Conference Program

Conference Program

 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2016

 

12:00-18:00                Registration                  Hotel foyer

18:00-20:00                Dinner                       The Eatery

 

MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2016

8:00-11:00                Registration                  Hotel foyer

14:00-17:00               Registration                  Hotel foyer

 

8:30-9:20

Tenth Anniversary Celebration of the Chinese Society for Chronobiology

Chaired by Han Wang

Grand Ballroom

9:20-10:00

Group photo

Front of the Hotel

10:00-12:00

Symposium: Translational Chronobiology I

Chaired by Zhangwu Zhao and Dingjun Cai

Grand Ballroom

10:00-10:30

 

10:30-11:00

 

 

 

11:00-11:30

 

 

11:30-12:00

 

 

Jian Tong

 

Zhangwu Zhao

 

 

 

Qianwen Ma

 

 

Dingjun Cai

 

 

Chronotoxicology

 

Regulation of sleep by the short     neuropeptide F (sNPF) in Drosophila melanogaster

 

The research progress of miRNAs

in the circadian clock

 

Study on the correlation between the temporal dynamic changes of acupoint reactivity and the expression of TRPV1 & TRPV4 at different parts

Soochow University,China

 

China Agricultural University,China

 

 

 

Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine,China

 

Chengdu University of TCM,China

 

12:00-13:00                                                               Lunch                                                     The Eatery

13:00-14:00                                                               Posters                                      Pre-function Area and Hallway

14:00-16:00

Symposium on Translational Chronobiology II

Chaired by Wanxian Yu and Shaozong Chen

Grand Ballroom

14:00-14:30

 

 

 

14:30-15:00

 

 

 

 

15:00-15:30

 

 

15:30-16:00

Shiqing Xu

 

 

 

Heqi Lu

 

 

 

 

Suxia Li

 

 

Wanxian Yu

Per knockdown in BmN cell lead to glycometabolism repression and further cell developmental disorder

 

Based on the time theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine to research the recovery of Sports Fatigue -- to discuss transformation chronobiology medicine

 

Effects and underling mechanisms of short photoperiod on emotions of rats

 

The basic research of artificial intelligence technology of biological clock control for “brainpower” of humanity

Soochow University,China

 

 

 

China Academy of Chinese  Medicine Science,China

 

 

 

Peking University,China

 

 

Nanchang University,China

18:00-19:00                                                                 Dinner                                                    The Eatery

19:00-20:00

The General Meeting of the Chinese Society for Chronobiology

Chaired by Han Wang

Room VIP 2

 

TUESDAY 25, OCTOBER, 2016

8:00-11:00                                                                Registration                                               Hotel foyer

14:00-17:00                                                              Registration                                               Hotel foyer

8:00-8:25

Opening Ceremony

Chaired by Han Wang

Grand Ballroom

8:25-9:00     

Group Photo     

Front of the Hotel

9:00-9:50

Keynote Speaker 1: Kyungjin Kim

Korea Brain Research Institute,Korea

Circadian mood regulation

Introduced by Gi Hoon Son

Grand Ballroom

9:50-10:30                                                           Coffee/tea break                                        Pre-Function Area

10:30-12:35

Symposium 1: Plant circadian rhythms

Chaired by Haiyang Wang and Lei Wang

Ballroom 1

10:30-10:55

 

 

 

10:55-11:20

 

 

11:20-11:45

 

 

 

11:45-12:10

 

 

12:10-12:35

 

 

 

 

Hong GilNam

 

 

 

Rongcheng Lin

 

 

Hongtao Liu

 

 

 

Haiyang Wang

 

 

Lei Wang

 

 

 

 

Positive feedback regulation between the circadian clock and an aging regulator, ORE1, in plants

 

Circadian Clock Regulates Iron Homeostasis in Arabidopsis

 

The CRY2-CIB1-CO complex integrates blue light and timing information to control floral induction

 

Molecular mechanisms of light input into the Circadian Clock in Arabidopsis

 

