国际学术会议

第16届SCBA全球华人生物学家大会286名报告人重磅出炉

发布日期:2017-03-06  浏览次数:544

全球华人生物学家大会的报告人信息已更新,所有专题报告人已确定。本次大会的报告人以全球知名科研机构、院校和医院的医药领域科研人员为主,欢迎从事相关领域研究的科研人员参加。同时,诚邀相关领域的高校、科研院所和公司前来参展和招聘人才。
具体报告人列表如下(http://old.csbmb.org.cn/2017scba/Speakers.asp):
Keynote Speakers(A, Member of CASAD; B, Member of US NAS; C, Foreign member of US NAS)
Zhu Chen A, C                       Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Hans Clevers C                      Hubrecht Institute
Melanie Cobb  B                    The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Yigong Shi    A, C                   Tsinghua University
Irving Weissman B                  Stanford School of Medicine
Plenary Speakers(A, Member of CASAD; B, Member of US NAS; C, Foreign member of US NAS)
Xiaofeng Cao  A                        Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, CAS
Yifan Cheng                              UCSF School of Medicine
Chuan He                                 University of Chicago
Liqun Luo B                               Stanford University
Session Speakers (* for Person in charge of this symposium/workshop; △session co-chairs.)
An Emergin Area of Targeted Cancer Therapy: DNA Damagae Repair and Signaling Pathways
Lee Zou△
MGH Cancer Center
Targeting the ATR checkpoint in cancer therapy  
Shan Zha△*
Columbia University
Precision medicine with old friends –structural function of ATM and ATR
Junjie Chen
MD Anderson Cancer Center
Proteomic analysis of DNA replication and replication checkpoint control
Lei Li
MD Anderson Cancer Center
Transcription-aided suicide - Molecular Pathology of Fanconi anemia.
Zhiyuan Shen
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
DNA replication fork stability protected by BCCIP and its fingerprints in tumorigenesis
Li Lan
Hillman Cancer Center
Introducing DNA damage at the end of chromosomes and its effect in cancers
Dongyi Xu
Peking University
To be added soon. Rif1 promotes stalled replication fork restart
Cancer metabolism and beyond
Hsing-Jien Kung△
NHRI and NTHU, TW
Targeting tumor metabolism and mitochondria: the histone demethylase connection
Wen-Ching Wang
National Tsing Hua University, TW
Jing Chen
Emory University School of Medicine
Diet-fueled metabolic rewiring in human cancer
David Ann
Beckman Research Institute, City of Hope
Metabolic Stress-Induced Mitochondrial Reprograming
Boyi Gan
MD Anderson Cancer Center
Energy Sensing and Metabolism in Cancer
Zhimin Lu△
MD Anderson Cancer Center
Protein kinase activity of metabolic enzymes
Mechanisms of Genomic Instability Syndromes: From Genetics To Genomics.
Wei Yang△*
National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases
Xiaochun Yu△*
Beckman Research Institute, City of Hope
Novel therapeutic targets for Genomic Instability Syndromes (backup speaker)
Xiaolan Zhao△*
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Mechanisms of the Smc5/6 complex that prevents new types of genomic instability syndromes
Binghui Shen
City of Hope
Guarding genomic DNA by FEN1 nuclease
Guo-Min Li
Tsinghua University
Mechanism of repeat instability-caused neurodegenerative disorders
Feng Qiao
University of California
Targeting the ends of the chromosomes: from new mechanisms to new therapeutics
Xiaolan Zhao
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Mechanisms of the Smc5/6 complex that prevents new types of genomic instability syndromes
Huang Jun
Zhejiang University
The role of CAR1 in genome stability protection
Nuclear Receptor Function and Diseases
Sophia Y. Tsai△*
Baylor College of Medicine
Ming-Jer Tsai△*
Baylor College of Medicine
Jianming Xu
Baylor College of Medicine
Nuclear receptor coregulator Ncoa6 regulates prostate epithelial differentiation & carcinogenesis
Hongwu Chen
School of Medicine UCDMC Research III
Nuclear receptor RORs as novel therapeutic targets in prostate cancer
Shih-Chieh (Jay) Lin
National Cheng Kung University
The role of COUP-TFII-miR-21-YAP1 regulation axis in enzalutamide-resistant prostate cancer
