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The 28th International KOGO Annual Conference


'From Genomic Big Data to Biology and Medicine'

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Date/Time/Venue Session
September 4, 2019

Hall A

Session1. Cancer single cell genomics
Cancer single cell genomics

Organizer: Hae-Ock Lee(Samsung Medical Center)
Chair: Hae-Ock Lee(Samsung Medical Center)

  13:20-13:45(25') Integrated genetic and transcriptional analysis at the single-cell level 

Jean Fan(Harvard University)

  13:45-14:10(25') Single-cell RNA sequencing guides therapeutic strategies to overcome treatment resistance driven by both tumor-intrinsic and -extrinsic mechanisms during cancer evolution

Kyeung-Min Joo(Sungkyunkwan University)

  14:10-14:35(25') Single cell analysis reveals the heterogeneity of cancer cells: lessons from the analyses of adult T cell leukemia and lung cancer cells

Yutaka Suzuki(Tokyo University)

  14:35-15:00(25') Dissecting regulatory network of tumor infiltrating T cells using single-cell transcriptome analysis 

Insuk Lee(Yonsei University)

September 4, 2019

Hall B

Session2. Biological heterogeneity
Biological heterogeneity

Organizer: Duhee Bang(Yonsei University)
Chair: Sun Shim Choi(Kangwon National University)

Time Title / Speaker(Affiliation)
13:20-13:45(25') Lineage of beige adipogenesis in mouse from bulk RNA seq and scRNA seq

Je Kyung Seong(Seoul National University)

13:45-14:10(25') Interaction between myeloid cells and endothelium in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis

Goo Taeg Oh(Ewha Womans University)

14:10-14:35(25') Unravelling the complexity of kidney disease, cell by cell

Jihwan Park(GIST)

14:35-15:00(25') Single-cell analysis of a mutant library generated using CRISPR-guided deaminase

Duhee Bang(Yonsei University)

September, 4 2019

Hall A

Unbong Kang Hyen Sam award lecture
Regulatory long noncoding RNAs in cancer and stem cell differentiation

Chair: Jeong Sun Seo(Seoul National University)
Young-Joon Kim(Yonsei University)

September, 4 2019

Hall A

Plenary lecture I
Genomic, epigenomic and immunological studies of cholangiocarcinoma in diverse populations

Chair: Kyong Soo Park(Seoul National University)

Ten Bin Tean(Cancer Science Institute of Singapore)

September 5, 2019

Hall A

Session3. Medical genomics
Impact of large genomic data on new insights or clinical decision

Organizer: Seung-Pyo Lee(Seoul National University)
Chair: Seung-Pyo Lee(Seoul National University)

Time Title / Speaker(Affiliation)
09:00-09:20(20') Noncoding de novo mutations contribute to autism via long-range regulatory interactions

Jeong Ho Lee(KAIST)

09:20-09:50(30') Understanding the genetics of cardiomyopathies: a titanic opportunity for precision medicine?

James Ware(Imperial College London)

09:50-10:10(20') Precision medicine in adjuvant treatment of gastric cancer: Transcriptome based molecular subtypes and predictive biomarkers

Jae-ho Cheong(Yonsei University)

10:10-10:30(20') Germline variants contributing to cancer

Youngil Koh(Seoul National University)

September 5, 2019

Hall B

Session4. Plant genomics
Genomics approach to studying development and signal transduction in plants

Organizer: June M. Kwak(DGIST)
Chair: June M. Kwak(DGIST)

Time Title / Speaker(Affiliation)
09:00-09:25(25') Preservability of hormone-like peptides mediating abiotic stress responses in land plants

Fuminori Takahashi(RIKEN)

09:25-09:50(25') Solving problem using functional genomics, lesson from the fruit ENCODE project

Silin Zhong(The Chinese University of Hongkong)

09:50-10:15(25') Systems biology for pollen genetics in rice

Kihong Jung(Kyung Hee University)

10:15-10:40(25') Genome-wide landscape of Arabidopsis meiotic recombination initiation

Kyuha Choi(POSTECH)

September 5, 2019

Hall A

Session5. Genome editing in medicine
Genome editing in medicine

Organizer: Hyongbum Henry Kim(Yonsei University)
Chair: Hyongbum Henry Kim(Yonsei University)

