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June 17 M. | June 18 T. | June 19 W. | June 20 T. | June 21 F.


 June 17 (Mon)

LipoQuality Satellite Symposium  (9:15-16:20) PDF


60th International Conference on the Bioscience of Lipids
 June 17 (Mon)

12:00-18:00

ICBL registration

18:00-18:05

Christian Wolfrum

Opening of the 60th ICBL

18:05-18:10

Makoto Arita (JPN)

Introduction of the Laurens Van Deenen Lecture

18:10-19:00

Keizo Inoue (JPN)

The Laurens Van Deenen Lecture of 2019

19:10-20:40

Welcome Reception

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 June 18 (Tue)

8:50-9:00

Makoto Arita

Welcome Address

Session 1: Lipid mediator biology (1): LipoQuality joint session
Chair: Charles Serhan (USA), Anna Nicolaou (UK)

9:00-9:30

Charles Serhan (USA)

Novel SPM neural circuit in the resolution of inflammation

9:30-10:00

Anna Nicolaou (UK)

Mediator lipidome dynamics in cutaneous inflammation

10:00-10:20

Yoshihiro Yoshihara (JPN)

A sexy scent of prostaglandin: olfactory receptor for pheromonal PGF2a mediates courtship behavior in male zebrafish

Session 2: Lipid mediator biology (2): LipoQuality joint session
Chair: Long Ngyuen (SIN), Gabor Tigyi (USA)

10:40-11:10

Long Ngyuen (SIN)

Discovery of lysophospholipid transporters

11:10-11:30

Anthony S Don (AUS)

Loss of sphingosine 1-phoshate in Alzheimer’s Disease impedes amyloid formation but enhances hippocampal volume loss, oligodendrocyte death, and memory deficits

11:30-11:50

Gabor Tigyi (USA)

The autotaxin-LPA2-axis mediates cancer therapy-induced therapy resistance by reprograming the tumor microenvironment

12:00-13:00

Lunch + Poster viewing

Session 3: Metabolic diseases
Chair: Stefano Romeo (SWE), Bernd Helms (NLD)

13:00-13:30

Stefano Romeo (SWE)

PNPLA3 and hepatic steatosis

13:30-14:00

Hiroyuki Arai (JPN)

Lysophosphatidylacyltransferase 1 (LPIAT1) deficiency causes steatosis

14:00-14:20

Katsuhiko Funai (USA)

Mitochondrial PE potentiates respiratory enzymes to amplify skeletal muscle aerobic capacity

14:20-14:40

Bernd Helms (NLD)

Molecular mechanisms of lipid droplet formation in professional lipid storing cells

Session 4: Lipid membrane biology
Chair: Takanari Inoue (USA), Wonhwa Cho (USA)

15:00-15:30

Takanari Inoue (USA)

Uncharacterized functions of PI 3-kinase

15:30-16:00

Wonhwa Cho (USA)

Quantitative in situ imaging of cellular lipids and membrane curvature

16:00-16:20

Shiro Suetsugu (JPN)

The mode switch of endophilin membrane deformation based on packing-defects and electrostatic charge

16:20-16:40

Kazumitsu Ueda (JPN)

Physiological functions of human ABCA1 and ABCA7

16:50-17:50

Poster session 1

Special Lecture 1 (sponsored by Shimadzu)
Chair: Takehiko Yokomizo (JPN)

18:00-18:45

Takao Shimizu (JPN)

Roles of polyunsaturated fatty acids in living systems: from mediators to membrane

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 June 19 (Wed)
Session 5: Bioscience of ω3 PUFA (Mochida Sponsored Session)
Chair: Richard Bazinet (CAN), Jing Kang (USA)

9:00-9:30

Richard Bazinet (CAN)

The application of compound specific isotope ratio analysis to study polyunsaturated fatty acid metabolism in rodents and human

9:30-10:00

Jing Kang (USA)

Multi-omics analysis of unique transgenic animal models uncovers the tissue omega-6/omega-3 fatty acid imbalance as a critical risk factor for chronic disease

