China August 22-23, 2019 The 17th ABC Symposium, Gui'an, Guizhou Province, China

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The Asian Bioinformatics Consortium (ABC) Symosium (formerly known as the China-Japan-Korea Bioinformatics Training Course or Symposium) started in 2002, which aims at promoting bioinformatics research activity in the three Asian countries through scientific exchange, training future talents and exploring new translational biomedical strategies to improve human health.

General Information

History

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Schedule

Registration August 21st, 2019
Symposium August 22nd to 23rd, 2019
Departure August 24th, 2019

Venue

Gui'an New Area, Guiyang, Guizhou Province

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Local Organizers and Sponsors

Attendants

Meeting Place

Conference Center, Guizhou Normal University (Hua Xi Campus)

Accommodation

hotel

Cost and Facility

The attendance fee is free. Speakers should cover their own travel expenses.
Three days' lodging will be provided by Bio-Med Big Data Center of Shanghai Institute of Nutrition and Health of CAS including August 21st, 22nd, 23rd.

Invited Speakers

China China
Chen Runsheng Professor, Institute of Biophysics, CAS Noncoding sequences of genome and non coding RNAs
Zhao Guoping Institute of Plant Physiology and Ecology, CAS Strive for international collaboration on the challenge of bio-medical data: From genomics and through biomes
Li Yixue Professor, CAS-PMG Partner Institute for Computational Biology, Shanghai Institute of Nutrition and Health, CAS /
Xie Lu Professor, Shanghai Center for Bioinformation Technology Gene expression and proteome landscape of Chinese HCC reveals prognostic determinants and therapeutic targets
Wang Zefeng Professor, CAS-PMG Partner Institute for Computational Biology, Shanghai Institute of Nutrition and Health, CAS Increasing the human genome complexity at the RNA levels
Shen Tie Associate Professor, Guizhou Normal University Fluxomics: Big data for synthetic biology
Lv Hui Professor, Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint analysis framework for multiomics and multidisease data
Wei Chaochun Professor, Shanghai Jiao Tong University HUPAN: a human pan-genome analysis pipeline
Shi Tieliu Professor, East China Normal University Deep learning-based multi-omics data integration reveals two prognostic subtypes in high-risk neuroblastoma
Wang Sijia Professor, CAS-PMG Partner Institute for Computational Biology, Shanghai Institute of Nutrition and Health, CAS Human physical traits and the phenome research
Liu Qi Professor, Tongji University Initi-IO: An integrative and intelligentized immuno-oncology study platform
Japan Japan
Gojobori Takashi Professor, KAUST, Saudi Arabia & NIG Digital health, AI, and biomedical genomics
Saitou Naruya Professor, National Institute of Genetics Introduction of Yaponesian Genome Project with special reference to modern human genome analyses
Yoko Satta Professor, SOKENDAI Hayama Detecting signals of positive selection by two dimensional site frequency spectrum (2DSFS): a case study of schizophrenia related SNPs
Nakamura Yasukazu Professor, National Institute of Genetics Chromosome-scale assemblies are coming back: DB updates and future plan
Inoue Ituro Professor, National Institute of Genetics Viruses in the planet
Tadashi Imanish Professor, Okai University Medical School Bioinformatics for the diagnosis of infectious diseases
Kosuke Hanada Associate Professor, Kyushu Technology University The origin and evolution of Japanese cultivated radishes
Masatoshi Matsunami Assistant Professor, University of Ryukyus Medical School A comprehensive reference transcriptome resource for the Iberian ribbed newt Pleurodeles waltl, an emerging model for developmental and regeneration biology
Hideaki Kanzawa Staff Scientist, National Museum of Science and Nature History of Yaponesians inferred from ancient Yaponesian genome sequences
Kae Koganebuchi Specially appointed assitant professor, University of Ryukyus Medical School Demographic history of the Ryukyu Islanders inferred from whole-genome sequencing
Korea Korea
Kim Sanguk Professor, Pohang University of Science and Technology Evolution of functional modules and regulatory networks: Understanding genotype-phenotype relationship
Park Ji Hwan Senior Researcher, Korean Bioinformation Center Transcriptomic and proteomic approaches to identify regulatory NAC network of Arabidopsis leaf senescence
Choi Sun Shim Professor, Kangwon National University Functional relevance of first intron revealed by enrichment of epigenetic modification signals
Lee Younghee Assitant Professor, University of Utah, Asia Campus Alternative splicing and human diseases
Rhee Je-Keun Assistant Professor, Pusan National University Genomic and epigenomic data analysis using probabilistic evolutionary learning
Park Kiejung Specially Employed Professor, Sangmyung University Development of a prediction system for positively selected genes against massive orthologous groups
Choe Yong-Kyung Professor, Institut Pasteur Korea Institut Pasteur Korea: role and works
Choi Inhee Senior Researcher, Institut Pasteur Korea Identification of TB drug targets from NGS
Jeong Choongwon Assistant Professor, Seoul National University The genetic history of admixture across inner Eurasia
Seungwoo Hwang Principal Investigator, Korean Bioinformation Center (Poster presentation only) Genome-wide DNA methylation profile of Korean CLL patients

