Retinoids


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Sunday,
June 10, 2012
4:00PM – 9:00PM Conference Registration
6:00PM – 7:00PM FASEB Opening Reception
7:00PM – 8:30PM Dinner
8:45PM – 10:00PM Keynote Speaker TBA
Monday,
June 11, 2012
7:30AM – 9:00AM Breakfast
Session 1:
9:00AM – 12:15PM
Retinoid Chemistry & Analysis
Robert Curley, Ohio State University
9:00AM – 9:15AM Welcome from FASEB
9:15AM - 9:45AM Robert Curley, Ohio State University
New approaches to old retinoids
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9:45AM –10:15AM Marcia Dawson, Sanford-Burnham Institute
Retinoid-derived molecules: Receptor-independent activities
10:15AM – 10:30 AM Short Talk Selected From Submitted Abstracts
10:30AM – 11:00AM Group photo & FASEB Sponsored Coffee Break
11:00AM – 11:30AM Angel de Lera, Universidade de Vigo, Spain
Synthetic approaches to dihydroretinoids& carotenoids
11:30AM – 12:00PM Maureen Kane, University of Maryland
Retinoic acid biosynthesis defects in cancer
12:00PM – 12:15PM Short Talk Selected From Submitted Abstracts
12:15PM – 1:15PM Lunch
Free Afternoon
4:00PM – 6:00PM Poster Session 1
6:00PM – 7:00PM Dinner
Session 2:
7:00PM – 9:45PM
Retinoid & Carotenoid Metabolism
William Blaner, Columbia University
7:00PM - 7:30PM William Blaner, Columbia University
Hepatic retinoid metabolism: Hepatocytes & hepatic stellate cells
7:30PM – 8:00PM Catharine Ross, Penn State University
Retinoid turnover & catabolism: Influences of diet & inflammation
8:00PM – 8:15PM Short Talk Selected From Submitted Abstracts
8:15PM – 8:30PM Break
8:30PM – 8:45PM Short Talk Selected From Submitted Abstracts
8:45PM – 9:15PM Natalia Kedishvili, University of Alabama
Role of SDR16C family of proteins in retinoic acid homeostasis
9:15PM – 9:45PM Loredana Quadro, Rutgers University
Maternal-fetal transfer & metabolism of β-carotene: impact on
retinoid homeostasis in the developing tissues
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Credit(s)™ will not be offered.
Tuesday,
June 12, 2012
7:30AM – 9:00AM Breakfast
Session 3
9:00AM – 12:00PM
Retinoid Receptors & Their Actions
Noa Noy, Case Western Reserve University
9:00AM - 9:30AM Vincent Laudet, IGF, Lyon
Retinoic acid receptors as actors in evolution
9:30AM –10:00AM Cecile Rochette-Egly, IGBMC, Strasbourg
Nuclear retinoic acid receptors phosphorylation: Mechanism & in
vivo relevance
10:00AM – 10:15AM Short Talk Selected From Submitted Abstracts
10:15AM – 10:45AM FASEB Sponsored Coffee Break
10:45AM – 11:15AM Brian Ward, McGill University
Anti-viral effects of retinoids: In vitro mechanisms & in vivo models
11:15AM – 11:45AM Martin Privalsky, University of California, Davis
Diversification of nuclear receptor function by alternative
corepressor splicing: Roles in metabolism and in neoplasia
11:45AM – 12:00PM Short Talk Selected From Submitted Abstracts
12:15PM – 1:15PM
Lunch
Free Afternoon
4:00PM – 6:00PM Poster Session 2
6:00PM – 7:00PM Dinner
Session 4:
7:00PM – 9:45PM
Non-Genomic Actions of Retinoids
Li-Na Wei, University of Minnesota
7:00PM - 7:30PM Li-Na Wei, University of Minnesota
Non-canonical activity of retinoic acid on chromatin landscape of
embryonic stem cells
7:30PM – 8:00PM Noa Noy, Case Western Reserve University
Retinoic acid and CRABP in post-transcriptional gene silencing
8:00PM – 8:15PM Short Talk Selected From Submitted Abstracts
8:15PM – 8:30PM Break
8:30PM – 8:45PM Short Talk Selected From Submitted Abstracts
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Credit(s)™ will not be offered.
8:45PM – 9:15PM Andrew Yen, Cornell University
Retinoic acid-induced leukemic stem cell G0 arrest/differentiation
driven by Raf: A (cytoplasmic) tail of two receptors – CXCR5 &