10:00-10:20

Jun Ogawa (JPN)

Novel health-promoting dietary fatty acid metabolites produced by gut microorganisms

Session 6: Lipidomics (SCIEX Sponsored Session)
Chair: Markus Wenk (SIN), Valerie O’Donnell (UK)

10:40-11:10

Markus Wenk (SIN)

Translation of lipidomic technologies towards quantification of blood lipids

11:10-11:40

Valerie O’Donnell (UK)

Dysregulation of the lysophospholipid/autotaxin axis defines the cardiovascular risk SNP rs10757274 on chromosome 9p21

11:40-12:00

Takashi Baba (CAN)

Structural multi-class lipidomics using electron impact dissociation mass spectrometry

12:00-13:00

Lunch + Poster viewing

13:00-14:00

Poster session 2

Session 7: Lipases and Phospholipases
Chair: Gerard Lambeau (FRA), Eric Boilard (CAN)

14:00-14:30

Gerard Lambeau (FRA)

sPLA2s and PLA2R1: focus on host defense and autoimmunity

14:30-15:00

Eric Boilard (CAN)

sPLA2 actions on extracellular vesicles and microbiome

15:00-15:20

Kei Yamamoto (JPN)

Group IIF phospholipase A2/lysoplasmalogen axis is a novel drug target for epidermal-hyperplasic diseases

15:20-15:40

Vesa M. Olkkonen (FIN)

ORP2, a cholesterol transporter, controls endothelial cell polarization and angiogenic tube formation in vitro

Session 8: Lipid signaling
Chair: Joan Claria (ESP), Seyun Kim (KOR)

16:00-16:30

Joan Claria (ESP)

Role of SPMs in chronic liver diseases

16:30-17:00

Seyun Kim (KOR)

Regulatory action of inositol pyrophosphate in the control of synaptic vesicle membrane cycling

17:00-17:20

Nan Chiang (USA)

Pro-resolving receptors: mechanisms and signaling

17:20-17:40

Yusuke Endo (JPN)

ACC1 determines memory potential of individual CD4+ T cells by regulating de novo fatty acid biosynthesis

Special Lecture 2 (sponsored by Ono Pharmaceutical)
Chair: Yukihiko Sugimoto (JPN)

18:00-18:45

Shuh Narumiya (JPN)

Prostaglandins: inflammation and beyond

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 June 20 (Thu)
Session 9: Lipids in Infection (AMED-Lipid Joint Session)
Chair: Kentaro Hanada (JPN), Sho Yamasaki (JPN)

8:50-9:00

Shinji Yokoyama (JPN)

Introduction of AMED-Lipid

9:00-9:30

Kyu Y Rhee (USA)

The many tubercles of Mycobacterium tuberculosis: Tall tales of the tuberculous bacillus

9:30-9:55

Sho Yamasaki (JPN)

Sensing infectious and injurious stimuli by immune receptors for lipids

9:55-10:20

Kentaro Hanada (JPN)

Hijacking of the ceramide transport protein CERT by Chlamydia trachomatis, an obligatory intracellular bacterium

10:20-10:40

Kazutaka Ikeda (JPN)

Multi-lipidomics for grasping metabolic crosstalk between host and intestinal bacteria

Special Lecture 3 (AMED sponsored)
Chair: Shinji Yokoyama (JPN)

11:10-11:45

Shigekazu Nagata (JPN)

Phospholipid Flippase and Scramblase

11:45-19:00

Lunch & Excursion

19:30-21:30

Conference Dinner

 June 20 (Thu)

AMED-Lipid Satellite Symposium  (14:00-18:00)


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 June 21 (Fri)
Session 10: Lipidomics: new technology and application
Chair: Xianlin Han (USA), Daniel Nomura (USA)

8:50-9:20

Xianlin Han (USA)

Lipid metabolism, shotgun lipoidomics, and translational medicine

9:20-9:50

Daniel Nomura (USA)

Mapping drivers of disease using chemoproteomic and metabolomic platforms

9:50-10:10

Shuntaro Hara (JPN)