Program

Talk time for keynote speakers is 35 min.
Talk time for other speakers is 20 min.
Registration: Wednesday, August 21st, 2019
Wan Yi Panorama Hotel
13:00-18:00 Registration at Wan Yi Panorama Hotel
18:30-20:00 Welcome Reception at Wan Yi Panorama Hotel
Day 1: Thursday, August 22nd, 2019
Conference Center, Guizhou Normal University (Hua Xi Campus)
08:50-09:00 Introduction Li Yixue & Xie Lu
Session 1: Chaired by Wang Zefeng
09:00-09:35 Keynote Talk 1:
Noncoding sequences of genome and non coding RNA
China Chen Runsheng
Institute of Biophysics, CAS
09:35-10:10 Keynote Talk 2:
Strive for international collaboration on the challenges of bio-medical data: From genomics and through biomes
China Zhao Guoping
Institute of Plant Physiology and Ecology, CAS
10:10-10:30 Talk 1: Detecting signals of positive selection by two dimensional site frequency spectrum (2DSFS): a case study of schizophrenia related SNPs Japan Yoko Satta
SOKENDAI Hayama
10:30-10:50 Talk 2: Joint analysis framework for multi-omics and multi-disease data China Lv Hui
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
10:50-11:10 Talk 3: Institut Pasteur Korea: role and works Korea Choe Yong-Kyung
Institut Pasteur Korea
11:10-11:30 Talk 4: Deep learning-based multi-omics data integration reveals two prognostic subtypes in high-risk neuroblastoma China Shi Tieliu
East China Normal University
11:50-13:00 Lunch at Howard Johnson Qunsheng Plaza Guizhou
13:00-13:30 Taking Group Picture & Posters Preparation
Session 2: Chaired by Li Yixue
13:35-14:10 Keynote Talk 3:
Health, AI, and Biomedical Genomics
Japan Gojobori Takashi
KAUST, Saudi Arabia & NIG
14:10-14:30 Talk 5: Transcriptomic and proteomic approaches to identify regulatory NAC network of Arabidopsis leaf senescence Korea Park Ji Hwan
Korean Bioinformation Center
14:30-14:50 Talk 6: Increasing the human genome complexity at the RNA levels China Wang Zefeng
Shanghai Institute of Nutrition and Health, CAS
14:50-15:10 Talk 7: Alternative splicing and human diseases Korea Lee Younghee
University of Utah, Asia Campus
15:10-15:30 Talk 8: A comprehensive reference transcriptome resource for the Iberian ribbed newt Pleurodeles waltl, an emerging model for developmental and regeneration biology Japan Masatoshi Matsunami
University of the Ryukyus Medical School
15:30-16:00 Tea Break
Session 3: Chaired by Lv Hui
16:00-16:20 Talk 9: HUPAN: a human pan-genome analysis pipeline China Wei Chaochun
Shanghai Jia Tong University
16:20-16:40 Talk 10: The genetic history of admixture across inner Eurasia Korea Jeong Choongwon
Seoul National University
16:40-17:00 Talk 11: History of Yaponesians inferred from ancient Yaponesian genome sequences Japan Hideaki Kanzawa
National Museum of Science and Nature
17:00-17:20 Talk 12: Development of a prediction system for positively selected genes against massive orthologous groups Korea Park Kiejunjg
Sangmyung University
17:20-17:40 Talk 13: Demographic history of the Ryukyu islanders inferred from whole-genome sequencing Japan Kae Koganebuchi
University of the Ryukyus Medical School
18:40-20:10 Dinner at Wan Yi Panorama Hotel, 6th Floor
20:30-21:30 Discussion Meeting about next year's Bioinformatics Symposium (invited speakers), Azalea Hall 8th Floor at Wan Yi Panorama Hotel
Day 2: Friday, August 23rd, 2019
Conference Center, Ghuizhou Normal University (Hua Xi Campus)
Session 4: Chaired by Xie Lu
08:55-09:35 Keynote Talk 4:
Evolution of functional modules and regulatory networks: Understanding genotype-phenotype relationship
Korea Kim Sanguk
Pohang University of Science and Technology
09:30-09:50 Talk 14: Human physical traits and the phenome research China Wang Sijia
Shanghai Institute of Nutrition and Health, CAS
09:50-10:10 Talk 15: Functional relevance of first intron revealed by enrichment of epigenetic modification signals Korea Choi Sun Shim
Kangwon National University
10:10-10:30 Talk 16: Genomic and epigenomic data analysis using probabilistic evolutionary learning Korea Rhee Je-Keun
Pusan National University
10:30-10:50 Talk 17: Viruses in the planet Japan Ituro Inoue
National Institute of Genetics
10:50-11:10 Talk 18: The origin and evolution of Japanese cultivated radishes Japan Kosuke Hanada
Kyushu Technology University
11:30-12:50 Lunch at Howard Johnson Qunsheng Plaza Guizhou
13:10-13:40 Posters Presentation 2
Session 5: Chaired by Wang Sijia
13:40-14:00 Talk 19: Introduction of Yaponesian Genome Project with special reference to modern human genome analysis Japan Saitou Naruya
National Institute of Genetics
14:00-14:20 Talk 20: Initi-IO: An integrative and intelligentized immuno-oncology study platform China Liu Qi
Tongji University
14:20-14:40 Talk 21: Identification of TB drug targets from NGS Korea Choi Inhee
Institut Pasteur Korea
14:40-15:00 Talk 22: Bioinformatics for the diagnosis of infectious diseases Japan Tadashi Imanishi
Okai University Medical School
15:00-15:20 Tea Break
15:20-15:40 Talk 23: Fluxomics: Big data for synthetic biology China Shen Tie
Guizhou Normal University
15:40-16:00 Talk 24: Chromosome-scale assemblies are coming back: DB updates and future plan Japan Nakamura Yasukazu
National Institute of Genetics
16:00-16:20 Talk 25: Gene expression and proteome landscape of Chinese HCC reveals prognostic determinants and therapeutic targets China Xie Lu
Shanghai Center for Bioinformation Technology
16:20-16:30 Ending Remark
18:00-19:40 Dinner at Wan Yi Panorama Hotel, 6th Floor.
(If the participants have their own arrangement and do not need to take dinner in the hotel, please inform us in advance.)
Day 3: Saturday, August 24th, 2019
Wan Yi Panorama Hotel
07:00-12:00 Check out at hotel

