Korea May 11-13, 2011 The 10th KCJ Bioinformatics Training Course and Symposium, Jeju, Korea

Original website: http://kcj2011.kobic.re.kr

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Dear Colleague, it is our pleasure to announce that the 10th Korea-China-Japan Bioinformatics Training Course and Symposium will take place in Jeju island, Korea. The 10th anniversary meeting will be held on May 11 (Wed) - 13 (Fri), 2011. The aim of this meeting is to promote bioinformatics research activity in the three Asian countries through scientific exchange. In addition, we will provide a couple of lectures regarding Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) analysis and systems biology as the special topics for the 10th anniversary of this meeting. We expect that it would be greatly helpful for your ongoing and future researches in bioinformatics.



Ocean Suites Hotel (2nd floor, Camelia Hall) at Jeju Island




Cost and facility

The attendance fee is free. Lecturers and trainees are covered with travel expenses provided by their own country (China and Japan this time), lodging and meals by hosting country (Korea this time).



Ocean Suites Hotel map

Hotel map


May 10th, 2011 (Tue)
Time Topic Place
17:00-18:00 Registration Lobby (1st floor)
18:00- Welcome reception (buffet dinner) Canola hall

Training Course

May 11th, 2011 (Wed)
Time Topic Lecturers Place
-09:00 Breakfast
- Ramada: Tammopra(1F)/The Blue(2F)
- Ocean Suites: Blue Ocean(2F)
09:00-10:30 A systems bioinformatic approach for identifying key regulators and their associated pathways PDF icon Daehee Hwang Camelia Hall
10:30-10:40 Break
10:40-12:10 Microbial data analysis: towards systems approach PDF icon Yixiang Shi Camelia Hall
12:10-13:30 Lunch: Blue Ocean
13:30-14:50 Network Biology and Systems Genetics PDF icon Insuk Lee Camelia Hall
15:00-16:20 Introduction to evolutionary and comparative genomics PDF icon Takashi Gojobori Camelia Hall
16:20-16:30 Break
16:30-18:00 Fundamentals of molecular population genetics PDF icon Yoshio Tateno Camelia Hall
18:00- - 10th Anniversary Ceremony: Camelia Hall
- Poster presentation(with standing dinner): Azalea Hall

May 12th, 2011 (Thu)
Time Topic Lecturers Place
-08:40 Breakfast
- Ramada: Tammopra(1F)/The Blue(2F)
- Ocean Suites: Blue Ocean(2F)
08:40-10:10 Gene prediction methods and algorithms PDF icon Chaochun Wei Camelia Hall
10:10-10:20 Break
10:20-11:50 Development in Sequencing Technologies and Their Applications PDF icon Xuan Li Camelia Hall
11:50-13:00 Lunch: Blue Ocean
13:00-14:30 Way of handling of large scale data by NGS PDF icon Kazuho Ikeo Camelia Hall
14:30-14:40 Break
14:40-16:00 Next generation sequencing for epigenetics studies PDF icon Jung Kyoon Choi Camelia Hall
16:00- Free time

Bioinformatics Symposium

May 13th, 2011 (Fri)
Time Topic Lecturers Chair Place
-09:00 Breakfast
- Ramada: Tammopra(1F)/The Blue(2F)
- Ocean Suites: Blue Ocean(2F)
09:00-09:40 The intermediate-size noncoding RNA Runsheng Chen Xuan Li Camelia Hall
09:40-10:20 Genomic studies of microbes Guoping Zhao
10:20-11:10 Phosphorylation as the booster in vertebrate evolution Yoshio Tateno
11:00-11:10 Break
11:10-11:50 Transcriptional influence of single amino acids of histones Jung kyoon Choi Dongsup Kim Camelia Hall
11:50-12:30 Gene-set analysis of genome-wide association studies Sangsoo Kim
12:30-14:00 Lunch: Blue Ocean
14:00-14:40 Transcriptome analysis by using large scale sequencing Kazuho Ikeo Yoshio Tateno Camelia Hall
14:40-15:20 Evolution of animal duplogs Naruya Saitou
15:20-15:40 Break
15:40-16:20 Gene module based meta-analysis of transcriptome Xuan Li Sangsoo Kim Camelia Hall
16:20-17:00 Network bioinformatics for personalized healthcare Doheon Lee
17:00-17:40 A high dimensional NGS Study on non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) adenocarcinoma Sanghyuk Lee
17:40- - Closing Ceremony
- Banquet
Canola Hall


