Scientific Program


Sat 10 November 2018
Time Session
01:00-04:00 PM Registration Opens
04:00-04:30 PM Opening Ceremony
-FIMSA 2018 Chairman
-AAIAT President
-FIMSA President (Professor Shigeo Koyasu)
MC: Direkrit Chiewchengchol,
Rangsima Reantragoon

Room: Mandarin AB

04:30-05:30 PM Plenary Lecture I
“Innate immunity, inflammation and cancer”
Alberto Mantovani (Italy)
President of IUIS

Chairperson
Tanapat Palaga

Room: Mandarin AB

05:30-07:30 PM Welcome Reception (Cocktail)
Visit Exhibition

Room: Mandarin C

 

Sun 11 November 2018
 Time Session Session
 AM-1 Session Innate Immune Cells and New Cell Subsets

Room: Mandarin A

T Cells, B Cells and NKT Cells

Room: Mandarin B

09:00-09:40 AM “The function of Mucosal associated invariant T cells (MAIT cells)”
-James McCluskey
University of Melbourne
(40min)
“Molecular control of T cell dysfunction”
-Chen Dong
Tsinghua University
(40 min)
09:40-10:10 AM “Gasdermin D in neutrophils: function and mechanism of activation”
-Hongbo Luo
Harvard/Boston Children’s Hospital
(30 min)
“iNKT cells bridge innate and adaptive immunity (tentative)”
-Hiroshi Watarai
University of Tokyo
(30 min)
10:10-10:40 AM “Mechanism of antigen-independent allergic inflammation induced by group 2 innate lymphoid cells”
-Kazuyo Moro RIKEN
(30 min)

Chairperson
Tanapat Palaga
Fabien Loison

“Tissue-resident memory T cells
-Laura Mackay (University of Melbourne/Adjunct A*STAR)
(30  min)

Chairperson
Pornpimon Angkasekwinai
Laura Mackay

10:40-11:00 AM Coffee Break

Room: Mandarin C

11:00 AM-02:00 PM FIMSA Council Meeting (Invitation only)

Room: Kannika

AM-2 Session Innate Immune Cells

Room: Mandarin A

T and B Cells

Room: Mandarin B

11:00-11:15 AM Oral Presentation
(Mandarin C)
Antinephrolithiatic peptide protects against calcium oxalate crystals by modulating NLRP 3-mediated il-1β Secretion-Sarmistha  Saha
Oral Presentation
(Mandarin C)
Roles of regulatory B cells in autoimmune development-Liwei  Lu
11:15-11:30 AM “Annex”in A1 to the breast tumor microenvironment by aiding in Macrophage Polarization”

-Shreya Kar

Modulation of the antigen responsiveness of CD8+ T lymphocytes by Inflammatory Cytokines

-Subburaj  Ilangumaran

11:30-11:45 AM Role of vitamin D and its associated molecules in innate immunity in category I tuberculosis as compared to household contacts

-Sudhasini Panda

Investigating transcriptional dynamics of T helper 2 differentiation at single-cell resolution

– Anunya  Opasawatchai

11:45-12:00 AM Herpes simplex virus VP1-2 deubiquitinates sting to promote viral infection in the brain

– Chiranjeevi Bodda

Deletion and Anergy restrain self-reactive B cell responses in a polyclonal repertoire

-Jeremy  F  Brooks

12:00-12:30 PM Symposium I
Thermofisher“Attune NxT Flow Cytometer: Super-fast flow rates to enable rare cell detection and whole blood analysis”

Speaker: Maybelline Giam

Room: Mandarin A

Symposium II
12:30-01:30 PM Lunch
PM-1 Session Autoimmunity

Room: Mandarin A

Development of Immune Cells and Immunodeficiencies

Room: Mandarin B

01:30-02:10 PM “A transcriptional network analysis of multiple sclerosis”
-Alan Baxter
James Cook University
(40 min)
“Regulating T cell development and activation through TCR signal transduction”
-Nicholas Gascoigne
National University of Singapore
(40 min)
02:10-02:40 PM “The orbital fibroblast; a key player and target for therapy in Graves’ ophthalmopathy”
-Wim Dik
Erasmus Medical Center
(30 min)
“The action of Immunoglobulines in relation to disease”
-Martin van Hagen
Erasmus Medical Center
(30 min)
02:40-03:10 PM “Roles of Sting/Tmem173 in Autoimmunity”
-Prapaporn Pisitkun
Mahidol University
(30 min)

Chairperson:
Wim Dik
Sita Virakul

“TCR repertoire selection of CD8 T cells in the thymus”
-Yousuke Takahama
University of Tokushima
(30 min)

Chairperson:
Martin van Hagen
Nattiya Hirankarn

03:10-03.25 PM Symposium III
Biomed Diagnostics
 “Rapid, Easy Immune Cell Isolation for Increased Laboratory Throughput.”
Speaker : Dr. Cyrus Eduljee

