Program of the international seminar
«Life of genomes -2018»

 May 22, 2018

9:00—9:10Opening, welcome address from the KFU administration
9:10—9:50Igor Efimov  From phenotype to omics studies of human heart
9:50—10:30Mikhail Skoblov  Molecular mechanisms of disease pathogenesis caused by mutations in splice sites
10:30—11:10Marina Lizio The FANTOM5 web resource: from genome annotation to function
11:10 – 11:40Coffee Break
11:40—12:20Chung-Chau Hon FANTOM-CAT: world of ncRNA
12:20—12:40Yulia Morozova Sequencing with Oxford nanopore Sponsorship talk
12:40—13:00Irina Karpova The role of Roche in the development of genomics
13:00—13:40Rachael Tarlinton Colonization of Genomes by Retroviruses
13:40—15:20Lunch Break
15:20—16:00Hannes Lohi  Canine models of human disease: hunting new genes with the help of man’s best friend
16:00—16:40Igor Adameyko Tracing how cells make decisions: an example of the neural crest lineage.
16:40—17:00Alisa Seryapina Antisense inhibition of angiotensin II AT1A receptor mRNA expression: application to the antihypertensive therapy.
17:00—17:20Nadezhda Potapova Strength of negative selection in Drosophila melanogaster loss-of-function genes
17:20—17:40Marina Prokhorova Merck sponsorship
17:40—19:00Poster session

May 23, 2018

9:10—9:50Takahiro Kikawada  Gene technologies to uncover mechanisms of tolerance to complete desiccation
9:50—10:20Takahiro Yamada Inferring a Polypedilum vanderplanki transcriptional regulatory network for rehydration process from time-series RNA-seq data
10:20 – 11:00Peter Kharchenko Single-cell analysis of healthy and cancer tissues
11:00 – 11:30Coffee Break
11:30—12:00Yulia Medvedeva CpG trafic lights: markers of expression in the human genome
12:00—12:40Genshiro Sunagawa Toward clinical application of active hypometabolism: using mouse daily torpor as a model system
12:40—13:00Viktor Starunov Sequencing of freshwater bryozoan genome using MinION.
13:00—13:20Aleksander Cherkasov Metabolic changes during extreme dehydration in the desiccation tolerant midge P. vanderplanki
13:20—15:00Lunch Break
15:00—15:40Fedor Kolpakov GTRD – integrated database on gene transcription regulation based on uniform processing of NGS data
15:40—16:20Daniil Popov  Response of transcriptome to acute and repeated stress in human skeletal muscle
16:20—17:00Sergei Moshkovskii Proteogenomics of adenosine-to-inosine RNA editing in model organisms
17:00—17:40Anna Klepikova Сonstruction and analysis of Arabidopsis thaliana gene expression atlas
17:20—18:00Panel discussion: how to survive in academia
18:00—18:10Closing remarks
18:30—20:30Conference dinner (by invitations only)

May 24, 2018

Excursions and active exchange of knowledge