LIPID MAPS Annual Meeting 2010: Lipidomics Impact on Cell Biology, Atherosclerosis and Inflammatory Disease
Seaside Forum, University of California, San Diego
8610 Kennel Way
La Jolla, California
Lipidomics Cell Biology, Atherosclerosis and Inflammatory Disease Cell Biology, Atherosclerosis and Inflammatory Disease

     *  Registration Deadline:
       3rd May 2010


   Philip A Beachy, Stanford Univ
   H Alex Brown, Vanderbilt Univ
   Stephen H Bryant, NCBI , NIH
   Catherine Costello, Boston Univ
   Edward A Dennis, UCSD
   William Dowhan, UT-Houston
   Eoin Fahy, UCSD
   Christopher K Glass, UCSD
   Rima Kaddurah-Daouk, Duke Univ
   Alfred H Merrill, Georgia Tech
   Robert C Murphy, Univ Colorado
   Christian RH Raetz, Duke Univ
   David W Russell, UT Southwestern
   Steven Shoelson, Harvard Medical
   Bengt Samuelsson, Karolinska Inst
   Ira Tabas, Columbia University
   Ronald Tompkins, Mass General
   Peter Tontonoz, HHMI , UCLA
   Roger Y Tsien, UCSD
   Joseph L Witztum, UCSD
   Short talks selected from posters

   This meeting brings together biological and biomedical scientists in a
   wide range of fields to share new findings and methods in the broader
   lipidomics field and explore joint efforts to extend the use of these
   powerful methods to new applications. Scientific sessions include:

     *  Membrane Protein Interactions

     *  Lipid Mediators and Inflammatory Disease

     *  Lipids in Cell Biology

     *  Cholesterol and Atherosclerosis

     *  Macrophage Biology

     *  Lipidomics and Informatics

   Poster sessions will take place both days of the meeting.

   8610 Kennel Way, La Jolla, CA, 92037, United States

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Schedule of Presentations:

Monday, May 3, 2010
07:30:00 Registration and Breakfast Buffet
08:30:00 WELCOME Edward A Dennis
08:45:00 I. Membrane Protein Interactions Shelagh Ferguson-Miller
08:50:00 Lipid-protein interactions as a determinant of membrane protein structure and function William Dowhan
09:15:00 Elucidation of prenol lipid pathways by combining genetics and mass spectrometry Christian Raetz
09:45:00 Nuclear sphingolipids and nuclear receptors for sphingolipids Al Merrill
10:15:00 Mass spectrometry based analysis of lipid signaling pathways H Alex Brown
10:45:00 Coffee Break
11:15:00 II. Cell and Tissue Imaging Graham shipley
11:20:00 Advances in cellular imaging Roger Y. Tsien
11:45:00 Imaging of lipids by MALDI mass spectrometry Robert C. Murphy
12:15:00 Meeting Photo
12:30:00 Lunch and Poster Session
14:30:00 III. Lipid Mediators and Inflammatory Disease Alan Aderem
14:35:00 COX-2, colitis and cancer Harvey R Herschman
15:00:00 Inflammation and the host response to injury Ronald G. Tompkins
15:30:00 Role of eicosanoids in inflammatory diseases Edward A Dennis
16:00:00 Coffee and snacks
16:30:00 IV. Lipids in Cell Biology Sarah Spiegel
16:35:00 Role of lipids in hedgehog signaling Philip A Beachy
17:00:00 Novel lipidomics Cathy Costello
17:30:00 V. Short Talks I* Rober Yu
17:35:00 TBD
17:45:00 TBD
18:00:00 Reception | Scripps Seaside Forum Terrace, University of California San Diego
18:45:00 Dinner | Scripps Seaside Forum, University of California San Diego
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
07:30:00 Breakfast Buffet
08:30:00 VI. Cholesterol and Atherosclerosis Simin Nikbin Meydani
08:35:00 Control of cholesterol homeostasis by LXRs Peter Tontonoz
09:00:00 Innate protein recognition of oxidation-specific epitopes: potential importance in health and disease Joseph L. Witztum
09:30:00 Sterol analysis in mammalian cells and tissues David Russell
10:00:00 Coffee Break
10:30:00 VII. Macrophage Biology Walter Shaw
10:35:00 Foam cells and immunology of obesity Steven Shoelson
11:00:00 Adaptive suppression of the unfolded protein response by toll-like receptor signaling Ira Tabas
11:30:00 Oxysterol-dependent regulation of macrophage gene expression Christopher K. Glass
12:00:00 Lunch and Poster Session
14:00:00 VIII. Metabolomics, Clinical Networks and Informatics Shankar Subramaniam
14:05:00 Metabolomics network for drug response phenotype Rima Kaddurah-Daouk
14:30:00 NCBI, PubChem and integration with LIPID MAPS Steve Bryant
15:00:00 Bioinformatics for mammalian lipidomics Eoin Fahy
15:30:00 IX. Short Talks II* Steve White
15:35:00 TBD
15:45:00 TBD
16:00:00 Final Comments and Adjournment Edward A Dennis
16:15:00 Coffee and snacks
16:15:00 Advisory Committee Meeting
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