Room: Mandarin A

Symposium IV
Bio-radDecipher complexity with the ZE5 Cell Analyzer-From Exosome Detection to Immunotherapy”
Speaker: Yasha Talaga

Room: Mandarin B

03:25-05:00 PM Poster Session Day 1/Coffee Break

Room: Mandarin C

 

Mon 12 November 2018
 Time Session Session
AM-3 Session Immune Signaling and Antigen Presentation

Room: Mandarin A

Infectious Diseases

Room: Mandarin B

09:00-09:40 AM “Crosstalk of epigenetic modifiers and innate molecules in immunity and inflammation”

-Xuetao Cao
Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences
(40 min)

“Human Antibodies Responses to Dengue and Zika virus infections”

-Juthathip Mongkolsapaya
Mahidol/Imperial College
(40 min)

09:40 -10:10 AM “Identification and characterization of a novel DAMP receptor”
-Kenneth Rock
UMass Medical School
(30 min)
“Neutralizing monoclonal antibodies to prevent and treat yellow fever virus infection”
-David Watkins
University of Miami
(30 min)
10:10-10:40 AM “Diversification of antigen presentation through unexpected proteolysis”
-Anthony W. Purcell
Monash University
(30 min)

Chairperson:
Anthony Purcell, Patcharee  Ritprajak

“STING Signaling in Infectious Disease, Inflammation, and Cancer”
-Glen Barber
University of Miami
(30 min)

Chairperson:
Pongsak Utaisincharoen
Surasakdi Wongratanacheewin

10:40-11:00 AM Coffee Break

Room: Mandarin C

AM-4 Session Immune Signaling

Room: Mandarin A

Infectious Diseases

Room: Mandarin B

11:00-11:15 AM Oral Presentation

Dusp4  inactivates rig-I- and sting-mediated tbk1 and erk2 activation to inhibit type I ifn response

-Yongliang  Zhang

Oral Presentation

A novel dengue NS3 epitope that induces robust cross-reactive memory CD8 T-cell responses to both dengue and zika viruses

-Jaturong  Sewatanon

11:15-11:30 AM Molecular mechanisms of ankgag1d4 on HIV-1 gag polymerization and RNA packaging

-Sutpirat  Moonmuang

Γδ T cells protect against lung infection by promoting plasmacytic differentiation of B-1a cells via an interleukin-17A-dependent mechanism

-Xiaohui  Wang

11:30-11:45 AM Amphiregulin is required for the induction of il-9 in t helper cells through egfr-hif1α signaling

-Suyasha  Roy

Mapping of t-cell responses in dengue exposed individuals from india

-Elluri Seetharami  Reddy

11:45-12:00 AM Foxo1 reciprocally governs il-9 and il-17 induction in th17 cells

-Amit  Awasthi

Chairperson:
Tanapat Palaga

Untying the role of gamma delta t cell subsets: key players in the immunopathogenesis of pemphigus vulgaris

– Dayasagar  Das

Chairperson:
Rasana Wongratanacheewin, Juthathip Mongkolsapaya

12:00-12:30 PM Symposium V: Eppendorf
“Vaccine in Bioprocess”

Speaker: Mrs. Lay Koon Goh.

Room: Mandarin A

Symposium VI: BD Biosciences

“New technologies for multi-omics immune profiling in single cells”

Speaker: Rainer Blaesius

Room: Mandarin B

12:30-01:30 PM Lunch
PM-2 Session Mucosal Immunity

Room: Mandarin A

Tumor Immunology

Room: Mandarin B

01:30-02:10 PM “Genetic dissection of inflammatory disorders”
– Koji Yasutomo
University of Tokushima
(40 min)
“NK cell Exhaustion and Reversal by Checkpoint Blockade”
-Zhigang Tian
University of Science and Technology of China
(40 min)
02:10-02:40 PM “Development and diversity of MAIT cells”
-Dale I. Godfrey
University of Melbourne
(30 min)
-Subhra Biswas
SIgN, A*STAR
(30 min)
02:40-03:10 PM “Gamma-delta T cells in human Merkel cell carcinoma”
-Nicholas Gherardin
Doherty Institute
(30 min)

Chairperson:
Stit Sirisinha
Dale Godfrey

“WWOX LOSES ITS TUMOR SUPPRESSOR FUNCTION BY SERINE 14 PHOSPHORYLATION”
-Nan-Shan Chang
National Cheng Kung University
(30 min)

Chairperson:
Chanitra Thuwajit
Glen Barber

03:10-05:00 PM Poster Session Day 2/Coffee Break

Room: Mandarin C

05:30-09:30 PM Networking Dinner (Chaophaya River Cruise)

 