Circadian clock regulates Glc-TOR signaling to modulate root meristem activity through Pseudo Response Regulators proteins in Arabidopsis

Center for Plant Aging Research, Institute for Basic Science,Korea

 

 

Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences,China

 

Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences,Chinese Academy of Sciences,China

 

 

Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences,China

 

 

Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences,China

 

10:30-12:35

Symposium 2: Entrainment, Photoperiodism and Seasonality

Chaired by Vinod Kumar and Rachel Ben-Shlomo

Ballroom 2

10:30-10:55

 

 

 

10:55-11:20

 

11:20-11:45

 

 

 

11:45-12:10

 

 

12:10-12:35

 

 

Vinod Kumar

 

 

 

Lily Yan

 

Sangeeta Rani

 

 

 

Rachel Ben-Shlomo

 

Keiji Matsumoto

 

Avian clocks and calendars: Insights into molecular regulation of timekeeping in songbirds

 

Seasonality in emotion and cognition

 

Circadian clock-dependent alterations in seasonal responses in palaearctic-indian nighttime migratory songbirds

 

Infradian and circadian oscillators in the urochordate Botryllus schlosseri

 

Neuroendocrine mechanisms underlying photoperiodic control of seasonal reproduction in the brown-winged green bug Plautia stali

University of Delhi,India

 

 

 

Michigan State University,USA

 

University Lucknow,India

 

 

 

University of Haifa,Israel

 

 

Kyoto University,Japan

 

 

12:35-13:20                                                                    Lunch                                                 The Eatery

13:20-14:00                                                                    Posters                               Pre-function Area and Hallway

14:00-16:05

Symposium 3: Clocks, cell cycle and diseases

Chaired by Christopher Colwell and Leland Edmunds

Ballroom 1

14:00-14:25

 

 

14:25-14:50

 

 

 

14:50-15:15

 

 

 

15:15-15:40

 

 

15:40-16:05

 

Leland Edmunds

 

 

Christopher   Colwell

 

 

Gi Hoon Son

 

 

 

Johnni Hansen

 

 

Mahmood

Hussain

Interplay between cell division cycles and circadian oscillators

 

Blue light therapy improves circadian dysfunction as well as motor symptoms in two mouse models of Huntington’s disease

 

Circadian rhythm of adrenal glucocorticoid: its regulation and physiological
implicatioms

 

Night-work and risk of cancer

 

 

Circadian rhythms controlled by clock genes affect plasma lipids

 

Stony Brook University,USA

 

 

University of California Los Angeles,USA

 

 

 

Korea University,Korea

 

 

 

Danish Cancer Society Research Center,    Denmark

 

Winthrop University Hospital,USA

 

 

 

 

14:00-16:05

Symposium 4: The circadian clock and physiology

Chaired by Andrew Chuanyin Liu and Jun Yan

Ballroom 2

14:00-14:25

 

 

14:25-14:50

 

 

14:50-15:15

 

 

 

15:15-15:40

 

 

 

15:40-16:05

Andrew Chuanyin Liu

 

Takao Miki

 

 

Clara Peek

 

 

 

Jun Yan

 

 

 

Tsuyoshi Hirota

Molecular Integration between the Circadian Clock and Cellular Physiology

 

Interaction between tumor suppressors and the core circadian clock mechanism

 

Circadian Clock Interaction with HIF1α Mediates Oxygenic Metabolism and Anaerobic Glycolysis in Skeletal Muscle

 

Circadian long non-coding RNAs mark enhancers mediating circadian gene expression

 

Chemical regulation of the molecular clock

University of Memphis,USA

 

 

Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine,Japan,

 

Northwestern University,USA

 

 

 

Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences,Chinese Academy of Sciences,China

 

 

Nagoya University,Japan

16:05-16:30                                                       Coffee/tea break                                        Pre-Function Area

