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    • International Conference on Immunology 2007 Shanghai, China July 12-15, 2007 CALL FOR ABSTRACTS AND REGISTRATION CONFERENCE CO-CHAIRS Xuetao Cao, M.D., Ph.D. Second Military Medical University, Shanghai, China Lieping Chen, M.D., Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, USA Yong-Jun Liu, M.D., Ph.D. M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, USA ORGANIZED BY The Chinese Society for Immunology The National Natural Science Foundation of China SECRETARIAT Institute of Immunology Second Military Medical University, 800 Xiangyin Road, Shanghai, 200433, China Phone: (+86-21)-5562 0605 Fax: (+86-21)-6538 2502 Email: immunology2007@126.com http//www.immunol.org
    • INVITATION Dear Colleagues and Friends, On behalf of the organizing committee, we would like to cordially invite you to participate in the upcoming “International Conference on Immunology 2007” to be held in Shanghai, China from July 12 to 15, 2007. The conference is organized by the Chinese Society for Immunology and National Natural Science Foundation of China. The conference will provide a forum to bring together immunologists and scientists from around the world in related fields to review the latest progress and development, to exchange their experience, progress and ideas, and also to deepen their knowledge and broaden their understanding in basic and clinical immunology. The conference will be held in Shanghai, one of the world’s most dynamic cities in the 21st century. China is a land of ancient culture with historical sites dating back to over 5000 years. We plan to have exciting social activities and sightseeing tours. We sincerely hope that this conference will bring you unforgettable memories. Looking forward to meeting all of you in Shanghai, China in July. With best wishes, Xuetao Cao, M.D., Ph.D. Lieping Chen, M.D., Ph.D. Yong-Jun Liu, MD, Ph.D. President, Chinese Society for Professor of Dermatology, Professor and Chairman, Immunology Oncology, and Immunology Department of Immunology, Director, Institute of Director of Dermatology Director, Center for Cancer Immunology Research Immunology Research, Second Military Medical Johns Hopkins University University of Texas, MD University School of Medicine Anderson Cancer Center Shanghai 200433, China Baltimore, MD 21231, USA Houston, Texas 77030, US
    • SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM COMMITTEE Chairman: Zhigang Tian (Hefei, China) Members: Denian Ba (Beijing, China) Weifeng Chen (Beijing, China) Siyi Chen (Houston, USA) Jianzhu Chen (Cambridge, USA) Youhai Chen (Philadelphia, USA) Wanjun Chen (Bethesda, USA) Genghong Cheng (Los Angeles, USA) Chen Dong (Houston, USA) Gengsheng Feng (La Jolla, USA) Yangxin Fu (Chicago, USA) Xinyuan Fu (Indianapolis, USA) Feili Gong (Wuhan, China) You-Wen He (Durham, USA) Boquan Jin (Xi’an, China) Xiaokang Li (Takyo, Japan) Xiaoxia Li (Cleveland, USA) Yang Liu (Ann Arbor, USA) Xiaojing Ma (New York, USA) Beifen Shen (Beijing, China) Hao Shen (Philadelphia, USA) Yufang Shi (Piscataway, USA) Wenru Song (Dallas, USA) Xiao-Hong Sun (Oklahoma City, USA) Rongfu Wang (Houston, USA) Jiangping Wu (Montreal, Canada) Li Wu (Melborne, Australia) Xiaoning Xu (Oxford, UK) Xueguang Zhang (Suzhou, China) Dexian Zheng (Beijing, China)
    • LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE Chairman: Wei He (Beijing, China) Secretary General: Yizhi Yu (Shanghai, China) Treasurer: Yanfeng Wu (Shanghai, China) Members: Zhinan Chen (Xi’an, China) Yinghua Chen (Beijing, China) Zhiren Fu (Shanghai, China) Fu Gao (Beijing, China) Xiaoming Gao (Beijing, China) Boqing Li (Bangbu, China) Dianjun Li (Haerbin, China) Changlong Lu (Shenyang, China) Dalong Ma (Beijing, China) Hongbin Shu (Wuhan, China) Bin Sun (Shanghai, China) Wensheng Sun (Jinan, China) Hong Tang (Beijing, China) Fusheng Wang (Beijing, China) Runtian Wang (Shijiazhuang, China) Xiaoning Wang (Guangzhou, China) Yuquan Wei (Chengdu, China) Changyou Wu (Guangzhou, China) Yuzhang Wu (Chongqing, China) Sidong Xiong (Shanghai, China) Anlong Xu (Guangzhou, China) Angang Yang (Xi’an, China) Zhi Yao (Tianjing, China) Yongli Yu (Jilin, China) Jingwu Zang (Shanghai, China) Yaoying Zeng (Guangzhou, China) Yongtang Zheng (Kunming, China) Guangyan Zhou (Shanghai, China) Renqian Zhong (Shanghai, China) Xun Zhu (Jilin, China)
