Venue: lecture hall (room 110), Library, Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech), 1088 Xueyuan Avenue, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China

 

ISEMHH Schedule

Oct 23, 2018

14:00-18:00

Registration (SUSTech Library corridor)

Oct 24, 2018

08:00-08:30

Registration (SUSTech Library corridor)

08:30-08:45

Welcome speech

Wei Chen, Dean, Department of Biology, SUSTech

08:45-09:00

Group photo (in front of library)

09:00-10:30

New horizons of epigenetic insights

(Session chairs: Dinshaw Patel and Ge Shan)

09:00-09:40

Dinshaw Patel

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) and SUSTech

Structural biology of epigenetic regulation

09:40-10:05

Snow (Xuetong) Shen

MD Anderson Cancer Center

Posttranslational modification of nuclear actin in chromatin biology

10:05-10:30

Anthony Leung

Johns Hopkins University

Novel tools to investigate ADP-ribosylation in epigenetics.

10:30-10:50

Coffee break

10:50-12:30

Genomic, epigenomics and disease

(Session chairs: Jian Yang and Yanyi Huang)

10:50-11:15

Jian Yang

The University of Queensland

Deciphering the genetic architecture in crosstalk with epigenetic patterns for human complex diseases

11:15-11:40

Yanyi Huang

Peking University

High throughput error-correction code DNA sequencing

11:40-12:05

Hao Hu

Guangzhou Women and Children’s Medical Center

Highly heterogeneous etiology of idiopathic cerebral palsy and its implication in epigenetic regulation

12:05-12:30

Ge Shan

University of Science & Technology of China

A novel class of circular RNAs with physiological functions

12:30-14:00

Lunch (Lunch Box)

14:00-15:35

DNA methylation

(Session chairs: Taiping Chen and Jiemin Wong)

14:00-14:30

Taiping Chen

The University of Texas MD Anderson

Mechanisms underlying DNA methylation alterations in ICF syndrome

14:30-15:00

Jiemin Wong

East China Normal University

Regulation of mammalian DNA maintenance methylation

15:00-15:15

Rujiao Li

Beijing Institute of Genomics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

MethBank: a database of DNA methylomes across a variety of species.

15:15-15:25

Chao Zhao

Hong Kong Baptist University

Bisphenol S exposure induced breast tumor proliferation and deterioration by disturbing lipid metabolism and DNA methylation

15:25-15:35

Wen Wang

Tongji University

Inherited DNA methylation primes the establishment of accessible chromatin during genome activation

15:35-16:00

Coffee break

16:00-17:50

Epigenetic and transcriptional regulation

(Session chairs: Bing Li and Chengqi Lin)

16:00-16:30

Bing Li

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Cross-talks between chromatin regulators that travel with Pol II are coordinated by CTD and essential for their functionalities

16:30-16:50

Wenfei Jin

Southern University of Science and Technology

Comprehensive mapping of human hematopoiesis and leukemogenesis at single cell resolution

16:50-17:10

Baohua Liu

Shenzhen University

A synergistic action of sirtuins promotes DNA damage response and DNA repair

17:10-17:30

Shi Chen

Wuhan University

DNA phosphorothioate epigenetics in bacteria

17:30-17:50

Chengqi Lin

Southeast University

The super elongation complex in early development

18:30-20:30

Welcome dinner for speakers and official registrants

Oct 25, 2018

08:30-11:55

Chromatin remodeling in development and disease

(Session chairs: Keji Zhao and Qiang Wu)

08:30-09:10

Keji Zhao

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, NIH

Principles of nucleosome organization revealed by single-cell MNase-seq

09:10-09:35

Qiang Wu

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Probing 3D genome organization by CRISPR DNA-fragment editing

09:35-10:00

Olivier Cuvier

CNRS-France

Spreading of heterochromatin post-translational modifications in 3D

10:00-10:20

Coffee break

10:20-10:45

Guoliang Li

Huazhong Agricultural University

Digestion-ligation-only Hi-C, a simple, cost-effective, and highly efficient method for chromosome conformation capture

10:45-11:05

Yang Du

Annoroad Gene Technology

Optimization and progress of anno single cell technology and AnnoHi-C technology

11:05-11:25

Yubo Zhang

Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences

eHi-C development: Bridge 3D structure to gene function

11:25-11:40

Zhihua Zhang

Beijing Institute of Genomics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

High resolution genome 3D architectures as revealed by low resolution Hi-C data

11:40-11:55

Zhijun Han

Southern University of Science and Technology

Chromatin status, 3D nucleus and homologous chromosomal interactions in hybrid mouse