16:30-18:10

Symposium 5: Clocks and Behaviors

Chaired by Yoshitaka Fukada and Ying Xu

Ballroom 1

16:30-16:55

 

 

16:55-17:20

 

 

17:20-17:45

 

 

 

 

17:45-18:10

 

 

18:10-18:35

 

Ying Xu

 

 

Yoshitaka Fukada

 

 

Masaki Takahashi

 

 

 

 

Han Kyoung Choe

 

 

Shinya Aoyama

 

Molecular mechanism for circadian timekeeping and time-dependent behavior

 

Circadian rhythms of hippocampus-dependent activities in mice

 

The association between lifestyle and  circadian rhythm characteristics evaluated by clock gene expression in hair follicle cells in human

 

Circadian modulation of circuitry underlying social behaviors

 

The control of skeletal muscle mass by chrono-nutrition and chrnono-exercise

Soochow University,China

 

 

University of Tokyo,Japan

 

 

Waseda University,Japan

 

 

 

 

Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST),Korea

 

Waseda University,Japan

 

 

16:30-18:35

Symposium 6: Photic and non-photic factors – entrainment vs. masking

Chaired by Dietmar Weinert and Horacio de la Iglesia

Ballroom 2

16:30-16:55

 

 

 

16:55-17:20

 

 

 

17:20-17:45

 

 

 

17:45-18:10

 

 

18:10-18:35

 

Dietmar Weinert

 

 

 

Etienne Challet

 

 

 

Vincent van der Vinne

 

 

Patricia Tachinardi

 

 

Horacio de la Iglesia

Non-photic factors are essential for a stable circadian entrainment in Djungarian hamsters    

 

Circadian feedback of arousal: different      effects between diurnal and nocturnal      rodents

 

The flexible clock: temporal niche switching as a strategy to adjust to different environmental conditions

 

Plasticity of daily rhythms in a South American subterranean rodent

 

To be or not to be…nocturnal

 

Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg,    Germany

 

 

University of Strasbourg,France

 

 

 

University of Massachusetts Medical School,USA

 

 

 

Universidade de São Paulo,Brazil

 

 

University of Washington,USA

18:30-20:00                                                              Dinner                                                     The Eatery

19:00-20:00 

Chronobiology International (CBI) Editorial Board meeting

Chaired by Francesco Portaluppi

Room Huan Xiu

20:00-21:00

ISC Board of Directors meeting

Chaired by Romon Hermida

Room Huan Xiu

 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2016

8:00-11:00                                                              Registration                                                                Hotel foyer

14:00-17:00                                                            Registration                                                                Hotel foyer


8:40-9:30

Keynote Speaker 2: Paul Hardin

Texas A&M University,USA

TUsing Drosophila as a model to define the molecular and cellular mechanisms of circadian timekeeping

Introduced by Andrew Chuanyin Liu

9:30-10:00                                                           Coffee/tea break                                                       Pre-Function Area

10:00-12:05

Symposium 7: Molecular clock mechanisms: Beyond the transcription

Chaired by Eun Young Kim and Chang Liu

Ballroom 1

10:00-10:25

 

 

 

 

10:25-10:50

 

 

 

 

10:50-11:15

 

 

 

 

11:15-11:40

 

 

 

11:40-12:05

 

 

 

Eun Young Kim

 

 

 

 

Chunghun Lim

 

 

 

 

Woe Yeon Kim

 

 

 

 

Chang Liu

 

 

 

Jae Kyoung Kim

 

Pacemaker-neuron-dependent disturbance of the molecular clockwork by a Drosophila CLOCK mutation homologous to the mammalian CLOCKΔ19

 

LSM12 and ME31B/DDX6 Define Distinct Modes of Post-transcriptional Regulation by the ATAXIN-2 Protein Complex in Drosophila Circadian Clocks

 

Novel co-chaperone GIGANTEA enhances chaperoning process of HSP90 to facilitate maturation of ZEITLUPE in the Arabidopsis circadian clock

 

Rhythmic expression of miR-27b-3p targets the clock gene Bmal1 at the posttranscriptional level in the mouse liver.

