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DAY 2 13 (Tue) October 2020
Time Session Title Venue
(DCC)
08:00~08:30 Registration 1F
08:30~09:30
Keynote Lecture 1
KL01. Epigenetic Memory over Geological Timescales Grand Ballroom (2F)
Hiten D. Madhani (University of California San Francisco (UCSF), USA)
09:30~10:00 Coffee Break Lobby (2F)
10:00~12:00
Bridging Session 2
Preparedness for Disease XView Description
BS02-01. Host Modulation by Excreted Proteins from the Extracellular Intestinal Parasite Grand Ballroom (2F)
Tomoyoshi Nozaki (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
BS02-02. Pyroptosis-mediated Immune Defense
Feng Shao (National Institute of Biological Sciences, Beijing, China)
BS02-03.
Ren Sun (University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), USA)
12:00~14:00 Lunch and Posters/Luncheon Seminar/Visit the Exhibition Exhibition Hall (1F)
14:00~15:00 Plenary Lecture 1
BAM
Systems Microbiology
BAM PL01-01. Toward Genome Engineering as a Discipline GBR 202 (2F)
Bernhard O. Palsson (University of California San Diego (UC San Diego), USA)
BAM PL01-02. Strategies for Systems Metabolic Engineering of Microorganisms
Sang Yup Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Republic of Korea)
MEM
Protein Dynamics and Synthetic Biology in Yeast
MEM PL01-01. Regulated Protein Degradation via N-Terminal Modifications Crystal Ballroom,
Lotte City Hotel
Cheol-Sang Hwang (Pohang University of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea)
MEM PL01-02. Exploring Model and Non-model Yeasts as Cell Factories
Huimin Zhao (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA)
VIR
Viral Pathogenesis
VIR PL01-01. Working with Deadly Viruses GBR 201 (2F)
Yoshihiro Kawaoka (University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA)
VIR PL01-02. Emerging Disease Preparedness: Can We Move towards Prediction?
Marion Koopmans (EMC, Netherlands)
15:00~15:30 Coffee Break Lobby (2F)
15:30~17:30 Division Workshop 1
BAM
BAM DW01. Human Microbiome and Health View Description GBR 202 (2F)
Chairs Liping Zhao (Rutgers University, USA)
GwangPyo Ko (Seoul National University, Republic of Korea)
Speakers B0101. Liping Zhao (Rutgers University, USA)
TBD
B0102. GwangPyo Ko (Seoul National University, Republic of Korea)
The role of gut microbiome on metabolic and fat liver diseases
B0103. TBA
TBD
BAM DW02. Domestication of the ‘As-Yet-Uncultured’ View Description Room 103+104 (1F)
Chairs Michaela M Salcher (Institute of Hydrobiology, Biology Centre CAS, Czech Republic)
Jang-Cheon Cho (Inha University, Republic of Korea)
Speakers B0201. Michaela M Salcher (Institute of Hydrobiology, Biology Centre CAS, Czech Republic)
Tackling the “uncultivated majority” in lakes by high-throughput isolation of the most abundant freshwater microbes
B0202. Jang-Cheon Cho (Inha University, Republic of Korea)
Genome-based cultivation of the predominant freshwater bacterioplankton, acI clade
B0203. Masaru Nobu (Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan)
TBD
BAM DW03. Host-Pathogen Interaction View Description Room 105+106 (1F)
Chairs Petra Dersch (Universität Münster, Germany)
Sang Sun Yoon (Yonsei University, Republic of Korea)
Speakers B0301. Petra Dersch (Universität Münster, Germany)
Remodelling Yersinia-host interaction on the post-transcriptional level
B0302. Sang Sun Yoon (Yonsei University, Republic of Korea)
Symbiont-Pathogen Interactions inside Host Tissues
B0303. TBA
TBD
BAM DW04. Gene Expression and Regulation View Description Room 107+108 (1F)
Chairs Rosalba Lagos (University of Chile, Chile)
Eun-Jin Lee (Korea University, Republic of Korea)
