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The Eighth International Workshop in South Korea

Meeting Date: June 1-4, 2010

Place: Daemyung Resort in Seorak, South Korea

The 2010 International Workshop on the Molecular Biology of Stress Responses was held in South Korea. The workshop was organized by members of the newly formed Korean Cell Stress Society (KCSS) in association with the CSSI. The meeting venue was the Daemyung Resort in Seorak, a particularly beautiful area of South Korea.  There were approximately 100 participants.
A meeting report will be published in Cell Stress & Chaperones soon.  Two image galleries from the workshop are shown below. One gallery shows award winners and the other shows a selection of images from the mountain venue and the meeting.  The photographers were Robert M. Tanguay (RMT) and Harm Kampinga (HK).

Galleries

Awards

Scenery

Speakers

Antonio De Maio – University of California San Diego, USA – Stress Observation System (SOS), a novel mechanism for cellular  communication during stress conditions.

Cristina Bonorino – Instituto de Pesquisas Biomédicas, PUCRS, Brazil - Induction of T reg cells by mycobacterial Hsp70 suppresses allograft rejection

Harm Kampinga – University of Groningen, The Netherlands – Functional differentiation oF the human HSPA, DNAJB, and HSPB family members: implications for folding diseases and ageing

Toshihiko Torigoe – Sapporo Medical University School of Medicine – A novel DNAJ family protein is a cancer initiating cell antigen: a potent molecular target for cancer immunotherapy

André-Patrick Arrigo – Claude Bernard University, Lyon 1, France – Dynamic processes that reflect anti-apoptotic strategies set up by HspB1 (Hsp27)

Claudina Rodrigues-Pousada – Genomics and Stress Laboratory, ITQB, Portugal – Iron homeostasis in yeast cells

Jinoh Kim – University of California, Davis Medical Center, USA – A protein export defect from the endoplasmic reticulum causes aberrant craniofacial development

Robert M. Tanguay – Université Laval, Canada – Protection from aging and stress by small mitochondrial chaperones

Ivor J. Benjamin – University of Utah School of Medicine, USA – Small HSPs and oxido-reductive stress in health and disease

Boris Margulis – Russian Academy of Science, Russia -  New insight on the role of Hsp70 chaperone in polyglutamine repeat-associated pathologies

Irina Guzhova – Russian Academy of Science, Russia – Molecular chaperones as a potent anticonvulsant drugs: effect in animal models and possible mechanism.

Kazuhiro Nagata – Kyoto University, Japan - Regulation of electron transfer networks among endoplasmic reticulum oxidoreductases

M. Alejandro Barbieri – Florida International University, USA – Activation of the small GTPase Rab5 during Pseudomonas aeruginosa invasion

Alexzander A. A. Asea – Scott & White Memorial Hospital and Clinic and The Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine, USA – Lentivirus-mediated silencing of Hsp25 inhibits tumor growth and metastasis via CD8+ cytotoxic T lymphocytes

Linda Hendershot – St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, USA - Protein folding in the ER: Life and death decisions

Zengyi Chang – Peking University, China - The immediate activation of bacterial stress proteins in response to stress conditions

Tohru Mizushima – Kumamoto University, Japan – Protective role for HSP70 against various diseases

Virginia L. Vega – University of California San Diego, USA – Diabetes type 1-derived macrophages, heat shock and heat shock proteins: The perfect mixture that may resolve an old problem

Laura Santambrogio – Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA - Microautophagy of cytosolic proteins by late endosomes: Role of Hsc70

Hitoshi Nakamoto – Saitama University, Japan – Function of prokaryotic Hsp90, a forgotten chaperone

Alberto J. L. Macario – University of Maryland School of Medicine, USA – Human Hsp60/CCT chaperonopathies


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