Day 2 (August 20(Mon))

Session Title
Time Type Speaker
[2101] Malaria: Understanding host cell biology
Room : 325A / 10:30 ~ 12:30
10:30 ~ 11:00 Keynote Malaria parasites in the bone marrow niche: Biology and translation
Matthias Marti (University of Glasgow, UK)
11:00 ~ 11:15 Presenter Reticulocyte biochemical profiling reveals potential host determinants for Plasmodium infectivity
Rajesh Chandramohanadas (SUTD, Singapore)
11:15 ~ 11:30 Presenter CD98 is a host receptor during Plasmodium vivax invasion of human reticulocytes
Benoit Malleret (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
11:30 ~ 11:45 Presenter Delayed death in the malaria parasite: Prenylation dependant disruption of intracellular trafficking
Kit Kennedy (The University of Melbourne, Australia)
11:45 ~ 12:00 Presenter Export to malaria-infected RBC cytosol of PTP5, a PEXEL protein, is dependent on its C-terminus interaction with PfPV1 derived from merozoite dense granule
Masayuki Morita (Ehime University, Japan)
12:00 ~ 12:15 Presenter Comparative mapping of Plasmodium proteomes provides new insights into erythrocyte remodeling
Peter Preiser (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
[2102] Pyramax a new fixed-dose ACT to fight against P. ,falciparum and P. vivax malaria
Room : 325B / 10:30 ~ 12:30
10:30 ~ 11:10 Keynote TBA
Éric Mukomena Sompwe
11:10 ~ 11:50 Presenter Safety and efficacy of retreatment of acute uncomplicated Plasmodium malaria with pyronaridine-artesunate compared to first line drugs over a two-year period in children and adult patients in West Africa​
Jean-Bosco Ouedraogo (Institut de Recherche en Sciences de la Santé, Burkina Faso)
[2103] Leishmania donovani-induced leishmaniasis: Clinical disease, pathology and pathogenesis
Room : 320A / 10:30 ~ 12:30
10:30 ~ 11:00 Keynote Determinants for progression from asymptomatic infection to symptomatic visceral leishmaniasis: A cohort study
Shyam Sundar (Banaras Hindu University, India)
11:00 ~ 11:15 Presenter Vector-borne parasitic disease trends in Sri Lanka: Successes and challenges
Nadira Karunaweera (University of Colombo, Sri Lanka)
11:15 ~ 11:30 Presenter Combating visceral leishmaniasis: Immunomodulation and disease suppression by homeopathic drug - An experimental study
Sukhbir Kaur (Parasitology Laboratory, India)
11:30 ~ 11:45 Presenter Current situation of kala-azar elimination in India and challenges ahead with particular reference to northeastern states
Abdul Mabood Khan (ICMR-RMRC, India)
11:45 ~ 12:00 Presenter An attempt towards identification of clinical and genetic determinants of outcome of leishmaniasis in Sri Lanka
Nadira Karunaweera (University of Colombo, Sri Lanka)
[2104] Toxoplasma: Past and beyond
Room : 320B / 10:30 ~ 12:30
10:30 ~ 11:00 Keynote Toxoplasma gondii infection in domestic animals: Beyond mouse model
Yasuhiro Takashima (Gifu University, Japan)
11:00 ~ 11:15 Presenter Critical roles of pyruvate kinases in Toxoplasma central carbon metabolism
Bang Shen (Huazhong Agricultural University, China)
11:15 ~ 11:30 Presenter A novel Golgi-resident phosphatidylinositol synthase is essential for the lytic cycle of Toxoplasma gondii
Bingjian Ren (Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany)
11:30 ~ 11:45 Presenter An unusual multifunctional protein with P-type ATPase and guanylate cyclase motifs located at the apical end governs the lytic cycle of Toxoplasma gondii
Özlem Günay-Esiyok (Humboldt University, Germany)
11:45 ~ 12:00 Presenter Effect of metacytofilin against Toxoplasma gondii: A new drug candidate for toxoplasmosis therapy
Yoshifumi Nishikawa (Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Japan)
12:00 ~ 12:15 Presenter An effector IRG is a critical factor mediating interferon-γ-induced ubiquitin decoration of Toxoplasma gondii parasitophorous vacuoles
Youngae Lee (Osaka University, Japan)
12:15 ~ 12:30 Presenter Manipulation of host Akt signaling pathway benefits Toxoplasma gondii growth in ocular system
Guang Ho Cha (Chungnam National University, Korea)
[2105] Experimental studies of anti-inflammatory properties of helminths
Room : 321A / 10:30 ~ 12:30