Hao Ying
Institute for Nutritional Sciences
Thyroid hormone regulated-microRNA in cholesterol metabolism
Sheue-yann Cheng
National Cancer Institute
Defective Erythropoiesis Caused by Mutations of the Thyroid Hormone Receptor Alpha Gene
Recent Advances in Cancer Research
Burton B. Yang△
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Roles of circular RNA in breast cancer development
Shi-Mei Zhuang
Sun Yat-Sen University
non-coding RNA in the development of hepatocellular carcinoma
Jin-Xin Bei
Sun Yat-Sen University Cancer Center
The genetic landscape of EBV-related Malignancies
Benjamin K. Tsang
University of Ottawa
Gelsolin and chemoresistant ovarian cancer: from basic to translational research
Chun Peng△*
York University, Toronto
Cyclin G2 suppresses ovarian cancer metastasis
New Concepts of Radiation Biology: its implication in human health and cancer therapy
Fen Xia△*
University of Arkansas College of Medicine
Zhenkun Lou△*
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine & Science
Tom Hei
Columbia University Medical Center
The New Radiobiology: Extranuclear and Extracellular Effects of Ionizing Radiation
Zhimin Yuan,
Harvard University School of Public Health
Low doses of irradiation induce a protective metabolic response
Ya Wang
Emory University
Difference in repair of low and high-LET radiation-induced DNA damage
Jian Yuan
Tongji University School of Medicine
The role of deubiquitinase in radioresistance
Chuan-Yuan Li
Duke University Medical Center
Caspases, DNA repair, and stemness of cancer cells
Retinal Function and Diseases
Ting Xie△*
Stowers Institute for Medical Research
Anterior segment development and potential implications in glaucoma pathogenesis
Wei Li△*
National Institutes of Health
Retinal adaptations to metabolic challenges
Zhigang He
Boston Children's Hospital
Retinal ganglion cell axon regeneration
Ching-Hwa Sung
Weill Medical College of Cornell University
Photoreceptor development, stem cell, and retinal degenerative diseases
Tian Xue
University of Science & Technology of China
Function of non-image-forming retinal ganglion cells
Energy and Glucose Homeostasis: A Symphony by the Neuro-Immuno-Endocrine Orchestra
Yong Xu△
Baylor College of Medicine
Hypothalamic steroid receptor coactivator-1 and energy homeostasis
Qin Yang
University of California
Epigenetic regulation of insulin resistance and energy expenditure
Qingchun Tong
University of Texas McGovern Medical School
Red blood cell β-adrenergic receptors contribute to diet-induced energy expenditure by
increasing O2 supply
Feng Liu△*
Department of Pharmacology, UTHSCSA
The roles of ER and mitochondrial stress in insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes
Wenxian Fu
University of California
Novel role of macrophages in islet inflammation of type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
 New Insights on Alcoholic and Nonalcoholic Liver Diseases: Organ Crosstalk and Mechanisms
Min You△
Northeast Ohio Medical University
Myeloid Cell-Specific Lipin-1 Deficiency Stimulates Endocrine Adiponectin-FGF15 Axis and
Ameliorates Ethanol-Induced Liver Injury in Mice.
Jun Sun△*
University of Illinois at
Chicago
Novel roles of vitamin D receptor in mediating gut-liver axis and microbiota
Xudong Hu
Shanghai University of Tranditional
Chinese Medicine
MitoNEET Deficiency Alleviates Experimental Alcoholic Steatohepatitis in Mice by
Stimulating Endocrine Adiponectin-FGF15 Axis
Chaohui Yu
Zhejiang University
Omics in Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
Zhenyuan Song
University of Illinois Medical Center
SIRT3-mediated autophagy suppression dictates lipotoxicity in hepatocytes
Metabolic risk factors and liver cancer
Bangyan L Stiles△*
Keck School of Medicine
Steatosis induces Wnt to promote liver cancer.
Yingzi Yang△*
Harvard School of Dental Medicine
Interacting network of Wnt/β-catenin, Notch and Hippo signaling regulates liver tumor
formation.
