyo Engineered biosynthesis of medicinal natural products
Shao-Qing Cai Peking University Design idea of 'ultra hypotoxic multidrug' based on the 'efficacy theory' of traditional Chinese medicienes
Dong-Chan Oh Seoul National University Discovery of new bioactive natural products from symbiotic bacteria in insect ecosystems
[SY11-3] Gene & Cell therapy GB 103 / June 8(Fri) 16:00-18:00
Organizer Yeon-Soo Kim Chungnam National University
Intl. Co-organizer Pembe Hande Ozdinler Northwestern University
Chair Sunyoung Kim Seoul National University
Speaker Pembe Hande Ozdinler Northwestern University Gene Therapy Applications for Upper Motor Neurons
Sujeong Kim Kolon Life Science Invossa: A Cell-mediated Gene Therapy for Osteoarthritis
Junghun Lee Viromed Development of A Novel and Innovative DNA Medicine for Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy : Scientific Basis and Clinical Results
Scott Loiler Nationwide Children's Hospital Development and Manufacturing of Safe and Effective Gene Therapy Vectors for Clinical Use
[SY8-3] Translation from biology to drug discovery GB 103 / June 7(Thu) 16:00-18:00
Organizer Sunghoon Kim Seoul National University
Intl. Co-organizer Motonari Uesugi Kyoto University
Chair Peter Shepherd Auckland University
Speaker Peter Shepherd Auckland University New approaches to developing PI 3-kinase inhibitors by largeting interactions with membranes
Ming Wei Wang SIMM, CAS GLP-1R: form a small molecular agonist to the determination of crystal structures
Motonari Uesugi Kyoto University Small Molecules That Control Lipid Homeostasis
Jungmin Han Yonsei University Next-generation mTORC1 inhibitor from the study of amino acid sensing mechanism
Kyeong Lee Dongguk University Regulation of cancer metabolism through dual inhibitors of hypoxia inducible factor-1a and malate dehydrogenase

B. Genomics and Proteomics (4)

Genomics and Proteomics
[SY9-1] Advances in Cancer GB 101 / June 8(Fri) 10:45-12:45
Organizer Seongho Ryu Soonchunhyang University
Intl. Co-organizer Vivek Mittal Weill Cornell Medical College
Chair Seongho Ryu Soonchunhyang University
Speaker Vivek Mittal Weill Cornell Medical College -
Sujung Song Soonchunhyang University -
Yvonne Tay Cancer Science Institute of Singapore, National University of Singapore A MicroRNA:gene:pseudogene Network Regulates Tumorigenesis in Prostate Cancer
[SY2-4] Proteomics for Integrative Biomedical Sciences GB 104 / June 5(Tue) 10:45-12:45
Organizer Young-Ki Paik Yonsei University
Intl. Co-organizer Alan Saghatelian Salk Institute for Biological Studies
Chair Young-Ki Paik Yonsei University
Keynote Speaker Alan Saghatelian Salk Institute for Biological Studies Small ORF Proteins: From Discovery to Function
Akhilesh Pandey Johns Hopkins University Proteogenomics for Disease Study
Speaker Young-Ki Paik Yonsei University Biomarker and Cancer Proteomics
Naoyuki Taniguchi Research Institute of Osaka International Cancer Center Systems Glycobiology in Disease and N-glycan Branching
[SY2-1] Genomics GB 101 / June 5(Tue) 10:45-12:45
Organizer Yong-Kyung Choi KOBIC
[SY11-4] Genomic Integrity GB 104 / June 8(Fri) 16:00-18:00
Organizer Kyung Jae Myung IBS / UNIST
Intl. Co-organizer Tanya Tamiko Paull University of Texas at Austin
Chair Kyung Jae Myung IBS / UNIST
Keynote Speaker Tanya Tamiko Paull University of Texas at Austin Mechanisms of DNA double-strand break repair
Speaker Orlando D. Schärer IBS / UNIST Molecular Mechanism of Human Nucleotide Excision Repair
Kyoo-young Lee IBS / UNIST Roles of ATAD5 in preserving genomic stability under replication stress
Hongtae Kim Sungkyunkwan University New TRAIP binding protein, NTBP, plays an important role in DNA damage response pathway