CD38
9:15PM – 9:45PM Soichi Kojima, Riken Institute, Japan
Acyclic retinoid induces tumor selective cell death in
hepatocarcinoma tumor stem cells & inhibits angiogenesis via
suppression of phosphorylation
Wednesday,
June 13, 2012
7:30AM – 9:00AM Breakfast
Session 5
9:00AM – 12:15PM
Retinoids in Development
Gregg Duester, Sanford-Burnham Institute
9:00AM - 9:30AM Gregg Duester, Sanford-Burnham Insitute
RA-FGF antagonism during establishment of the body plan
9:30AM –10:00AM Margaret Clagett-Dame, University of Wisconsin
Retinoic acid-responsive genes in nervous system development
10:00AM – 10:15AM Short Talk Selected From Submitted Abstracts
10:15AM – 10:45AM FASEB Sponsored Coffee Break
10:45AM – 11:15AM Wellington Cardoso, Boston University
Retinoid regulation of the smooth muscle cell phenotype in the
developing airway
11:15AM – 11:45AM Peter Koopman, University of Queensland
Retinoic acid regulation of gonadal and germ cell development in
mice
11:45AM – 12:15PM Pascal Dolle, IGBMC, Strasbourg
How does retinoic acid regulate progenitor cells in the nervous
system and sensory organs?
12:15PM – 1:15PM Lunch
Free Afternoon
4:00PM – 6:00PM Poster Session 3
6:00PM – 7:00PM Dinner
This activity is not being planned in accordance with the ACCME Standards for Commercial Support. AMA PRA Category 1
Credit(s)™ will not be offered.
Session 6:
7:00PM – 9:45PM
Retinoids in Cancer & Control of Differentiation
Dianne Soprano, Temple University
7:00PM - 7:30PM Dianne Soprano, Temple University
COUP-TFI in EC cell differentiation
7:30PM – 8:00PM Lorraine Gudas, Cornell University
Retinoids: Uses in cancer prevention & treatment
8:00PM – 8:15PM Short Talk Selected From Submitted Abstracts
8:15PM – 8:30PM Break
8:30PM – 8:45PM Short Talk Selected From Submitted Abstracts
8:45PM – 9:15PM Ethan Dmitrovsky, Dartmouth Medical School
Retinoids engage cyclin proteolysis at the bench & in the cancer
clinic
9:15PM – 9:45PM Jacqueline Kravecka, Medical University of South Carolina
TBA
Thursday,
June 14, 2012
7:30AM – 9:00AM Breakfast
Session 7
9:00AM – 11:30AM
Retinoids in Metabolic Disease
Joseph Napoli, University of California, Berkeley
9:00AM - 9:30AM Joseph Napoli, University of California, Berkeley
Function of retinoids in maintaining energy balance
9:30AM –10:00AM Barbara Kahn, Harvard Medical School
Mechanism by which elevated RBP4 causes insulin resistance
10:00AM – 10:15AM Short Talk Selected From Submitted Abstracts
10:15AM – 10:45AM FASEB Sponsored Coffee Break
10:45AM – 11:15PM Ouliana Ziouzenkova, Ohio State University
Vitamin A metabolism: contribution to sexual dimorphism in fat
depot formation
11:15AM – 11:30AM Short Talk Selected From Submitted Abstracts
11:30AM – 12:15PM Business Meeting
12:15PM – 1:15PM Lunch
Free Afternoon
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Credit(s)™ will not be offered.
4:00PM – 6:00PM Poster Session 4
6:00PM – 7:00PM Dinner
Session 8:
7:00PM – 9:45PM
Retinoids in the Eye
Michael Redmond, National Eye Institute
7:00PM - 7:30PM Michael Redmond, National Eye Institute
Spatial & temporal aspects of catalysis of retinoid isomerization by
RPE65
7:30PM – 8:00PM Johannes von Lintig, Case Western Reserve University
News & views about STRA6
8:00PM – 8:15PM Short Talk Selected From Submitted Abstracts
8:15PM – 8:30PM Break
8:30PM – 8:45PM Short Talk Selected From Submitted Abstracts
8:45PM – 9:15PM Roxana Radu, UCLA
Retinoids & retinal pigment epithelium: Implication in macular
degeneration
9:15PM – 9:45PM Closing Remarks
Friday,
June 15, 2012
7:30AM – 9:00AM Breakfast
11:30AM Departures

10 Jun - 15 Jun 2012

Snowmass Village
United States of America
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