Poster presentation (Trainees)

List of posters

No. Name Alliliation Poster title
K10 Kwoneel Kim KRIBB GENT: Gene Expression Database of Normal and Tumor Tissues
K11 Eiru Kim Yonsei University Assessment of effectiveness of the network-guided genetic screen
K12 Yun-Gil Roh Dong-A University Analysis of CpG island methylation of BORIS and lack of association with lung cancer
K13 Hyosil Kim Ajou Universit Nephrotoxicity risk assessment using meta-analysis
K14 Yuno Lee Gyeongsang National University Alternative Approach for Flexible Protein-Protein Docking Calculation through Molecular Modeling Studies
K15 Chan-Seok Jeong KAIST Reliable and robust detection of coevolving sites by using sequence profile
K16 Hyun Woo Cho Ajou University Integrative analysis of transcriptome sequences in hepatocellular carcinoma
K17 Youn-Jae Kim KAIST Lung cancer brain metastasis-specific mutations identified by exome sequencing
K18 Seung Gu Park Kangwon National University Functional profiling of microRNAs through bioinformatics approach
K19 Hee Jung Koo POSTECH Network Dynamics in Red Blood Cell Aging
C20 Shuang Yang Harbin Medical University Linking diseases into network via pathway analysis
C21 Jingran Wen Shanghai Center for Bioinformation Technology Biomedical informatics in cancer clinical practice- A short introduction of the work on biomedical data mining
C22 Lingyao Zeng Tongji University Prediction of HCC metastasis based on gene regulatory modules
C23 Yi Sun Tongji University Prediction of HCC metastasis based on gene regulatory modules
C24 Juan Liang Shanghai Jiaotong University Featuring Protein S-Nitrosylation in Bioinformatics and Computational Chemistry
C25 Jie Ping Shanghai Jiaotong University A meta-analysis of tissue gene expression data from high-throughput studies
C26 Chinese Academy of Sciences IGEPROS: An integrated gene and protein server
C27 Rudong Li Chinese Academy of Sciences An improved approach of modeling metabolism
C28 Lei Zhang Chinese Academy of Sciences A brief self-introduction of research interest
C29 Liming Xuan East China University of Science and Technology NeSSM: Next-generation-Sequencing Simulator for Metagenomics
J31 Yuta Matsuda University of Tokyo Molecular Evolution of Tyrosine Hydroxylase and Tryptophan Hydroxylase
J32 Ryoichi Minai Shizuoka University Development of a structural alignment tool for protein local surfaces
J33 Kenji Fukushima National Institute for Basic Biology The recurrent co-option in the evolution of digestive enzymes of carnivorous plants
J34 Mieko Kono Graduate University for Advanced Studies Searching for genetic basis of symbiosis in lichens
J35 Tasuku Ito University of Tokyo Epigenomic analysis using single-base-resolution methylome
J36 Haruka Ozaki University of Tokyo Stratification of transcription factor binding sites identified by ChIP-Seq using RNA-Seq data
J37 Hiroaki Iwata Kyoto University Evaluation of Spliced Alignment Programs Including an Extended Version of Spaln
J38 MingYin Ngai National Institute of Genetics Microsatellite Slippage conservation across primate species and their modern individuals
J39 Yang An Kyoto University The Dugesia japonica Planarian Genome Project: Illustration of Planarian Genome and Regeneration Gene Network
J40 Saaya L. Tsutsue University of Tokyo Inter-genomic distribution and dynamics of DNA sulfur modification gene and type IV restriction endonuclease





Travel Information

Direction to accomodation for speakers (Ramada Plaza Hotel) and for trainees (Ocean Suites Hotel)

From Jeju International Airport

Toward Yongmoon Rotary → Hancheon Bridge → Seomoon Market → Turn left at the Market intersection → Go Straight toward Tapdong-Ro (distance: 3.8Km / taxi fare: approx. 3,500 won / about 10 minutes' ride)

direction from airport

From Jeju International Ferry Terminal

Turn left at Imhang-Ro → Drive toward Yongdooam/Tapdong (distance: 2.2km / taxi fare approx. 2,500 won/ 6 minutes' ride)

direction from port



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