C. Immunology (4)

Immunology
[SY3-1] Immune Activation and Regulation GB 101 / June 5(Tue) 13:45-15:45
Organizer Sung-Gyoo Park GIST
Intl. Co-organizer Chun Geun Lee Brown University
Chair Sung-Gyoo Park GIST
Chun Geun Lee Brown University
Keynote Speaker Jang Soo Chun GIST -
Speaker Kensuke Miyake Department of Microbiology and Immunology, University of Tokyo Mechanisms Controlling Innate Immune Responses to Nucleic Acids
Chun Geun Lee Brown University CHITINASE REGULATION of ALLERGIC INFLAMMATION and LUNG FIBROSIS
Suk-Jo Kang KAIST Mitochondrial regulation of the STING signaling pathway
Murim Choi Seoul National University -
[SY5-2] New Paradigms in Host-Pathogen Interactions GB 102 / June 6(Wed) 10:45-12:45
Organizer Eun-Kyeong Jo Chungnam National University
Intl. Co-organizer Robert L. Modlin David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Chair Joon Haeng Rhee Chonnam National University
Keynote Speaker Robert L. Modlin David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA T cell mediated antimicrobial mechanisms in leprosy and tuberculosis
Speaker Jae Ung Jung University of Southern California Immunopathogenesis of two emerging viruses: Zika virus and SFTS virus
Kiyoshi Takeda Osaka University Host-microbe interaction in the intestine
Leann Tilley University of Melbourne STRUCTURE, FUNCTION and TARGET VALIDATION STUDIES of the MALARIA PARASITE PROTEASOME
Eun-Kyeong Jo Chungnam National University Autophagy and Mycobacterial Infection
[SY6-2] Viral Disease & Vaccine GB 102 / June 7(Thu) 10:45-12:45
Organizer Beomtae Kim KRICT
Sungjoon Kim KRICT
Intl. Co-organizer Aleem Siddiqui University of California, San Diego
Chair Aleem Siddiqui University of California, San Diego
Sungjoon Kim KRICT
Speaker Aleem Siddiqui University of California, San Diego Mitochondrial Dynamics and innate immunity in Chronic Hepatitis B and C
TBD - -
Jae-Min Song Sungshin University -
Cheonsang Kim Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology CRISPR screening identifies host factors essential for viral infection
[SY7-2] Immunological disorders GB 102 / June 7(Thu) 13:45-15:45
Organizer Wan-Uk Kim Catholic University
Intl. Co-organizer Ethan Shevach National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases(NIH)
Chair Young-Mo Kang Kyungpook National University
Speaker Jungsik Song Yonsei University An overview of the pathogenic mechanisms of autoimmune diseases
Wan-Uk Kim Catholic University Signal regulation of rheumatoid arthritis
Ethan Shevach National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH The Role of CTLA-4 in T Regulatory Cell Function and Immune Homeostasis
Kyung-Ho Roh University of Alabama in Huntsville Biomaterial designs that enable molecular and cellular therapies to treat autoimmune diseases

D. Metabolism and metabolic diseases (3)

Metabolism and metabolic diseases
[SY5-1] Metabolic Homeostasis and Regulation GB 101 / June 6(Wed) 10:45-12:45
Organizer Young Yang Sookmyung Women's University
Intl. Co-organizer Sheng Cai Lin Xiamen University
Chair Young Yang Sookmyung Women's University
Keynote Speaker Sheng Cai Lin Xiamen University The Biology and Mechanism of Lipid Storage
Speaker Seung-Hoi Koo Korea University Control of systemic energy metabolism by CRTC2-dependent transcriptional pathway
Ki Woo Kim Yonsei University Brain FoxO1 Regulates Energy Homeostasis & Mood Behaviors
Jung-Ae Kim KRIBB Regulation of Hypoxia Responses by Flavin Adenine Dinucleotide-Dependent Modulation of HIF Protein Stability
Sungsoon Fang Yonsei University Nuclear receptor crosstalk controls hepatic lipid homeostasis to protect against NAFLD
[SY2-2] Metabolic regulation GB 102 / June 5(Tue) 10:45-12:45
Organizer Jin Han Inje University
Intl. Co-organizer Tetsuji Miura Sapporo Medical University
Chair Jin Han Inje University
Speaker Rui-Ping Xiao Peking University Role of MG53 in Cardiometabolic Diseases
David Carling MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences (LMS) Investigating the regulation of metabolism by AMPK in vivo
Tetsuji Miura Sapporo Medical University Role of AMP deaminase in diabetic cardiomyopathy
Sookja K. Chung The University of Hong Kong Global Proteomics of Skeletal Muscle and Validation Lead to Identification of PGC-1 and Fatty Acid Metabolism Downstream to Exchange Protein Directly Activated by cAMP (Epac) in Forced Treadmill Exercise Capacity
Motohiro Nishida National Institutes of Natural Sciences Mitochondrial metabolic regulation by reactive sulfide species
[SY11-2] Diabetes & Obesity GB 102 / June 8(Fri) 16:00-18:00
Organizer In-kyu Lee Kyungpook National University
Intl. Co-organizer Ajay Chawla University of California School of Medicine
Chair In-kyu Lee Kyungpook National University
Speaker Ajay Chawla University of California School of Medicine Innate Mechanisms of Thermogenesis
Evan Rosen Harvard Medical School Epigenomic and transcriptional control of insulin resistance
Karine Clement Sorbonne University Adipose tissue remodeling in metabolic diseases
Yoshihiro Ogawa Kyushu University Obesity-induced lifestyle-related diseases: let’s see both the wood and trees!

