Workshop: Cancer Epigenomics
Chromatin3D Second Annual Meeting
Arrival and registration
Welcome Address, Anita Göndör
Session I: Phenotypic Plasticity and Tumor Evolution
Chair: Bruno Amati, Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) & European Institute of Oncology (IEO)
Andrew P. Feinberg, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore
Keynote lecture, "Epigenomic Stochasticity in Tumor Evolution"
Rafaël Margueron, Institut Curie, Paris
"Alterations of the Polycomb machinery in cancers"
Raul Mostoslavsky, MGH Cancer Center, Harvard Medical School, Boston
"Epigenetic plasticity and cancer: lessons learned from SIRT6"
Session II: Transcriptional regulation and MYC
Chair: Wendy Bickmore, University of Edinburgh, IGMM
Bruno Amati, Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) & European Institute of Oncology (IEO), Milan
"Transcriptional programs and therapeutic targets in Myc-driven tumors"
Rolf Ohlsson Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm
"New perspectives on the transcriptional regulation of MYC in 3D"
Session III: Chromatin and genome maintenance
Chair: Terumi Kohwi-Shigematsu , UCSF, School of Dentistry, San Fransisco
Michelle Debatisse, Institut Curie, Paris
"Common Fragile Site replication: a race against time"
Ana Pombo, Humboldt University, Berlin
"Genome Architecture Mapping, an orthogonal approach to map chromatin contacts"
Evi Soutoglou, Institut de Genetique De Biologie Moleculaire et Celluraire (IGBMC), Illkirch
"Nuclear organization in genome maintenance"
Session IV: Epigenetic targets in diagnosis and therapy
Chair: Maria Berdasco Menendez, Hospital Duran i Reynals, Barcelona
Kristian Helin, University of Copenhagen
"Epigenetic Targets in Cancer"
László Nagy, University of Debrecen and UD-GenoMed
"Identification of ligand insensitive bookmarking and architectural functions for nuclear hormone receptors in gene expression regulation"
Tony Kouzarides, The Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge
"Modifications of RNA in Transcription and Cancer"
This event is fully booked and the registration is closed
Contact person: Anita Göndör