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Plenary Lecture 3

Speakers Date / Time Nov 15 (Wed), 2017, 09:00-09:50 Room Premier Ballroom (2F)  
Chair: Sang Geon Kim (Seoul National University, Korea)  
In Silico Approaches in Genetic Toxicology: Progress and Future
Masamitsu Honma (National Institute of Health Sciences, Japan)

Symposium 16 :  The Role of Genetic Toxicity in Thresholds of Toxicological Concern in Cancer Risk Assessment

Speakers Date / Time Nov 15 (Wed), 2017, 10:10-11:50 Room 113 (1F)  
Chair: Chihae Yang (Molecular Networks GmbH, Germany), Kyu-Bong Kim (Dankook University, Korea)
 
Threshold of Toxicological Concern: Significance to Industry
Alan R Boobis (ILSI Europe/Imperial College London, UK)
The CEFIC LRI Project: Update of a New CPDB Database and Point of Departure Analysis
Mark TD Cronin (Liverpool John Moores University, UK)
Genetic Toxicity Mode Of Action and their Relations to Carcinogenicity Based on the Updated Cancer TTC Database
Chihae Yang (Molecular Networks GmbH and Altamira LLC, USA)
 
Application of Threshold of Toxicological Concern (TTC) Approach in Safety Assessment of Consumer Products
Woo-Hyuck Choi (LG Household & Health Care, Korea)

Symposium 17 :  Overview of the Application of Genetic Toxicology to International Tobacco Product Regulation

Speakers Date / Time Nov 15 (Wed), 2017, 10:10-11:50 Room 114 (1F)  
Chair: Carolina Garcia-Canton (British American Tobacco Co, UK), Moo-Yeol Lee (Dongguk University, Korea)
 
Overview of International Regulations and Guidances Related to the Use of Genetic Toxicology Data
Martha Moore (Ramboll Environ, USA)
Historical Use of Genetic Toxicology Data for Tobacco Product Stewardship
Kei Yoshino (Japan Tobacco Inc, Japan)
Overview of General Technical Issues Related to the Use of Genetic Toxicology Assays for Tobacco Product Evaluation
Julie Clements (Covance, UK)
 
Genetic Variations in Tobacco Smoking and Biomarkers
Mihi Yang (Sookmyung Women's University, Korea)

Symposium 18 :  Human Population Exposed to Environmental Mutagen and Carcinogens -1. Arsenic Exposure in Asian Countries and its Genotoxicity and Carcinogenicity-

Speakers Date / Time Nov 15 (Wed), 2017, 10:10-11:50 Room 115 (1F)  
Chair: Ashok K. Giri (Indian Inst. of Chemical Biology, India), Kyoung Sik Moon (Korea Institute of Toxicology, Korea)  
Imprinting of Adipocytokines Following In Utero Arsenic Exposure Leads to Diabetes Associated Nephropathy
Vikas Srivastava (CSIR-Indian Institute of Toxicology Research, India)
Genetic Damage and Epigenetic Changes in Children Exposed to Arsenic Through Drinking Water
Apurba K. Bandyopadhyay (Health Point Multispecialty Hospital, India)
Arsenic Carcinogenesis: Unraveling Mechanisms by the Use of Animal Models
Hideki Wanibuchi (Osaka City University Medical School, Japan)
 
Role of Microrna in Arsenic Induced Health Effects, Susceptibility and Carcinogenicity
Ashok K. Giri (Indian Inst. of Chemical Biology, India)

Symposium 19 :  Human Population Exposed to Environmental Mutagen and Carcinogens -3. Environmental and Occupational Threat on Human Health-

Speakers Date / Time Nov 15 (Wed), 2017, 10:10-11:50 Room 116 (1F)  
Chair: Haruhiko Sugimura (Hamamatsu University School of Medicine, Japan), Kyung-Taek Rim (Occupational Safety and Health Research Institute, Korea)  
Environmental Oxidative Stress, Adaptive Antioxidant Response and Metabolic Diseases
Jingbo Pi (China Medical University, China)
A Challenge in DNA Adductomics of Human Tissue: Does It Reflect Exposures?
Haruhiko Sugimura (Hamamatsu University School of Medicine, Japan)
Human Blood Lymphocytes for Monitoring DNA Damage due to Selected Environmental Mutagens
P. K. Seth (Indian Institute of Toxicology Research, India)
 
Occupational Cancers with Chemical Exposure and their Prevention in Korea: Now and Future
Kyung-Taek Rim (Occupational Safety and Health Research Institute, Korea)

Symposium 20 :  Targeted and Untargeted DNA and Protein Adductomics

Speakers Date / Time Nov 15 (Wed), 2017, 10:10-11:50 Room 117 (1F)  
Chair: David Phillips (King’s College London, UK), Ok-Nam Bae (Hanyang University, Korea)  
Mass Spectrometry in the Analysis of DNA Adducts Associated with Tobacco Use
Peter Villalta (Univ Minnesota, USA)
A High Resolution LC-MS3 Adductomic Approach to Characterize DNA Damage
Silvia Balbo (Univ Minnesota, USA)
Albumin Adductomics for Human Biomonitoring in Epidemiological Research
David Phillips (King’s College London, UK)
 