 

A model-driven experimental approach reveals the temperature compensation mechanism of the mammalian circadian clock

Ajou University School of Medicine,Korea

 

 

 

 

Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST),Korea

 

 

 

Gyeongsang National University,Korea

 

 

 

 

Nanjing Normal University,China

 

 

 

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology,Korea

10:00-12:05

Symposium 8: Diverse clocks and rhythms

Chaired by Takashi Yoshimura and Yi Liu

Ballroom 2

10:00-10:25

 

 

 

10:25-10:50

 

 

 

10:50-11:15

 

 

 

11:15-11:40

 

 

 

11:40-12:05

 

 

Takashi  Yoshimura 

 

 

Jong-Wha Jung

 

 

 

Yi Liu

 

 

 

Xiaoyue Pan

 

 

 

Kazuhiro Yagita

 

Understanding the mechanism of seasonal time measurement using interdisciplinary approach

 

Chemical perturbation of circadian clock: from identification of hit compounds to development of derivatives

 

Insulin modulates the hepatic circadian clock via post-translationally regulating Bmal1 protein

 

Global and hepatocyte-specific ablation of Bmal1 induces hyperlipidemia and enhances atherosclerosis

 

Suppression of circadian molecular clockwork in dysdifferentiation- mediated cancers

Nagoya University,Japan

 

 

 

Kyungpook National University,Korea

 

 

 

Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences,Chinese Academy of Sciences,China

 

 

Winthrop University Hospital,New York

 

 

 

Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine,Japan

12:05-13:00                                                                Lunch                                                     The Eatery

13:00-14:00                                                               Posters                                     Pre-function Area and Hallway

14:00-18:00

Siteseeing

Course 1:Humble Administrator's Garden

Course 2: Tongli

18:00-19:00                                                                Dinner                                                    The Eatery

19:00-21:30

Symposium 9 : Diversity in fish circadian clock systems

Chaired by Nickolas Foulkes and Yoav Gothilf

Grand Ballroom

19:00-19:10

 

 

19:10-19:35

 

 

 

19:35-19:55

 

 

19:55-20:20

 

 

20:20-20:45

 

 

20:45-21:10

 

 

 

21:10-21:30   

Nicholas S.  Foulkes

 

Margit Egg

 

 

 

Yoav Gothilf

 

 

Jason Rihel

 

 

Christian Tudorache

 

Lior Appelbaum

 

 

 

Nicholas Foulkes

Introduction

 

 

Linking oxygen to time: The impact of oxygen availability on the circadian clock in
zebrafish

 

Debates on the role of the pineal gland in zebrafish

 

Using zebrafish to map sleep regulatory genes onto neuronal circuits

 

The pace of personality: Personality-related variation in diurnal rhythmicity

 

Rhythmic structural synaptic plasticity of inhibitory synapses in hypocretin/orexin neurons

 

Living in the dark: Fish models for studying clocks and photoreceptors. 

KIT,Germany

 

 

University Innsbruck,Austria

 

 

 

Tel-Aviv University,Israel

 

 

University College London,United Kingdom

 

 

Leiden University, the Netherlands

 

 

Bar-Ilan University,Israel

 

 

 

KIT,Germany

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2016

8:00-11:00                                                             Registration                                                 The Hotel foyer

14:00-17:00                                                           Registration                                                 The Hotel foyer

8:40-9:30

Keynote Speaker 3: Francesco Portaluppi

University of Ferrara,Italy

 Using The role of melatonin and melatoninergic drugs on blood pressure regulation and cardiovascular functions

Introduced by Ramon Hermida

Grand Ballroom

9:30-10:00                                                         Coffee/tea break                                           The Pre-Function Area

10:00-12:05

Symposium 10: Brain mechanisms of sleep-wake cycle

Chaired by Ken-ichi Honma and Zhi-Li Huang

Ballroom 1

10:00-10:25

 