    • IMPORTANT DATES AND DEADLINES May 15, 2007 Abstract submission deadline & end of early registration May 15, 2007 Submission with regular registration fee May 16, 2007 Submission with late registration fee INVITED SPEAKERS Shizuo Akira (Osaka, Japan) James P. Allison (New York, USA) David Baltimore (Pasadena, USA) Alan Baxter (Queensland, Australia) Dirk Busch(Munich, Germany) Lieping Chen (Baltimore, USA) Genghong Cheng (Los Angeles, USA) Mohamed Daha (Leiden, The Netherlands) Chen Dong (Houston, USA) Yang-Xin Fu (Chicago, USA) Hao Shen (Philadelphia, USA) Guido Kroemer(Paris, France) Antonio Lanzavecchia (Bellinzona, Switzerland) Xiaoxia Li (Cleveland, USA) Dan R. Littman (New York, USA) Yong-Jun Liu (Houston, USA) Yang Liu (Ann Arbor, USA) Tak W. Mak (Ontario, Canada) Ruslan Medzhitov (New Haven, USA) Masayuki Miyasaka (Osaka, Japan) Luke O'Neill (Dublin, Ireland ) Klaus Rajewsky (Boston, USA) Yufang Shi (Piscataway, USA) Tada Taniguchi (Tokyo, Japan) Rongfu Wang (Houston,USA) Li Wu (Melborne, Australia) Laurence Zitvogel(Paris, France)
    • PROGRAM International Conference on Immunology 2007 Shanghai, China July 12-15, 2007 July 13, 2007 8:00-8:30 Opening ceremony Plenary session 1: Frontiers in Biomedicine Co-chairs: Lieping Chen (USA) and Wei He (China) 8:30-9:30 Keynote Lecture David Baltimore, California Institute of Technology, USA New directions in immunology 9:30-9:55 Tak W. Mak, University of Toronto, Canada Cell survival and death pathways in immunology 9:55-10:20 Klaus Rajewsky, Harvard Medical School, USA MicroRNAs: new players in immunoregulation 10:20-10:55 Yong-Jun Liu, MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA Plasmatoid dentritic cells: specific receptors and function 10:55-11:10 Coffee break Plenary session 2: Adaptive Immunity Co-chairs: Yong-Jun Liu (USA) and Zhigang Tian (China) 11:10-11:35 James P. Allison, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, USA Immune checkpoint blockade in cancer therapy 11:35-12:00 Lieping Chen, Johns Hopkins University, USA Costimulation and Coinhibition in the control of immune responses 12:00-12:25 Dan Littman, New York University, USA Cytokine networks and transcriptional regulation in Th17 cell differentiation 12:25-12:45 Dirk Busch, Technical University Munich, Germany In vivo generation of CD8+ effector and memory T cell subsets
    • 12:30-14:00 Lunch and Poster View Plenary session 3: Innate Immunity (I) Co-chairs: Luke A. O’Neill (Ireland) and Xueguang Zhang (China) 14:00-14:25 Tada Taniguchi, University of Tokyo, Japan Regulation of immune response and tumor suppression by the IRF family transcription factors 14:25-14:50 Shizuo Akria, Osaka University, Japan TLR-dependent and independent anti-viral responses 14:50-15:15 Luke A. O’Neill, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland Toll-like receptor signal transduction in innate immunity and inflammation 15;15-15:40 Ruslan Medzhitov, Yale University, USA Endogenous retroviruses, innate immune recognition and autoimmunity 15:40-16:00 Coffee break Plenary session 4: Innate Immunity (II) Co-chairs: Mohamed Daha (The Netherlands) and Dexian Zheng (China) 16:00-16:25 Genghong Cheng, University of California Los Angeles, USA IL-1β/IL-1R-mediated neutrophil recruitment gene program in host defense against Staphylococcus aureus infection 16:25-16:50 Xuetao Cao, Shanghai Second Military Medical University, China Regulatory dendritic cells and TLR responses 16:50-17:15 Mohamed Daha, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands Role of Complement in innate host defense and autoimmunity 17:15-17:35 Xiaoxia Li, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, USA Act1 is required for interleukin 17-dependent signaling associated with autoimmune and inflammatory disease 17:35-18:00 Xin-Yuan Fu, Indiana University School of Medicine, USA STAT3 is a key regulator of immune tolerance July 14, 2007 8:00-12:30
