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HGM2005 Programme (Tentative)
Monday 18th April
Time Event Name Title
12:30-17:00 Registration
17:45-18:15 Opening Ceremony
18:15-20:15 Plenary I The Human Genome
Chair: Sir. Bodmer, Walter.(UK)
Plenary Speaker 1 Rogers, Jane(UK) Exon sequencing to identify coding variation in human genomes
Plenary Speaker 2 Yoshiyuki Sakaki(Japan) From Elements to Systems
Plenary Speaker 3 Gibbs, Richard(USA) From Genomics Back to Genetics
20:30-22:00 Welcome Reception Welcome Reception
Tuesday 19th April
Time Event Name Title
09:00-11:00 Plenary II Disease-oriented Large-Scale  Population Studies
Chair: Chadwick, Ruth(UK)
Plenary Speaker 4 Stefansson, Kari(Iceland) Genetics of Complex Traits: Disease and Lifespan
Plenary Speaker 5 Peltonen, Leena.(Finland) From families to populations: impact of disease genes
Plenary Speaker 6 Ollier, Bill(UK) UK Biobank: how, what, why and when?
11:00-11:30 Coffee Break
11:30-13:30 Poster Presentation
11:30-13:15 Luncheon Seminar
13:30-15:30 Symposium I Comparative Genomics
Chair: Shimizu, Nobuyoshi(Japan). and Antonarakis, Stylianos(Switzerland)  
Symposium Speaker 1 Pääbo, Svante.(Germany) Of Ape and Human Genomes
Symposium Speaker 2 Rubin, Eddy(USA) Comparative Genomics at the Extremes
Symposium Speaker 3 Birney, Ewan(UK) Ensembl and Reactome: Genomes to Systems Biology
Symposium Speaker 4 Brahmachari, Samir(India) Conservation and Variation: A Balancing Act in the Genome
Symposium II Stem Cell Genomics
Chair: Shin-ichi Nishikawa(Japan)
Symposium Speaker 5 Moon, Shin Yong(Korea) Chromosomal abnormalities of Embryonic Stem Cells
Symposium Speaker 6 Nakatsuji, Norio(Japan) Establishment, manipulation and distribution of human ES cell lines in Japan for biomedical and pharmaceutical research
Symposium Speaker 7 Pera, Martin(Australia) Human embryonic stem cells and their applications to genomics
Symposium Speaker 8 Chris Ottolenghi(USA) Ovarian follicle dynamics in relation to sex determination and reproductive competence
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
16:00-18:00 Workshop 1 Genomics, Society and World Health
Chair: Daar, Abdallah(Canada) and Ida,Ryuichi(Japan)
Workshop 2 Genome based Population Study and their Applications
Chair: Syvanen, Ann-Christine (Sweden) and Yoshida, Teruhiko(Japan)
Workshop 3 QTLs, Genomics and Gene-environment Interactions
Chair: Craig, Ian. (UK)
Workshop 4 Human Diversity and Human Evolution
Chair: Wallace, Douglas(USA) and Tokunaga, Katsushi(Japan)
Workshop 5 New Frontiers in Computational Genomics and Systems Biology
Chair: Nakai, Kenta(Japan) and Ueda, Hiroki(Japan)
18:00-19:00 Poster Presentation
Wednesday 20th April
Time Event Name Title
08:30-09:30 Poster Presentation  
09:30-11:30 Plenary III Genome Functions
Chair: Sugano, Sumio(Japan)
Plenary Speaker 7 Dutta, Anindya(USA) The ENCODE Consortium: an Initiative to Annotate the Human Genome
Plenary Speaker 8 Hayashizaki, Yoshihide(Japan) Genome Network Project and FANTOM3
Plenary Speaker 9 Bradley, Allan(UK) Extracting function from the mouse genome
11:00-11:30 Coffee Break
11:30-13:30 Poster Presentation
11:30-13:15 Luncheon Seminar
13:30-15:30 Symposium III Functional Analysis and Systems Biology
Chair: Smith, Cassandra(USA)
Symposium Speaker 9 Ito, Takashi(Japan) Functional Genomic Basis for Yeast Systems Biology
Symposium Speaker 10 Joshi-Tope, Geeta (USA) Reactome: Beyond the Genome and Proteome
Symposium Speaker 11 Baliga, Nitin(USA) Synthesis of predictive biological networks for environmental response systems
