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October 25th


Session 3
9:00
Jonathon Pines
(University of Cambridge,UK)
How the Spindle Assembly Checkpoint regulates Cell Division
9:30
Jeremy Thorner
(University of California, Berkeley,USA)
Morphogenesis of Septin Structures and Cell Cycle Transitions
10:00
Takashi Takeuchi
(Tottori University)
How is the cell cycle arrest of cardiomyocytes regulated in mammals and newts?
10:30
Mathieu Bollen
(Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium)
PP1 and Aurora B at the mitotic exit: the power of balance.


Coffee Break
11:20
Hiroshi Kondoh
(Kyoto University)
Cellular life span and the Warburg effect
11:50
Hirofumi Aiba
(Nagoya University)
Identification and characterization of determinants of chronological lifespan in fission yeast
12:05
Masashi Tanaka
(Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Gerontology)
Exome analysis of senescence-accelerated mice



Session 4
14:00
Randy Poon
(Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
Exploiting mitotic exit for potential anti-cancer therapies
14:30
Fuyuhiko Tamanoi
(University of California-Los Angeles,USA)
mTOR signaling and human cancer
15:00
Kazuhiro Shiozaki
(Nara Institute of Science and Technology)
Fission yeast as a model system to study TOR complex 2 signaling
15:30
Claudio De Virgilio
(University of Fribourg, Switherland)
The ins and outs of quiescence in yeast: PKA and TORC1 keep the beauty sleepless


Coffee Break
16:30
Seiji Takashima
(Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine)
Microtubule mediated stress response for energy depletion
17:00
Toru Miyazaki
(University of Tokyo)
AIMing at Metabolic Syndrome-Towards development of novel therapies for modern metabolic diseases via AIM
17:30
Yoichi Nabeshima
(Kyoto University)
α-Klotho regulates FGF23 activity via binding to O-linked glucuronide moiety




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