10:30 ~ 11:10 Keynote Impact of Taenia crassiceps infection and its excreted-secreted products on the development of inflammatory-mediated diseases
Luis I Terrrazas (FES-Iztacala, National University of Mexico, Mexico)
11:10 ~ 11:30 Presenter Helminth-induced suppression of autoimmunity through activation of regulatory T cells
Hajime Hisaeda (National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Japan)
11:30 ~ 11:50 Presenter Manipulating the host: Investigating intestinal targets of Heligmosomoides polygyrus excretory-secretory products
Claire Drurey (University of Glasgow, UK)
11:50 ~ 12:10 Presenter Proteomic analysis of Necator americanus excretory secretory products and their potential in treating colitis
Jayden Logan (James Cook University, Australia)
12:10 ~ 12:30 Presenter Inverse association between atopy and the presence of Trichuris trichiura infection: A study in urban schoolchildren of Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia
Sitti Wahyuni (Hasanuddin University, Indonesia)
[2106] Molecular helminthology: From genome to structure and function
Room : 321B / 10:30 ~ 12:30
10:30 ~ 11:00 Keynote Caenorhabditis elegans as a platform for comprehensive understanding of nematode biology
Paul Sternberg (California Institute of Technology, USA)
11:00 ~ 11:15 Presenter Helminth glycomics and the role of glycans in host-parasite interaction
Cornelis Hokke (Leiden University Medical Center, Netherlands)
11:15 ~ 11:30 Presenter Recent advances in post-genomic research of socioeconomically important parasitic helminths
Erich Schwarz (Cornell University, USA)
11:30 ~ 11:45 Presenter Small peptide mediated self-recognition prevents cannibalism in predatory nematodes
Ralf Sommer (Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, Germany)
11:45 ~ 12:00 Presenter The significance of accurate gene curation for molecular explorations of parasites
Andreas Stroehlein (The University of Melbourne, Australia)
12:00 ~ 12:15 Presenter Absence of meiotic recombination in the sex chromatin of the nematode Strongyloides papillosus
Adrian Streit (Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, Germany)
12:15 ~ 12:30 Presenter Genetic variation among liver flukes across an altitudinal gradient in Northeast India
Damanbha Lyngdoh (Saint Anthony's College, India)
[2107] Food borne zoonotic parasites and One health concept (supported by DIM1HEALTH)
Room : 322A / 10:30 ~ 12:30
10:30 ~ 11:00 Keynote New challenges in Asia to fight against food-borne zoonotic parasites
Liu Mingyuan (Jilin University, China)
11:00 ~ 11:15 Presenter Characterization of antigenic properties of a serine protease of Trichinella spiralis involved in the invasive stage of the parasite
Yong Yang (Jilin University, China)
11:15 ~ 11:30 Presenter Effects of Trichinella pseudospiralis serine protease inhibitors on activation and differentiation of macrophage
Ning Xu (Jilin University, China)
11:30 ~ 11:45 Presenter Prevalence of Clonorchis sinensis infection in residents and fish in Fuyu City, Jilin Province, China
Bin Tang (Jilin University, China)
11:45 ~ 12:00 Presenter Trichinella world” in Serbia and Southeastern Europe - Under the watchful eye of Europ
Ljiljana Sofronic-Milosavljevic (Institute for the Application of Nuclear Energy INEP, University of Belgrade, Serbia)
12:00 ~ 12:15 Presenter Food safety: Detection and identification of parasites in water products by aptamers and LAMP
Amandine Hauer (Bioeasy, China)
[2108] Parasites of aquatic organisms in a changing world
Room : 322B / 10:30 ~ 12:30
10:00 ~ 10:30 Keynote Current range extension of some economically important marine parasites: Assessing possible drivers and impact on fisheries
Arne Levsen (Institute of Marine Research, Norway)
10:30 ~ 11:00 Keynote Parasite loss or parasite gain? Story of Contracaecum nematodes in antipodean waters
Shokoofeh Shamsi (Charles Sturt University, Australia)
11:00 ~ 11:30 Presenter The biodiversity of Amazonian fish parasites in Acre State, Brazil: Do land-use and rainfall have an impact?
Cláudia Portes Santos (Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Brazil)
11:30 ~ 11:45 Presenter Marine fish parasites as biological tools in a changing world: What we can expect for the South Eastern Pacific Ocean?