12:30-14:00

Lunch and Poster session

14:00-15:50

Intergenerational epigenetic inheritance in developmental origin of health and disease (Session chairs: Zhibin Wang and Qi Chen)

14:00-14:25

Zhibin Wang

Johns Hopkins University

Different doses of arsenic exposure impact health through distinct epigenetic mechanisms for DOHaD

14:25-14:50

Qi Chen

The University of Nevada, Reno

Epigenetic inheritance mediated by sperm RNAs and RNA modifications

14:50-15:10

Jennifer Chan

The University of Pennsylvania

Epididymal glucocorticoid receptors promote intergenerational transmission of paternal stress

15:10-15:30

Joyce Ohm

Roswell Park Cancer Institute

Herbicide exposures and remodeling of the cancer epigenome

15:30-15:50

Yong Zhang

Tongji University

Inherited epigenetic signatures prime the establishment of zygotic transcriptional regulation during early embryogenesis

15:50-16:10

Coffee break

16:10-17:55

Epigenetics regulation

(Session chairs: Yunyu Shi and Hongjie Yao)

16:10-16:40

Yunyu Shi

University of Science & Technology of China

Structural insights into dimethylation of 12S rRNA by TFB1M: indispensable role in translation of mitochondrial genes and mitochondrial function

16:40-17:00

Qianwen Sun

Tsinghua University

R-loop, the functional chromatin structure in the Arabidopsis genomes

17:00-17:20

Min Wu

Wuhan University

The hyper-activation of transcriptional enhancers in breast cancer

17:20-17:40

Hongjie Yao

Guangzhou Institutes of Biomedicine and Health, Chinese Academy of Sciences

An alternative CTCF isoform antagonizes canonical CTCF occupancy and changes chromatin architecture to promote cell apoptosis

17:40-17:55

Li Li

Sichuan Agricultural University

The reciprocal regulation between H19 and MyoD during differentiation of goat skeletal muscle satellite cells

18:00-19:30

Dinner (Dinning Hall at SUSTech)

Oct 26, 2018

08:30-12:05

Histone modification and their modulation for development and disease treatment (Session chairs: Jerry Workman and Jiamu Du)

08:30-09:10

Jerry Workman

Senior Investigator and Academican, Stowers Institute

Histone H3 threonine 11 phosphorylation by Sch9 and CK2 regulates chronological lifespan by controlling the nutritional stress response

09:10-09:30

Luye Qin

State University of New York at Buffalo

Epigenetic rescue of autism-like social deficits in Shank3-deficient mice

09:30-09:50

Feng Li

Wuhan university

The role of histone demethylatse in tumoirigenesis

09:50-10:10

Shengtao Hou

Southern University of Science and Technology

Growth cone expressed CRMPs regulate histone H4 deacetylation and neural gene expression

10:10-10:30

Coffee break

10:30-10:50

Jiamu Du

Shanghai institutes for biological science, Chinese Academy of Sciences

A bivalent histone reader is an epigenetic switch regulating floral phase transition

10:50-11:10

Xingzhi Xu

Shenzhen University

Homeostasis of USP11 ubiquitination controls CHK1 activation in response to DNA replication stress

11:10-11:30

Shanshan Li

Hubei University

Serine and SAM responsive complex SESAME regulates histone modification crosstalk and chronical life span

11:30-11:50

Falong Lu

Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Paving the way to reprogram a somatic cell to a new life

11:50-12:05

Mo Chen

Tsinghua University

Elucidation the mechanism by which epigenetic factors function to maintain acute myelogenous leukemias

12:05-13:30

Lunch

13:30-15:25

Epigenomic mechanism during development

(Session chairs: Carl Wu and Hailin Wang)

13:30-13:50

Hailin Wang

Chinese Academy of Sciences

Estrogen-like chemicals regulates DNA methylation and demethylation for the proliferation of breast cancer cells

13:50-14:10

Andrew Hutchins

Southern University of Science and Technology

Epigenetic control of cell fate transitions and transposable elements in embryonic cell types

14:10-14:30

Ting Ni

Fudan University

3′UTR lengthening as a novel mechanism in regulating cellular senescence

 

Keynote presentation

14:30-15:20

Carl Wu

Johns Hopkins University

Imaging transcription initiation and chromatin remodeling factors at single-molecule resolution in live cells

15:20-15:30

Poster Award & Closing Remarks

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