Japan August 29-31, 2018 The 16th KJC Bioinformatics Symposium, Hayama, Japan

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Announcement

We are pleased to announce that "The 16th Korea-Japan-China Bioinformatics Symposium" will be held in Hayama, Japan on August 29-31, 2018. We hope that the symposium will be a prime channel to promote collaboration in bioinformatics in our region.

Outline

Venue and Hotel

Venue: SOKENDAI Headquarter, Hayama Campus, Japan

Hotel: Shonan Village Center (Later changed to Lectore Hayama)

Travel information (Airport->Hotel and SOKENDAI campus map)

See this instruction: PDF icon http://cjk-bioinfo.org/2018/instruction.pdf

Schedule

Organizers

Participants

Cost

The attendance fee is free. Local lodging and meals will also be provided by Japan, the hosting country of this year.

Participants

Speakers

China China
Chen, Runsheng Institute of Biophysics, CAS Genome, big data, precision medicine and artificial intelligence
Li, Miaoxin Sun Yat-sen University Methods for identifying disease causal or susceptibility mutations from high-throughput sequencing data
Li, Yixue CAS-MPG Partner Institute for Computational Biology, CAS Precision medicine in hepatocellular carcinoma: From cell lines to patients
Liu, Lei Fudan University Building a knowledge base for precision medicine
Liu, Qi Tongji University In silico identification and analysis of tumor neoantigens
Ning, Kang Huazhong University of Science and Technology Big-data for microbiome researches: Data integration, analysis and applications
Shi, Tieliu East China Normal University Integrative analysis identifies potential DNA methylation biomarkers for pan-cancer diagnosis and prognosis
Xie, Lu SCBIT Proteogenomic workflow for neoantigen discovery
Zhao, Xingming Fudan University Identification of metastasis driver mutations by integrating genomics and transcriptomics data

Japan Japan
Gojobori, Jun Lecturer SOKENDAI Identifying transient receptor potential gene copies in starfish
Gojobori, Takashi Professor KAUST and Waseda University Bio-prospecting in the Red Sea by use of a pipeline of metagenomics, micro-droplet single-cell technologies and big data analyses
Imanish, Tadashi Professor Tokai University School of Medicine Genome sequence analysis for diagnosis of infectious diseases
Innan, Hideki Associate Professor SOKENDAI Evolution of a cancer cell population
Inoue, Ituro Professor National Institute of Genetics Cancer-related somatic mutations in endometriosis
Kawashima, Takeshi Assistant Professor National Institute of Genetics Research for the evolution of metabolic pathways utilizing metabolome data
Ko, Wen-Ya Assistant Professor National Yang-Ming University, Taipei Genetic origins and admixed ancestry characterization of Japansese people
Nakamura, Yasukazu Professor National Institute of Genetics Genome analyses using NGS for next-generation model species
Satta, Yoko Professor SOKENDAI Primate phylo-demography and the substitution rate heterogeneity among primate lineages
Terai, Yohei Assistant Professor SOKENDAI Gene annotation for small genome size organisms
Jinam, Timothy A. Assistant Professor National Institute of Genetics Phylogenetic analysis of Southeast Asian human populations using whole genome sequences

Korea Korea
Choe, Yong-Kyung Director KOBIC Introduction to KOBIC
Hwang, Seungwoo Senior Researcher KOBIC Analysis of MBD-Seq data of Korean CLL patients: As an example of KOBIC Research Support Service
Kim, Sanguk Professor POSTECH A systematic gene-phenotype comparison between human and mouse to find accurate phenologs
Nam, Dougu (Keynote speaker) Associate Professor UNIST Increasing power of genome-wide association study: pathway and meta analysis
Park, Kiejung Professor Sangmyung University An integrated simulation system for evaluating genome sequence assembly for three sequencing platforms
Roh, Tae-Young Professor POSTECH Peak enrichment evaluation of histone modification ChIP-Seq data
Yang, Woojin Post-Doc KOBIC Deep learning model for genetic variants and omics data

Poster presenters

China China
Jiang, Lin Sun Yat-sen University A comprehensive framework for identifying tissue- or cell type-specific pathology of human diseases based on specific expression profiles

Japan Japan
Saitou, Naruya National Institute of Genetics Swift Neibor-joining method

Observers

Korea Korea
Byeon, Iksu Researcher KOBIC
Lee, Banghyuck Researcher KOBIC
Oh, Sangho Researcher KOBIC