10:25-10:50

 

 

 

 

 

10:50-11:15

 

 

11:15-11:40

 

 

11:40-12:05                

Ken-ichi Honma

 

Michihiro

Mied

 

 

 

 

Yujiro Yamanaka

 

 

Zhi-Li Huang

 

 

Vijay Kumar Sharma

 

 

Introduction

 

Roles of monoamine neurons in
sleep-wake regulation by orexins

Circadian rhythm of adrenal glucocorticoid: its regulation and
physiological implicatioms

 

Phase-adjustment of human circadian system by bright light and physical exercise

 

Roles of the Basal Ganglia in Sleep-wake Regulation

 

Mechanosensory stimulation via Nanchung expressing neurons can induce daytime sleep in Drosophila

 

Hokkaido University,Japan

 

Kanazawa University,Japan

 

 

 

 

 

Hokkaido University,Japan

 

 

Fudan University,China

 

 

Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research,India

 

12:05-13:00                                                               Lunch                                                     The Eatery

10:00-12:05

Symposium 11: Clocks, tumors and immunity

Chaired by Jia-Da Li and Benedetto Grimaldi

Ballroom 2

10:00-10:25

 

 

 

10:25-10:50

 

 

10:50-11:15

 

 

 

 

11:15-11:40

 

 

11:40-12:05

Jia-Da Li

 

 

 

Benedetto     Grimaldi

 

Huijian Wu

 

 

 

 

Gijsbertus T.J. van der Horst

 

Min Gab Kim

Circadian clock components RORα and Bmal1 mediate the anti-proliferation effect of MLN4924 in osteosarcoma cells

 

Cancer molecular clock reveals novel opportunities for anticancer drug discovery

 

DEC1 regulates breast cancer cell
proliferation by stabilizing cyclin E protein
and delays the progression of cell cycle S phase

 

The circadian clock proteins BMAL1 and CLOCK control G2/M cell cycle transition

 

Tunicamycin-induced endoplasmic reticulum stress suppresses plant immunity

Central South University,China

 

 

 

IstitutoItaliano di Tecnologia,Italy

 

 

Dalian University of Technology,China

 

 

 

 

Erasmus University Medical Center, The Netherlands

 

Gyeongsang National University,Korea

12:05-13:00                                                              Lunch                                                     The Eatery

13:00-14:00                                                              Posters                                     Pre-function Area and Hallway

14:00-16:00

Small talk 1

Chaired by Luoying Zhang and Andi Weydahl

Ballroom 1

14:00-14:15

 

 

14:15-14:30

 

 

 

14:30-14:45

 

 

14:45-15:00

 

 

 

 

15:00-15:15

 

 

 

15:15-15:30

 

 

 

 

15:30-15:45

 

 

 

15:45-16:00

 

 

Luoying Zhang

 

 

Andi Weydahl

 

 

 

Gongsheng Yuan

 

 

Li Chen

 

 

 

 

Zhou Jiang

 

 

 

Aakansha Sharma

 

 

 

 

Youjeong Choi

 

 

 

Yuwei Zhao

 

 

CGDB: a database of circadian genes in eukaryotes

 

Response and adherence to sub-maximal physical activity at 70 dg north in different chronotypes

 

The circadian gene Clock regulates bone formation via PDIA3

 

The role of miRNA103/CaV1.2 signal
pathway in the circadian rhythm of cerebrovascular function in simulated microgravity rat

 

Rational design of microRNA-siRNA chimeras for multifunctional target suppression on clock research

 

Photoperiodic State Dependent Alterations in Behaviour, Physiology and Gene
Expressions in Latitudinal Palaearctic – Indian Migrants

 

Design, synthesis, and evaluation of KS15 derivatives as CRY-mediated circadian clock modulators

 

The knockout of prx-2cys interferes the rhythmic expression profile of Kai genes in cyanobacterium S. elongatus PCC 7942 under high-light stressed condition

 

Huazhong University of Science & Technology,China

 

