Annual Society for Glycobiology and the American Society for Matrix Biology meeting

2012 will mark the first joint venture for the Society for Glycobiology and the American Society for Matrix Biology. After a successful guest symposium in 2010, the two groups decided to join forces and create an innovative program for this 2012 meeting set for November 11th – 14th in San Diego, CA.The joint ASMB/SFG 2012 Meeting represents a unique opportunity for scientists and medical professionals involved in research, clinical and applied disciplines related to matrix biology and glycobiology to meet, discuss, learn and network. With both society's non-profit focus on investigation and education and an innovative and original program planned, attendance is expected to exceed 400 participants including both ASMB and SFG members and non-members. Participation by the International Society for Matrix Biology (ISMB) and a number of other guest societies is sure to enhance the value of our attendees' experience.
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Speaker Ready Room and
Cyber Café
(Marina 6)
9:00-12:00 pm ASMB Council Meeting (by
invitation only)
(Marina 5)
9:00-5:30 pm ASMB Guest Symposium I
(Harbor Island I)
9:00-5:30 pm ASMB Guest Symposium II
(Nautilus I)
9:00-5:30 pm SFG Guest Symposium I
(Harbor Island II)
9:00-5:30 pm SFG Guest Symposium II
(glyco analytical industry)
(Nautilus II)
Co-Chairs: Qun Zhou (Genzyme) and John Briggs
(Genentech)
11:00-1:00 pm Glycobiology Editorial
Board Meeting Lunch
(by invitation only)
(Spinnaker I/II)
12:00-7:00 pm Exhibits
(Harbor Island III)
3:00-5:00 pm SFG Council Meeting (by
invitation only)
(room TBA)
6:00-7:00 pm Opening Reception
(Bayview Foyer and Harbor Island III)
7:00-7:15 pm ASMB and SFG Society
Welcome
(Harbor Island I&II)
Chairs: Hudson Freeze and Jean Schwarzbauer
7:15-8:00 pm Keynote Lecture
(Harbor Island I&II)
Chairs: Hudson Freeze and Jeff Davidson
Bioorthogonal Chemistry for Glycoprofiling and
Beyond
Carolyn Bertozzi, University of California,
Berkeley
Monday, November 12th
7:30-8:30 am Career Mentoring
Breakfast
(room TBA)
7:30-5:30 pm Exhibits
(Harbor Island III)
8:30-10:00 am Plenary I: Stem and
Progenitor Cells, Genetic Therapy and
Regenerative Medicine
(Harbor Island I&II)
Chair: TBA
8:30 am Glycobiology of Human
Pluripotent Stem Cells
Steve Dalton, University of Georgia
9:00 am Siglec-Sialoglycan Binding
Regulates Cell-Cell Interactions
Ronald Schnaar, Johns Hopkins School of
Medicine
9:30 am Stem Cell Therapies in
Epidermolysis Bullosa
Joint American Society for Matrix Biology and Society for Glycobiology Meeting
2012
Angela Christiano, Columbia University
Medical Center
10:00-10:30 am Coffee Break
(Bayview Foyer and Harbor Island III)
10:30-12:00 pm Plenary II: Biomaterials
and Matrix Engineering
(Harbor Island I&II)
Chair: TBA
10:30 am Hydrogels as Synthetic
Extracellular Matrices
Kristi Anseth, University of Colorado at
Boulder
11:00 am Mechanical Regulation of Cell
Adhesion and Function
Christopher Chen, University of
Pennsylvania
11:30 am Biofunctional Hydrogels: ECMmimetic
Materials for Tissue Repair
Andres Garcia, Georgia Institute of
Technology
12:00-2:00 pm Poster Session I Lunch
(Nautilus III, IV, V)
2:00-3:30 pm Concurrent Sessions 1 - 4
CS1: Matrix and Carbohydrate
Immunology
(Harbor Island I)
Chair: Jim Paulson
2:00 pm Siglecs in B cell Tolerance
Jim Paulson, The Scripps Research Institute
Plus 3 selected talks from abstracts