Program

Wednesday, August 29, 2018: Arrival
19:00-20:30 Welcome party at SOKENDAI

Thursday, August 30, 2018: Symposium Day 1
9:00-9:05 Dr. Satta Yoko
SOKENDAI, Hayama
Welcome
9:05-9:10 Dr. Saitou Narura
National Institute of Genetics (NIG), Hayama
Introduction to ABC
Session 1: Chaired by Saitou Naruya
9:10-9:50 Dr. Chen Runsheng
Institute of Biophysics, CAS (Chinese Academy of Sciences), Beijing
Keynote Talk 1
Genome, big data, precision medicine and artificial intelligence
9:50-10:35 Dr. Gojobori Takashi
KAUST (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology), Jedda
Keynote Talk 2
Bio-prospecting in the Red Sea by use of a pipeline of metagenomics, micro-droplet single-cell technologies and big data analysis
10:35-11:05 Dr. Choe Yong-Kyung
KOBIC (Korean Bioinformation Center), Daejeon
Talk 1
Introduction to KOBIC PDF icon
11:05-11:35 Dr. Ko Wen-Ya
National Yang-Ming University, Taipei
Talk 2
Genetic origins and admixed ancestry characterization of Japanese people
11:35-12:30 Lunch
Session 2: Chaired by Gojobori Takashi
12:30-13:00 Dr. Li Yixue
CAS-MPG Partner Institute of Computational Biology, CAS (Chinese Academy of Sciences), Shanghai
Talk 3
Precision medicine in hepatocellular carcinoma: From cell lines to patients PDF icon
13:00-13:30 Dr. Inoue Ituro
NIG (National Institute of Genetics), Mishima
Talk 4
Cancer-related somatic mutations in endometriosis
13:30-14:00 Dr. Kim Sanguk
POSTECH (Pohang University of Science and Technology), Pohang
Talk 5
A systematic gene-phenotype comparison between human and mouse to find accurate phenologs PDF icon
14:00-14:30 Dr. Liu Lei
Fudan University, Shanghai
Talk 6
Building a knowledge base for precision medicine PDF icon
14:30-14:50 Break
Session 3: Chaired by Inoue Ituro
14:50-15:20 Dr. Nakamura Yasukazu
NIG (National Institute of Genetics), Mishima
Talk 7
Genome analyses using NGS for next-generation model species
15:20-15:50 Dr. Park Kiejung
Sangmyung University, Seoul
Talk 8
An integrated simulation system for evaluating genome sequence assembly for three sequencing platforms PDF icon
15:50-16:20 Dr. Xie Lu
SCBIT (Shanghai Center for Bioinformation Technology), Shanghai
Talk 9
Proteogenomic workflow for neoantigen discovery PDF icon
16:20-16:50 Dr. Timothy A. Jinam
NIG (National Institute of Genetics), Mishima
Talk 10
Phylogentic analysis of Southeast Asian human populations using whole genome sequences
16:50-17:10 Break
Session 4: Chaired by Satta Yoko
17:10-17:40 Dr. Roh Tae-Young
POSTECH (Pohang University of Science and Technology), Pohang
Talk 11
Peak enrichment evaluation of histone modification ChIP-Seq data PDF icon
17:40-18:10 Dr. Shi Tieliu
East China Normal University, Shanghai
Talk 12
Integrative analysis identifies potential DNA methylation biomarkers for pan-cancer diagnosis and prognosisa PDF icon
18:10-18:40 Dr. Satta Yoko
SOKENDAI, Hayama
Talk 13
Primate phylo-demography and the substitution rate heterogeneity among primate lineages
18:40-19:10 Dr. Hwang Seungwoo
KOBIC (Korean Bioinformation Center), Daejeon
Talk 14
Analysis of MBD-Seq data of Korean CLL patients: As an example of KOBIC Research Support Service PDF icon
19:30-21:00 Symposium Banquet at SOKENDAI

Friday, August 31, 2017: Symposium Day 2
Session 5: Chaired by Nakamura Yasukazu
9:25-10:00 Dr. Nam Dougu
UNIST (Ulsan National Insitute of Science and Technology), Ulsan
Keynote Talk 3
Increasing power of genome-wide association study: pathway and meta analysis PDF icon
10:00-10:30 Dr. Liu Qi
Tongji University, Shanghai
Talk 15
In silico identification and analysis of tumor neoantigens PDF icon
10:30-11:00 Dr. Imanish Tadashi
Tokai University, Isehara
Talk 16
Genome sequence analysis for diagnosis of infectious diseases
11:00-11:30 Dr. Yang Woojin
KOBIC (Korean Bioinformation Center), Daejeon
Talk 17
Deep learning model for genetic variants and omics data PDF icon
11:30-13:00 Lunch
Session 6: Chaired by Imanish Tadashi
13:00-13:30 Dr. Ning Kang
Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Huazhong
Talk 18
Big-data for microbiome researches: Data integration, analysis and applications PDF icon
13:30-14:00 Dr. Innan Hideki
SOKENDAI, Hayama
Talk 19
Evolution of a cancer cell population
14:00-14:30 Dr. Zhao Xingming
Fudan University, Shanghai
Talk 20
Identification of metastasis driver mutations by integrating genomics and transcriptomics data PDF icon
14:30-15:00 Dr. Terai Yohei
SOKENDAI, Hayama
Talk 21
Gene annotation for small genome size organisms
15:00-15:20 Break
Session 7: Chaired by Innan Hideki
15:20-15:50 Dr. Li Miaoxin
Sun Yat-sen University, Guanzhou
Talk 22
Methods for identifying disease causal or susceptibility mutations from high-throughput sequencing data PDF icon
15:50-16:20 Dr. Kawashima Takeshi
NIG (National Institute of Genetics), Mishima
Talk 23
Research for the evolution of metabolic pathways utilizing metabolome data
16:20-16:50 Dr. Gojobori Jun
SOKENDAI, Hayama
Talk 24
Identifying transient receptor potential gene copies in starfish
Session 8: Chaired by Timothy A. Jinam
16:50-16:55 Lin Jiang
Sun Yat-sen University, Guanzhou
Poster Session Short Talk 1
16:55-17:00 TBA
Tokai University, Isehara
Poster Session Short Talk 2
17:00-17:05 Dr. Saitou Naruya
NIG (National Insitute of Genetics), Mishima
Poster Session Short Talk 3
17:05-17:10 Dr. Xie Lu
SCBIT (Shanghai Center for Bioinformation Technology)
Ending Remark
18:00-20:00 Dinner (Shonan OVA restaurant)

Saturday, September 1, 2018: Departure

Contact

Dr. Saitou Naruya
Professor
National Institute of Genetics
email

Dr. Satta Yoko
Professor
SOKENDAI
email