Speakers B0401. Rosalba Lagos (University of Chile, Chile)
TBD
B0402. Franz Naberhaus (Ruhr University, Germany)
Pathogen adaptation to host body temperature
B0403. Jean-Francois Collet (Institut de Duve, Belgium)
How bacteria deal with envelope stress
MEM
MEM DW01. Fungal Metabolic Engineering View Description Crystal Ballroom I+II,
Lotte City Hotel
Chairs Jean-Marc Daran (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands)
Ji-Sook Hahn (Seoul National University, Republic of Korea)
Speakers M0101. Jean-Marc Daran (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands)
TBD
M0102. Ji-Sook Hahn (Seoul National University, Republic of Korea)
High-yield production of (R)-acetoin in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
M0103. YONG-SU JIN (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA)
Efficient and complete conversion of hemicellulose fractions into value-added products by engineered yeast
M0104. Jon Manguson (Joint BioEnergy Institute, USA)
TBD
M0105. Nick Wierckx (Institute of Bio- and Geosciences IBG-1: Biotechnology, Germany)
Engineering Ustilago for itaconic acid production
M0106. Irina Borodina (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
Engineering yeasts for the production of fine chemicals
MEM DW02. Fungal Genomics View Description Crystal Ballroom III,
Lotte City Hotel
Chairs Gustavo Goldman (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil)
Yong-Hwan Lee (Seoul National University, Republic of Korea)
Speakers M0201. Gustavo Goldman (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil)
TBD
M0202. Yong-Hwan Lee (Seoul National University, Republic of Korea)
TBD
M0203. Wieland Meyer (University of Sydney, Australia)
TBD
M0204. Yun Chen (Zhejiang University, China)
Modulation of histone acetylation and autophagy by a bacterial biocontrol agent reduces fungal development and virulence
MEM DW03. Algal Symbiosis View Description Ruby, Lotte City Hotel
Chairs Cheong Xin Chan (The University of Queensland, Australia)
Hwan Su Yoon (Sungkyunkwan University, Republic of Korea)
Speakers M0301. Cheong Xin Chan (The University of Queensland, Australia)
Evolutionary genomics of dinoflagellates: the transition from free-living to symbiotic
M0302. Hwan Su Yoon (Sungkyunkwan University, Republic of Korea)
Paulinella micropora KR01 genome reveals dominant host contribution and role of novel genes in primary plastid endosymbiosis
M0303. Takuro Nakayama (Tohoku University, Japan)
Adaptive genome evolutions of cyanobacteria in symbioses with protists
VIR
VIR DW01. Vaccines & Viral Vectors View Description GBR 201 (2F)
Chairs Dan H. Barouch (Harvard Medical school, USA)
Man Ki Song (International Vaccine Institute, Republic of Korea)
Speakers V0101. Dan H. Barouch (Harvard Medical school, USA)
TBD
V0102. Man Ki Song (International Vaccine Institute, Republic of Korea)
TBD
V0103. TBA
TBD
VIR DW02. Viral Ecology View Description Room 301 (3F)
Chairs George F. Gao (Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, China)
Hyo-Jeung Kang (Kyungpook National University, Republic of Korea)
Speakers V0201. George F. Gao (Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, China)
TBD
V0202. Hyo-Jeung Kang (Kyungpook National University, Republic of Korea)
Evolution of the Herpesviruses
V0203. TBA
TBD
VIR DW03. Herpesvirus View Description Room 204+205 (2F)
Chairs Zhi-Ming Zheng (National Institute of Health, USA)
Jin Hyun Ahn (Sungkyunkwan University of School of Medicine, Republic of Korea)
Speakers V0301. Zhi-Ming Zheng (National Institute of Health, USA)
TBD
V0302. Jin Hyun Ahn (Sungkyunkwan University of School of Medicine, Republic of Korea)