E. Microbiology (1)

Microbiology
[SY3-2] Host-Microbe Interactions GB 102 / June 5(Tue) 13:45-15:45
Organizer Won-Jae Lee Seoul National University
Intl. Co-organizer Petros Ligoxygakis Oxford University
Chair Won-Jae Lee Seoul National University
Speaker Petros Ligoxygakis Oxford University -
Sang Sun Yoon Yonsei University Microbe-Microbe interaction inside hose intestine
Sin-Hyeog Im IBS/POSTECH Modulation of host immunity by targeting microbiome
Carl Thummel University of Utah REGULATION of METABOLISM and SYSTEMIC PHYSIOLOGY in DROSOPHILA

F. Neuroscience (3)

Neuroscience
[SY1-3] Synaptic Protein Functions and Dysfunctions GB 103 / June 4(Mon) 13:00-15:00
Organizer Eunjoon Kim IBS / KAIST
Intl. Co-organizer Tobias M. Böckers Ulm University
Chair
Speaker Craig M. Powell University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Mouse Models of Autism Risk Genes For Therapeutic Discovery
Markus Wöhr Philipps-University of Marburg Ultrasonic Vocalization Deficits in Rodent Models for Autism
Eunjoon Kim IBS / KAIST NMDAR dysfunction in autism spectrum disorders
Tobias M. Böckers Ulm University Model systems to analyze autism spectrum disorders (ASDs)
[SY4-3] Brain Research GB 103 / June 5(Tue) 16:00-18:15
Organizer Bong-Kiun Kaang Seoul National University
Intl. Co-organizer Kaoru Inokuchi University of Toyama
Chair Bong-Kiun Kaang Seoul National University
Speaker Kaoru Inokuchi University of Toyama Synapse specific plasticity within engram assemblies governs the memory trace identity
Seung-Jae Lee Seoul National University Mechanism of disease progression in Parkinson’s disease
C. Justin Lee KIST Awakening Dormant Dopaminergic Neurons by Blocking Aberrant Tonic Inhibition to Alleviate Parkinson’s Disease
Daesoo Kim KAIST Inhibitory basal ganglia input induces excitatory motor signals in the thalamus
Seung-Hee Lee KAIST Neural circuit mechanisms for modulation of sensory processing and integration
Kazutaka Ikeda Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science NMDA receptor channel GluN2D subunit as a new target molecule for medicines for mental disorders
[SY5-3] Autism: from Gene to Clinical Research GB 103 / June 6(Wed) 10:45-12:45
Organizer Hyewhon Rhim Korea Institute of Science and Technology
Intl. Co-organizer Zilong Qiu Institute of Neuroscience, Chinese Academy of Science Observing neural activity in the autistic brain in vivo and genetic rescue of autistic behaviors
Keynote Speaker
Speaker Chan Young Shin Konkuk University Parmacological targeting of excitatory/inhiitory imbalance in autism spectrum disorder
Hyunsoo Shawn Je Duke-NUS Medical School Modeling autism using human neurons in a dish
Heejeong Yoo Seoul National University Genetic study of patients with autism spectrum disorder and its clinical implications
G. [SY4-5] Hypoxia GB 105 / June 5(Tue) 16:00-18:00
Hypoxia
Organizer Sung-Soo Kim Kyunghee University
Intl. Co-organizer Hiroshi HARADA Kyoto University
Chair Sung-Soo Kim Kyunghee University
Speaker Hiroshi HARADA Kyoto University HIF-1 and Tumor Progression
Hyunsung Park University of Seoul Hypoxia suffocates histone demethylases to change histone code and gene expression
Jae-Seon Lee Inha University Senescence and hypoxia in tumor microenvironment
Gang Wang Chinese Academy of Sciences Mediator Complex: Mediating Transcription and Cancer Development