Marcelo Oliva (Universidad de Antofagasta, Chile)
11:45 ~ 12:00 Presenter Climate change and parasite transmission in snail hosts inhabiting Humboldt Current System
Teresa Gonzalez (University of Antofagasta, Chile)
12:15 ~ 12:30 Presenter Seasonal occurrence of Cardicola orientalis, the blood fluke of Pacific bluefin tuna, in the polychaete intermediate host
Kazuo Ogawa (Meguro Parasitological Museum, Japan)
12:30 ~ 12:45 Presenter Molecular diagnostics for verifying an etiological agent of emaciation disease in cultured olive flounder Paralichthys olivaceus in Korea
Sang Phil Shin (Jeju National University, Korea)
12:45 ~ 13:00 Presenter Biodiversity of Anisakid nematodes from the Antarctic sea, over a temporal scale level: A tool for monitoring the habitat disturbance of marine ecosystems?
Simonetta Mattiucci (Sapienza University of Rome, Italy)
[2109] Traditional medicine for parasitic diseases
Room : 323A / 10:30 ~ 12:30
10:30 ~ 11:00 Keynote Role of government and international academic bodies for rational development and use of traditional medicines
Kiichiro Tsutani (Tokyo Ariake University of Medical and Health Sciences, Japan)
11:00 ~ 11:15 Presenter Japanese herbal medicine (Kampo) based antimalarial drug development
Shusaku Mizukami (Nagasaki University, Japan)
11:15 ~ 11:30 Presenter In vivo anthelmintic efficacy of Senna alata against Hymenolepis diminuta (cestode) in rat model
Saptarshi Roy (Visva-Bharati University, India)
11:30 ~ 11:45 Presenter In vitro inhibitionof Cryptosporidium parvum by sesquiterpene lactone containing chicory (Cichorium intybus cv. Spadona) root and leaf extracts
Ian Woolsey (Norwegian Veterinary Institue, Norway)
11:45 ~ 12:00 Presenter Evaluation of biological response modifying and immunotherapeutic effects of Ficus religiosa derived extracts against coccidiosis in chickens
Masood Akhtar (Bahauddin Zakariya University, Pakistan)
12:00 ~ 12:15 Presenter Antimalarial efficacy of Bergenia ciliata (Haw.) Sternb. (Saxifragaceae) used in traditional medicine
Neha Walter (Panjab University, India)
[2110] Anthelmintic resistance: Problems and solutions
Room : 323B / 10:30 ~ 12:30
10:30 ~ 11:15 Keynote New anthelmintic resistance challenges and opportunities
Roger Prichard (McGill University, Canada)
11:15 ~ 11:40 Presenter Targeting detoxification network to increase anthelmintic efficacy in parasitic nematodes
Anne Lespine (INRA, France)
11:40 ~ 12:05 Presenter A reverse vaccinology approach for identifying STH vaccine candidates
Makedonka Mitreva (Washington University, USA)
12:05 ~ 12:30 Presenter Current status on the development and use of nematode vaccines as an alternative for anthelmintics
Peter Geldhof (Ghent University, Belgium)
[IFTM] IFTM 30th Anniversary Symposium on - Challenging human parasitic disease scenarios
Room : 306A / 10:30 ~ 12:30
12:00 ~ 12:30 [Round Table] Interactive Open Round Table
10:30 ~ 11:00 Keynote Parasitic diseases in Tropical Medicine: past, present and the future challenging scenario
Santigo Mas-coma, Malcolm Jones, Caudio Riverio (CNRS - CIRAD - Kasetsart University, Thailand)
11:00 ~ 12:00 Keynote Updating the NTDs WHO roadmap
Albis F. Gabrielli (WHO, Switzerland)
[IFTM] IFTM 30th Anniversary Symposium on - Malaria in the world today
Room : 315 / 13:30 ~ 15:30
15:00 ~ 15:30 [Round table] Interactive Open Round Table
13:30 ~ 14:00 Keynote Epidemiology of malaria in Asia: Spread of artemisinin resistance under low endemic settings
Shigeyuki Kano (National Center for Global Health and Medicine, Japan)
14:00 ~ 14:30 Keynote Zoonotic malaria transmission: A new kind of human malaria in the Brazilian Atlantic forest
Claudio Ribeiro (Instituto Oswaldo, Brazil)
14:30 ~ 15:00 Keynote Residual malaria transmission and misbehaving in the Lake Victoria basin, Kenya
Akira Kaneko (Karolinska Institutet, Sweden)
[2201] New insights into malaria immunology and pathogenesis: Lessons from experimental malaria models (2)