Time Title / Speaker(Affiliation)
11:00-11:33(33') Structure-guided mini and PAM-flex Cas9

Osamu Nureki(Tokyo University)

11:33-12:06(33') Base editing with high efficiency and precision

Jia Chen(ShanghaiTech University)

12:06-12:39(33') Deep learning-based prediction of CRISPR-Cpf1 and Cas9 activities

Hyongbum Henry Kim(Yonsei University)

September 5, 2019

Hall B

Session6. Clinical implementation of pharmacogenomics: barriers & solution
Clinical implementation of pharmacogenomics: barriers & solution

Organizer: Jae Gook Shin(Inje University)
Chair: Jae Gook Shin(Inje University)

Time Title / Speaker(Affiliation)
11:00-11:30(30') Clinical implementation of pharmacogenomics: barriers & solution

Jae Gook Shin(Inje University)

11:30-12:00(30') Star allele-based haplotyping versus gene-wise variant burden scoring for predicting 6-mercaptopurine intolerance in pediatric acute lymphoblastic leukemia patients

Ju Han Kim(Seoul National University)

12:00-12:40(40') Pharmacogenomics and genomics Thailand collaborative operation plan

Surakameth Mahasirimongkol(DMS, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand)

September, 5 2019

Hall A

Luncheon seminar 1 | KOBIC

Introduction of bioinformatics system for massive biological data analysis

Pan-Gyu Kim(KOBIC)

September, 5 2019

Hall B

Luncheon seminar 2 | DAON Biosciences
Biology at true resolution: resolving complex biology with single cell analysis
Chloe Jung(DAON Biosciences)
September 5, 2019

Hall A

Session7. Epigenomics

Organizer: Jong Hoon Park(Sookmyung Women's University)
Chairs: Jong Hoon Park(Sookmyung Women's University), Seon-Young Kim(KRIBB)

Time Title / Speaker(Affiliation)
13:40-14:05(25') Epigenomic alterations by aging and chronic inflammation

Toshikazu Ushijima(National Cancer Center, Japan)

14:05-14:30(25') The role of chromatin insulator CTCF in dendritic cells

Hyoung-Pyo Kim(Yonsei University)

14:30-14:55(25') Genome-wide de novo risk score implicates promoter variation in autism spectrum disorder 

Joon Yong An(Korea University)

14:55-15:20(25') TNF-induced inflammatory genes escape repression in fibroblast-like synoviocytes 

Sungho Park(UNIST)

September 5, 2019

Hall B

Session8. Genome technology
New technologies for genome analysis and their applications

Organizer: Donghyun Park(Samsung Medical Center)
Chair: Donghyun Park(Samsung Medical Center)

Time Title / Speaker(Affiliation)
13:40-14:05(25') Strategies for cancer early detection: overcoming hard limits in liquid biopsy analysis

Charles Massie(University of Cambridge)

14:05-14:30(25') Accurate molecular profiling of rare circulating tumor cell (CTC) using microfluidic chips and next-generation sequencing error validation

Sunghoon Kwon(Seoul National University)

14:30-14:55(25') Network-based big proteomic data analysis

Daehee Hwang(Seoul National University)

14:55-15:20(25') Genome editing using CRISPR

Sangsu Bae(Hanyang University)

September, 5 2019

Hall A

Plenary lecture II
Interrogating the architecture of cancer genomes

Chair: Sung-Soo Yoon(Seoul National University)
Peter Campbell(Sanger Institute)

September 6, 2019

Hall A

Session9. Genomics for cancer immunology
Could genomics improve cancer immunotherapy?

Organizer: Youngil Koh(Seoul National University)
Chair: Se-Hoon Lee(Samsung Medical Center)

Time Title / Speaker(Affiliation)
09:00-09:25(25') Comprehensive genomic analysis of non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients for the prediction of immune checkpoint inhibitors

Se-Hoon Lee(Samsung Medical Center)

09:25-09:50(25') Gene essentiality for tumor growth influences neoantigen-directed immunoediting

Jung-Kyoon Choi(KAIST)

09:50-10:15(25') Genetic determinants of cancer immune status

Youngil Koh(Seoul National University )

10:15-10:40(25') Immunogenomic analysis of ICGC pan-cancer and Japanese liver cancer

Masashi Fujita(RIKEN)

