Creating innovative science for resolution of inflammation: Resilience and entropy of inflamed tissue. -Grant-in-Aid for Transformative Research Areas(B)



Symposium 04 Introduction to Innovative Science for “Resolution of Inflammation”:SFI-JSI Joint Session

We are glad to announce our SFI-JSI Joint Symposium at 51st JSI on 7 December. Five impressive lectures will be given by Prof. Ramesh Shivdasani (Harvard Medical School, USA), Prof. Gérard Eberl (Institut Pasteur, France), Prof. Kiyoshi Hirahara (Chiba University), Prof. Miyako Tanaka (Nagoya University), and Prof. Satoko Arai (The University of Tokyo) focusing on the initiation, perpetuation, and resolution of inflammation. We sincerely appreciate invaluable contributions to the symposium.

Symposium 04 Room D 9:00 ~ 11:30 December 7
S04. Introduction to Innovative Science for “Resolution of Inflammation”: SFI-JSI Joint Session
Satoko Arai (Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo)
Yohei Mikami (Keio University School of Medicine)
Overview talk: Resolution of inflammation: D’où venons-nous ? Que sommes-nous ? Où allons-nous ?
Yohei Mikami
Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology Department of Internal Medicine, Keio University School
9:00~9:35 S04-01: Delineation, birth, and self-organization of the intestinal stem cell niche
Ramesh Shivdasani
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School, Boston, United States
9:35~10:10 S04-02: Regulation of hypothalamic functions by microbiota and inflammation
Gerard Eberl
Institut Pasteur, Paris, France
10:10~10:35 S04-03: Pathological inflammatory memories – Immune-neuro interaction shapes the transformation of inflamed tissue –
Kiyoshi Hirahara
Department of Immunology, Graduate School of Medicine, Chiba University
10:35~11:00 S04-04: Cell death-induced chronic inflammation and metabolic changes in macrophage
Miyako Tanaka
Department of Molecular Medicine and Metabolism, Research Institute of Environmental Medicine, Nagoya University, Nagoya
11:00~11:25 S04-05: A role of the phagocytic removal system in resolution of inflammation and its therapeutic implication
Satoko Arai
Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan / The Institute for AIM Medicine, Tokyo, Japan