CS2: Matricellular Proteins
(Nautilus I)
Chair: David Roberts
2:00 pm Thrombospondin-1 signaling via
CD47 limits cell immortalization
David Roberts, NIH, NCI, CCR
Plus 3 selected talks from abstracts
CS3: Receptors, Signaling, and
Cytoplasmic Glycosylation
(Harbor Island II)
Co-Chairs: Ambra Pozzi and Gerald Hart
2:00 pm Role of Collagen Binding
Receptor in Diabetic Nephropathy
Ambra Pozzi, Vanderbilt University
Plus 3 selected talks from abstracts
CS4: Vascular Biology, Elastic Fibers, and
Related Diseases
(Nautilus II)
Chair: Cecilia Giachelli
2:00 pm Vascular Matrix Calcification
Cecilia Giachelli, University of Washington
Plus 3 selected talks from abstracts
3:30-4:00 pm Coffee Break
(Bayview Foyer and Harbor Island III)
4:00-5:30 pm Concurrent Sessions 5-8
CS5: Carbohydrate and Matrix
Metabolism in Disease States
(Harbor Island I)
Chair: Marian Young
4:00 pm Key Roles of Proteoglycans and
their Partners in Skeletal Homeostasis and
Disease
Marian Young, NIH, NIDCR
Plus 3 selected talks from abstracts
CS6: Basement Membranes
(Nautilus I)
Chair: Taina Pihlajaniemi
4:00 pm Collagen XIII – A Novel
Neuromuscular Junction Component
Taina Pihlajaniemi, University of Oulu
Plus 3 selected talks from abstracts
CS7: Genetics and Gene Expression
Joint American Society for Matrix Biology and Society for Glycobiology Meeting
2012
(Harbor Island II)
Chair: Kelley Moreman
4:00 pm Regulation and Recombinant
Production of Mammalian Glycosylation
Enzymes
Kelley Moreman, University of Georgia
Plus 3 selected talks from abstracts
CS8: Mechanobiology & Biomedical
Engineering
(Nautilus II)
Chair: Thomas Barker
4:00 pm ASMB Junior Investigator
Awardee
Mechanochemical Signaling of the ECM
Thomas Barker, Georgia Institute of
Technology
Plus 3 selected talks from abstracts
6:00-7:30 pm SFG Award Lectures
(Harbor Island I)
Chair: Hudson Freeze
6:15 pm Rosalind Kornfeld Award
Title TBA
TBA
6:45 pm Karl Meyer Award
Title TBA
TBA
6:00-7:30 pm ASMB Award Lectures
(Harbor Island II)
Chairs: Jean Schwarzbauer and ISMB President
Join us for the presentation of the ASMB Junior and
Senior Investigator awards and lecture presentations
by the ASMB Senior and ISMB Distinguished
Investigator Awardees.
6:00 pm ASMB Senior Investigator Award
Collagen IV Glycoprotein: An Essential
Innovation at the Dawn of Tissue
Evolution
Billy Hudson, Vanderbilt University
6:45 pm ISMB Distinguished Investigator
Award
Sponsored by The International Society of
Matrix Biology (ISMB)
Title TBA
TBA
Tuesday, November 13th
7:30-8:30 am Career Mentoring
Breakfast
(room TBA)
7:30-6:00 pm Exhibits
(Harbor Island III)
8:30-10:00 am Plenary III: Biosynthesis,
Secretion and Assembly
(Harbor Island I&II)
Chair: TBA
8:30 am Stabilizing Proteins by NGlycosylating
their Reverse Turns is also a
Prescription for Increased N-Glycosylation
Efficiency
Jeffery Kelly, The Scripps Research Institute
9:00 am Imaging the Secretory Pathway
and its Dynamics
Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, NICHD
9:30 am Collagen Glycosylation
Theirry Hennet, University of Zurich
10:00-10:30 am Coffee Break
(Bayview Foyer and Harbor Island III)
10:30-12:00 pm Plenary IV: Immunology
and Inflammation
(Harbor Island I&II)
Chair: TBA
10:30 am The Lymphocyte Homing
Cascade Updated
Steve Rosen, University of California, San
Francisco
11:00 am Integrins and the Immune
Response
Yoji Shimizu, University of Minnesota
Joint American Society for Matrix Biology and Society for Glycobiology Meeting
2012
11:30 am Regulation of Leukocyte
