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Epigenetic regulatory pathways Seoul 2017

Join Sung Hee Baek and Tony Kouzarides for this 2.5 day conference in Seoul.  This meeting is inviting abstracts for talk and poster presentation.

Venue
Millennium Seoul Hilton
Seoul, South Korea
Date
26-28 June 2017

Program summary

Note: This meeting will be in English.
View event details in Korean

Epigenetic modification pathways that lead to histones, DNA and RNA impinge on many biological processes. This meeting will focus on the latest developments in epigenetic research and will address also the importance of this field in disease and drug development. The invited speakers are of the forefront of field and will be describing their latest discoveries. 

The topics include:

  • Biological characterisation of histone and DNA and RNA modification pathways
  • The involvement of epigetic pathways in disease
  • The development of inhibitors and potential drugs against epigenetic pathways
  • The role of chromatin transgenerational inheritance
  • Chromatin proteins and complexes regulating transcriptional events
  • Role of non-coding RNAs in the control of chromatin functions

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Confirmed speakers

  • Sung Hee Baek (Seoul National University, South Korea)
  • Karen Adelman, (Harvard University, US)
    "Regulation of chromatin signatures by coding and non-coding RNA synthesis"
  • Salvador Aznar Benitah (Institute for Research in Biomedicine, Spain)
    "Impact of heterochromatin on mutational landscape in tumors and cancer stem cell function"
  • Shelley Berger (University of Pennsylvania, US)
    "Epigenetic pathways as targets in human disease"
  • Anne Brunet (Stanford University, US)
    "Epigenetic regulation of aging and longevity"
  • Luciano Di Croce (Centre for Genomic Regulation, Spain)
    "Defining mechanisms that regulate Polycomb functions in stem cell differentiation and cancer"
  • Francois Fuks (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium)
    "Transcriptome-Wide Distribution and Function of RNA Modifications"
  • Kristian Helin (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
    "Role of epigenetic regulators in cancer"
  • Huck Hui Ng (A*Star Genome Institute of Singapore, Singapore)
    "Systems Biology of Stem Cells"
  • Cigall Kadoch (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, US)
  • Tony Kouzarides  (Gurdon Institute, UK)
  • Rob Martienssen (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, US)
  • Eric Miska (Gurdon Institute, UK)
  • Peter Park (Harvard University, US)
  • Rabinder Prinjha (Epinova Epigenetics DPU at GlaxoSmithKline, UK)
  • Danny Reinberg (NYU School of Medicine Smilow Research Centre, US)
    "Epigenetics: One Genome, Multiple Phenotypes"
  • Bing Ren (UCSD, US)
    "Dynamic chromatin organization at transcriptional enhancers"
  • Yang Shi  (Boston Children's Hospital, US)
  • Ramin Shiekhattar (University of Miami, US)
    "Targeting Integrator in Cancer"
  • Ali Shilatifard (Northwestern University, US)
    "Principles of Epigenetics and Chromatin in Development and Human Disease"
  • John Whetstine (Harvard Medical School, US)
  • Yi Zhang (Harvard Medical School, US)

Meeting organizers

Call for abstracts

Short talk and poster presentations are available. Those which closely fit within the topics of the meeting will be selected for presentation. Abstracts can be submitted during online registration and those selected will be contact after 15 February 2017.

Download our abstract guidelines

  • Oral abstract deadline: 15 February 2017 (Midnight Pacific Standard Time)
  • Poster abstract deadline: 1 April 2017 (Midnight Pacific Standard Time)

Registration 



Standard
1 March
Last chance
1 June
On Site
Local Student*
$350$450$750
Local Delegate*
$550$650$750
International Student**$550
$650$750
International Delegate**$650$750$850

* Domestic students and delegates based within South Korea should register under 'Local - student' & 'Local - delegate' when asked to select within the system
**International attendees should register under 'student' & 'delegate' when registering

  • Post docs should register as delegates

The registration fee includes:

  • Attendance to 2.5 days of scientific sessions
  • Two Networking lunches on 26 June & 27 June
  • Two Evening receptions with drink tickets and appetizers on 26 June & 27 June
  • Access to two poster sessions
  • ​Attendance to 3 days of scientific sessions and conference materials 

    Register now
Lunch, refreshment breaks and evening reception during the conference
Welcome drinks reception on June 19, 2016

Venue details

All sessions will take place at the Millennium Seoul Hilton.

Millennium Seoul Hilton
50, Spwol-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul, 04637, South Korea
Hotel website

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Hotel accommodation

Abcam has arranged a group discount for meeting attendees. In order to reserve a room at the meeting hotel, attendees must email events@abcam.com with their requested arrival and departure dates before 1 March 2017 . The events team will respond to arrange payment. 

  • Single occupancy per night including Breakfast: $200.00 USD

What is included in the hotel room reservation?

  • Breakfast for one person at the all day dining restaurant "Cafe 395"
  • Complimentary internet in guest room, main lobby and restaurants
  • Complimentary bottle water in room
  • Use of fitness center and indoor swimming pool
  • Complimentary shuttle service to Itaewon shopping area, downtown business district and Seoul station

Why stay at the Millennium Seoul Hilton hotel?

  • No commute, conference takes place in the hotel 
  • Complimentary wireless internet in guest sleeping rooms
  • Located in downtown Seoul, 1.5 miles from Seoul’s business district, cultural hotspots and shopping centers
  • 24-hour state-of-the-art fitness center, golf driving range, indoor swimming pool and spa complex
  • Visit local attractions such as the Jeongdong Theatre, the famous fountain at Banpo Hangang River Park, the National Museum of Korea and the famous Insadong neighborhood   

We understand that you have many choices when making your travel arrangements. Please remember that reserving your room in the Abcam room block allows you to take full advantage of the conference sessions, events and networking opportunities, and ensures that our staff will be available to help should you have any issues with your accommodations.

Deadline to submit your hotel requests: 1 March 2017

Important note regarding Hotel Accommodations:

Abcam does not have an affiliated hotel agency for this event.

Please be careful of direct approaches from companies offering hotel reservations for this event. Reservations made by unaffiliated organizations may appear to be for lower rates, however they may be illegitimate, have unreasonable cancellation or change penalties, or be completely non-refundable. Please be aware of, and report any unauthorized solicitation to Abcam.
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Traveling to Seoul, South Korea

There are two international airports you may fly into.

Incheon International Airport
Distance from Hotel:
42 miles and 60 minutes driving time.

Gimpo International Airport
Distance from Hotel:
30 miles and 40 minutes driving time.

We recommend the Hilton hotel website to determine which airport best suits your travel schedule.

Terms and conditions

Delegates are advised to ensure they have adequate travel insurance to cover their attendance at the conference in case of incident, or cancellation due to circumstances beyond Abcam's control.

  • All fees paid to Abcam, including registration fees are non-refundable
  • Substitute delegates can be made at any time by contacting Abcam Events.


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