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Date: July 5, 2017

Time:
Plenary Session Part1 10:40-12:10
Plenary Session Part2 13:00-14:30
Poster Session 14:40-16:00

Venue:Teaching Room #30, Faculty of Agriculture, Shinshu University
http://www.shinshu-u.ac.jp/faculty/agriculture/english/maps.html

Plenary Lectures:

Dr. Amonrat Molee (Suranaree Universitry of Technology)

Dr. Wittawat Molee (Suranaree Universitry of Technology)

Dr. Tomohide Takaya (Shinshu Universitry)

Dr. Shinobu Fujimura (Niigata Universitry)

Organizing Committee: Faculty of Agriculture, Shinshu University

Advisory Board:
Dean & Professor Dr. Tomoyuki Fujita

Executive Committee:

Chair: Professor Dr. Hiroshi Kagami

Member: Professor Dr. Tamao Ono, Professor Dr. Kohzy Hiramatsu, Associate Professor Dr. Shinichi Yonekura, Associate Professor Dr. Takeshi Shimosato, Senior Assistant Professor Dr. Mitsuru Hamano, Assistant Professor Dr. Yutaka Ueno

Scientific Program:

Opening Address: 10:40-10:50
Professor Hiroshi Kagami

Plenary Session1:
Chairman: Associate Professor Shinichi Yonekura

10:50-11:30
*Associate Professor Amonrat Molee, Suranaree University of Technology

Breeding goal, and Breeding program of “Korat chicken” to serve need of consumer in aging era

11:30-12:10
*Lecturer Wittawat Molee, Suranaree University of Technology

Strategies to improve meat quality of “Korat chicken” by nutrition and management

Lunch 12:10-13:00

Plenary Session 2:
Chairman: Assistant Professor Yutaka Ueno

13:00-13:40
*Assistant Professor Tomohide Takaya, Shinshu University

Regulation of skeletal muscle stem cells for meat production

13:40-14:20
*Associate Professor Shinobu Fujimura, Nigata University

Regulation of taste active components of meat by dietary amino acids

Closing Address: 14:20-14:30
Professor Tamao Ono

Taking a commemorative photo: 14:30-14:40

Poster Session: 14:40-16:00

Contact:
Chairman of The 2017 JTISAB
Dr. Hiroshi Kagami (Professor of Biotechnology, Shinshu University)
email: kagami@shinshu-u.ac.jp

2017-06-14 2017-07-05

We are pleased to announce that the 29th CDB meeting "Mavericks, New Models in Developmental Biology" will be held on October 19 (Thu) and 20 (Fri), 2017 at RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology in Kobe, Japan.
http://www.cdb.riken.jp/en/

The program will include both oral and poster sessions. We encourage submission of abstracts for the poster session from scientists in various fields to increase opportunities for lively and exciting discussion. Several abstracts will be selected for oral presentations.

For those travelling from abroad, a limited number of travel fellowships will be made available.

We look forward to your participation!

URL: http://www.cdb.riken.jp/mavericks2017/
Deadline: Thursday, August 31, 2017

[Contact]
RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology (CDB)
CDB Meeting Office
E-mail: mavericks2017@cdb.riken.jp

2017-05-19 2017-10-20

SAVE THE DATE
OCTOBER 28 – NOVEMBER 2, 2017
ISHIKAWA ONGAKUDO & ANA CROWNE PLAZA KANAZAWA
Kanazawa, Japan
www.icis2017japan.com

Plans are well underway for ICIS 2017 to be held in Kanazawa from 28 October 28 to 2 November. The organizing committee for the 2017 meeting includes Kouji Matsushima (University of Tokyo), Akihiko Yoshimura (Keio University), Yoichiro Iwakura (Tokyo University of Science), and Takashi Fujita (Kyoto University). Working with a scientific advisory committee composed of investigators selected from global academia and industry, an outstanding program is planned.

The opening Keynote lectures will be delivered by three eminent investigators: Dr Tadamitsu Kishimoto (Osaka University), Dr Richard Flavell (Yale University), and Dr Nancy C Reich (Stony Brook University). These three speakers will provide an excellent overview of the present status and future directions in the field of cytokine research.