Role of acyl-CoA synthetase ACSL4 in inflammatory reactions

10:10-10:30

Xue Li Guan (SIN)

Probing the bacterial lipidome - A biochemical treasure trove

Session 11: Young Investigators Session (Avanti Sponsored Session)
Chair: Makoto Murakami (JPN), Yukihiko Sugimoto (JPN)

10:45-11:00

Melanie Dacheux (FRA)

Human group IIA secreted phospholipase A2 controls parasite development during malaria infection

11:00-11:15

Toshiaki Hirakata (JPN)

Deficiency of BLT1, the high-affinity receptor for LTB4, alleviates allergic conjunctivitis in mice

11:15-11:30

Hui-Hsing Hung (JPN)

The mechanism and roles of phosphatidylglucoside biosynthesis

11:30-11:45

Yudai Iino (JPN)

Untargeted lipidomics revealed dysregulated ceramide metabolism in the initiation phase of atopic dermatitis

11:45-12:00

Bing Peng (GER)

A workbench to probe th lipidomic landscape

12:00-12:15

Takayuki Kishi (JPN)

Identification of a new oxidized phospholipid receptor that regulates respiratory pattern via vagal nerve

12:15-12:30

Paul Baker (USA)

Avanti presentation

12:30-13:30

Lunch

Session 12: Sphingolipids
Chair: Maurizio Del Poeta (USA), Anthony Futerman (ISR)

13:30-14:00

Anthony Futerman (ISR)

What is the role of the six mammalian ceramide synthases?

14:00-14:30

Maurizio Del Poeta (USA)

Ceramide synthase and fungal infection

14:30-14:50

Akio Kihara (JPN)

Molecular mechanism producing the skin barrier lipid acylceramide

14:50-15:10

Sungwhan F Oh (USA)

Gut symbiotic alpha-galactosylceramides: Molecular and structural characterization of host immunomodulatory actions

Special Lecture 4 (sponsored by Ono Pharmaceutical)
Chair: Makoto Ito (JPN)

15:25-16:10

Yasuyuki Igarashi (JPN)

Sphingolipids from basic to applied research

16:10-16:50

Closing remarks

prize giving and invitation to ICBL2020(Utrecht)

17:00

End of the Conference

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Invited Speakers

Hiroyuki Arai (University of Tokyo, Japan)


Richard P Bazinet (University of Toronto, Canada)


Eric Boilard (Laval University, Canada)


Wonhwa Cho (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)


Joan Claria (Hospital Clinic-IDIBAPS, Spain)


Benjamin F Cravatt (Scripps Research Institute, USA)


Maurizio Del Poeta (Stony Brook University, USA)


Edward A Dennis (University of California, San Diego, USA)


Anthony H Futerman (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel)


Xianlin Han (University of Texas Health Science Center, USA)


Yasuyuki Igarashi (Hokkaido University, Japan)


Keizo Inoue (Teikyo University, Japan) VAN DEENEN LECTURE


Takanari Inoue (Johns Hopkins University, USA)


Jing X Kang (Harvard Medical School, USA)


Seyun Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), South Korea)


Gerard Lambeau (Universite de Nice-Sophia Antipolis, France)


Michio Murata (Osaka University, Japan)


Shigekazu Nagata (Osaka University, Japan)


Shuh Narumiya (Kyoto University, Japan)


Long N Nguyen (National University of Singapore, Singapore)


Anna Nicolaou (University of Manchester, UK)


Daniel K Nomura (University of California, Berkeley, USA)


Valerie O’Donnell (Cardiff University, UK)


Kyu Y Rhee (Weill Cornell Medical College, USA)


Neale D Ridgway (Dalhousie University, Canada)


Stefano Romeo (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)


Charles N Serhan (Harvard Medical School, USA)


Takao Shimizu (National Center for Global Health and Medicine, Japan)


Dennis E Vance (University of Alberta, Canada)


Sam Virtue (University of Cambridge, UK)


Markus R Wenk (National University of Singapore, Singapore)


Updated: 27.03.2019


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