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October 5th, 2009

- Workshop program uploaded.


September 30th, 2009

- Application is closed.


September 11th, 2009

- Shuttle bus service on Nov. 29th,
Naha airpot -> Seaside House
(departure time 14:30 hrs).


July 13th, 2009

- Workshop poster uploaded.


July 10th, 2009

- Added speakers list, venue information and application form.


July 9th, 2009

- This website was opened.



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For further information, please contact G0 Cell Unit, OIST.

Workshop program

One-page schedule sheet in PDF format can be downloaded here. This program could change without previous notification.



November 29


Opening Session 1
(Chair: Mitsuhiro Yanagida)
17:00
Paul Russell
(Scripps Research Institute)
Protecting Genome Integrity: New molecular insights into double-strand break repair and checkpoint-signaling
17:40
Markus Ruegg
(University of Basel)
The role of mTOR signalling in the regulation of size in normal and diseased muscle
18:20
Yoichi Taya
(Cancer Science Institute of Singapore)
Novel functions of tumor suppressor RB protein and p53


November 30


Session 2
Stem cell and differentiation
9:00
Kiyokazu Agata
(Kyoto University)
How do planarian maintains adult stem cells for endless asexual reproduction?
9:30
Rafal Ciosk
(Friedrich Miescher Institute)
Repression of the cell cycle is critical for maintaining germ cell identity in C. elegans
10:00
Masayuki Miura
(University of Tokyo)
Birth and death of the sensory organ precursor celss: a role of programmed cell death in Drosophila sensory organ development


Coffee Break
10:50
Atsushi Hirao
(Kanazawa Insitute)
Role of FoxO in the maintenance of stem cell function in normal hematopoiesis and leukemia
11:20
Keiko Nakayama
(Tohoku University)
Differential tissue specificity of ubiquitin ligase SCFFBXW7
11:50
Motomi Osato
(Cancer Science Institute of Singapore)
Runx genes, niche, and stem cell quiescence
12:05
Takashi Takeuchi
(Tottori University)
Regulation of cardiomyocyte proliferation and differentiation



Session 3
Cell cycle and chromosome dynamics
14:00
Osamu Nureki
(University of Tokyo)
Structural basis of multifunctional human proteins acting in cell signalling and cell cycle regulation
14:30
Stephen Osmani
(Ohio State University)
Mitotic regulation of nuclear structures
15:00
Robert Fisher
(Mount Sinai School of Medicine)
Uncovering CDK functions in cell division and gene expression with chemical genetics
15:30
Stewart Shuman
(Sloan-Kettering Institute)
Structure, mechanism and function of S. pombe CTD phosphatase Fcp1


Coffee Break
16:30
Katsuhiko Shirahige
(Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Genomic approach reveals new aspect of Chromosome Dynamics
17:00
Dana Branzei
(IFOM-IEO Campus)
Formation and resolution of replication-associated recombination-like molecules
17:30
Li-Lin Du
(National Institute of Biological Science of China)
Profiling chromosome fragile sites in fission yeast




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