H. Protein structure and function (3)

Protein structure and function
[SY8-4] Antibody Therapy GB 104 / June 7(Thu) 16:00-18:00
Organizer Young Woo Park Y-Biologics
Intl. Co-organizer Tianlei Ying Fudan University
Chair Jin San Yoo Pharmabcine
Speaker Jun Ho Chung Seoul National University Deciphering Human B cell Repertoires with Next Generation Sequencing
Jaeho Jung ABL Bio The Next Frontier of Cancer Immunotherapy by Bispecific Antibody
Tianlei Ying Fudan University Development of Next-Generation Antibody Therapeutics Against Infectious Diseases
Yong Sung Kim Ajou University Targeting Intracellular Oncogenic KRas mutants by Cytosol-Penetrating Antibody
[SY2-5] Frontiers of Structural Biology GB 105 / June 5(Tue) 10:45-12:45
Organizer Jie-Oh Lee KAIST
Intl. Co-organizer Nieng Yan Tsinghua University / Princeton University
Chair Jie-Oh Lee KAIST
Speaker Nieng Yan Tsinghua University / Princeton University -
Homin Kim KAIST Cryo-EM structure of Bovine Mitochondrial Respirasome
Ji-Joon Song KAIST Integrative Structural Investigation on Macromolecular Protein Complexes
Sung-Hoon Jun KBSI COMPLEX STRUCTURE of RNA POLYMERASE and TFE REVEALS TFE BINDING OPENS CLAMP and STALK DOMAINS DURING TRANSCRIPTION INITIATION
Richard Charles Garratt University of São Paulo Septin Filaments and The Assembly of a Molecular Jigsaw
[SY5-5] Intrinsically Disordered Proteins and Diseases GB 105 / June 6(Wed) 10:45-12:45
Organizer Kyou-Hoon Han KRIBB/UST
Intl. Co-organizer Christian Griesinger Max Planck Institute Biophysical Chemistry
Chair Kyou-Hoon Han KRIBB/UST
Speaker Christian Griesinger Max Planck Institute Biophysical Chemistry Structure dynamics and kinetics of folding and recognition in proteins by NMR
Seong Soo An Gachon University Medical School Genomic and blood biomarker approaches in differentiating various neurodegenerative diseases
Daniel Fortunati Trinity College Dublin Structural & Kinetic Studies of Oligomeric Aggregates of Αlpha-synuclein
Steve Metallo Georgetown University Intrinsically Disordered Protein Regions as Targets: Small Molecule Binding to c-Myc
Kyou-Hoon Han KRIBB/UST The mdm2-inhibition mechanism by a pre-structured p53 rescue motif in a hybrid type disordered protein SUSP4

I. Bioinformatics and systems biology (2)

Bioinformatics and systems biology
[SY9-2] Systems and in silico biology GB 102 / June 8(Fri) 10:45-12:45
Organizer Daehee Hwang DGIST
Chair
Speaker Traver Hart University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Discovering novel cancer genetic vulnerabilities with CRISPR screens
Insuk Lee Yonsei University Network-augmented Analysis of Disease Genomics Data
Doheon Lee KAIST Systemic Functional Analysis of Medicinal Compounds with a Virtual Human System CODA
Daehyun Baek Seoul National University GENERAL RULES FOR FUNCTIONAL MICRORNA TARGETING
[SY10-2] Biomedical applications of big data GB 102 / June 8(Fri) 13:45-15:45
Organizer Sanghyuk Lee Ewha Womans University
Intl. Co-organizer Roel Verhaak Jackson Lab for Genomic Medicine
Chair Jay W. Shin RIKEN
Speaker Roel Verhaak Jackson Lab for Genomic Medicine Genomic Delineation of Glioma Evolution
Sanghyuk Lee Ewha Womans University PDX genomics & informatics for precision treatment of cancer
Jay W. Shin RIKEN FANTOM6 : Functional genomics of long non-coding RNA
Hyung-Jin Yoon Seoul National University Medical Big Data in the Field