    • Symposium (I): Immune Regulation and Immunotherapy Co-chiars: Yong-Guang Yang (USA) and Jingwu Zang (China) 8:00-8:25 Yong-Guang Yang, Harvard Medical School, USA SIRPα signing in macrophages: its regulation and role in xenotolerance induction by mixed chimerism 8:25-8:50 Jingwu Zang, Shanghai JiaoTong University School of Medicine and Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Induction of adaptive CD4+CD25+Foxp3+ regulatory T cell response in autoimmune disease 8:50-9:15 Zhinan Chen, Fourth Military Medical University,China Therapeutic antibody- based cancer therapy 9:15-9:40 Shu-Hsia Chen, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York , USA Reversion of immune tolerance by modulation of myeloid derived suppressor cell development in advanced malignancy 9:40-10:05 Yusen Liu, The Ohio State University College of Medicine and Public Health, USA Knockout of Mkp-1 enhances the host inflammatory responses to gram-positive bacteria. 10:05-10:30 coffee break 10:30-10:55 Liwei Lu, The University of Hong Kong,China Role of B cell activating factor in the pathogenesis of autoimmune arthritis 10:55-11:20 Zusen Fan, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Heat shock protein 75 (TRAP1) antagonizes ROS generation and protects cells from granzyme M-mediated apoptosis 11:20-11:45 Xueguang Zhang, Soochow University, China Two-signal model and co-signal network 11:45-12:10 Sidong Xiong, Fudan University, China DNA for De Nova autoantigen: when DNA could trigger autoimmunity Symposium (II): T Cell Response Co-chairs: Yufang Shi (USA) and Xiaoming Gao (China) 8:00-8:25 Yufang Shi, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, USA Distinct pathways of activation-induced cell death in T-cell subsets 8:25-8:50 Xiaoming Gao, Peking University Health Science Center, China
    • Specificity and function of regulatory anti-T-cell Abs induced by T cell vaccination 8:50-9:15 Pan Zheng, University of Michigan, USA Epm2a suppresses tumor growth in immune compromised host by inhibiting Wnt signalling 9:15-9:40 Dexian Zheng, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences & Peking Union Medical College, China Antibody gene therapy: an attractive approach for the treatment of cancers and other chronic diseases 9:40-10:05 Jianzhu Chen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA CD8+CTL response and memory against influenza 10:05-10:30 Coffee break 10:30-10:55 Bin Sun, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Trichosanthin is a novel Th2-type adjuvant and induces an allergic airway inflammation relied on a early IL-4 production during the immunization 10:55-11:20 Wanjun Chen, National Institutes of Health, USA TGF-β and CD4+ CD25+ Foxp3+ Regulatory T Cells: Regulating the Regulator 11:20-11:45 Changyou Wu, Zhongshan University, China Differentiation and memory phenotype of Th17 cells Symposium (III): Infection and Immunity Co-chairs: Hao Shen (USA) and Yuzhang Wu (China) 8:00-8:25 Hao Shen, U Penn School of Medicine, USA Regulation of memory CD8 T cell differentiation 8:25-8:50 Yuzhang Wu, The Third Military Medical University, China Function and phenotype of HBV-specific CTLs in chronic viral hepatitis B infection and intervention by mimogen in clinical trial 8:50-9:15 Suraj J Patel, Harvard-MIT Division of Health Science and Technology/The Center for Engineering in Medicine, USA Gap Junctions Propagate TLR-independent dsDNA-induced Signals to Activate Antiviral Responses in Neighboring Cells 9:15-9:40 Wei He, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, China The role ofγδ T cells in immunosurveillance 9:40-10:05 Min Wu, University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences, USA