Each morning the meeting will begin with an exciting Keynote Lecture, followed by a symposium on topics including innate immunity, autoimmunity, chronic inflammation, and tumor immunity. At noon, delicious lunch boxes will be served during lunch-time lectures. Workshops in the afternoon will cover a wide variety of topics from bench to bedside, such as cytokine-mediated signal transduction, the roles of cytokines in various physiological and pathological conditions, and anti-cytokine therapy. Four evening symposia will be held covering infection, eosinophil-mediated pathologies, rheumatoid arthritis, and chemokines. In addition, two special evening symposia will be held with the goal of promoting research by female investigators and by investigators in the Pacific Ocean Rim and the Middle East regions. In the evenings, free wine and cheese will be served at the poster viewing sites to promote active discussion and networking amongst all participants, from graduate students to senior faculty as well as representatives from biotech, pharma and scientific journals.

There will also be multiple open speaker slots for selected abstracts in the Workshops.

Program:
http://www.icis2017japan.com/program.html

The venue of ICIS2017, the Ishikawa Ongakudo and the ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel, is one minute walk from Kanazawa station, where more than 25 bullet trains from Tokyo and 25 express trains from Osaka arrive punctually every day. Both journeys take around 2.5 hours. There are various types of hotels within walking distance of the venue. Please see the conference website for reservation information.

Kanazawa is a castle town that was spared from wartime devastation and natural disasters, meaning it retains beautiful Japanese-style gardens such as Kenroku-en and historical areas consisting of old Japanese-style houses. Meeting participants will be able to visit these sites from the venue on foot. Kanazawa is also well known for its gastronomic culture with abundant and delicious seafood and fresh produce. There are many excellent sushi shops and traditional Japanese restaurants within the walking distance of the meeting venue.

ICIS is offering many prizes and travel awards for trainees and junior faculty. In addition, the organizing committee for ICIS2017 is also offering Kishimoto Travel Awards for young investigators, in commemoration of Dr Tadamitsu Kishimoto’s brilliant contribution to the field of cytokine research. There will be 20 domestic awardees in total to receive a prize of 50,000JPY as a support to participate in the congress.

**Registration**
Early Bird Registration has been open and can be registered at any time before 25 July through our website: http://www.icis2017japan.com/registration.html

**Call for Abstracts**
Abstract submission has been also open and the deadline is 26th June, Monday. Please visit the congress website for submission: http://www.icis2017japan.com/abstract.html

**Accommodation**
Accommodation during the congress period can be reserved through the ICIS2017 official travel agency, JTB Global Marketing & Travel Inc., via the hotel reservation website. Please visit our website for more information: http://www.icis2017japan.com/registration.html

Please be aware that the city during the congress period will be very busy and the most accommodation would be fully booked. We strongly recommend you to reserve a room at your earliest convenience.

Please contact the congress secretariat at info@icis2017japan.com for any enquiries.
Thank you for your cooperation and we look forward to your active participation to the ICIS2017.

President: Kouji Matsushima (The University of Tokyo)

Honorary President: Tadamitsu Kishimoto (Osaka University)

Vice President: Yoichiro Iwakura (Tokyo University of Science) , Takashi Fujita (Kyoto University) , Shuichi Kaneko (Kanazawa University)

Program Chair: Akihiko Yoshimura (Keio University)

Secretary General: Naofumi Mukaida (Kanazawa University)

2017-03-27 2017-11-02

Exploring and Emulating the Brain
We will learn how to decipher the workings of the brain by integrating the knowledge obtained from experimental, theoretical, and engineering (AI) approaches.

Schedule:

【Plan A】Internship and Lecture Course, June 7 - August 2, 2017

【Plan B】Lecture Course, July 10 . 14, 2017
(We will accept 15 interns for the Internship and Lecture Course (Plan A) and 30 participants for the Lecture Course (Plan B)).

Deadline for applications: February 28, 2017

Lecturers:
Yoshua Bengio, University of Montreal
Terrence Sejnowski, Salk Institute for Biological Studies
Xiao-Jing Wang, New York University
Olaf Sporns, Indiana University
Shinji Nishimoto, CiNet
Nuo Li, Baylor College of Medicine
Akinao Nose, The University of Tokyo
Katherine Nagel, New York University
David Schoppik, New York University
Shun-ichi Amari, Riken BSI
Joshua P. Johansen, Riken BSI

RIKEN BSI Summer Program 2017 Organizing Committee:
Hokto Kazama
Taro Toyoizumi
Toshihiko Hosoya
Andrea Benucci
Hitoshi Okamoto

For more information and applications, visit our website:
http://www.brain.riken.jp/en/summer/
Inquiries: info.summer@brain.riken.jp

2017-01-05 2017-08-02