J. Cancer biology (2)

Cancer biology
[SY1-4] Tumor Microenvironment GB 104 / June 4(Mon) 13:00-15:00
Organizer Young-Joon Surh Seoul National University
Intl. Co-organizer Masayuki Yamamoto Tohoku University
Chair Young-Joon Surh Seoul National University
Masayuki Yamamoto Tohoku University
Speaker Masayuki Yamamoto Tohoku University Nrf2 and tumor microenvironment
Yuxin Yin Peking University From tumor suppression to precision medicine
Young-Joon Surh Seoul National University Role of cancer-associated fibroblasts in progression of breast cancer cells
Johji Inazawa Tokyo Medical and Dental University Exploring novel cancer-related microRNAs and their diagnostic and therapeutic potentials in personalized cancer medicine
[SY6-4] Cancer Metabolism GB 104 / June 7(Thu) 10:45-12:45
Organizer Soo-Youl Kim National Cancer Center
Intl. Co-organizer Jung-Whan Kim The University of Texas Dallas
Chair Soo-Youl Kim National Cancer Center
Keynote Speaker Chi Van Dang Abramson Cancer Center, University of Pennsylvania MYC Cancer Gene Clocks Out For Lunch
Speaker Christian M. Metallo University of California, San Diego Hypoxia, PHGDH, and Breast Cancer Stem Cells
Jae-Ho Cheong Yonsei University Tumor Molecular Subtyping and Metabolic Characteristics
Jung-Whan Kim The University of Texas Dallas Metabolic Vulnerabilities of Squamous Cell Carcinoma

K. Cell biology (2)

Cell biology
[SY7-1] Cell Fate Control GB 101 / June 7(Thu) 13:45-15:45
Organizer Jae Ha Ryu Sookmyung Women's University
Intl. Co-organizer Suzie Chen The State University of New Jersey
Chair Raok Jeon Sookmyung Women's University
Suzie Chen The State University of New Jersey
Speaker Suzie Chen The State University of New Jersey Metabotropic Glutamate Receptors in Cell Transformation and Tumorigenesis
Kang Yell Choi Yonsei University Regulation and Ras protein stability via the Wnt/beta-catenin signaling
Seung Yong Yoon University of Ulsan, College of Medicine Therapeutic Effects of Novel Tau Antibody
Young Eun Choi CJ MicroRNAs Regulating Cancer Cell Sensitivity through Maintaining Genome Stability
[SY4-1] Extracellular Vesicle Biology GB 101 / June 5(Tue) 16:00-18:00
Organizer Yong Song Gho POSTECH
Intl. Co-organizer Takahiro Ochiya National Cancer Center Research Institute
Chair Yong Song Gho POSTECH
Speaker Yong Song Gho POSTECH Exosomes and Extracellular Vesicles: from bench to clinic
Keynote Speaker Takahiro Ochiya National Cancer Center Research Institute Extracellular vesicles as a novel therapeutic target for cancer metastasis
Speaker Edit I Buzás Semmelweis University Extracellular vesicle surface interactions
Kwang Pyo Kim Kyung Hee University Proteomic analysis of exosomes derived from acute myeloid leukemia cell lines

L. Development and regeneration (3)

Development and regeneration
[SY9-4] Developmental biology GB 104 / June 8(Fri) 10:45-12:45
Organizer Ho Jae Han Seoul National University
Chair
Speaker Rodeheffer Matthew S. Yale University School of Medicine Understanding how we get fat: Dietary regulation of adipocyte stem cells
Yun Hee Lee Yonsei University Microenvironmental regulation of in vivo adipogenesis
Hail Kim KAIST Essential Roles of PRMT1 in Pancreatic Β-cell
Chul Hoon Kim Yonsei University College of Medicine -
[SY5-4] Stem Cell Epigenomics GB 104 / June 6(Wed) 10:45-12:45
Organizer Young-Joon Kim Yonsei University
Intl. Co-organizer Salvatore Oliviero Human Genetic Foundation Torino
Speaker Salvatore Oliviero Human Genetic Foundation Torino Regulation and function of DNA methylation in Stem cells
Tae Soo Kim Ewha Womans University Rpd3L HDAC Links H3K4me3 to Transcriptional Repression Memory
Bing Ren University of California San Diego Analysis of Chromatin Organization Delineates Regulatory Programs of Human Cardiomyocyte Differentiation
Daeyoup Lee KAIST Regulation of Chromatin Architecture by CHD4 in Embryonic Stem cells
Jaehoon Kim KAIST Biochemical characterization of the human H3K4 methyltransferase complexes
[SY10-4] Aging and Longevity GB 104 / June 8(Fri) 13:45-15:45
Organizer Jae-Ryong Kim Yeungnam University
Intl. Co-organizer Tohru Minamino Niigata University
Chair Jae-Ryong Kim Yeungnam University
Tohru Minamino Niigata University
Keynote Speaker Thomas A. Rando Stanford University Regulation of Stem Cell Quiescence and Activation
Speaker Ki-Sun Kwon KRIBB microRNA expression controls skeletal muscle aging
Tohru Minamino Niigata University Role of Cellular Aging in Cardio-metabolic Disease
Efstathios Gonos National Hellenic Research Foundation PROTEASOME ACTIVATION DELAYS AGING and PROGRESSION of AGE-RELATED DISEASES