Wendong Huang
Beckman Research Institute of City of Hope
CAMKII as a link between liver metabolism and cancer development
Yinying Lu
302 Military Hospital of China
Insulin Resistance, Diabetes and HBV-related HCC
Jiayou Wang
Guangzhou University of
Chinese Medicine
Splicing Regulator Slu7 Uncouples Steatosis and Liver Injury in Ethanol-Fed Mice
p53, Metabolism, and Cancer
Zhaohui Feng△
State University of New Jersey
Glucose metabolism regulation by p53 and its tumor-associated mutants
Wei Gu
Columbia University
p53 engages multiple metabolic pathways with ferroptosis for tumor suppression
Hua Lu△*
Tulane University School of Medicine
Dual defects of MDM2-MDMX-p53 signaling in cancer metabolism and development.
Zhimin Yuan
Harvard Chan School of Public Health
p53 regulates metabolism in a transcription-independent mechanism
Yanping Zhang
Department of Radiation Oncology
The role of MDM2-p53 loop in cancer metabolism and biology.
Wenwei Hu
State University of New Jersey
Mutant p53 gain of function in cancer
Communication between transcription and histone regulation
Dong Wang△
University of California San Diego
Mechanism of Pol II Transcription Elongation Control and Lesion Recognition
Yan Jessie Zhang△
University of Texas at Austin
Deciphering the CTD code for eukaryotic transcription
Xin Liu
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Molecular basis of gene regulation by polycomb repressive complexes
Kai Ge
NIDDK, NIH
Enhancer chromatin modification in cell fate transition
Xiaobing Shi
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
Reading histone code
Bing Li
UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas
Molecular features of travelling chromatin modifiers
Hematological malignancies
Qing Yi△*
Cleveland Clinic
Targeting Tumor and Its Microenvironment for Myeloma Therapy
B. Hilda Ye△
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Novel Roles of STAT3 in Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphomas
Qing Yi,
Cleveland Clinic
B. Hilda Ye
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Fenghuang Zhan
University of Iowa Carver School of Medicine
Modulation of Cellular Iron Metabolism: a New Therapeutic Strategy for Multiple Myeloma
Jing Yang
MD Anderson Cancer Center
Thymidine Phosphorylase and Myeloma-Associated Bone Disease
Jianjun Zhao
Cleveland Clinic
Functional Study Genetic Lesions in Multiple Myeloma Initiation and Progression
Cullin-RING ligase and protein neddylation in cancer biology
Yi Sun△
Zhejiang University and University of Michigan
Lingqiang Zhang△
Beijing Institute of Radiation Medicine
Yue Xiong
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill & Fudan University
The mechanism, assembly and control of the Cullin-ROC1 family E3 ligases
Wenyi Wei
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Targeting the SCF ubiquitination pathway for cancer therapies
Pengbo Zhou
Cornell University
Physiological and pathological roles of the Cullin 4 ubiquitin ligases
Lijun Jia
Fudan University
Neddylation modification as an attractive anticancer target
Ping Wang
Tongji University
Regulation of cancer stem cells by ubiquitination
Therapeutic Resistance in Prostate Cancer
Yun Qiu△
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Epigenetic regulation and therapeutic resistance in prostate cancer
Yun-Fai Chris Lau△
University of California
The Battle of the Sexes: TSPY and TSPX Actions in AR Signaling and Prostate Cancer
Jiaoti Huang
Duke University Medical Center
Cellular heterogeneity and therapeutic resistance in prostate cancer
Haojie Huang
Mayo Clinic
Molecular subtypes of prostate cancer and therapy resistance
Jindan Yu
Northwestern University
Innate Immune Responses and Inflammation
Shan-Lu Liu
Ohio State University
Novel cellular factors modulating viral infection
Pinglong Xu(徐平龙)
Zhejiang University
Dynamic regulation of cytosolic nucleic acid sensing by phosphorylation and dephosphorylation
Qing Kenneth Wang王擎△
Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Genetics basis of inflammation in coronary artery diseases
Guangxun Meng, (孟广勋)
Institut Pasteur of Shanghai, CAS
Function of the NLRP3 Inflammasome in Gut Inflammation
Tsan Sam Xiao△*
Case Western Reserve University
Molecular Mechanisms of Pyroptosis Regulation
Genomic and Nongemoic Signaling and Functions of Steroids and Their Receptors.