    • Cholesterol rich membrane rafts and Lyn are required for phagocytosis during infection 10:05-10:30 Coffee break 10:30-10:55 Hong Tang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Adaptive immune cells temper initial innate responses 10:55-11:20 Jianxun Song, La Jolla Institute for Allergy & Immunology, USA Synergy between molecular targets of costimulation in promoting persistence of CD8+ T cells 11:20-11:45 Angang Yang, Fourth Military Medical University,China Targeted inhibition of HBV gene expression by single chain antibody-mediated siRNA delivery 11:45-12:10 Fusheng Wang, Beijing 302 Hospital, China Both regulatory T cells and inhibitory receptors impair CD8+T cell responses in chronic HBV-infected or HBV-associated HCC patients July 14, 2007 14:00-18:00 Workshops 1. Immunobiology of antigen-presenting cells Co-chairs: Wenru Song (USA) and Hong Tang (China) 2. T cell activation and regulation Co-chairs: Jianzhu Chen (USA) and Bin Sun (China) 3. Antibody: from basic to clinics Co-chairs: Pan Zheng (USA) and Zhinan Chen (China) 4. Cytokines and chemokines in health and diseases Co-chairs: Wan-Jun Chen (USA) and Renqian Zhong (China) 5. Autoimmune diseases and allergy Co-chairs: Chen Dong (USA) and Zhanguo Li (China) 6. Transplantation immunology Co-chairs: Xiaokang Li (Japan) and Zhiren Fu (China) 7. Infection and immunity Co-chairs: Xiaoxia Li (USA) and Sidong Xiong (China) 8. Immunotherapy and vaccination Co-chairs: Rong-Fu Wang (USA) and Zhi Yao (China) July 15, 2007 8:00-12:30
    • Plenary session 5: Tumor Immunology Co-chairs: Antonio Lanzavecchia (Switzerland) and Weifeng Chen (China) 8:00-8:25 Antonio Lanzavecchia, Institute for Research in Biomedicine, Switzerland) TBD 8:25-8:50 Guido Kroemer, Institut Gustave Roussy, France Ecto-calreticulin in immunogenic chemotherapy 8:50-9:15 Rong-Fu Wang, Baylor College of Medicine, USA Regulatory T cells and their functional regulation by TLR signaling in cancer 9:15-9:40 Laurence Zitvogel, Institut Gustave Roussy, FRANCE Toll-like receptor 4 -dependent contribution of the immune system to anticancer drugs 9:40-10:05 Yang Liu, University of Michigan, USA Epithelia-intrinsic function of FoxP3 in cancer and autoimmune diseases 10:05-10:20 Coffee break Plenary session 6: Immune Regulation Co-chairs: Masyuki Miyasaka (Japan) and Boquan Jin (China) 10:20-10:45 Alan G. Baxter, James Cook University, Australia Congenic analysis of the NKT cell control genes Nkt1 and Nkt2 10:45-11:10 Chen Dong, MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA Regulation of inflammatory T cell differentiation 11:10-11:35 Zhigang Tian, University of Science and Technology of China, China Interleukin-15 inhibits apoptosis of cord blood CD56dim natural killer cell subset by upregulation of Bcl-xL 11:35-12:00 Yang-Xin Fu, The University of Chicago, USA The negative regulation of innate and adaptive cells in early infection 12:00-12:25 Li Wu, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Australia The role of thymic dendritic cells in the development of naturally occurring T-regulatory cells 12:25-12:50 Masyuki Miyasaka, Osaka University, Japan How do chemokines work in vivo? July 15, 2007 12:50-13:00 Closing Remarks
    • GENERAL INFORMATION CONFERENCE DATES AND VENUE The Conference will be held July 12 to 15, 2007. Location is: Shanghai International Convention Center Shanghai International Convention Center, also known as the Oriental Riverside Hotel, is a 5-star Convention Hotel located in the heart of Lujia zui---Shanghai's Financial & Trade Zone. Address: 2727 Riverside Avenue Pudong, Shanghai, China 200120 LANGUAGE