UiTthe Arctic University of Norway,Norway

 

 

 

Fudan University,China

 

 

Fourth Military Medical University,China

 

 

 

 

Sichuan University,Chengdu,China

 

 

 

University of Delhi,India

 

 

 

 

Kyungpook National University,Korea

 

 

 

Northwest University,China

14:00-16:00

Small talk 2

Chaired by Ximing Qin and Xiaodong Alan Zhuang

Ballroom 2

14:00-14:15

 

 

 

14:15-14:30

 

 

14:30-14:45

 

 

14:45-15:00

 

 

 

 

 

15:00-15:15

 

 

15:15-15:30

 

 

 

 

 

15:30-15:45

 

 

 

 

15:45-16:00

 

Xiaodong Alan Zhuang

 

 

Ximing Qin

 

 

Dexi Zhou

 

 

Mingyong Wang

 

 

 

 

 

Xinyi Hu

 

 

Lushun Zhang

 

 

 

 

 

Xiao-Ying, Xu

 

 

 

 

Hyo Kyeong Cha

Uncovering the interplay between hepatitis C virus infection and host circadian
machinery

 

Tau mutation of CK1ε gains kinase function by losing its catalytic activity

 

The miR-132 regulates blood pressure circadian rhythms through the positive

 

Clock-Controlled and Light-Inducible ZebrafishbZIP Transcription Factor, is Essential for Circadian Regulation through Repressing cryptochrome1aa and prieod2 via D-box

 

ABA regulates the circadian clock via ARC1 to gate ABA responses

 

Association of Genetic Polymorphisms in RORα Gene rs782931, rs880626,
rs7172342 and rs11639084 with
Schizophrenia Risk E4bp4-2b,
a Circadian

 

Research on the relationship between Seasonal changes of Melatonin and
temporal structure essence of ZangXiang in CM

 

Circadian gene expression in the ventral midbrain and its implications in mood regulation

University of Birmingham,Birmingham,UK

 

 

 

Anhui University,China

 

 

Wannan Medical College,China

 

 

Soochow University,China

 

 

 

 

 

Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences,Chinese Academy of Sciences,China

 

Chengdu Medical College,China

 

 

 

 

 

Beijing University of Chinese Medicine,China

 

 

 

 

Korea University,Korea

16:00-16:30                                                        Coffee/tea break                                      Pre-Function Area

16:30-17-20

Keynote Speaker 4: Sato Honma

Hokkaido University,Japan

Oscillator networks in the suprachiasmatic nucleus

Introduced by Ying Xu

Grand Ballroom

17:20-18:10

Keynote Speaker 5: Shigenobu Shibata

Waseda University,Japan

Chrono-nutrition and chrono-exercise

 in mouse circadian rhythm

Introduced by Zhili Huang

Grand Ballroom

19:00-21:30                                                                    Banquet                                                     Grand Ballroom

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2016

8:00-11:00                                                                    Registration                                                     Hotel foyer

8:40-9:30

Keynote Speaker 6: Francis Levi

Warwick Medical School,United Kingdom

Tailoring cancer chronotherapy to circadian clocks

Introduced by Liqian Xian

Grand Ballroom

9:30-10:00                                                                   Coffee/tea break                                         Pre-Function Area

10:00-10:50

Keynote Speaker 7: Ying-Hui Fu

University ofCaliforniaSan Francisco,USA

What makes people morning larks?

Introduced by Luoying Zhang

Grand Ballroom

10:50-11:40

Keynote Speaker 8: Ramón Hermida

University of Vigo,Spain

Sleep-time ambulatory blood pressure as a prognostic marker of vascular risk and therapeutic target for prevention by hypertension chronotherapy: The Hygia Project

Introduced by Han Wang

Grand Ballroom

11:40-12:00 

Closing remarks and awards

Chaired by Han Wang

Grand Ballroom

12:00-13:30                                                                       Lunch                                                             The Eatery

13:30

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