Yong Zhu△*
East Carolina University
To determine functions of membrane and nuclear progestin receptors during oocyte maturation,
ovulation and early development using knockout zebrafish model.
Yunbo Shi△*
National Institutes of Health
Nuclear action of TRα controls metamorphic timing and rate during Xenopus development
Bon-chu Chung
National Tsing Hua University, TW
Nongenomic Action of Neurosteroid Pregnenolone in Neurons
Victor Hsia
University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Thyroid Hormone Contributed to Herpes Viruses Gene Regulation in Neurons
Paul Yen
National University of Singapore
Thyroid Hormone Regulation of Mitophagy
Shixi Chen
Xiamen University
Functions of steroids and their receptors in male reproduction.
Xiao Fan Zhao
Shandong University
Steroid hormone 20-hydroxyecdysone via G-protein-coupled-receptor transmits signal in insect.
Novel Molecular Landscapes Leading to Prostate Cancer Progression
Wenliang Li
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Beta adrenergic signaling and GRK3 in prostate cancer progression
Yan Dong
Tulane University School of Medicine
New insights into Androgen Receptor Splice Variants in Prostate Cancer
Kexin Xu
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Treat prostate cancer in an EaZHy way
Jer-Tsong Hsieh△*
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Pro-metastatic effect of interferon on prostate cancer via microRNA regulation
Qi Cao△*
Houston Methodist Research Institute
A novel role for BMI1 in prostate cancer
Systemic Mechanisms of Aging
Meng Wang△
Baylor College of Medicine
Autonomous and Non-autonomous Regulation of Aging via Lysosomal Lipid Signaling
Guanghui Liu
Institute of Biophysics, CAS
Using Stem Cell and Gene Editing Techniques to Study and Treat Aging-Associated Disorders
Syliva Lee
Cornell University
Genetic and Epigenetic Determinants of Longevity in C. elegans
Weiwei Dang△
Baylor College of Medicine
Maintenance of transcription fidelity is a conserved longevity mechanism
Hao Li
University of California
Systems Biology of Cellular Aging
Genome maintenance, DNA Repair and Recombination
Robert Yu-Lin Tsai
Texas A&M University
Discovery of a new genome maintenance program in tumor progression
Shiaw-Yih (Phoebus) Lin
MD Anderson Cancer Center
Signature-guided approaches for targeting DNA damage defects
Hengyao Niu
Indiana University
Mechanisms and regulation of DNA break processing in eukaryotes
Huang-Yuan Chi△
National Taiwan University
The role of polyamines in DNA double-strand break repair
Ting-Fang Wang △*
Institute of Molecular Biology, TW
SUMO modification in DNA repair and recombination during meiosis
New Frontier of Cancer Metastasis Research: From Lab Bench to Bedside
Dihua Yu△*
MD Anderson Cancer Center
In vivo kinome screen uncovering new therapeutic targets for brain metastasis
Jean Zhao
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Targeting cancer brain metastasis: insights from mouse models and NGS
Xiang Zhang
Baylor College of Medicine
Novel approaches to model early-stage bone metastases and discover anti-metastasis therapies
Qinghua Zhou
West China Hospital
Translational Medicine of Lung Cancer Metastasis: from bench to bedsides.
Lun-Xiu Qin△
Fudan University
The dysregulation of metabolism and cancer metastasis
Fibrosis-molecular mechanisms and future therapeutics
Youhua Liu△
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Molecular mechanisms of renal fibrosis
Jingwu Xie△*
Indiana University School of Medicine
Is hedgehog signaling critical for pathological fibrosis?