Migration through Galectin-Glycan
Interactions
Linda Baum, UCLA
12:00-2:00 pm Poster Session II Lunch
(Nautilus III, IV, V)
2:00-2:30 pm ASMB Business Meeting
(Harbor Island I)
Chair: Jean Schwarzbauer
2:00-2:30 pm SFG Business Meeting
(Harbor Island II)
Chair: Hudson Freeze
2:30-4:00 pm Concurrent Sessions 9-12
CS9: Stem/Progenitor Cells and Their
Environment
(Harbor Island I)
Chair: Hiroshi Nakato
2:30 pm Heparan Sulfate Proteoglycans in
Gradients and Niche
Hiroshi Nakato, University of Minnesota
Plus 3 selected talks from abstracts
CS10: Biosynthesis, Protein Folding,
Secretion, and Matrix Assembly
(Nautilus I)
Chair: Lance Wells
2:30 pm Remodeling of Glycans on
Mammalian Cells
Lance Wells, University of Georgia
Plus 3 selected talks from abstracts
CS11: Cancer Microenvironment
(Harbor Island II)
Chair: Rick Cummings
2:30 pm Altered O-Glycan Expression in
Tumor Glycoproteins: Genetics and
Consequences
Rick Cummings, Emory University
Plus 3 selected talks from abstracts
CS12: Chemical Glycobiology/Glycomics
(Nautilus II)
Chair: Linda Hsieh-Wilson
2:30 pm Chemoenzymatic Tools for
Glycan Detection and Their Applications
to Biology
Linda Hsieh-Wilson, Caltech/Howard
Hughes Medical Institute
Plus 3 selected talks from abstracts
4:00-4:30 pm Coffee Break
(Bayview Foyer and Harbor Island III)
4:30-6:00 pm Concurrent Sessions 13-16
CS13: Development
(Harbor Island I)
Chair: Pamela Stanley
4:30 pm Roles for Glycans in Development
Pamela Stanley, Albert Einstein College of
Medicine
Plus 3 selected talks from abstracts
CS14: Fibrosis, Proteolysis, and Tissue
Repair
(Nautilus I)
Chair: Paul Noble
4:30 pm Regulation of Pulmonary Fibrosis
by Hyaluronan Synthase 2
Paul Noble, Duke University
Plus 3 selected talks from abstracts
CS15: TBA
(Harbor Island II)
Chair: TBA
4:30 pm Title TBA
TBA
Plus 3 selected talks from abstracts
CS16: Host-Pathogen Interactions
(Nautilus II)
Chair: Lora Hooper
4:30 pm Lectin-Mediated Defense of the
Intestinal Epithelial Surface
Lora Hooper, UT Southwestern
Joint American Society for Matrix Biology and Society for Glycobiology Meeting
2012
Plus 3 selected talks from abstracts
7:00-10:00 pm TBA Banquet (ticketed
event)
Wednesday, November 14th
7:30-8:30 am Breakfast
(Bayview Foyer and Harbor Island III)
7:30-12:00 pm Exhibits
(Harbor Island III)
8:30-10:00 am Plenary V: Rare
Glycosylation and Matrix Diseases
(Harbor Island I&II)
Chair: TBA
8:30 am The Physiological Function of
Heparan Sulfate: Insights that can be
gained from the study of multiple
hereditary exostoses
Yu Yamaguchi, Sanford Burnham Medical
Research Institute
9:00 am Matrix-Cell Interactions and
Ascending Aortic Aneurysms
Hiromi Yanigasawa, University of Texas
Southwestern Medical Center
9:30 am Exome Sequencing for Novel
Disease Gene Discovery in Families with
Rare Mendelian Phenotypes
Sessions Cole, Washington University, St.
Louis
10:00-10:30 am Coffee Break
(Bayview Foyer and Harbor Island III)
10:30-12:00 pm Plenary VI: Development
and Morphogenesis
(Harbor Island I&II)
Chair: TBA
10:30 am Anchor Cell Invasion in C.
elegans: Pushing a Path through the
Basement Membrane
David Sherwood, Duke University
11:00 am Protein Glycosylation in ECM
formation and Organogenesis
Kelly TenHagen, NIH
11:30 am The Role of MMP-17 Ortholog
in Embryonic Zebrafish Development
Raman Ramachandran, Children's Hospital
of Wisconsin

11 Nov - 14 Nov 2012
San Diego
United States of America
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