Room : 325A / 15:30 ~ 17:30
16:30 ~ 16:50 Organizer γδ T cell-related protective immunity against Plasmodium berghei
Shin-Ichi Inoue (Kyorin University School of Medicine, Japan)
15:30 ~ 16:10 Keynote Malaria vaccine trials: Bridging animal and human studies
Patrick Duffy (National Institutes of Health, National Institue of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, USA)
16:10 ~ 16:30 Presenter Host-parasite relationship in malaria - Parasites' evasion and hosts' protection
Hajime Hisaeda (National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Japan)
16:50 ~ 17:10 Presenter Regulation of the protective immune responses by IL-27 during malaria infection
Katsuyuki Yui (Nagasaki University, Japan)
17:10 ~ 17:30 Presenter Regulation of the germinal center reaction during experimental malaria
Noah Butler (University of Iowa, USA)
[2202] Plasmodium vivax: From basic biology to public health
Room : 325B / 15:30 ~ 17:30
15:30 ~ 16:00 Keynote A new entry pathway for Plasmodium vivax into reticulocytes
Wai-Hong Tham (The Walter and Eliza Hall, Australia)
16:00 ~ 16:15 Presenter Integrated transcriptomic, proteomic and epigenomic analysis of Plasmodium vivax salivary-gland sporozoites
Aaron Jex (The Walter and Eliza Hall, Australia)
16:15 ~ 16:30 Presenter Impact of expanding levels of malaria control interventions on Plasmodium vivax: A mathematical modelling study
Michael White (Institut Pasteur, France)
16:30 ~ 16:45 Presenter Exosomes in Plasmodium vivax malaria: Why all this excitement?
Hernando A del Portillo (ICREA Research Professor at Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal) & Institut d’Investigació Germans Trias i Pujol (IGTP, Spain)
16:45 ~ 17:00 Presenter Development of serological markers for detecting recent exposure to Plasmodium vivax malaria
Ivo Mueller (Walter and Eliza Hall, Australia)
[2204] Trichomoniasis and giardiasis
Room : 320B / 15:30 ~ 17:30
15:30 ~ 16:00 Keynote Observations on cytoadherence of Trichomonas vaginalis
Jung-Hsiang Tai (IBMS, Academia Sinica, Chinese Taipei)
16:00 ~ 16:15 Presenter Epigenome mapping highlights chromatin-mediated gene regulation in the protozoan parasite Trichomonas vaginalis
Hyoung Pyo Kim (Yonsei University, Korea)
16:15 ~ 16:30 Presenter Involvement of mast cell in proliferation of prostate stromal cell in response to Trichomonas vaginalis infection
Jae-Sook Ryu (Hanyang University, Korea)
16:30 ~ 16:45 Presenter Targeting of tail-anchored proteins to T. vaginalis hydrogenosomes
Petr Rada (Charles University in Prague, Czech)
16:45 ~ 17:00 Presenter Determinants of translation efficiency in Trichomonas vaginalis
Shuqi Wang (The University of Auckland, New Zealand)
17:00 ~ 17:15 Presenter Phosphorylation of Giardia lamblia end-binding 1 protein by Giardia lamblia aurora kinase is important in Giardia cytokinesis
Juri Kim (Yonsei University, Korea)
17:15 ~ 17:30 Presenter Advanced CRISPR/Cas9-mediated disruption systems in Giardia lamblia
Chin-Hung Sun (National Taiwan University, Chinese Taipei)
17:30 ~ 17:45 Presenter Prevalence of trichomoniasis in women referred to clinical centers in south of Tehran, Iran during years 2015-2016
Akram AzamBakhtiar (Tehran University of Medical Science, Iran)
[2203] Leishmania and Trypanosoma: Recent updates
Room : 320A / 15:30 ~ 17:30
15:30 ~ 15:45 Presenter Viscerotropic leishmaniasis: Current status
Fatemeh Ghaffarifar (Tarbiat Modares University, Iran)
15:45 ~ 16:00 Presenter Over expression of gene encoding HSP60 of filarial parasite Brugia malayi and its evaluation as a vaccine candidate against visceral leishmaniasis
Vikas Kushwaha (Panjab university, India)
16:00 ~ 16:15 Presenter Biochemical characterization, crystal structure and site-directed mutagenesis study of Trypanosoma brucei acetate:succinate CoA transferase
Kota Mochizuki (Nagasaki University, Japan)