HCMV regulation of ubiquitin pathways
V0303. Timothy F. Kowalik (University of Massachusetts Medical School, USA)
Diving deep into CMV evolution: population genetics views
VIR DW04. Prion & Neurotopic Viruses View Description Room 206+207+208 (2F)
Chairs Inga Zerr (University of Goettingen, Germany)
Eun-Kyoung Choi (Hallym University, Republic of Korea)
Speakers V0401. Inga Zerr (University of Goettingen, Germany)
Aggregation assays to study prion- and prion-like disorders
V0402. Eun-Kyoung Choi (Hallym University, Republic of Korea)
New insights into the role of prion citrullinome
V0403. Noriyuki Nishida (Nagasaki University, Japan)
Possibility of early diagnosis and therapy for prion diseases
17:30~19:30 Division Workshop 2
BAM
BAM DW05. New Insights into Phage-Bacteria Interactions View Description GBR 202 (2F)
Chairs Joseph Bondy-Denomy (University of California, San Francisco, USA)
You-Hee Cho (CHA University, Republic of Korea)
Speakers B0501. Joseph Bondy-Denomy (University of California, San Francisco, USA)
TBD
B0502. You-Hee Cho (CHA University, Republic of Korea)
Phage-inspired antipathogenic peptides targeting bacterial motility
B0503. Karen Maxwell (University of Toronto, Canada)
Phage-mediated control of quorum sensing in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
BAM DW06. Antimicrobial Resistance View Description Room 103+104 (1F)
Chairs Fernando Baquero (Ramón y Cajal University Hospital, Spain)
Chang-Jun Cha (Chung-Ang University, Republic of Korea)
Speakers B0601. Fernando Baquero (Ramón y Cajal University Hospital, Spain)
TBD
B0602. Chang-Jun Cha (Chung-Ang University, Republic of Korea)
TBD
B0603. TBA
TBD
BAM DW07. Gene Regulation and RNA Biology View Description Room 105+106 (1F)
Chairs Sue Lin-Chao (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
Kangseok Lee (Chung-Ang University, Republic of Korea)
Speakers B0701. Sue Lin-Chao (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
TBD
B0702. Kangseok Lee (Chung-Ang University, Republic of Korea)
Revisiting Specialized Ribosomes
B0703. Udo Bläsi (University of Vienna, Austria)
TBD
B0704. Isabella Moll (University of Vienna, Austria)
TBD
BAM DW08. Secondary Metabolism View Description Room 107+108 (1F)
Chairs Zixin Deng (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)
Yeo Joon Yoon (Seoul National University, Republic of Korea)
Speakers B0801. Zixin Deng (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)
SynBio-Driven Biosystems Design for the Innovative Bio-industrialization
B0802. Yeo Joon Yoon (Seoul National University, Republic of Korea)
Engineered biosynthesis of novel natural products with improved therapeutic potential
B0803. Pinghua Liu (Boston University, USA)
TBD
MEM
MEM DW04. Fungal Systems and Synthetic Biology View Description Crystal Ballroom I+II,
Lotte City Hotel
Chairs Hiroshi Takagi (Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan)
Hyun Ah Kang (Chung-Ang University, Republic of Korea)
Speakers M0401. Hiroshi Takagi (Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan)
Improvement of fermentation ability and product qualityin industrial yeast by “functional amino acid engineering”
M0402. Hyun Ah Kang (Chung-Ang University, Republic of Korea)
Unraveling novel features of Met4p-mediated sulfur metabolic and regulatory networks in the methylotrophic yeast Hansenula polymorpha by system-wide analysis
M0403. Ulrich Kück (Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany)
STRIPAK, a conserved signaling complex, controls a wide range of fungal developmental processes