Dianhua Jiang
Cedars Sinai Medical Center
TLR4, HA and lung stem cells in lung injury, repair and fibrosis
Ivana V. Yang
University of Colorado Denver
Epigenetic regulation of pulmonary fibrosis
LAN Hui Yao
Prince of Wales Hospital
TGFbeta/SMAD signaling and fibrosis
Drug Discovery & Biomarkers
Xiao-Yan Wen△*
University of Toronto
Zebrafish based chemical genetic screens for drug development
Heyu Ni△
Keenan Research Centre
Novel mechanisms and targets of thrombosis: Development of new drugs targeting platelet adhesion molecules
Peter Liu
University of Ottawa Heart Institute
Insight into Novel Mechanisms of Heart Failure through Proteomic Biomarker Search
Yibin Feng
The University of Hong Kong
Drug discovery from Chinese medicines: the past, present and future
Xiaoliang Wang
Institute of Materia Medica, CAMS
Translational study of biomarkers and drug targets for neurodegenerative diseases
Mucosal Immunity and Associated Diseases
Chen Dong△
Tsinghua University
Xin Lin
Tsinghua University
Pentao Liu
Sanger Institute, Cambridge
Min Li
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Bing Su△*
Shanghai Institute of Immunology/Yale University
Neurodevelopment and disorders
Shen-Ju Chou
Institute of Cellular and Organismic Biology, Academia Sinica
COUP-TF1 regulates cortical regional patterning
Zheng Li
NIH
The function of the schizophrenia risk gene DTNBP1 in synapse development and neural
oscillation
Hui-Chen Lu
Indiana University
Mouse model for studying FGFR3 mutation in human thanatophoric dysplasia
Yi-Ping Hsueh△*
Institute of Molecular Biology, Academia Sinica
Using Mouse Models to Assess Developmental Deficits in Neurological Disorders
Jun Xia
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Role of PICK1 in protein trafficking and diseases
Transcription Mechanisms and Human Diseases
Haitao Li
Tsinghua University
Sensing Histone Crotonylation for Transcription Control
Gang Wang
Inst of Biochem & Cell Biol, CAS
Mediator-ing Transcription and Cell Fates
Qiang Wu
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Protocadherin Gene Regulation in Development and Diseases
Jiemin Wong△
East China Normal University
Control of Global Transcription via CDK9 Sumoylation and MYC
Cheng-Ming Chiang△*
UT Southwestern Medical Center
BRD4 in Transcription Programming and Cancer Therapy
Human iPSC-based modeling of neurodevelopment and diseases
Yanhong Shi△*
City of Hope
Studying neurological diseases using patient iPSC models
Yadong Huang△
Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease
Modeling Alzheimer’s disease and drug screening using human iPSCs
Su-Chun Zhang
University of Wisconsin
Reconstruction of neural circuits by human stem cells
Zhexing Wen
Emory University School of Medicine
Modeling Zika virus exposure with human iPSC-derived neural cells
Chun-Li Zhang
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Direct neural reprogramming for modeling human motor neuron disease
Frontiers of Liver Cancer Research
Hongyang Wang
Eastern Hepatobiliary Surgery Hospital
Molecular pathogenesis of liver cancer
Xin Wei Wang△*
National Cancer Institute
Liver cancer genome and biology
Juling Ji
Natong Medical University
Hepatic stellate cells and liver cancer
Junfang Ji△*
Zhejiang University
Roles of microRNAs in liver cancer stem cells
Bin Zhao
Zhejiang University Life Sciences Institute
YAP pathway and liver cancer
Epigenetics and Hamatological Malignancies
Mingjiang Xu△*
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
Jianjun Chen△*
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Suming Huang
University of Florida College of Medicine
The role of CTCF in 3D genome organization and leukemogenesis
Feng-Chun Yang
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
Mutations of ASXL1/2 in myeloid malignancies
Xinyang Zhao
The University of Alabama at Birmingham
Epigenetic impacts of PRMT1-mediated metabolic reprogramming in megakaryopoiesis
Zhijian Qian
University of Illinois at Chicago
The role of EVI1-induced aberrant methylation in AML
Jia Yu
Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, CAMS
The regulation of microRNA biogenesis in erythropoiesis and acute erythroid leukemia
Cure of Chronic Viral Hepatitis
James Jing-Hsiung Ou△
USC Keck School of Medicine
Guangxiang (George) Luo△*
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Model systems for the study of hepatitis viruses and antiviral drug discovery
Jianming Hu,
Penn State College of Medicien
HBV Capsid as Regulator of cccDNA Formation and Target for Viral Clearance
Wenhui Li,
National Institute of Biological Sciences
NTCP as a HBV Entry receptor
Jianhua Sui,
National Institute of Biological Sciences
Human Monoclonal Antibodies against HBV and Mechanisms of Action.