16:15 ~ 16:30 Presenter Biochemical and structural characterizations of a non-canonical isocitrate dehydrogenase with activity towards NADP and NAD localized in Trypanosoma brucei glycosomes
Xinying Wang (the University of Tokyo, Japan)
16:30 ~ 16:45 Presenter The kinetoplast DNA transcriptome and RNA editing in Trypanosoma lewisi, a neglected zoonotic pathogen
Su-Jin Li (Sun Yat-sen University, China)
16:45 ~ 17:00 Presenter A mitochondrial malic enzyme is responsible for glucose production and proliferation of Leishmania in low glucose environment
Dipon Mondal (Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Kolkata, India)
17:00 ~ 17:15 Presenter Genome structure of the maxicircle of Zelonia australiensis kinetoplast and the evolutionary origins of the Leishmaniinae
Alexa Kaufer (University of Technology Sydney, Australia)
17:15 ~ 17:30 Presenter Chromosomal and biological characteristics of blood kissing bugs Triatoma rubrofasciata in Central Vietnam
Hieu Ho Viet (Duy Tan University, Vietnam)
17:30 ~ 17:45 Presenter Gamma-glutamylcysteine synthetase and tryparedoxin control the antioxidant system in Trypanosoma cruzi and provide drug resistance and higher infectivity
Zabdi González (National Institute of Cardiology, Mexico., Mexico)
[2205] Toxoplasmosis: association with mental disorders and other advances
Room : 321A / 15:30 ~ 17:30
15:30 ~ 16:00 Presenter Toxoplasmosis and brain changes with special emphasis on bipolar disorders
Fabrizio Bruschi (PISA, Italy)
16:00 ~ 16:15 Presenter Transcriptomics reveals roles of Toll-like receptor 2 and CC chemokine receptor 5 against Toxoplasma gondii infection in primary mouse brain cells
Kousuke Umeda (Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Japan)
16:15 ~ 16:30 Presenter Toxoplasma Chinese 1 strain with rop16I/III-/- and gra15II genetic background contributes to abnormal pregnant outcomes in murine model
Jilong Shen (Anhui Medical University, China)
16:30 ~ 16:45 Presenter Companion cats and their owners: Interrelation between seroprevalence of Toxoplasma infection in cats and epidemiological risk factors in owners
Bourdeau Patrick (Veterinary School of Nantes - ONIRIS, France)
[2206] Heterophyids and other minute intestinal flukes causing human infections
Room : 321B / 15:30 ~ 17:30
15:30 ~ 16:00 Keynote Molecular techniques for the study and diagnosis of trematodes in Family Heterophyidae in Thailand
Nattawadee Nantarat (Chiang Mai University, Thailand)
16:00 ~ 16:30 Keynote Heterophyid flukes infecting humans in Thailand
Jitra Waikagul (Mahidol University, Thailand)
16:30 ~ 17:00 Keynote Taxonomy and ecology of Metagonimus species occurring in Korea, Taiwan and Japan
Hideto Kino (Hamamatsu University, Japan)
17:00 ~ 17:20 Presenter Heterophyids from fish of the coast of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Cláudia Portes Santos (Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Brazil)
[2207] Helminth infections in pigs and ruminants: Models for human infections and epidemiology
Room : 322A / 15:30 ~ 17:30
15:30 ~ 16:00 Keynote Interactions between helminths, host diet and microbiota - Insights from pig models
Andrew Williams (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
16:00 ~ 16:15 Presenter The Ascaris-pig infection model to study human ascariasis
Peter Geldhof (Ghent University, Belgium)
16:15 ~ 16:30 Presenter Dietary prebiotics and probiotics influence immune responses in helminth-infected pigs
Laura Myhill (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
16:30 ~ 16:45 Presenter A survey of abomasal nematodes in adult dairy cattle
Stig Milan Thamsborg (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
16:45 ~ 17:00 Presenter Studies on gastrointestinal nematodes of alpacas in Australia
Abdul Jabbar (University of Melbourne, Australia)
[2208] Neglected tropical helminthozoonoses: Emerging diseases in Asia
Room : 322B / 15:30 ~ 17:30
15:30 ~ 16:00 Keynote Zoonotic filarial parasites emerging in new areas: Are we keeping our eyes open?