    • The official language of the Conference is English. REGISTRATION FEES The registration fee is as follows: Before May 15, 2007 After May 15, 2007 Participant US$ 380 US$450 Accompanying person US$ 120 US$150 The registration fee includes conference bag, program and abstract book, lunch and coffee breaks during the conference, welcome reception, banquet and complimentary tour. Registration fee for accompanying persons: Welcome reception, banquet and complimentary tour. ABSTRACT DEADLINE: May 15, 2007 Participants wishing to submit an abstract should use the enclosed Abstract Form and e-mail it to immunology2007@126.com POSTER PRESENTATION The size of the poster board is 1m wide, 1.2m high. Some abstracts will be selected for oral presentation at workshop sessions. ABOUT SHANGHAI Shanghai, the largest city in China, attracts people at home and abroad like a magnet. People come here for its culture, its history, its people and all the vigor and vitality it shows in its rush to international metropolis status. Like a pearl set in the west coast of the Pacific Ocean, Shanghai is the showcase of China's fast growth and a bonanza of tourist attractions, business opportunities and cultural activities. Today's Shanghai is designed with the aim of letting more people all over the world have a better understanding of Shanghai, especially of its current developments. For more information: http://travel.yahoo.com/p-travelguide-191501624-shanghai_vacations-i COFFEE AND TEA The participants will be supplied with coffee and tea during breaks.
    • PASSPORT AND VISA A valid passport and visa for visiting China are required. Upon receiving your Registration Form and Fees, we will send you an official invitation letter with which you can apply for an entry visa at your local Chinese Embassy or Consulate general. Please send the Registration Form before May 15, 2007. WEATHER The weather in Shanghai in July is hot and rainy. The average daily temperature is about 28°C (82.4°F), with the high at around 32°C (89.6°F) and low at around 24°C (75.2°F). All meeting rooms are air conditioned. INSURANCE The Organization Committee cannot accept any liability for personal accidents or loss of or damage to the private property of participants, students and accompanying persons during the conference or indirectly arising from the conference. It is advisable that participants take out adequate travel and health insurance before leaving their own countries. ELECTRICITY The electricity is supplied at 220V, 50Hz in China. CURRENCY EXCHANGE In China, only RMB is used. However, exchange centers can be found at airports, most hotels and large shopping centers. When exchanging money, please keep your receipt by which you can change any remaining RMB back to foreign currency when leaving China. Visa, Master, American Express, Diners Club and JCB are accepted in many department stores and hotels. It may be difficult to draw cash with credit cards. The Bank of China and most hotels can cash travelers check issued by any foreign bank or financial institution. Participants will need to show a passport. Travelers' check signed over to a third party cannot be cashed in China, but can be presented for collection through the Bank of China. AIRPORT TO SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTER
    • Taxi service is available both days at Shanghai Pudong International Airport and Hongqiao Airport (domestic flights only). The cost from Pudong International Airport to Shanghai International Convention Center is about US$25, or RMB 200 Yuan. The cost form Hongqiao Airport to Shanghai International Convention Center is about $13, or RMB 100 Yuan. Please find the Taxi Note in this announcement to help you to the hotel and venue. RECONFIRMATION OF AIR TICKET Departure air ticket (both international and domestic) should be reconfirmed 72 hours in advance. Calling the airline office in Shanghai is possible, however these offices do not work on weekends. ACCOMMODATIONS Shanghai International