Haitao Guo,
Indiana University
HBV cccDNA: how is it made? how to destroy it?
Liver Cancer : Prognostic Biomarkers, Surveillance and Prevention
Fung-Lung Chung△*
Georgetown University
Hongyang Wang
Shanghai Jiao
Tong University
Eiji Hara
Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research
Oxidiative stress and d-Rom is predicting liver cancer recurrence.
Ying Fu△
Center for Cancer Research, NCI
An endogenous DNA adduct as a biomarker for liver cancer and it is prevention by antioxidants
Ke Zen/Chen-Yu Zhang
Nanjing University
microRNAs as biomarkers for liver cancer Prognosis/diagnosis.
王鐘貴
台北市聯合醫院
Function and mechanism of Hedgehog signaling in development and diseases
Steven Y Cheng△
Nanjing Medical University
The Yins and Yangs of Suppressor of fused in Hedgehog signaling
Jin Jiang△
UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas
Jingwu Xie
Indiana University School of Medicine
Hedgehog signaling in the metastatic niche
Aiming Liu
The Pennsylvania State University
Spop positively regulates Ihh signaling in mammalian skeletal development
Yun Zhao
Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, CAS
Blood cell research and treatment: leading precision & regenerative medicine again in the
next decade
He Huang△*
Zhejiang University School of Medicine
BMT and CAR-T therapies for ALL and other blood diseases
Linzhao Cheng△
Johns Hopkins Medicine
Massive productive red blood cells from human stem cells for precise cell therapy
Tao Cheng
Institute of Hematology, CAS
Tackling blood cancer with stem cell approaches
Jianfeng Zhou,
Tongji Medical School in HUST
EBV-associated Lymphoproliferative diseases: Mechanism and Actions
Wei Li Zhao
Shanghai Rui-Jin Hospital
Recombinant fusion proteins as novel therapeutics
Wei-Chiang Shen △*
University of Southern California School of Pharmacy
Single-chain Fc dimer fusion proteins
Jeffrey Wang△
Western University of Health Sciences College of Pharmacy
Transferrin-Factor IV Fusion Protein as Novel Therapeutics for Hemophilia B
Li-Jiuan Shen
National Taiwan University School of Pharmacy
Therapeutic fusion proteins of pH-sensitive cell penetrating peptides for selective delivery to
hypoxic cancer cells
Chunmeng Sun
China Pharmaceutical University
recombinant oligopeptides for tumor-targeted delivery of macromolecule and nanocarriers
Jeffrey Lu
AskGene Pharmaceuticals
Preclinical and clinical development for innovative fusion protein molecules: case studies
Regulatory T cells in cancers and autoimmune diseases
Weiping Zou△*
University of Michigan Health System
Guangyong Peng
Saint Louis University University
T cells in Tumor microe, nviroment
Yuncai Liu
Tsinghua University
Tregs and Itch
Lingyun Sun
Nanjing Medical University
MSCs and Tregs in SLE
Wanjun Chen△*
National Institutes of Health
Generation and function of Tregs
Genomic and functional studies of human leukemia
Paul Liu△
NHGRI, NIH
Ruibao Ren△
Brandeis University and Shanghai Institute of Hematology
Dong-Er Zhang
UC San Diego
Saijuan Chen
Shanghai Institute of Hematology
Shaoguang Li
University of Massachusetts Medical School
Strategies for targeting leukemia stem cells: lessons learned from CML biology
Tao Cheng
CAMS Institute of Hematology in Tianjin
Jing Zhang
University of Wisconsin
Ras-driven leukemias: mechanisms and potential therapeutics
Paradoxical TGF‐beta Signaling in Development, Diseases and Therapeutics
Xin-Hua FENG △*
Zhejiang University
Xiao-Fan Wang
Duke University School of Medicine
Cellular senescence and TGF-beta signaling
Ying E Zhang
National Cancer Institute, NIH
Context-dependent regulation of alternative splicing by TGF-b
Xiao Yang
Institute of Biotechnology
TGF-b signaling in cardiac hypertrophy
Xiao-Jing Wang△
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
Therapeutic roles of TGF-b inhibition in cancer treatment and care
Ubiquitin signaling in inflammation and cancer
Shao-Cong Sun△
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer
Center
Ubiquitin signaling in the regulation of inflammation and
anti-tumor immunity.