M. Molecular medicine and disease models (3)

Molecular medicine and disease models
[SY7-3] Precision medicine GB 103 / June 7(Thu) 13:45-15:45
Organizer Woong-Yang Park Samsung Genome Institute
Intl. Co-organizer Bin Tean Teh National Cancer Center Singapore
Speaker Do Hyun Nam Samsung Medical Center Clonal evolution of glioblastoma under therapy
Bin Tean Teh National Cancer Center Singapore Molecular Characterization of Cholangiocarcinoma
Yeul Hong Kim Korea University K-MASTER: Korean Cancer Precision Medicine Match Trials
Yutaka Suzuki University of Tokyo Model for Colon Cancer Evolution
Woong-Yang Park Samsung Genome Institute Clinical Utility of Single Cell Genome Analysis
[SY7-4] Translational Research of Sensory Loss from Human to Mouse (supported by IMPC) GB 104 / June 7(Thu) 13:45-15:45
Organizer Je-Kyung Seong Seoul National University
keynote Speaker Steve Brown MRC Harwell Institute The International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium (IMPC): A large scale hearing loss screen reveals an extensive unexplored genetic landscape for auditory dysfunction
Speaker Jinwoong Bok Yonsei University College of Medicine Establishing the tonotopic organization of the mammalian cochlea
Heon Yung Gee Yonsei University College of Medicine Next-generation Sequencing Facilitates the Identification of Hearing Loss Genes in Human
Un-Kyung Kim Kyungpook National University Restoration of hearing function in a mouse model of congenital hearing loss using gene therapy
[SY3-5] Omics approach in Animal model for Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity (supported by KMPC)
GB 105 / June 5(Tue) 13:45-15:45
Organizer Je-Kyung Seong Seoul National University
Intl. Co-organizer - -
Chair Je-Kyung Seong Seoul National University
Speaker Je-Kyung Seong Seoul National University Characterization of Browning-susceptible WATs
Tae-Sik Park Gachon University Sphingolipid Metabolism in Obesity and Hepatosteatosis
James G. Granneman Center for Integrative Metabolic and Endocrine Research / Wayne State University School of Medicine Deconstruction adipogenesis in vivo with single cell RNA-seq
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N. Protein modification and regulation (3)

Protein modification and regulation
[SY8-2] The Protein Secretory Pathway GB 102 / June 7(Thu) 16:00-18:00
Organizer Min Goo Lee Yonsei University
Intl. Co-organizer Catherine Rabouille Hubrecht Institute
Chair David Banfield Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Keynote Speaker Catherine Rabouille Hubrecht Institute SEC16: from COPII vesicle dynamics to stress response in Drosophila
Speaker Shmuel Muallem NIH Signaling at the ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM-PM Junctions
David Banfield Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Mechanisms of protein retention and sorting in the Golgi
Min Goo Lee Yonsei University Unconventional protein secretion of transmembrane proteins
[SY3-4] Autophagy & protein turnover GB 104 / June 5(Tue) 13:45-15:45
Organizer Yung Dae Yun Ewha Womans University
Intl. Co-organizer Ana Maria Cuervo Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Chair Chen Quan Chinese Academy of Science
Speaker Ana Maria Cuervo Albert Einstein College of Medicine Selective autophagy: fighting disease one protein at a time
Chen Quan Chinese Academy of Science -
Myung-Shik Lee Yonsei University Autophagy Enhancer as a Novel Therapeutic Agent Against Metabolic Syndrome and Diabetes
Yong-Keun Jung Seoul National University A Role of FKBP8 in the Mitochondrial Fragmentation and Mitophagy
[SY1-1] PTM in Cell Signaling GB 101 / June 4(Mon) 13:00-15:00
Organizer Jaewhan Song Yonsei University
Intl. Co-organizer Keiji Tanaka Laboratory of Protein Metabolism, Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science
Chair Yongtae Kwon Seoul National University
Jaewhan Song Yonsei University
Keynote Speaker Keiji Tanaka Laboratory of Protein Metabolism, Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science -
Speaker Cheol-Sang Hwang POSTECH Formyl-methionine-targeting proteolytic system: the fMet/N-end rule pathway
Min Jae Lee Seoul National University Proteasomal Degradation of Post-Translationally Modified Tau Proteins
Byoung Dae Lee Kyung Hee University Dysregulated phosphorylation of Rab GTPases by LRRK2 induces neurodegeneration