Tue 13 November 2018
 Time Session Session
AM-5 Session Vaccine

Room: Mandarin A

Immunotherapy

Room: Mandarin B

09:00-09:40 AM “Vaccination strategies against tuberculosis”
– Stefan Kaufmann
Max Planck Institute
(40 min)
“Evaluation of therapeutic antibody for primary effusion lymphoma using immunocompromised mouse model”
-Seiji Okada
Kumamoto University
(40 min)
09:40 -10:10 AM “Prime-Boost Dengue Vaccine Development”
– Kiat Ruxruntham
Chulalongkorn University
(30 min)
“The mechanism of allergen immunotherapy and immune tolerance”
-Tadech Boonpiyathad Phramongkutklao Hostpital
(30 min)
10:10-10:40 AM “Human scFv antibodies against Japanese encephalitis virus NS1 – From diagnostic to therapeutic”
-Leow Chiuan Herng
INFORMM, Malaysia
(30 min)

Chairperson:
Chakrit Hirunpetcharat
Leow Chiuan Yee

“The blockade of immune checkpoints in infectious diseases: from a perspective of immunotherapy”
-Leow Chiuan Yee
University of Science Malaysia
(30 min)

Chairperson:
Sanipa Suradhat
Peti Thuwajit

10:40 -11:00 AM Coffee Break

Room: Mandarin C

AM-6 Session Vaccine

Room: Mandarin A

Immunotherapy

Room: Mandarin B

11:00-11:15 AM Oral Presentation

Hepatitis B Vaccination or infection induces novel antigen-specific human memory natural killer cells

– Ratna S Sari Wijaya

Oral Presentation

Tissue-Resident memory t cells mediate melanoma surveillance and are targets of immunotherapy

-Simone Park

11:15-11:30 AM The protective effects of vaccination with porphyromonas gingivalis and rgpa domains in rats with collagen-induced arthritis

-Gregory J Tsay

Low-dose interleukin-2 treatment inhibits follicular cytotoxic CD8 T cells and deteriorates CD8 T cell-mediated immunopathology during viral infection

-Pengcheng Zhou

11:30-11:45 AM The translational prospective of secretory proteins of mycobacterium tuberculosis encapsulated in bio-polymeric nanoparticles: an interplay of immune response and oxidative stress

-Ramendra Pati Pandey

Chronic inflammation and bowel cancer; are your maits involved?

-Jason Kevin Kelly

11:45-12:00 AM Nasal administration of m-cell targeting ligand co4b-fused recombinant mers-cov antigen induces mucosal and systemic immune response in hdpp4 transgenic mouse

-YE-LIN YANG

Chairperson:
Chakrit Hirunpetcharat

Preferential migration of E7 specific activated cd8 t cells to E7 transgenic skin grafts

-Seyed Davoud Jazayeri

Chairperson:
Nattiya Hirankarn

12:00-12:30 PM Symposium VII
NanoString Technologies“Dissecting the tumor immune microenvironment with Digital Spatial Profiling”

Speaker: Dr. Douglas Hinerfeld

Room: Mandarin A

Symposium VIII
RI Technologies
“Powering Multi-Omic Translational Studies with Mass Cytometry”

Speaker: Oliver Vasilevski

Room: Mandarin B

12:30-01:30 PM Lunch
PM-3 Session Immune System and Diseases I

Room: Mandarin A

Immune System and Diseases II

Room: Mandarin B

01:30-02:10 PM “Osteoimmunology and Autoimmune disease”
-Hiroshi Takayanagi
University of Tokyo
(40 min)
“Trained innate immune responses in malaria”
-Douglas Golenbock
UMass Medical School
(40 min)
02:10-02:40 PM “Primary immunodeficiency disorders : from immunodeficiency to autoimmunity”
-Virgil Dalm
Erasmus Medical Center
(30 min)
“Understanding drug-induced changes in peptide presentation by HLA molecules in adverse drug reactions”
-Patricia Illing
Monash University
(30 min)
02:40-03:10 PM “Immune-rejuvenation therapy of cancer”
-Gaurisankar Sa
Bose Institute, India
(30 min)

Chairperson:
Virgil Dalm
Pornpan Choopong

“Contribution of cancer stem cells in immunosuppressive T-regulatory cell generation”
-Tanya Das
Bose Institute, India
(30 min)

Chairperson:
Rangsima Reantragoon
Patricia Illing

03:10-03:30 PM Coffee Break

Room: Mandarin C

03:30-04:15 PM Plenary Lecture II (Main Hall)
“Tolerance break by class switch recombination for auto-antibody production”

Shigeo Koyasu
RIKEN, FIMSA President

Chairperson
Watchara Kasinrerk

Room: Mandarin B

04:15-04:30PM Closing and Award Ceremony (Main Hall)

MC: Direkrit Chiewchengchol, Rangsima Reantragoon

Room: Mandarin B