Hui-Kuan Lin△
Comprehensive Cancer Center, Wake
Forest School of Medicine
Histone ubiquitination regulates hypoxia signaling and
cancer metastasis
Jianping Jin
University of Texas
Health Science Center at Houston
Ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like proteins in inflammation
control
Ruey-Hwa Chen
Institute of Biological Chemistry, Academia Sinica
Ubiquitination in Tumor Promotion and Autophagy
Regulation
Yong Wan
University of Pittsburgh
Post-translational modification in genome stability and
carcinogenesis
Metabolic Targets for Cancer Therapy
Deliang Guo△*
The Ohio State University James Comprehensive Cancer Center
and College of Medicine
SCAP/SREBP-1, Central Regulators of Lipid Metabolism Reprogramming and Promising Targets in Cancer
Zhang Weihua△
University of Houston
Targeting Metabolisms Controlled by EGFR’s Kinase Independent Functions for Cancer Therapy
Qing Zhang
UNC-Chapel Hill
The Oxygen Sensor EglN2 Serves as a New Metabolic Target in Breast Cancer
Ming Tan
U of South Alabama
Inhibiting Dysregulated LDHA and PDK1 to Overcome HER2-targeting Resistance in
Breast Cancer
Jinke Cheng
Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine
SUMOylation Regulates Mitochondrial Metabolism in Tumorigenesis
Stem cells: engineering and disease modeling
Chuxia Deng△*
University of Macau
Transcriptome analysis of mammary stem cells and cancer stem cells
Ren-He Xu△*
University of Macau
3D, a game changer for hESC and progeny
Linzhao Cheng
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Human iPS cells and genome editing for blood disease modeling and treatment
Yufang Shi
Soochow University Institute for Translational Medicine
Mesenchymal stem cells and tissue microenvironment
Junying Yu
NuwaCell.Ltd
Hematopoietic programming
Mechanisms and therapy of neurodegenerative diseases
Hui Zheng△*
Baylor College of Medicine
The autophagy and lysosomal pathway in Alzheimer’s disease
Hong Lian△
Zhejiang University School of Medicine
The role of complement receptor C3aR in synaptic dysfunction in excitotoxicity
Yueming Li
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Modulation of γ-Secretase
Sheng Zhang
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Selective Macroautophagy in Huntington’s disease
Riqiang Yan
Cleveland Clinic Learner Research Institute
Inhibition of BACE1 of benefiting Alzheimer’s patients.
Biomotors, single-pore sensing and RNA nanotechnology
Liqun Gu△*
University of Missouri,
Nanopore force toolbox: from mechanistic study of molecular folding/unfolding to clinical
detection of biomarkers
Jia Geng
Sichuan University
Biological and artificial nanopores for single molecule sensing
Haichen Wu
Institute of High Energy Physics
Sensing of DNA damages with protein nanopore
Peixuan Guo△*
The Ohio State University
Arginine finger regulates the sequential action of asymmetrical hexameric nanopore for single
direction DNA translocation
Zhengyi Zhao
Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Arginine finger coordinates the sequential action of asymmetrical hexameric ATPase for single direction DNA translocation
Cell death and inflammasome signaling in normal physiology and diseases
Jianke Zhang△*
Thomas Jefferson University
Apoptosis and necroptosis in immune homeostasis
Jiahui Han△
Xiamen University
Inflammasome signaling
Emad Elnemri
Thomas Jefferson University
Pyroptosis signaling
Zhenggang Liu
NCI/NIH
Cell death and caner
Francis Chan
University of Massachusetts
Cell death in colitis
liming.sun
Shanghai Institutes of Biological Sciences
Cell death signaling through MLKL
Neural development and related diseases
Jia-Wei Zhou
Institute of Neuroscience, SIBS, CAS
Role of NG2 glial cells in neuroinflammation
Zhiheng Xu△
Instituteof Genetics & Developmental Biology, CAS
Zika Virus infection and Microcephaly: Mechanism and Treatment