O. Joint Symposium_Japan (Cancer Signaling and Molecular Target Therapy)

Joint Symposium_Japan (Cancer Signaling and Molecular Target Therapy)
[SY7-5] Cancer Signaling and Molecular Target Therapy GB 105 / June 7(Thu) 13:45-15:45
Keynote Speaker Akira Kikuchi Graduate School of Medicine, Osaka University The Dickkopf1-CKAP4 pathway, a novel cancer signaling, represents a therapeutic target for cancer therapy
Speaker Tohru Kataoka Graduate School of Medicine, Kobe University Specific Inhibitors of Phospholipase C(PLC) Display Anti-Tumor and Cancer-Preventive Effects as well as Anti-Inflammatory Effect.
Masanori Hatakeyama Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo Structural Determinants For the Pathobiological Performance of the Helicobacter Pylori Oncoprotein CagA
Young Il Yeom KRIBB Lactate-induced Metabolic Signaling in Hypoxia and Cancer
Nam Hoon Kwon Seoul National University Macrophage M1 Polarization by GRS Displayed on Extracellular Vesicles Suppresses Tumor Initiation

P. Joint Symposium_Japan (Autophagy)

Joint Symposium_Japan (Autophagy)
[SY8-5] Autophagy GB 105 / June 7(Thu) 16:00-18:00
Chair Noboru Mizushima The University of Tokyo
Intl. Co-organizer
Keynote Speaker Noboru Mizushima The University of Tokyo Maturation of autophagosomes in cells and vertebrates
Speaker Masaaki Komatsu Niigata University Selective Autophagy Regulates Lipid-oxidation
Hitoshi Nakatogawa Tokyo Institute of Technology Mechanism of autophagosome formation inferred from the analysis of the molecular function of Atg2
Nobuo N Noda Institute of Microbial Chemistry (BIKAKEN) MOLECULAR MECHANISMS of INITIAL STEPS of AUTOPHAGY
Jin-A Lee Hannam University A Novel Approach to Detect the Binding Property of LC3/GABARAP Family with Its Target LIRs in Live Cells

Q. East Asian Joint Symposium on Glycoscience (3)

Joint Symposium
[SY9-5] Eastern Asia Joint Symposium on Glycoscience_Session 1 GB 105 / June 8(Fri) 10:45-12:45
Chair Jin Won Cho Yonsei University
Kuo-I Lin Academia Sinica
Keynote Speaker Gerald Hart Johns Hopkins University NUTRIENT REGULATION of SIGNALING & TRANSCRIPTION by O-GLCNAC
Speaker Jin Won Cho Yonsei University Some important roles of O-GlcNAc modification in cancer
Eugene C Yi Seoul National University Proteome-scale identification of O-GlcNAcylated proteins using a free radical generating N-terminal chemical tagging probe
Kuo-I Lin Academia Sinica O-GlcNAcylation in B cell immunity
Inhee Mook-Jung Seoul National University Regulation of ER-Golgi transport through O-GlcNAc modification
[SY10-5] Eastern Asia Joint Symposium on Glycoscience_Session 2 GB 105 / June 8(Fri) 13:45-15:45
Chair Tamao Endo Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Gerontology
Yong Sam Kim KRIBB
Speaker Tamao Endo Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Gerontology Glycosylation in muscular dystrophy
Kenji Kadomatsu Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine Proteoglycans in axon regeneration and neural plasticity
Tadashi Suzuki RIKEN Toward curing NGLY1-deficiency
Shi-Hsiung Wu Academia Sinica The development of glycoconjugate vaccines against multi-drug resistant pathogenic bacteria
Wei-Chieh Cheng Academia Sinica Inspiration from natural products to develop small molecules for modulation of sugar-processing enzymes: Potential treatment for lysosomal storage diseases
Yong Sam Kim KRIBB Generation of an aglycosylated antibody-producing mice
[SY11-5] Eastern Asia Joint Symposium on Glycoscience_Session 3 GB 105 / June 8(Fri) 16:00-18:00
Chair Alice Yu Chang Gung Memorial Hospital
Jin-ichi Inokuchi Tohoku Medical and Pharmaceutical University
Speaker Jin-ichi Inokuchi Tohoku Medical and Pharmaceutical University Ganglioside GM3 Molecular Species as Novel Endogenous Ligand for TLR4
Yoshio Hirabayashi RIKEN Brain Science Institute Roles of lipid glucosylation in cellular homeostasis
Chihiro Sato Nagoya University Attractive and Repulsive fields of Polysialic acid synthesized by ST8SIA2 and ST8SIA4
Shih-Hsiung Wu Chang Gung Memorial Hospital Identification of ST3Gal1 target proteins which facilitate tumor growth, angiogenesis and immune evasion
Shoko Nishihara Soka University O-GlcNAc regulates signaling in embryonic stem cells
Takashi Angata Academia Sinica Soluble Siglec-14: Function and generation mechanism
R. [SY6-5] KSBMB Named Lecture GB 105 / June 7(Thu) 10:45-12:45