M0404. Jun-ichi Maruyama (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Genome editing-facilitated strain development in the industrial filamentous fungus Aspergillus oryzae
M0405. Xinqing Zhao (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)
Improved bioproduction efficiency using yeast cell factory by metabolic engineering of stress tolerance
MEM DW05. Clinical Mycology View Description Crystal Ballroom III,
Lotte City Hotel
Chairs Aaron Mitchell (University of Georgia, USA)
Yong-Sun Bahn (Yonsei University, Republic of Korea)
Speakers M0501. Aaron Mitchell (University of Georgia, USA)
Candida albicans strain variation: challenges and opportunities
M0502. Yong-Sun Bahn (Yonsei University, Republic of Korea)
Fungal kinases and transcription factors governing brain infection in Cryptococcus neoformans
M0503. Andrew Alspaugh (Duke University School of Medicine, USA)
From the nucleus to the membrane and back: protein trafficking and stress response in C. neoformans pathogenesis
MEM DW06. Microalgal Biotechnology View Description Ruby, Lotte City Hotel
Chairs Juergen Polle (Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, USA)
Eon Seon Jin (Hanyang University, Republic of Korea)
Choul-Gyun Lee (Inha University, Republic of Korea)
Speakers M0601. Juergen Polle (Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, USA)
TBD
M0602. Eon Seon Jin (Hanyang University, Republic of Korea)
TBD
M0603. Choul-Gyun Lee (Inha University, Republic of Korea)
Blue Bioenergy from Marine Microalgae using Floating Ocean Culture Systems and Feasibility of Productivity Enhancement by CRISPR-Cas9 RNP
M0604. I-Son Ng (National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan)
Genome editing by CRISPR system in microalgae: technology for Chlamydomonas and Chlorella
M0605. Han Min Woo (Sungkyunkwan University, Republic of Korea)
TBD
VIR
VIR DW05. Antivirals & Gene Therapy View Description GBR 201 (2F)
Chairs Mark Itzstein (Griffith University, Australia)
Jae-Ouk Kim (International Vaccine Institute, Republic of Korea)
Speakers V0501. Mark Itzstein (Griffith University, Australia)
TBD
V0502. Meehyein Kim (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, Republic of Korea)
Application of the multimodal single-molecule single-particle (SMSP) imaging strategy for identification of anti-influenza viral reagents
VIR DW06. Influenza Virus: Pathogenesis & Transmission View Description Room 301 (3F)
Chairs Yoshihiro Kawaoka (University of Wisconsin, USA)
Man-Seong Park (Korea University, Republic of Korea)
Speakers V0601. Yoshihiro Kawaoka (University of Wisconsin, USA)
TBD
V0602. Man-Seong Park (Korea University, Republic of Korea)
TBD
V0603. Anice Lowen (Emory University, USA)
TBD
VIR DW07. Hepatitis Viruses View Description Room 204+205 (2F)
Chairs Marc Windisch (Institut Pasteur Korea, Republic of Korea)
Kyongmin Kim (Aju University, Republic of Korea)
Speakers V0701. Marc Windisch (Institut Pasteur Korea, Republic of Korea)
TBD
V0702. Kyongmin Kim (Aju University, Republic of Korea)
An Alternatively Spliced Sirtuin 2 Isoform 5 Inhibits Hepatitis B Virus Replication from cccDNA
V0703. TBA
TBD
VIR DW08. SFTS & Emerging Viruses View Description Room 206+207+208 (2F)
Chairs Edward Holmes (University of Sydney, Australia)
Nam-Hyuk Cho (Seoul National University, Republic of Korea)
Speakers V0801. Edward Holmes (University of Sydney, Australia)
Using Metagenomics to Understand Viral Emergence
V0802. Nam-Hyuk Cho (Seoul National University, Republic of Korea)
TBD
V0803. Dimitri Lavillette (Institut Pasteur of Shanghai-Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
TBD
19:30~20:30 Poster Removal Exhibition Hall (1F)

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