36th International Mammalian Genome Conference (IMGC2023)

RIKEN Symposium

RIKEN Symposium “Developmental Epigenetics and Advanced Phenotyping Technology”

Genetics and epigenetics are essential mechanisms of life phenomena, including the processes of ontogeny development and cell differentiation. In this RIKEN Symposium, ten speakers will focus on latest topics on epigenetic analysis using mammals and advanced phenotyping technologies for epigenetics research. On the first day, we will cover topics such as X-chromosome inactivation and ontogeny development processes, and on the second day, topics related to genome editing, genome and transcriptome analysis, and phenotypic imaging analysis.

This Symposium will be co-sponsored by RIKEN and IMGS, held on the evening of March 29th (Wed) and 30th (Thu) as parts of the 36th IMGC in Tsukuba (see tentative program of 36th IMGC).

Symposium will be open to public and held as a hybrid style of face-to-face and virtual presentations. We hope all participants will enjoy scientific presentations and communication.

To attend the Symposium, please register from following link.
(Participants of the 36th IMGC are also registered for this symposium and do not need to register here.)

Online Registration

Invited speakers

March 29, (Wed)
Developmental Epigenetics
Speaker Affiliation Tentative Title of a Talk
Hiroyuki Sasaki Department of Molecular and Structure Biology, Medical Institute of Bioregulation, Kyushu University Regulation of DNA methylation and imprinting in mouse oocytes
Neil Brockdorff Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford Mechanism of action of Xist RNA in X chromosome inactivation
Christine Disteche Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathology, University of Washington X chromosome structure and regulation in human and mouse
Haruhiko Koseki Laboratory for Developmental Genetics, RIKEN Center for Integrative Medical Sciences Polycomb in development
Atsuo Ogura Bioresource Engineering Division, RIKEN BioResource Research Center Nuclear transfer for the study of the developmental epigenetics
March 30, (Thu)
Advanced Phenotyping Technology
Speaker Affiliation Tentative Title of a Talk
Tomoji Mashimo Division of Animal Genetics, The Institute of Medical Science, The University of Tokyo Genome editing technologies and humanized rats
Yasuhiro Murakawa Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Biology(ASHBi), Kyoto University / RIKEN Center for Integrative Medical Sciences Development of new methods to investigate functional genetic elements
Shinya Oki Department of Drug Discovery Medicine, Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine Photo-isolation chemistry for high-resolution and deep spatial transcriptome with tissue sections
Masaru Tamura Technology and Development Team for Mouse Phenotype Analysis, RIKEN BioResource Research Center Development of High-resolution CT imaging technologies and contrast-agents for mouse phenotyping
Igor Adameyko Medical University of Vienna / Karolinska Institute Mechanisms of fate selection in the neural crest lineage and beyond