Workshop schedule

One-page schedule sheet in PDF format can be downloaded here.

April 6

18:00Get together

April 7

7:00 - 9:00Breakfast
9:00Mitsuhiro Yanagida (Kyoto University/Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology)
Opening Remark

Session 1
9:10Jonathon Pines (Wellcome Trust/Cancer Research UK)
Into and out of Mitosis
9:40Keiko Nakayama (Tohoku University)
Cell cycle control during differentiation: regulation by two F-box proteins, Skp2 and Fbw7
10:10Yoshiaki Kamada (Nat. Inst. for Basic Biology, Okazaki)
Tor signaling controls mitotic entry via polo-kinase in the yeast, S.cerevisiae.
10:40Coffee Break
11:10Andrea Musacchio (European Institute of Oncology)
Protein networks regulating microtubule-chromosome attachment during mitosis
11:40Tomohiro Matsumoto (Kyoto University)
Quality Control of the Tumor Suppressor p53 by p31comet

Session 2
14:30David Pellman (Harvard Medical School)
Mechanisms to suppress multipolar divisions in cancer cells with extra centrosomes
15:00Atsushi Miyawaki (RIKEN Brain Science Institute)
Spatiotemporal dynamics of multicellular cell cycle progression revealed by fluorescence imaging
15:30Isabelle Jourdain (Massey University)
The dynamin-related proteins Vps1 and Dnm1 cooperate in vacuole tubulation and fission in fission yeast
15:55Coffee Break
16:25Shigeaki Kato (University of Tokyo)
Nuclear O-glycosylation regulates histone methyltransferase activity of RAIGIN during retinoic acid-induced differentiation.
16:55Masayuki Yamamoto (Tohoku University)
Two-site substrate recognition model for the Keap1-Nrf2 system: a hinge and latch mechanism
17:25Kazuhiro Shiozaki (UC Davis)
Glycolytic Enzyme GAPDH in Oxidative Stress Signaling
Poster Session

April 8

7:00 - 9:00Breakfast

Session 3
9:00Monika Gullerova (University of Oxford)
Cohesin complex, which plays a role in transcription termination, is recruited to convergent genes in S.pombe by transient heterochromatin formation.
9:30Masayuki Miura (University of Tokyo)
Apoptosis signal response for cell stress during development and tissue remodeling
10:00Takashi Kadowaki (University of Tokyo)
Adiponectin and its receptors in metabolic syndrome and diabetes
10:30Coffee Break
11:00Hiroyuki Takai (Rockefeller University)
Tel2 Regulates the Stability of PI3K-Related Protein Kinases
11:30Junko Kanoh (Kyoto University)
Tel2, a common partner of PIK-related kinases
11:55Mizuki Shimanuki (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology)
From transcriptomic analysis to isolation of mutants defective in maintaining the G0 state in fission yeast

Session 4
14:30Kazutoshi Mori (Kyoto University)
Cellular response that maintains the homeostasis of the ER
15:00Noboru Mizushima (Tokyo Metrop. Inst. of Med. Science)
Autophagy is essential for preimplantation development of mouse embryos
15:30Kazuhiro Iwai (Osaka City University)
Involvement of the mitochondrial Fe-S cluster biogenetic system in the regulation of cellular iron metabolism
16:00Hiroshi Kondoh (Dep. of Geriatric Medicine, Kyoto University Hospital)
Why ES cells are immortal as primary cells?
16:20Coffee Break
16:50Mohan Balasubramanian (The Nat. Univ. of Singapore)
Positioning the Cell Division Machinery and Monitoring Cytokinesis
17:20Shunsuke Ishii (Tsukuba, RIKEN)
A B-Myb complex containing clathrin and filamin is required for mitotic spindle function
17:50Janni Petersen (University of Manchester)
Environmental control of cell size at division
Poster Session

April 9

7:00 - 9:00Breakfast

Session 5
9:00Shinya Yamanaka (Kyoto University)
Induction of pluripotency by defined factors
9:30Atsushi Hirao (Kanazawa University)
Stemness in normal and malignant tissues
10:00Keiichi Nakayama (Kyushu University)
Epigenetic control of p53 function by CHD8 through recruitment of histone H1
10:30Coffee Break
11:00Tatsuhiko Kodama (University of Tokyo)
Multiple snapshots obtained using genomic tiling arrays reveal the dynamics of transcription
11:30Mitsuhiro Yanagida (Kyoto University/Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology)
The role of TOR complexes in the fission yeast S.pombe vegetative and G0 phase
12:00Tim Stearns (Stanford University)
Centriole Age Underlies Asynchronous Primary Cilium Growth in Mammalian Cells
Box Lunch

April 10

7:00 - 9:00Breakfast
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