Biotech China 2014
BIT's 2nd Annual World Congress of Immunodiseases and Therapy 2011
Guangzhou Baiyun International Convention Center
1039-1045 South of Baiyun Avenue (Baiyun Dadao Nan) Guangzhou, China
Guangzhou, China
http://www.bitlifesciences.com/wcit2011/programcommittee.asp
It is our privilege to invite you to BIT's 2nd Annual World Congress of Immunodiseases and Therapy with a theme of "The Master Keys to Immune System", which will be held during NOV. 18-20, 2011 in Guangzhou, China.

After 9 years of operation, we are honored to expand diversified life science conferences by BIT World Congress (Dalian) Inc.. During the Congress, we would like to present the achievements of both breaking research on Immunodiseases, clinical immunology, drug R & D, Veterinary Immunology, Food Immunology, Agricultural/Aquacultural immunology and diseases control along with the emerging innovative technologies. We hope that this year Congress will be an important event for global immunologists and biotech entrepreneurs to discuss and exchange ideas, advanced immunotherapy, which will help to update the current advances in the fascinating area of immunology.

We would like to welcome especially our international colleagues. During the last thirty years China not only changed its political system, but also march into dynamic and highly efficient economic system with a most fast-pace growing environment for globalization. It is very clear when we look into the basic biosciences which are booming in our country, and immunology is flourishing as well. Guangzhou (Canton), a prosperous metropolis full of vigor, is the capital city of Guangdong Province located along the south coastline of China. Being an excellent port on the Pearl River navigable to the South China Sea, and with fast accessibility to Hong Kong and Macau, Guangzhou serves as the political, economic, scientific, educational and cultural center in Guangdong area. The city is especially prosperous in commerce, tourism, dining, finance and real estate. For travelers, Guangzhou shows much attraction through its famous sights such as the Five Ram Statue in Yuexiu Park, Pearl River and White Cloud Mountain.

We hope that our work will inspire your confidence and encourage you to collaborate with scientists from all over the world.

We are looking forward to see you in Guangzhou.

http://www.bitlifesciences.com/wcit2011/programcommittee.asp

Schedule of Presentations:

