ATW2023

- A platform for discussing cutting edge science
 in DNA damage signaling, repair, and human disorders -


March 2 - 5, 2023
Kyoto, Japan
Onsite, in person meeting!

Registration open !

The 19th Ataxia-Telangiectasia workshop (ATW2023Kyoto), which was originally planned as ATW2022 in Shenzhen, China, is now decided to be held from March 2nd to 5th, 2023 in Kyoto, Japan as an on-site meeting.
The venue will be the Rekisaikan Hall (https://rekisaikan.jp/) in the Kitayama district. Most of the speakers previously invited by the ATW2022 have agreed to attend and give a talk at the ATW2023Kyoto. The meeting information (deadlines for registration, abstract submission, etc) will be found on this website in due course.

This will be an exciting meeting with many top-level invited speakers to discuss cutting edge science in basic and clinical biology of AT, related disorders, and DNA damage response.


Deadlines


Early bird registration and payment: Jan 20th, 2023 (JST)
Final registration and payment deadline: Feb 20th, 2023 (JST)
Abstract submission: Dec 31st, 2022 (JST)
Abstract submission for invited speakers: Jan 20th, 2023 (JST)

Tentative program


March 2nd
13:00– The meeting will start. Keynote and plenary talks
18:00– Welcome reception (every participants)

March 3rd
9:00–18:00 Plenary sessions

March 4th
9:00–12:30 Plenary sessions
Afternoon Excursion (or free time) We will plan a short bus trip in Kyoto.

March 5th
9:00–18:00 Plenary sessions
19:00– Banquet (invited speakers and participants who paid for the ticket)

Registration



Registration Type
Early bird registration
[October 20, 2022 – January 20, 2023]
Regular registration
[January 21, 2023 – February 20, 2023]
Industry
80,000 JPY
90,000 JPY
Academia (PI, Senior scientist, postdoc, etc)
60,000 JPY
70,000 JPY
Student (Undergraduate, Graduate course) or non-scientist
40,000 JPY
50,000 JPY

The registration includes:

  • Attendance of the session
  • Welcome dinner (evening, March 2nd)
  • An abstract booklet
  • Coffee at the coffee breaks
  • Lunch (March 3rd and 5th)

Not included:

  • Accommodation
  • Excursion (March 4th afternoon. We will plan some optional tours. Payments required)
  • Banquet (March 5th. If you would like to join, please get a ticket at the registration page)

Invited speakers: You can register here but you do not have to, since you are already registered.

Abstract submission



Tentative session topics

  • Diagnosis and treatment of AT and related disorders
  • Neurodegeneration
  • Cancer
  • Immunodeficiency
  • DNA repair
  • DNA damage signaling
  • Chromatin response and genome organization
  • Premature aging

There are slots for the oral and poster presentations.
To submit an abstract, you first need to register and pay the conference fee. An abstract should be submitted as a word file (the format is provided) to the email address below after you completed the registration as well as the payment.

The format for abstract (link to word file)

atworkshop2023[at]mail2.adm.kyoto-u.ac.jp (replace "[at]" with "@")

Speakers

Confirmed speaker

Speaker_1

Christopher Bakkenist

University of Pittsburgh, USA

Speaker_2

Ari Barzilai

Tel Aviv University, Israel

Speaker_3

Keith W. Caldecott

University of Sussex, UK

Speaker_4

Junjie Chen

MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA

Speaker_5

Vincenzo Costanzo

IFOM ETS, Italy

Speaker_6

Domenico Delia

IFOM ETS, Italy

Speaker_46

Sherif El-Khamisy

University of Sheffield, UK

Speaker_7

Marco Foiani

IFOM ETS, Italy

Speaker_8

Caixia Guo

Beijing Institute of Genomics, CAS, China

Speaker_9

Karl Herrup

University of Pittsburgh, USA

Speaker_10

Yuejin Hua

Zhejiang University, China

Speaker_11

Jun Huang

Zhejiang University, China

Speaker_12

Maria Jasin

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, USA

Speaker_13

Jan Karlseder

The Salk Institute for Biological Studies, USA

Speaker_15

Daochun Kong

Peking University, China

Speaker_16

Stephen Kowalczykowski

University of California at Davis, USA

Speaker_17

Li Lan

Havard Medical School, USA

Speaker_18

Martin Lavin

The University of Queensland, Australia

Speaker_19

Qing Li

Peking University, China

Speaker_20

Markus Löbrich

Technique University of Darmstadt, Germany

Speaker_21

Zhenkun Lou

Mayo Clinic, USA

Speaker_22

Jean-Yves Masson

CHU de Québec Research Center, Canada

Speaker_23

Peter McKinnon

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, USA

Speaker_24

Kalappa Muniyappa

Indian Institute of Science, India

Speaker_25

Kyungjae Myung

Ulsan National Institute of Science & Technology, Korea

Speaker_25

Andre Nussenzweig

National Institutes of Health, USA

Speaker_49

Tej K. Pandita

Center for Genomics and Precision Medicine, Institute of Bioscience and Technology Texas A&M College of Medicine, USA

Speaker_27

Tanya Paull

University of Texas at Austin, USA

Speaker_28

Sathees C. Raghavan

Indian Institute of Science, India

Speaker_29

Atsushi Shibata

Gunma University, Japan

Speaker_30

Yossi Shiloh

Tel Aviv University, Israel

Speaker_31

Masatoshi Takagi

Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan

Speaker_44

Shunichi Takeda

Shenzhen University, China

Speaker_33

Vinay Tergaonka

Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB), Singapore

Speaker_34

Helle Ulrich

Institute of Molecular Biology, Mainz, Germany

Speaker_35

Jiadong Wang

Peking University, China

Speaker_36

Zhao-Qi Wang

Leibniz Institute on Aging-Fritz Lipmann Institute (FLI), Germany

Speaker_37

Stephen West

The Francis Crick Institute, UK

Speaker_38

Dongyi Xu

Peking University Beijing, China

Speaker_39

Xingzhi Xu

Shenzhen University, China

Speaker_50

Wei Yang

NIDDK, National Institutes of Health, USA

Speaker_40

Xiaochun Yu

City of Hope National Medical Center, USA

Speaker_43

Shan Zha

Columbia University, USA

Speaker_42

Wei-Guo Zhu

Shenzhen University, China

Speaker_43

Lee Zou

Harvard Medical School, USA


Contact us

If you have any questions, please contact the following mail address: atworkshop2023[at]mail2.adm.kyoto-u.ac.jp (replace "[at]" with "@")

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