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The 4th RIKEN / Karolinska Institutet / SciLifeLab Joint Symposium


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- Thursday, November 16, 2017 (Day 1)
- Friday, November 17, 2017 (Day 2)

Thursday, November 16, 2017 (Day 1)



Opening Remarks:


SESSION I: Gene Expression in Disease and Aging

Spatial transcriptomics in neurodegenerative disease Joakim LUNDEBERG (KTH Royal Institute of Technology/SciLifeLab)

Transcriptional control of human embryo genome activation yields clues for reprogramming Juha KERE (KI)

RIKEN Ageing Resource Project: Of Mice and Super-centenarian Men Aki MINODA (RIKEN)

Losing chromosome Y in leukocytes matters! Jan DUMANSKI (Uppsala U./SciLifeLab)

Lunch Break/Poster Viewing


SESSION II: Neural Function, Disease and Therapy

Molecular and neural circuit mechanisms underlying stress and resilience Tomoyuki FURUYASHIKI (Kobe U.)

Brain Degeneration caused by abnormal Calcium Signaling Katsuhiko MIKOSHIBA (RIKEN)

Nanomedicine for infection and neuroscience Agneta RICHTER-DAHLFORS (KI)

iPS-based Regenerative Medicine- Retinal Diseases Masayo TAKAHASHI (RIKEN)

Stem cell-based therapy for Parkinson’s disease Jun TAKAHASHI (CiRA, Kyoto U.)

Poster Presentation / Coffee Break


SESSION III: Molecular Aspects of Health, Disease and Aging

Ageing-related alteration by the changing of murine intestinal environment Naoko SATOH (RIKEN)

Structures and Functions of Misfolded Alzheimer’s Amyloid-beta: Solid-state NMR studies Yoshitaka ISHII (Tokyo Institute of Technology/RIKEN)

Precision systems cancer medicine


Lessons from yeast -autophagy as a cellular recycling system- Yoshinori OHSUMI (Tokyo Institute of Technology)


Place: RIKEN, Integrated Innovation Building (IIB) 6F※Click here:MAP ※Integrated Innovation Building (IIB)
Nearest station: Medical Center Station on the Port Liner line/最寄り駅:ポートライナー「医療センター駅」
A 3-minute walk from the station via the overpass/医療センター駅より、陸橋を利用し徒歩3分

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Friday, November 17, 2017 (Day 2)



SESSION IV: Visualizing Health, Disease and Aging

Advanced optical noninvasive sensing technology for health science Satoshi WADA (RIKEN)

Translational PET Neuromaging and Radioligand Development Christer HALLDIN (KI)

Neuroscience of primate brain evolution Atsushi IRIKI (RIKEN)

Primate Brain Connectomics using Cutting-edge MRI and PET Technologies Takuya HAYASHI (RIKEN)

Genetic, environmental and age effects on human brain neurotransmission Lars FARDE (KI)

Precision Health/Medicine with Integrated Multi-modal Imaging Technologies Yasuyoshi WATANABE (RIKEN)

Lunch Break/Poster Viewing


SESSION V: Molecular Network Control


Epigenetic regulation of acute myeloid leukemia Andreas LENNARTSSON (KI)

Transcriptional response at promoters and enhancers after drug treatment Erik ARNER (RIKEN)

Peptide engineering for therapeutic applications Shunsuke TAGAMI (RIKEN)

Structure-functional analysis of novel thiazole-oxazole containing antibiotic peptides and molecular machines involved in their synthesis Konstantin SEVERINOV (Rutgers U./Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology)

Advanced drug delivery systems for medical innovation Hidefumi MUKAI (RIKEN)

Peptide-based antitumor technology using tumor-homing CPPs Eisaku KONDO (Niigata U.)

Closing Remarks

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