Convention Center (www.shicc.net), also known as the Oriental Riverside Hotel, is the first and the only hotel categorized as 5-star Convention Hotel in Pudong. Located in the heart of Lujia Zui---Shanghai's Financial & Trade Zone and southwest to the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, it is accessible from all parts of the city with various modern transportations. The hotel has 260 well-appointed guestrooms, a wide range of F&B outlets, comprehensive recreational facilities and meeting venues. With the capacity of 3000 persons, the Grand Ballroom on the 7th floor is the largest pillar-less ballroom in Shanghai. 25 additional meeting rooms are located on the 3rd and 5th floor with seating capacity from 25 up to 800 persons, equipped with the latest audio-visual facilities. Rooms Rates are as follows: Price Standard Twin USD 220 Superior Twin USD 250 A deposit of one night’s room rate is required for any reservation, with the balance being payable direct to the hotel on checkout. Reservations with deposit must be received. Later reservations may not be guaranteed. Reservation of other hotels (about 40USD/day -60USD/day):
    • http://www.1rest.com/hosteltag/25/city0/p1/ http://www.868e.com/Hotel/Hotel_View_1502.Aspx http://www.hotel525.com/hotel/1047.htm http://www.chinahotel.com.cn/shanghai/hotelinfo.php?hotelid=143#roominfo PAYMENT All fees must be paid in U.S. dollars by bank transfer. Currency exchange charges or bank collection fees are the money sender’s responsibility. By bank transfer to China Merchants Bank Shanghai Branch (account No.6085258832001), Shanghai, China. A duplicate of the transfer order from the bank should be sent with the Registration Form to the Secretariat. On-site payment should be made in US dollars in cash or traveler’s checks. Credit card will not be accepted. BEAUTIFUL CITIES AROUND SHANGHAI Suzhou Hangzhou
    • International Conference on Immunology 2007 ABSTRACT FORM Please e-mail to Dr. Yanfeng Wu, immunology2007@126.com
    • International Conference on Immunology 2007 Shanghai, China July 12-15, 2007 ABSTRACT FORM 1. Format should be Title, Authors, and Institutions: followed by the abstract. 2. Enter the name of the first author, names of all other authors and institutions. 3. Your entire abstract must be typed within the space provided. Typing must be single spaced and font size>12pts. Abstract Title: Authors: Name of Presenting Author: Address: Telephone Number: FAX Number: E-mail Address: Select your presentation preference ( ) this abstract could be selected ( ) please consider this abstract only for for oral presentation poster presentation
    • International Conference on Immunology 2007 Shanghai, China July 12-15, 2007 (See more detailed information at our website: http://www.immunol.org) Title 1Mr 1Ms 1Dr 1Pr Name: _____________________ First Name:________________________________ Accompanying person name:_____________________________________________ Telephone:________________________Fax:________________________________ Institution:____________________________________________________________ Address:_____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ City:_____________________Country_____________Post Code_______________ I am enclosing an abstract 1Yes 1No Abstract title__________________________________________________________ Presentation preference 1Oral presentation 1 Poster 1 Indifferent Registration Fees: Before May 15, 2007 After May 15, 2007 Participant US$ 380 US$450 Accompanying person US$ 120 US$150 Payment 1By check 1By bank transfer please check other information at our web-site Registration Fee_______ Signature_____________ Date_________________ Please return this form to: Dr. Yanfeng Wu Institute of Immunology Second Military Medical University, 800 Xiangyin Road, Shanghai 200433, China Phone: (+86-21)-5562 0605 Email: immunology2007@126.com Fax: (+86-21)-6538 2502 Web-site: www.immunol.org