The 2nd Osaka University-OIST symposium

Date

Monday, January 20, 2020 (All day) to Tuesday, January 21, 2020 (All day)

Location

Room# B250, Center, OIST

Description

Theme

“Neuroscience, Immunology and cutting edge technologies including imaging ”

Summary

The Provost and the Dean of Research will organize the 2nd symposium to facilitate interaction between OIST and Graduate School of Medicine/Faculty of Medicine, Osaka University. The theme for this time is " Neuroscience, Immunology and cutting edge technologies including imaging ".  OIST is planning to facilitate collaborations in medical field, including methodological and technological development, going forward. Such interactions are expected and specifically encouraged by the CAO, BOG and benefit the future of both and other academic institutions in Japan.

For those who are interested, please join this symposium for discussion.

Speakers

Graduate School of Medicine/Faculty of Medicine, Osaka University

  • Vice Dean: Masaru Ishii - Intravital multiphoton imaging dissecting immune celluar dynamics in vivo
  • Prof. Makoto Sato - Neocortical neurons develop neuronal circuits for cooperative tasks by multiple-targeting with collateral formation
  • Prof. Toshihide Yamashita - Development of therapeutic strategies to repair neuronal network for the central nervous system diseases
  • Prof. Shigeru Kitazawa - In search of allocentric coordinates–where they are and how they emerge
  • Prof. Yukinori Okada - Statistical genetics, disease biology, and drug discovery
  • Prof. Kazuyo Mori - Role of group 2 innate lymphoid cells in idiopathic interstitial pneumonias

OIST

  • Distinguished Prof. Tomoyuki Takahashi  - Multidisciplinary approach to a presynaptic black box
  • Assoc. Prof. Bernd Kuhn - Voltage imaging from Purkinje neurons in awake animals
  • Prof. Erik De Schutter - Modeling the cell biology of learning”
  • Asst. Prof. Hiroki Ishikawa - Regulation of T cell functional states by AP-1 transcription factors
  • Dr. Charles Plessy - Rapid changes of gene order in closely related species of Oikopleura zooplankton

Poster Presenters

Graduate School of Medicine/Faculty of Medicine, Osaka University

  • Yumiko Ueno - Phosphorylation of hepatitis B virus core protein regulates its subcellular localization
  • Ryo OI - Evaluation of Mitochondrial Mass in Colorectal Cancer
  • Kyotaro Nohata - Distinct role of the 182nd amino acid residue between HIV-1 and HIV-2 capsids in CPSF6 binding
  • Akira Mizuno - Tissue-specific opposite directional effects of expression quantitative trait loci (eQTLs) may contribute to the genetics of complex traits
  • Siripongvutikorn Yanakawee - Acquired TTP mouse model induced by ADAMTS13/MHC class II complex

OIST

  • Bianca Sieveritz - Ventral motor thalamic input to prelimbic cortex is involved in cost-benefit decision-making
  • Dongqi Han - Self-Organization of Action Hierarchy and Compositionality by Reinforcement Learning with Recurrent Neural Networks
  • Laurent Guillaud - ATP-dependent liquid phase transitions in synapse organization and neurodegeneration
  • Saahil Acharya - Transient dimerization of a postsynaptic cell adhesion molecule neuroligin and its implications in the regulation of trans-synaptic adhesion
  • Sigita Augustinaite - Complementary activity of sensory activated and suppressed layer 6 corticothalamic neurons reflects behavioral state
  • Tsunghan Hsieh - JunB controls cell viability and clonal expansion in Th1
  • Viktoras Lisicovas - Improving two-photon temporal focusing microscopy with high repetition rate pulsed laser source
  • Zacharie Taoufiq - Deep synaptic proteome exploration in mental health and disease
  • Olg Eliseeva - 3D culture for cancer immunology studies

Schedule

Janary 20th (Mon)

13:30-13:40 OIST: Provost. Mary Collins

Greetings

13:40-14:10 OIST: Prof. Hiroki Ishikawa

“Regulation of T cell functional states by AP-1 transcription factors”

14:10-14:40 OIST: Prof. Erik De Schutter

“Modeling the cell biology of learning, which falls within the neuroscience part”

14:40-14:55 Break

14:55-15:25 Osaka University: Prof. Toshihide Yamashita

“Development of therapeutic strategies to repair neuronal network for the central nervous system diseases”

15:25-15:55 Osaka University: Prof. Kazuyo Moro

“Role of group 2 innate lymphoid cells in idiopathic interstitial pneumonias”

15:55-16:25 Osaka University: Prof. Yukinori Okada

“Statistical genetics, disease biology, and drug discovery”

16:25-16:40 Break

16:40-17:10 OIST: Distinguished Prof. Tomoyuki Takahashi

“Multi-disciplinary approach to presynaptic black box”

17:10-17:40 OIST: Prof. Bernd Kuhn

“Voltage imaging from Purkinje neurons in awake animals”

17:40-18:10 Osaka University: Prof. Shigeru Kitazawa

“In search of allocentric coordinates–where they are and how they emerge”

Janary 21st (Tue)

08:45-09:15 OIST: Dr. Charles Plessy

“Rapid changes of gene order in closely related species of Oikopleura zooplankton”

09:15-09:45 Osaka University: Prof. Makoto Sato

“Neocortical neurons develop neuronal circuits for cooperative tasks by multiple-targeting with collateral formation”

09:45-09:55 Break

09:55-10:25 Osaka University: Vice Dean Masaru Ishii

“Intravital multiphoton imaging dissecting immune celluar dynamics in vivo”

10:25-11:25 Flash Talk by Poster presenter

11:50-12:00 OIST: Dean of Research Tadashi Yamamoto

Closing Remarks

12:00-13:40 Lunch & Poster presentation

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