Yongchun Yu
Fudan University
Fear erasure facilitated by immature inhibitory neuron transplantation
Yufang Zheng
Fudan University
MiR-197 rescues the neurogenesis defects caused by autistic MECP2 mutations
 Zhen-Ge Luo△*
Institute of Neuroscience, SIBS, CAS
Identification of a novel axon guidance factor expressed in Cajal-Retzius cells
Synaptic  plasticity  (tentative  topic,  will  be  slightly  modified  after  knowing  every  speaker’s presentation title)
Yi-Shuian Huang△*(黄怡萱)
Institute of Biomedical Sciences, Academia Sinica
CPEB-controlled translation and plasticity
Yingxi Lin (林映晞)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Transcribing Memories
Xiao-hui Zhang
Beijing Normal University
Cortical circuitry mechanisms underlying the critical period plasticity
Eminy Lee (李小媛)
Institute of Biomedical Sciences, Academia Sinica
Galectin-3 is a novel negative regulator of memory formation
Chia-Lin Wu (吳嘉霖)
Chang Gung University
Neural circuits for long-term water-reward memory processing in Drosophila
Mechanisms of embryogenesis and organogenesis
Naihe Jing△*
Shanghai Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology
Spatial and temporal transcriptome of early mouse embryos
Chi-chung Hui△*
The Hospital for Sick Children
Gene regulatory network in cerebellum development and tumorigenesis
Jian Zhang
Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, CAS
Translation regulation of maternal RNAs in zebrafish
Ping Hu
Shanghai Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology
Balance of RNA binding proteins regulates myogenesis
Bo Gao
The University of Hong Kong
Wnt regulation of Planar Cell Polarity
Wnt signaling in development, stem cells, and cancer
Xi He△*
Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School
Wnt signaling in development and stem cells
Yi Arial Zeng△
Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, CAS
Wnt signaling in regulating mammary stem cell and breast cancer
Xinhua Lin
Fudan University
Regulation of intestinal patterning and homeostasis by Wnt signaling
Dianqing (Dan) Wu
Yale School of Medicine
Wnt signaling in cancer.
Ting Chen
National Institute of Biological Sciences,Beijing
Dynamic change in Wnt signaling establishes hair follicle stem cell niche
Neural circuit of behavior
Hailan Hu△
Zhejiang University School of medicine
Neural mechanism of emotion
Yutian Wang
The University of British Columbia
AMPAR trafficking in synaptic plasticity, learning and memory
Xiaomin Li
Zhejiang University School of medicine
Cholinergic regulation of GABAergic neurons
Minmin Luo
National Institute of Biological Sciences,Beijing
Neural circuits for reward
Hao Wang△
Zhejiang University School of medicine
Midbrain GABAergic pathways for feeding behavior
Xiaowei Chen
Third Military Medical University
Two-­‐photon calcium imaging of sensory cortex circuits during a simple learning
Precision Medicine-Gene Based Therapy
Jim Hu△*
Hospital for Sick Children
Spatial and temporal transcriptome of early mouse embryos
Xiao Xiao △*
UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy
Muscle as a platform for gene therapy
Weidong Xiao
Temple University
Optimization of clotting factor VIII for hemophilia A gene therapy
Zhijian Wu
National Institutes of Health
Gene replacement therapy for X-Linked Retinitis Pigmentosa (XLRP)
Yichang Jia
Tsinghua University
Discovery and Gene Repair for Neurodegenerative Diseases
Immunotherapy
Dongfang Liu
Houston Methodist Research Institute
CAR-NK Immunotherapy for Infectious Diseases
Yi Zhang
Zhengzhou University
Dissecting Tumor Microenvironment for Treatment of Cancer
Jianhua Yu
The Ohio State University
Natural Killer Cell Biology and Immunotherapy
Rongfu Wang△
Houston Methodist Research Institute
Cancer Immunotherapy
Wei-dong Han△
Chinese PLA General Hospita
CAR T therapy in liquid and solid tumors