S. Korea-Denmark Joint Symposium

Korea-Denmark Joint Symposium
[SY8-1] Genome editing in Animal Model for Human Disease GB 101 / June 7(Thu) 16:00-18:00
Chair Je-Kyung Seong Seoul National University
Speaker TBD - -
TBD - -
Ho Lee National Cancer Center Recent Progress in Mouse Genome Editing Using CRISPR/Cas9 Technology
Young Hoon Sung Asan Medical Center/University of Ulsan College of Medicine The application of the pre-crRNA processing activity of CRISPR-Cpf1 to genetically-engineered mouse models

T. GISTeR Session

GISTeR Session
[SS10-1] Gendered Innovations in Biomedical Research and Publication GB 101 / June 8(Fri) 13:45-15:45
Organizer Hee Young Paik GISTeR
Chair
Speaker Hee Young Paik GISTeR Gendered Innovations : Applications in Biomedical Research
Moon Young Lee Wonkwang University Sex differences of feeding behavior in response to stress in Rat
Heisook Lee GISTeR Guideline to integrate sex/gender as a biological variable in biomedical research papers
Suk Kyeong Lee The Catholic University of Korea Cell DB : Cells with defined sex

* SS : Satellite Session

U. [SY6-1] Challenges and Opportunities in Translation of Academic ResearchGB 101 / June 7(Thu) 10:45-12:45

Challenges and Opportunities in Translation of Academic Research
Organizer Sunghoon Kim Seoul National University
Speaker Juan Carlos Lopez Haystack Science Collaborations between academia and industry: challenges and opportunities
Andrew Marshall Nature Biotechnology Convening the academic industrial interface---a Nature editor’s perspective
V. [SY1-5] Human Frontier Science Program GB 105 / June 4(Mon) 13:00-15:00
Human Frontier Science Program
Organizer Guntram BAUER International Human Frontier Science Program Organization
Chair
Speaker Timothy SAUNDERS Mechanobiology Institute, National University of Singapore Three-dimensional image analysis reveals cytoskeletal dynamics in cell-free systems
Anjana BADRINARAYANAN National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS) Bangalore Regulation of error-prone DNA damage repair pathways in bacteria
Tomomi KIYOMITSU Division of Biological Science, Nagoya University Optogenetic reconstitution reveals core functional modules and architecture of the cortical force-generating machinery during mitosis.
Sung-Yon KIM Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Seoul National University Chemical, genetic and optical approaches to the deconstruction of neural circuitry
W. FAOBMB Special Lecture Symposium 2F(205A+205B) / June 5(Tue) 14:00-16:00
FAOBMB Special Lecture Symposium
Chair Sheila Nathan University Kebangsaan Malaysia
Speaker GN Ramachandran Lecture Manju Bansal Indian Institute of Science Role of Dna Structural Variability in Promoter Function
Young Scientist Award Varodom Charoensawan Mahidol University Systems Biology Approach to Investigate Epigenetic Landscape of Nucleosome and Transcription Factors
Tatiana Soares da Costa La Trobe University Multi-Targeted Inhibition of an Essential Bacterial Enzyme
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