Fate of Nitrated Aryl Hydrocarbon DNA Adducts to Mutations Revealed through DNA Adductome and Site-specifically Adducted DNA Techniques
Takashi Yagi (Osaka Prefecture University, Japan)

Keynote Lecture 3

Speakers Date / Time Nov 15 (Wed), 2017, 13:00-13:40 Room 113-114 (1F)  
Chair: Soo Jung Sohn (Ministry of Food and Drug Safety, Korea)  
Emerging Concepts and Strategies in Testing for Genomic Damage
Paul White (Health Canada, Canada)

Keynote Lecture 4

Speakers Date / Time Nov 15 (Wed), 2017, 13:00-13:40 Room 116-117 (1F)  
Chair: Sang-Dai Park (Presidential Advisory Council on Science & Technology, Korea)  
Ecological Impacts of Emerging Pollutants in a Coastal Region of China
Yonglong LU (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)

Symposium 22 :  Aristolochic-Acid Associated Cancers

Speakers Date / Time Nov 15 (Wed), 2017, 14:00-15:40
Room 114 (1F)  
Chair: Steven G Rozen (Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore), Minsoo Noh (Seoul National University, Korea)
 
Mutational Signatures Indicate That Aristolochic Acids and Their Derivatives Are Extremely Prevalent in Hepatocellular Carcinomas From Taiwan and Pose a Global Health Problem
Steven G. Rozen (Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore)
Aristolochic Acid-Associated Cancers in Europe: Implications For A Preventable Global Disease
Jiri Zavadil (International Agency for Research on Cancer (WHO), France)
Aristolochic Acid Induced Urothelial Carcinoma: a Disease Enters by Mouth
Kai-Jie Yu (Lin-Kou Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan)
 
Aristolochic Acid-Induced DNA Adducts and Mutations in Rats
Nan Mei (FDA/NCTR, USA)

Symposium 23 :  Human Population Exposed to Environmental Mutagen and Carcinogens -2. Air Pollution and Related Human Health and Disease -

Speakers Date / Time Nov 15 (Wed), 2017, 14:00-15:40 Room 115 (1F)  
Chair: Jun Yang (Zhejiang University, China), Young Rok Seo (Dongguk University, Korea)  
Ambient Particulate Induced Lung Function Loss in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Wei Huang (Peking University Institute of Environmental Medicine, China)
Air Pollution with Mutagens/Carcinogens and its Long-Range Transport
Tetsushi Watanabe (Kyoto Pharmaceutical University, Japan)
Toxicoproteomic Analysis of Metal Rich Ambient Particulate Matter Collected from Steel Iron Industry
P. Rajaguru (Anna University, India)
 
Toxicogenomic Approach for Predicting the Potential Pathogenetic Mechanisms of Inflammatory Disease in the Middle Ear Caused by Exposure to Diesel Exhaust Particles
Young Rok Seo (Dongguk University, Korea)

Symposium 24 :  Human Population Exposed to Environmental Mutagen and Carcinogens -4. Genetic or Epig

Speakers Date / Time Nov 15 (Wed), 2017, 14:00-15:40
Room 116 (1F)  
Chair: Yukari Totsuka (National Cancer Center Research Institute, Japan), Kinarm Ko (Konkuk University, Korea)
 
Taurine Inhibits Autophagy via Switch of the Mitochondrial NADH Dehydrogenase Genes to Ameliorate Particulate Matter-Involved Emphysema
Rui Chen (Southeast University, China)
Exploration of Esophageal Cancer Etiology Using DNA Adductome Analysis
Yukari Totsuka (National Cancer Center Research Institute, Japan)
Novel MicroRNA-associated Molecules Responsible for Liver Cancer Progression
Sang Geon Kim (Seoul National University, Korea)
 
Early Life Exposed to E-Waste Pollutants and Adverse Development Outcomes
Xia Huo (Jinan University, China)

enetic Mechanism Related to Cancer or Other Diseases-

Symposium 25 :  Antimutagenesis and Anticarcinogenesis

Speakers Date / Time Nov 15 (Wed), 2017, 14:00-15:40 Room 117 (1F)  
Chair: Zigang Dong (University of Minnesota, USA), Hye-Kyung Na (Sungshin Women’s University, Korea)  
Dietary Phytochemicals for Cancer Chemoprevention
Zigang Dong (University of Minnesota, USA)
Protective Effect of Agaro-oligosaccharides on Gut Dysbiosis and Colon Tumorigenesis in High-fat Diet-fed mice
Yuji Naito (Kyoto Prefectural University, Japan)
15-Keto Prostaglandin E2 Inhibits Proliferation of Breast Cancer Cells Through Suppression of STAT3 Signaling
Hye-Kyung Na (Sungshin Women’s University, Korea)
 
Multi-Omics Approach to Cancer Prevention by Spinach
Roderick Dashwood (Texas A& M University, USA)

Distinguished Lecture 2

Speakers Date / Time Nov 15 (Wed), 2017, 16:10-16:40 Room Premier Ballroom (2F)  
Chair: Byung-Hoon Lee (Seoul National University, Korea)  
Quantitative Genetic Toxicology Developments
George Johnson (Swansea University Medical School, UK)
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