Travelling Guidance

travel1

We will arrange the pick-up at the airport for participants.
If someone need to go the the hotel by himself or herself, travelling by taxi is highly recommended than any other ways.
A single trip from Guiyang Longdongbao International Airport to Wan Yi Panorama Hotel takes 50 minutes and costs around 75 RMB.
Please contact Ms. HE Qinwen if you need any help during the travelling.
 
 

travel2

Wan Yi Panorama Hotel is about 10 kilometers from the Converence Center in Guizhou Normal University (Hua Xi Campus).
A shuttle bus will take all the participants to the conference center on 22nd and 23rd morning and take everyone back to the hotel after the symposium.
 
 

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This is a guidance map of Guizhou Normal University (Hua Xi Campus).
The conference cneter is located in the blue circle.

Shuttle Bus

Date Departure Time Start Terminal
August 22nd 08:00 Wan Yi Panorama Hotel Conference Center in Guizhou Normal University (Hua Xi Campus)
August 22nd 18:00 Conference Center in Guizhou Normal University (Hua Xi Campus) Wan Yi Panorama Hotel
August 23rd 08:10 Wan Yi Panorama Hotel Conference Center in Guizhou Normal University (Hua Xi Campus)
August 23rd 16:45 Conference Center in Guizhou Normal University (Hua Xi Campus) Wan Yi Panorama Hotel
August 23rd 20:00 Wan Yi Panorama Hotel Guiyang Longdongbao International Airport

Warm Reminder

  1. The hotel check-in time is 14:00 and check-out time is no later than 12:00.
  2. We'll pay for room costs (breakfasts included). Other expenses including mini bar, laundry, and call, etc. would be kindly paid by yourself.
  3. The internet access is free in the hotel room. Each room has its own wifi which username will be the room number.
  4. We recommend that all participants should take out the travel insurance to cover themselves against accident or illness.

Contact

Dr. Xie Lu
Shanghai Center for Bioinformation Center
Email: email
Mobile Phone: +86-13301670946

Ms. He Qinwen
Bio-Med Big Data Center, Shanghai Institute of Nutrition and Health
Email: email
Mobile Phone: +86-13816978475