Biotech China 2014

Biology: University of Tokyo

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Date Event Presentation Speakers
June 1, 2014 Magnetic Resonance for Cellular Structural Biology Magnetic Resonance for Cellular Structural Biology Ichio Shimada
April 6, 2013 AACR Annual Meetings GWAS, Sequencing, and Immmunogenomics in Cancer Research Yusuke Nakamura, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL Yusuke NAKAMURA
March 19, 2013 Discovery Chemistry Congress Discovery of Non-traditional Peptide Therapeutic Leads Accelerated by the RaPID System Hiroaki Suga
February 19, 2013 Nutrition, Epigenetics and Human Disease (B5) Short Talk: Epigenetic Switching by Nutrition-Sensing Factor Ogt, Sirt1 and Mgea5 in Generation of Orexin Neurons from Mouse ES Cells and Human iPS Cells Koji Hayakawa
February 3, 2013 Neurogenesis (J7) Stem Cell Niches in the Developing and Adult Brain Yukiko Gotoh
August 21, 2011 The TGF-β Superfamily: Signaling in Development and Disease TGF-beta signaling in regulation of cancer stem cells and nichemiyazono, Kohei miyazono
Session 5 | Signaling II Kohei miyazono
May 8, 2011 Omics Meets Cell Biology (E1) Hi-Content and Quantitative Morphological Screening for the Drug Targets in Yeast Yoshikazu Ohya
February 12, 2011 Cancer Control by Tumor Suppressors and Immune Effectors (J8) Dendritic Cells (J7) | IRFs, HMGBs and Signaling Cross Talks in the Regulation of Immune Responses Tadatsugu Taniguchi
July 11, 2010 3rd International Congress On Stem Cells And Tissue Formation Temporal regulation of neural stem cell fate in the developing mouse neocortex Yukiko Gotoh
June 1, 2010 Emerging Themes in Infection Biology New insights into Shigella-gut epithelium interaction Chihiro Sasakawa
May 19, 2010 Towards Personalized Cancer Medicine Therapeutic Cancer Vaccine Development Yusuke NAKAMURA
April 22, 2009 Complex Lipids in Biology: Signaling, Compartmentalization and Disease (Z4) Keynote Address Takao Shimizu
February 28, 2009 Biophysical Society 53rd Annual Meeting Symposium 11: Cargo Transport by Single Molecular Motors Hideo Higuchi
June 11, 2008 6th ISSCR Annual Meeting CYTOKINE SIGNALS MODULATED VIA LIPID RAFTS INDUCE HIBERNATION IN HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELLS Hiromitsu Nakauchi
December 1, 2007 47TH American Socieity of Cell Biology Advances in Bone Cell Molecular Biology: Epigenetic Control Masaki Noda
Branched Microtubules Drive Plant Cytokinesis T Sano, Seiichiro Hasezawa
Protein Domains of Cortactin Have Diverse Roles in the Formation, Dynamics, and Matrix Degradation of Invadopodia Hideki Yamaguchi
November 7, 2007 Srial II: Advances and Challenges Toward Major Diseases: Extension on New Hope Nov (07-13) Session 6: New & Emerging Biomarkers & Drug Targets (09:00-12:00) Satoshi Sakamoto
Session 6: Development of Functional Magnetic Nanobeads for Drug Target Screening (10:20-10:40) Satoshi Sakamoto
Session 7: Anti-Cancer/Tumors Drug Discovery & Development and Current Status of the Innovative Therapeutics (Part II) (09:00-12:00) Noriko Gotoh
Session 7: A Novel Tumor Suppressor that Inhibits EGFR Signaling (10:00-10:20) Noriko Gotoh
Session 9: Innovative Metabolic Diseases Drug Discovery & Development (13:30-17:05) Kazuaki Nishio
Session 9: Effects of Insulin Resistance on Coronary In-stent Restenosis (15:25-15:45) Kazuaki Nishio
Session 13: (Part One) Development of Novel Drug Delivery Systems (Part Two) Combinatorial Chemistry & High Throughput Screening (09:00-12:00) Takashi Takahashi
Session 13:(Part Two )Solid and Solution-Phase Synthesis for Natural and Unnatural Product Library (10:40-11:00) Takashi Takahashi
Session 16: Protein and Peptide Drug Development (13:30-17:00) Hiroaki Suga
Session 16: Ribosomal synthesis of unusual peptides by reprogramming the genetic code and its application for physiologically stable peptide drugs (15:25-15:45) Hiroaki Suga
June 16, 2007 Biology and Chemistry of Vision Farnesylation of retinal transducin plays a role far beyond Yoshitaka Fukuda
4th Annual Pharma R&D Asia Congress
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