Symposium Speaker 12 Brookes, Anthony(UK) Various Variations in the Human Genome: Copy-Number Polymorphism (CNP), Multiple-Site Variation (MSV), and Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP)
Symposium IV Human Diversity
Chair: Cann, Howard(France)  
Symposium Speaker 13 Inoko, Hidetoshi(Japan) Genome-wide Scan of Disease Genes by Association Analysis using 30,000 Microsatellites
Symposium Speaker 14 Tyler-Smith, Chris (UK) Is less more? - testing the importance of gene loss in human evolution
Symposium Speaker 15 Lathrop, Mark(France)
Symposium Speaker 16 Walker, Steve (UK) UK Biobank - From Business Requirements to Operational Systems
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
16:00-18:00 Workshop 6 Public Health and Human Genome Research in the Postgenome Era:ELSI Issues(Ethics)
Chair: Kato, Kazuto(Japan) and Terry Kaan(Singapore)
Workshop 7 Genes, Chromosomes and Diseases
Chair: Ropers, Hans-Hilger(Germany)
Workshop 8 Environmental Genomics
Chair: Weissenbach, Jean(France) and Hattori, Masahira(Japan)
Workshop 9 Genome Dynamics and Transcriptome
Chair: Isogai, Takao(Japan) and Yoo, Hyang-Sook(Korea)
Workshop 10 Intergration of Human Genome Annotations and Bioinformatics
Chair: Yankovsky, Nick (Russia) and Okazaki, Yasushi(Japan)
18:15-19:15   Sydney Brenner(Nobel Laureate 2002) HGM 10th Anniversary Lecture
19:30 Drinks Reception & Conference Dinner
Thursday 21st April
Time Event Event Title
09:00-11:00 Workshop 11 Pharmacogenomics, Toxicogenomics and Chemical Geomics
Chair: Masuho, Yasuhiko(Japan) and Cantu, Jose Maria(Mexico)
Workshop 12 New Technologies and High Throughtput Analysis
Chair: Liu, Edison(Singapore) and Aburatani, Hiroyuki(Japan)
Workshop 13 Genomics Basis of Common Diseases
Chair: Toda, Tatsushi(Japan)
Workshop 14 Proteome and Structual Genomics
Chair: Yokoyama, Shigeyuki(Japan)
Workshop 15 Epigenetics and Diseases
Chair: Nakatsuji, Norio(Japan)
11:30-13:30 Poster Presentation
11:30-13:00 Luncheon Seminar    
13:30-15:30 Symposium V   Disease Genomics
Chair: Tsui, Lap-Chee(Hong Kong) and Niikawa, Norio(Japan)  
Symposium Speaker 17 Zhao, Guo-Ping (China) Understand an emerging disease at the genomics era: SARS molecular epidemiology and SARS-CoV evolution
Symposium Speaker 18 Chen, Yuan-Tsong(Taiwan) Genetic Markers for Severe Cutaneous Adverse Drug Reactions
Symposium Speaker 19 Ropers, Hans-Hilger(Germany) Large-scale identification of disease genes
Symposium Speaker 20 Kere, Juha(Sweden) Multifactorial diseases in EU
Symposium VI   Emerging Technologies
Chair: Schlessinger, David(USA)  
Symposium Speaker 21 Goldberg, I.lya(USA) The Open Microscopy Environment: A New Platform for Functional Genomics
Symposium Speaker 22 Corn, Rob (USA) Surface Plasmon Resonance Imaging Measurements of DNA and Protein Microarrays
Symposium Speaker 23 Pitera, Jed(USA) Blue Gene: Progress and Prospects for Computational Biology
Symposium Speaker 24 Sako, Yasushi(Japan) Single-molecule analysis in living cells
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
16:00-18:00 Plenary IV Medical Genomics
Chair: Tsuji, Shoji(Japan)  
Plenary Speaker 10 Valle, David (USA)  
Plenary Speaker 11 Tanaka, Toshihiro(Japan) Towards Personalized Medicine
Plenary Speaker 12 Chen, Zu (China) Research on Hematopoiesis and Leukemia in the Functional Genomics Era
18:00 Presentation of poster prizes    
18:15 Close of HGM2005    
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