International Symposium on Frontiers of Genetics and Genomics(时间:2015年12月6-8日)

The International Symposium on Frontiers of Genetics and Genomics will be held on December 6-8, 2015 in Shenzhen, China.  

    

This symposium is jointly organized by the Editorial Office of Journal of Genetics and Genomics, Hereditas (Beijing), Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Genetics Society of China, co-organized by the Agricultural Genomics Institute at Shenzhen China Academy of Agricultural Sciences.  

    

Journal of Genetics and Genomics (JGG) is a peer-reviewed international journal in the field of genetics and genomics. Research in this field has been progressing rapidly. This symposium aims to highlight the emerging frontiers of genetics and genomics covering humans, animals, plants and microbes. Over 30 leading scientists from different countries will share their cutting-edge discoveries in this symposium. We sincerely hope this symposium will provide an international platform for scientists to exchange new ideas, discuss new advances and facilitate collaborations.  

    

Chair: Yongbiao Xue 

Executive Chair: Qian Qian 

Location: Shenzhen, China 

Schedule: 

    Dec. 6th 

Arrival and Reception 

    Dec. 7th 

Symposium 

    Dec. 8th (morning) 

Symposium 

    Dec. 8th (afternoon) 

Departure 

Registration deadline: Before November 20th, 2015 or 150 participants registered. 

Registration fee: Professionals (including Post Docs)  1500 CNY 

Students                        800 CNY 

Venue: AIRLAND HOTEL (雅兰酒店) 

No. 92 Yanmei Road, Yantian District, Shenzhen, China (深圳市盐田区大梅沙盐梅路92) 

    

If you would like to attend the symposium, please fill in the below table and send the email to fgg@genetics.ac.cn.  

    

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Speaker List 

Session I  Medical Genetics and Genomics 

Stephen Kearsey    (University of Oxford, UK) 

Characterization of replicative DNA polymerases associated with cancer predisposition in fission yeast 

Jin-Qiu Zhou    Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, CAS, China 

Inhibition of telomere recombination promote cell longevity 

Zuoheng Anita Wang    (Yale University, USA) 

Genome-wide and epigenome-wide association study in an HIV cohort 

Kin Fai Au    (University of Iowa, USA) 

Transcriptome analysis by Hybrid-Seq 

Wensheng Wei    (Peking University, China) 

CRISPR screening in the study of human disease 

Yun-Fai Chris Lau    (University of California, USA) 

The human Y chromosome as a genetic burden for man 

Jingwu Xie    (Indiana University, USA)  

To decipher the signaling events driving liver metastasis of pancreatic cancer 

Yidong Bai    (Columbia University, USA) 

The implications of mitochondrial haplogroups and mutations in cancers 

Huidong Shi    (Georgia Regents University, USA) 

Modulation of indoleamine 2, 3-dioxygenase 1 expression by activated human T-cells is controlled by epigenetic mechanisms in breast cancer cells 

Xin-Hua Feng    (Baylor College of Medicine, USA) 

How tumor suppressors cooperate in control 

Wei Zhou    (Emory University School of Medicine, USA) 

Targeting pre-ribosomal RNA synthesis in NSCLC 

Zhongsheng Sun    (Beijing Institutes of Life Science, CAS, China) 

Genetic landscape of Chinese autism patients  

Yong-Gang Yao    (Kunming Institute of Zoology, CAS, China) 

An evolutionary elucidation of the genetic basis of neuro-psychiatric disorders 

Ruifu Yang    Beijing Institute of Microbiology and Epidemiology, China 

Evolution of Yersinia pestis virulence 

Session II  Animal Genetics and Development 

Cahir O’Kane    (University of Cambridge, UK)  

Roles of spastic paraplegia genes in organization of axonal endoplasmic reticulum 

Ji-Long Liu    (University of Oxford, UK) 

The cytoophidium and its kinds: compartmentation and filamentation of metabolic enzymes 

Wu-Min Deng    (Florida State University, USA) 

Tumor hotspots in Drosophila 

Yu Cai    (Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory, Singapore) 

Defining the germline stem cell niche activity in the Drosophila ovary 

Yongqing Zhang    (Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, CAS, China) 

Lipids in the brain--mutations in Acyl-CoA synthetase results in minibrain due to reduced neuroblast activity 

Jinsong Li    (Shanghai Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, CAS, China) 

CRISPR-Cas9-meidated genetic screening in mice with haploid embryonic stem cells 

Yikang Rong    (Sun Yat-sen University, China) 

Packing and repacking of the paternal genome: lessons learned from studying haploid embryos produced in a diploid organism 

Liangbiao Chen    (Shanghai Ocean University, China) 

Evolution of cold-responsive genetic network in Teleost fishes 

Session III  Plant Genetics and Genomics 

Dacheng Tian    (Nanjing University, China) 

Mutational "Matthew Effect" during meiosis in plants 

Zhukuan Cheng    (Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, CAS, China)  

Homologous recombination in rice 

Hong Qiao    (University of Texas at Austin, USA) 

Histone modification in ethylene response 

Mingliang Xu    (China Agricultural University, China) 

An atypical thioredoxin imparts early resistance to sugarcane mosaic virus in maize 

Zhiyong Wang    (Carnegie Institution for Science, USA) 

The genomic map of steroid actions 

Sanwen Huang    (Institute of Vegetables and Flowers, CAAS, China) 

Big data and vegetable biology 

Yongbiao Xue    (Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, CAS, China) 

Evolution of interspecific reproductive barriers in Solanum 

    

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