S L Hoti (ICMR-National Institute of Traditional Medicine, India)
16:00 ~ 16:20 Presenter Status of echinostomiasis in India – An emerging foodborne trematodiasis?
Sudeep Ghatani (Sikkim University, India)
16:20 ~ 16:40 Presenter Molecular identification and immunopathogenicity of Procerovum varium (Platyhelminthes: Trematoda), the causative agent of ocular parasitozoonosis in rural populations of South India
Lalan Kumar Arya (Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, India)
16:40 ~ 17:00 Presenter Indian herbal remedies against neglected helminthozoonoses: Leads from traditionally used medicinal plants
Arun K. Yadav (North-Eastern Hill University, India)
[2209] Wolbachia and other endosymbionts of parasites
Room : 323A / 15:30 ~ 17:30
15:30 ~ 16:00 Keynote Wolbachia as a target for anti-filarial therapy
Joseph Turner (Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK)
16:00 ~ 16:15 Presenter Small but obligate: What narrates Wolbachia genomes from filarial nematodes
Emilie Lefoulon (New England BIolabs, USA)
16:15 ~ 16:30 Presenter Prokaryote-helminth associations and their aftermaths
Wieslaw Kozek (University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico)
16:30 ~ 16:45 Presenter Molecular evidence for new sympatric cryptic species of Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) in China: A new threat from Aedes albopictus subgroup?
Xueli Zheng (Southern Medical University, China)
16:45 ~ 17:00 Presenter Molecular identification of tick-borne pathogens in ticks collected from dogs, horses and migratory birds from the Republic of Korea
Yun Sang Cho (Animal and Plant Quarantine Agency, Korea)
[2210] Arthropods and allergy: 40th Yonsei Trop Med Symposium / 2nd Joint symposium Mahidol and Yonsei
Room : 323B / 15:30 ~ 17:30
15:30 ~ 16:00 Keynote The genomes and microbiomes of Dermatophagoides farinae and Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus reveal a broad spectrum of dust mite allergens
Stephen Kwok-Wing Tsui (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
16:00 ~ 16:30 Keynote Anaphylaxis due to stinging insect allergy
Yong Won Lee (Catholic Kwandong University College of Medicine / International St.Mary's Hospital, Korea)
16:30 ~ 16:45 Presenter Concordance of skin prick test and serum specific-IgE to locally produced-component-resolved diagnostics for American cockroach allergy
Anchalee Tungtrongchitr (Mahidol University, Thailand)
16:45 ~ 17:00 Presenter House dust mite allergen sensitization profile and clinical implication
Kyoung Yong Jeong (Yonsei University, Korea)
17:00 ~ 17:15 Presenter Helminth immunomodulation in arthropod allergy
Monrat Chulanetra (Mahidol University, Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Thailand)
17:15 ~ 17:30 Presenter Effects of the Th2-dominant milieu on allergic responses in Der f 1-activated mouse basophils and mast cells
Myunghee Yi (Yonsei University, Korea)
[2211] Anthelminthics development: Genetics and drug targeting
Room : 324B / 15:30 ~ 17:30
15:30 ~ 16:00 Keynote Genomics approaches to anthelminthic drug resistance
James Cotton (Wellcome Sanger Institute, UK)
16:00 ~ 16:30 Presenter Using an iterative process in the development of novel therapeutics to treat human schistosomiasis
Philip Loverde (University of Texas Health Science Center, USA)
16:30 ~ 17:00 Presenter Molecular characterization of α- and β-tubulin genes of Australian Fasciola hepatica isolates with various levels of triclabendazole resistance
Charlotte Oskam (Murdoch University, Australia)
17:00 ~ 17:30 Presenter Molecular detection and isolation of benzimidazole resistant Haemonchus contortus
Muhammad Fiaz Qamar (University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, Pakistan)
IFTM 30th Anniversary Symposium on - Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) caused by Parasites
Room : 315 / 15:30 ~ 17:30
17:20 ~ 17:50 [Round table] Interactive Open Round Table
15:50 ~ 16:20 Keynote Schistosomiasis in Africa
Louis Albert Tchuem-Tchuenté (University of Yaoundé, Cameroon)
16:20 ~ 16:50 Keynote Giardia duodenalis: role of virulence factors secreted by this parasite in the interaction with epithelial cells
Guadalupe Ortega-Pierres (Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados IPN, Mexico)
16:50 ~ 17:20 Keynote Neurological affection in human fascioliasis: direct and indirect causes and clinical repercussions
Santiago Mas-Coma (University of Valencia, Spain)