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Plenary Lecture 4

Speakers Date / Time Nov 16 (Thu), 2017, 09:00-09:50 Room Premier Ballroom (2F)  
Chair: Stefano Bonassi (IRCCS San Raffaele Pisana, Italy)  
Genome Health Clinic Concept for Disease Prevention Based on Optimising DNA and Telomere Integrity Using Personalised Diet/Life-Style Intervention
Michael Fenech (CSIRO Health and Biosecurity, Australia)

Symposium 26 :  Application of Genetic Toxicology Assays to Inform the Regulation of Tobacco and Electronic Nicotine Delivery System Products

Speakers Date / Time Nov 16 (Thu), 2017, 10:10-11:50 Room 113 (1F)  
Chair: Martha Moore (Ramboll Environ, USA), Joohee Jung (Duksung Women's University, Korea)  
Chemical Composition, Cytotoxicity and Mutagenicity of Smoke from Korea Commercial Cigarettes with Breakable Capsule in the Filter
Chul-Hoon Park (KT&G, Korea)
The Application Of in Vitro Genetic Toxicology Testing For The Evaluation Of Electrically Heated Tobacco - A Case Study
Carolina Garcia-Canton (British American Tobacco Co, UK)
A Combined in Vivo Micronucleus and Comet Study of an Aerosolized Ends Formulation
Kyeonghee Monica Lee (Altria, USA)

Symposium 27 :  DNA Replication Stress, DNA Damage & Genome Instability

Speakers Date / Time Nov 16 (Thu), 2017, 10:10-11:50 Room 114 (1F)  
Chair: Luis Blanco (Spanish Research Council, Spain), Sung-Keun Lee (Inha University, Korea)  
Human PrimPol, A Novel Primase/Polymerase, Tumor Suppressor and Biotechnological Tool
Luis Blanco (Spanish Research Council, Spain)
Mutational Signatures and Genomic Scars of DNA Break Repair Pathways
Marcel Tijsterman (Leiden University, The Netherlands)
 
Understanding the Interplay between DNA Damage Tolerance Pathways in vivo
Robert Fuchs (CNRS Marseille, France)
 
Requirement of Yeast RAD2, a Homolog of Human XPG Gene, for Efficient Cell Cycle and Mutagenesis Regulation in the Presence of UV Damage : Implications for Cockayne Syndrome
Sung-Keun Lee (Inha University, Korea)

Symposium 28 : Nucleotide Excision Repair: Understanding the Molecular Mechanism of Repair of Environmental Damage to DNA

Speakers Date / Time Nov 16 (Thu), 2017, 10:10-11:50 Room 115 (1F)  
Chair: Kaoru Sugasawa (Kobe University, Japan), Jongsun Park (Chungnam National University, Korea  
Regulation of Dual Incision and Repair Synthesis in Human Nucleotide Excision Repair
Orlando Schärer (UNIST/IBS)
DNA Damage Recognition by Rad4/XPC during Eukaryotic Nucleotide Excision Repair
Jung-Hyun Min (University of Illinois, USA)
Chromatin Dynamics Regulating DNA Damage Recognition of Nucleotide Excision Repair
Kaoru Sugasawa (Kobe University, Japan)
 
Heavy Metal Exposure Disrupts p53-Mediated DNA Repair Activity via Inhibition of Protein-Protein Interactions in vitro & in vivo
Young Rok Seo (Dongguk University, Korea)

Symposium 29 : Environmental Epigenetics

Speakers Date / Time Nov 16 (Thu), 2017, 10:10-11:50 Room 116 (1F)  
Chair: Jinhee Choi (University of Seoul, Korea), Marie-Agnès Coutellec (INRA, Ecology and Ecosystem Health, France)  
Epigenetic Mechanisms in Invertebrates: Review of Current Knowledge and Ecotoxicological Perspectives
Marie-Agnès Coutellec (INRA, Ecology and Ecosystem Health, France)
Epigenetic Mechanisms as Drivers of Environmental Stress Response in Daphnia
Jana Asselman (University of Ghent, Belgium)
H3K27Me3 Epigenetic Mark for Sensitivity to Physiological Adaptation in Elevated Temperature Exposure: A Lesson from the Nematode Caenorhabditis Elegans
Nivedita Chatterjee (University of Seoul, Korea)
 
Particulate Matter Promotes Cellular Senescence in Human Keratinocytes through Epigenetic Regulation of p16INK4A
Jin Won Hyun (Jeju National University, Korea)

Symposium 30 :  Regulation of Cell Death and Survival after Genotoxic Stress

Speakers Date / Time Nov 16 (Thu), 2017, 10:10-11:50 Room 117 (1F)  
Chair: Thomas Hofmann (German Cancer Research Center, Germany), So Hee Kwon (Yonsei University, Korea)
 
"Regulation of DNA Repair and Deathpathways Following Anticancer Drugs and Environmental Carcinogens"
Bernd Kaina (University of Mainz, Institute of Toxicology, Germany)
Mapping the Break-ome in Cancer Cells: New Clues into Genomic Instability and Common Fragile Sites
Rami Aqeilan (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
Cellular Decision-Making Between Life and Death by HIPK2 and P53 Upon Genotoxic Damage
Thomas Hofmann (German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), Germany)
 
A Potent Hydroxamic Acid-based, Small-Molecule Inhibitor A452 Preferentially Inhibits HDAC6 Activity and Induces Cytotoxicity toward Cancer Cells Irrespective of p53 Status
So Hee Kwon (Yonsei University, Korea)
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