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December 17, 2021

2022 NTHU-OU Virtual Symposium on Biological and Medical Sciences January 19, 2022

Event title:
2022 NTHU-OU Virtual Symposium on Biological and Medical Sciences

Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Place: (Two options)
・Online (Zoom)
・Nambu Yoichiro Hall, School of Science Building J (Toyonaka campus, Osaka University)

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Department of Biological Sciences, Graduate School of Science, Osaka University
Department of Life Science, College of Life Science, National Tsing Hua University

Program in Japan Time (Taiwan Time)
10:00-10:05 (9:00-9:05) Opening Remarks: Kenji Matsuno, Professor,
             Department of Biological Sciences, OU
10:05-10:10 (9:05-9:10) Opening Remarks: Ruey Ho Kao, Professor and Dean,
             College of Life Science, NTHU

10:10-10:40 (9:10-9:40) Tatsuo Kakimoto (Professor), OU
     Patterning root tissues in Arabidopsis thaliana

10:40-11:00 (9:40-10:00) Chang-Yi Chiu (PhD student), NTHU
     Physiological role of the Arabidopsis CORNICHON HOMOLOG 5 (CNIH5)
     in nutrient homeostasis

11:00-11:30 (10:00-10:30) Tzu-Kang Sang (Professor), NTHU
     VCP ATPase safeguards genome and the nuclear structure: a sizable problem Break
11:40-12:00 (10:40-11:00) Kohei Watanebe (PhD student), OU
     The optic lobe-pars intercerebralis axis is involved in circa’bi’dian rhythm of the
     large black chafer Holotrichia parallela

12:00-12:20 (11:00-11:30) Christopher Llynard D. Ortiz (PhD student), NTHU
     Ribosome in rolled state modulates-1 Programmed Ribosomal Frameshifting(-1

12:20-12:40 (11:20-11:40) Shunsuke Chuma (PhD studenet), OU
     Elucidation of neural differentiation using intracellular temperature Imaging

Lunch 12:40-14:00 (11:40-13:00)
     Drinks are exchanged between NTHU and OU

14:00-14:20 (13:00-13:20) Min-Zong Liang (PhD student), NTHU
     Investigate the role and the transcriptional regulation of PGAM5 during neuronal

14:20-14:40 (13:20-13:40) Zi Wang (Master student), OU
     A dynamic molecular regulatory network to determine hippocampal cell fate during

14:40-15:00 (13:40-14:00) Ming-Yang Li (PhD student), NTHU
     The role of calcium uptake between ER and mitochondria in Srv2/CAP2 knockout
     SH-SY5Y cells

15:10-15:30 (14:10-14:30) Asuka Yamaguchi (Master student), OU
     Identification of protein motifs in MyosinIC and MyosinID responsible for left-right
     asymmetry of the hindgut in Drosophila

15:30-15:50 (14:30-14:50) Grace Y. Liu (Undergraduate student), NTHU
     A rapid and reversible tool to disassemble target microtubules

15:50-16:10 (14:50-15:10) Hiroaki Nakajima (PhD student), OU
     Redescription and phylogenetic analysis of Octopus alatus (Sasaki, 1920)

On Line Mixer 16:10-16:40 (15:10-15:40)
     Snacks and drinks are exchanged between NTHU and OU

16:40-17:10 (15:40-16:10) Takuro Nakagawa (Associate professor), OU
     Heterochromatin suppresses gross chromosomal rearrangements at centromeres

17:10-17:40 (16:10-16:40) Yu-Hsin Chiu (Assistant professor), NTHU
     A non-canonical pathway for sympathetic activation of ATP-releasing Pannexin1

17:40-18:00 (16:40-17:00) Ceremony of Awarding Best Presentations
18:00-18:05 (17:00-17:05) Closing Remarks: Tatsuo Kakimoto, Professor and Director,
              Department of Biological Sciences, OU
18:05-18:10 (17:05-17:10) Closing Remarks: I-Ching Wang, Associate Professor,
              The Institute of Biotechnology, NTHU

Kenji MATSUNO (Department of Biological Sciences)