September 6, 2019

Hall B

Session10. Medical microbiome
Microbiome and future medicine

Organizer: Hansoo Park(GIST)
Chair: Hansoo Park(GIST)

Time Title / Speaker(Affiliation)
09:00-09:33(33') Gut microbiota controls metabolic homeostasis

Sungsoon Fang(Yonsei University)

09:33-10:06(33') An in-vitro screening system for developing personalized probiotics based on the gut microbiota

Holzapfel Wilhelm(Handong Global University)

10:06-10:39(33') Microbiome meets cancer and immunology

Hansoo Park(GIST)

September 6, 2019

Hall A

Session11. Function of small & non-mRNAs
The current studies of the function of noncoding RNA on the cell fate

Organizer: Jungwook Hwang(Hanyang University)
Chair: Jungwook Hwang(Hanyang University)

Time Title / Speaker(Affiliation)
11:00-11:25(25') miRNA-1236 targeting a coding mutation site induces haploinsufficiency of the tumor suppressor FOXL2 

Kangseok Lee(Chung-Ang University)

11:25-11:50(25') Redirected miRNA target transcriptome in cardiac hypertrophy

Sung Wook Chi(Korea University)

11:50-12:15(25') Application of CRISPR for studying pathogenic SNVs in cancer

Juno Hur(Kyung Hee University)

12:15-12:40(25') Functional interplays of non-coding RNAs in anti-cancer drug resistance

Eun Kyung Lee(The Catholic University)

September 6, 2019

Hall B

Session12. Population genetics & genomics
Population genetics & genomics

Organizer: Yeun-Jun Chung(The Catholic University)
Chair: Chair: Yeun-Jun Chung(The Catholic University)

Time Title / Speaker(Affiliation)
11:00-11:25(25') Understanding the biological meaning of the human genome sequence by studying diverse indigenous populations

Shuhua Xu(PICB / SIBS)

11:25-11:50(25') Landscape of the missing genome information in current NGS practice

Joohon Sung(Seoul National University)

11:50-12:15(25') A genome-wide association study implicates NR2F2 in lymphangioleiomyomatosis pathogenesis

Sungho Won(Seoul National University)

12:15-12:40(25') A study of transposable element-associated structural variations (TASVs) using a de novo assembled Korean genome

Kyudong Han(Dankook University)

September, 6 2019

Hall A

Luncheon seminar 3 | Illumina Korea

National scale population genomics programmes: a framework for success

Christian Bourne(Illumina)

September, 6 2019

Hall B

Luncheon seminar 4 | DNA Link


September 6, 2019

Hall A

Session13. Bioinformatics & systems biology
Bio-bigdata and precision biology 

Organizer: Jin-Wu Nam(Hanyang University)
Chair: Jin-Wu Nam(Hanyang University)

Time Title / Speaker(Affiliation)
13:40-14:00(20') Accurate detection of low-level somatic mutations for precision medicine

Sangwoo Kim(Yonsei University)

14:00-14:40(40') Single cell genomics to elucidate non-coding regulatory elements

Jay. W Shin(RIKEN)

14:40-15:00(20') Widespread regulatory impact of RNA-binding proteins on microRNA targeting

Daehyun Baek(Seoul National University)

15:00-15:20(20') Mutation signature analyses using public resources

Taemin Kim(The Catholic University)

September 6, 2019

Hall B

Session14. Multi-omics in medicine
Single cell proteomics

Organizer: Eugene C. Yi(Seoul National University)
Chair: Eugene C. Yi(Seoul National University)

Time Title / Speaker(Affiliation)
13:40-14:05(25') High-throughput single-cell proteomics quantifies the emergence of macrophage heterogeneity

Nikolai Slavov(Northeastern University)

14:05-14:30(25') Deciphering phospho-signals using less than 100 cells in isobaric labeling phosphoproteome analysis

CheolJu Lee(KIST)

14:30-14:55(25') Human neural organoids for drug testing and neuroscience research

Sébastien Mosser(Neurix SA)

14:55-15:20(25') Proteomic multi-marker panel using multiple reaction monitoring-mass spectrometry for hepatocellular carcinoma

Youngsoo Kim(Seoul National University)


September, 6 2019

Hall A

Plenary lecture III
T cell in immunity and diseases: from genomics to biological function

Chair: Tae-You Kim(Seoul National University)
Chen Dong(Tsinghua University)

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