Friday, November 18, 2011
09:00:00 Opening Ceremony
09:10:00 TAP-novel Targets for Vaccine Development in Cancer and Infectious Disease
09:40:00 Drug Development Based on Patient Studies ex vivo Pieter Spee
10:10:00 The Clinical Dilemma – performing Successful Trials in Lupus
10:40:00 Advanced Applications of Slide-based Cytometry in Tissue Sections and Adherent Cell Culture Monolayers Using TissueFAXS Rupert Ecker
13:25:00 Track 1-1 | Multi-dimensional Biosciences Meet Classical Immunology David G. Haegert, Chack-Yung Yu
13:25:00 Track 5-1 | Translational Immunology and Innovative Technology
13:30:00 Chair's Introduction
13:35:00 Track 5-1 | Translational Immunology and Innovative Technology | A New Search Engine for Rapid Discovery of New and Safe Therapeutics
13:35:00 Dissection of the Pathogen- and Cell-type Specific Immune Response in the Mammary Gland Hans-Martin Seyfert
14:00:00 Track 5-1 | Translational Immunology and Innovative Technology | Modernization of Chinese Medicine – What Does It Mean?
14:00:00 Copy-number Variations of Immune Effector Genes in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus and Healthy Subjects Chack-Yung Yu
14:25:00 Track 5-1 | Translational Immunology and Innovative Technology | Depressed Asthmatic Children Evidence Airway Compromise Under Stress: Physiologic Findings and Immunologic Implications
14:25:00 HLA Diversity and Its Consequence in the Activity of the Bone Marrow Donor Registries, the Significance of Ethnical Variability
14:50:00 Multiple Sclerosis: A Disorder of Altered T-cell Homeostasis David G. Haegert
14:50:00 Track 5-1 | Translational Immunology and Innovative Technology | Making Nanospheres of DNA and RNA and Their Insertion into Cells
15:15:00 Coffee Break
15:15:00 Track 5-1 | Translational Immunology and Innovative Technology | Coffee Break
15:30:00 Track 5-1 | Translational Immunology and Innovative Technology | Molecular Targets for Immunotherapy of Pediatric Brain Tumor
15:30:00 Ischemia-reperfusion Injury Associated with Liver Transplantation in 2011: Past and Future. Adiponectin, a Potential Target in Steatotic Liver Transplantation
15:55:00 Structural Immunology, HIV-1, and Vaccine Development Peter D. Kwong
16:20:00 TLR7/9 Agonists Enhance Therapeutic IFNß-1a’s Effect on the Induction of Immunomodulatory Cytokine Secretion via Restoring an Insufficient IFNAR/TLR Signaling in Monocytes Derived from Patients with RR MS
16:45:00 The Specific Immune Response to Tumor Antigen CP1 and Its Correlation with Improved Survival in Colon Cancer Patients
Saturday, November 19, 2011
08:25:00 Track 3-1 | Immunodiseases and Therapy Liwu Li, Lisbet Groes
08:25:00 Track 2-1 | Molecular and Cellular Basis of Immunodiseases
08:30:00 Track 3-1 | Immunodiseases and Therapy | Chair's Introduction
08:30:00 Chair's Introduction
08:35:00 Track 3-1 | Immunodiseases and Therapy | Anti-3S Vaccine : Towards an Immunoprotective Therapeutic Vaccine for HIV Infection Joel Crouzet
08:35:00 Role of the Akt Signaling in the Regulation of CD4 T Cells in Lentivirus Infection
09:00:00 Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA), a Long Chain Poly Unsaturated Fatty Acid and Its Mechanisms of Anti-inflammation
09:00:00 Track 3-1 | Immunodiseases and Therapy | Specific Immunotherapy - in Treatment of Allergy and Asthma Lisbet Groes
09:25:00 HPV Infection and Cancer: Hypotheses About Virus/Host Interactions
09:25:00 Track 3-1 | Immunodiseases and Therapy | Coordinate Posttranscriptional Regulation of Critical Genes for Allergy and Asthma
09:50:00 Track 3-1 | Immunodiseases and Therapy | Molecular and Cellular Mechanism of Low Grade Chronic Inflammation Liwu Li
09:50:00 MT3: A Novel Leukocyte Surface Molecule Associated with the CD3/TCR Complex
10:15:00 Track 3-1 | Immunodiseases and Therapy | Coffee Break
10:15:00 Coffee Break
10:30:00 Track 3-1 | Immunodiseases and Therapy | Systematic Study of Immunodominant CD8+ T Cell Responses to Influenza a Virus in Healthy Individuals
10:55:00 Track 3-1 | Immunodiseases and Therapy | Fluorescent Studies of Human Blood Plasma Albumin Alterations and Lymphocytes Subpopulations in Colorectal Cancer Patients
11:20:00 Track 3-1 | Immunodiseases and Therapy | Role of IL-17/IL-17R Axis in Mediating Inflammation-Induced Tumor Growth Jun Wang
11:45:00 Track 3-1 | Immunodiseases and Therapy | Clinical and Immunological Features of Atopic Dermatitis in the Elderly
12:10:00 Track 3-1 | Immunodiseases and Therapy | Comparison of Therapeutic Efficacy of Topical Corticosteroid and Oral Zinc Sulfate-Topical Corticosteroid Combination in the Treatment of Vitiligo Patients: a Clinical Trial
13:25:00 Track 4-1 | Autoimmunity, Diseases and Therapy William G Kerr, Jose Freire
13:30:00 Track 5-1 | Translational Immunology and Innovative Technology | Chair's Introduction
13:30:00 Track 4-1 | Autoimmunity, Diseases and Therapy | Chair's Introduction
13:35:00 Track 4-1 | Autoimmunity, Diseases and Therapy | Autoimmune Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura: Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Immune-based Therapies
14:00:00 Track 4-1 | Autoimmunity, Diseases and Therapy | PDE4 Inhibitors as Therapeutic Agents for the Treatment of Chronic Inflammation and Autoimmune Disorders Jose Freire
14:25:00 Track 4-1 | Autoimmunity, Diseases and Therapy | Autoimmune Disease and The Placenta Danny Schust
14:50:00 Track 4-1 | Autoimmunity, Diseases and Therapy | Mechanism of Disease Relapses in Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis
15:15:00 Track 4-1 | Autoimmunity, Diseases and Therapy | Coffee Break
15:30:00 Track 4-1 | Autoimmunity, Diseases and Therapy | Application of SHIP Inhibitors in Cancer and Stem Cell Transplantation William G Kerr
15:55:00 Track 4-1 | Autoimmunity, Diseases and Therapy | Androgen Ablation Mitigates Defect of B Cells to a Prostate Cancer and Increase Survival Rate of TRAMP Mice
16:20:00 Track 4-1 | Autoimmunity, Diseases and Therapy | Tissue-specific Autoantibodies in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
16:45:00 Track 4-1 | Autoimmunity, Diseases and Therapy | MHC-Restricted, Non-MHC-Dependent Activation of GAD65-Specific Autoreactive T Cells in Non-obese Diabetic Mice
Sunday, November 20, 2011
08:25:00 Track 2-2 | T Cell Regulation, Th17 Cells and Diseases Kamal D. Moudgil, Alexander. L. Dent
08:30:00 Chair's Introduction
08:35:00 Transcriptional Control of T Helper Cell Function and the Role of Micro-RNAs Alexander. L. Dent
09:00:00 Immune Regulation in Patients with Blood Disorders Maria Yazdanbakhsh
09:25:00 Kynurenine 3-Monooxygenase Mediates Inhibition of Th17 Differentiation via Catabolism of Endogenous Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Ligands
09:50:00 T Regulatory Cell Immunotherapy for Tolerance Induction
10:15:00 Coffee Break
10:30:00 Molecular Mimicry and Interleukin-27 are Involved in Modulation of Autoimmune Arthritis by Microbial Components Kamal D. Moudgil
10:55:00 The Role of Hypoxia-inducible Factor 1 in the Regulating the Balance Between Treg and TH17 Differentiation
11:20:00 Th17 Cells in Autoimmune Disease
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