Event schedule

October 19

Day 1
13:00-13:20 Opening Remarks
Opening Remarks
0
  • Jie YIN ShanghaiTech University

Introduction of SLST@ShanghaiTech
0
  • Ji-Long LIU ShanghaiTech University

October 19

Day 1
13:20-14:20 Session I: DNA repair and genome stability (Chair:Jia Liu)
APOBEC: from mutator to editor
T01
  • Jia CHEN ShanghaiTech University

Rescuing Replication from Barriers: Mechanistic Insights from Single-molecule Studies
T02
  • Bo SUN ShanghaiTech University

Antibody ex vivo Affinity Maturation with Diversifying Base Editors
T03
  • Feilong MENG SIBCB, CAS

Tea Break

The best time to talk with speakers and attendees

October 19

Day 1
15:00-16:30 Session II: Genome engineering tools (Chair:Jia Chen)
Dissection of the Protocadherin Enhancer by CRISPR DNA-fragment Editing
T04
  • Qiang WU Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Highly Accurate Prediction of CRISPR-Cpf1 Activity
T05
  • Hyongbum KIM Yonsei University

CRISPR-EZ, an efficient method for mouse genome editing
T06
  • Lin HE UC, Berkeley

Whole genome engineering by synthesis
T07
  • Junbiao DAI SIAT, CAS

Social Interaction Regulates Synaptic Transmission at C. elegans NMJ
F01
  • Kangying QIAN

Dinner

October 19

Day 1
18:00-19:20 Session III: Session III: Therapeutic genome engineering (Chair:Zhaobo Lin)
Enhancing Cellular Reprogramming by Directed Factor Evolution
T08
  • Ralf JAUCH GIBH, CAS

"Artificial sperm"-mediated gene editing
T09
  • Jinsong LI SIBCB, CAS

基因编辑在人类原代细胞中的优化与应用
T10
  • Haoyi WANG Institute of Zoology, CAS

Fast & Fidelity - a Circuit System Achieving High Input-output Concurrence
F02
  • ShanghaiTech iGEM 2018

October 19

Day 1
19:10-21:00 Posters
Poster Party

Enjoy the novel projects and beautiful music plus wine

October 20

Day 2
9:00-9:45 Keynote Speech
CRISPR Screens for Precision Cancer Medicine
KEYNOTE
  • X. Shirley LIU Harvard University

October 20

Day 2
9:45-10:25 Session IV: Bioinformatics of genome engineering (Chair: Hanhui Ma)
AI-based Optimized CRISPR sgRNA Design
T11
  • Qi LIU Tongji University

Essential Transcriptome Editing in Trypanosoma Mitochondrion
T12
  • Liye ZHANG ShanghaiTech University

Tea Break

The best time to talk with speakers and attendees

October 20

Day 2
10:45-12:05 Session V: Genetic screening (Chair: Liye Zhang)
Dissection of Functional Big Data through High-throughput CRISPR Screens in Biological Contexts
T13
  • Wensheng WEI Peking University

mRNA processing in mutant zebrafish lines produces unexpected transcripts that escape nonsense-mediated decay: Lessons from a screen for mutants in lipid metabolism
T14
  • Steve FARBER Carnegie Institution

Reprogramming Human T Cell Circuitry
T15
  • Alex MARSON UC, San Francisco

合成基因线路:从工具到肿瘤治疗
T16
  • Zhen XIE Tsinghua University

Lunch Break

October 20

Day 2
13:20-14:50 Session VI: Plant and animal models by genome engineering (Chair: Guanjun Gao)
Genome Editing for Diseases Modeling and Gene Therapy
T17
  • Dali LI East China Normal University

One-Step Efficient Generation of Conditional and Geno-tagging Alleles in Zebrafish Through Targeted Insertion Using CRISPR/Cas System
T18
  • Bo ZHANG Peking University

Cellular Barcoding for the Study of Cell Fate and Regeneration
T19
  • Fernando CAMARGO Harvard University

Towards Precise Genome Editing in vivo
T20
  • Xingxu HUANG ShanghaiTech University

Spontaneous Activity Controls the Critical Window of Synaptic Maturation and Re nement in the Spiral Ganglion Neurons
F03
  • Xin CHEN

Tea Break

The best time to talk with speakers and attendees

October 20

Day 2
15:20-16:50 Session VII: Application of genome engineering (Chair: Pengyu Huang)
Cell-targeted delivery of CRISPR-Cas9
T21
  • Ross WILSON UC, Berkeley

Roles of non-canonical PRC1 in somatic cell reprogramming and neural differentiation of mESCs
T22
  • Junbiao DAI SIAT, CAS

Live Imaging of the Cellular Genome Using CRISPR-Cas9 Systems
T23
  • Baohui CHEN Zhejiang University

Exploring Chromatin Structure and Dynamics in Living Cells by CRISPR-Cas System
T24
  • Hanhui MA ShanghaiTech University

TOR Pathway Affects Cytoophidium Formation in Schizosaccharomyces pombe
F04
  • Christos Andreadis

October 20

Day 2
17:30-21:00 Dinner for all speakers
Dinner for all speakers