Events 2020.1.26/ 2020.1.27 7th US-Japan Workshop on Biomarkers for Cancer Early Detection ~Collaboration Across International Boundaries: It Takes a Village~

2019.12.12Event Information

Outline

Since 2015, the Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development(AMED) has been implementing collaboration with the Early Detection Research Network (EDRN) led by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to promote early diagnosis technology of cancer and international research exchanges. AMED and NCI-EDRN conduct annual research workshop.

This year, the “7th US-Japan Workshop on Biomarkers for Cancer Early Detection-Collaboration Across International Boundaries: It Takes a Village-” will be held at Ito International Research Center from January 26 to 27, 2020. In order to promote collaboration with NCI-EDRN in the United States, we are planning to announce actual joint research cases and to announce the development of the latest early diagnosis technology.

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Name

7th US-Japan Workshop on Biomarkers for Cancer Early Detection ~Collaboration Across International Boundaries: It Takes a Village~

Date & Time

2020.1.26 Sun 13:00-18:30 
2020.1.27 Mon 9:30-18:30

Venue

Ito Hall
Ito International Reserch Center, 7-3-1, Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo

program

2020.01.26(Sun.)13:00-18:30

13:00
Opening Remarks

Testuo Noda(Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research, Cancer Institute)
Sudhir Srivastava(National Cancer Institute)

13:10
Session 1: Radiomics, Digital Detection, Pathomics, and Big Data

Alexander Borowsky(UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center)
Matthew Schabath(Moffitt Cancer Center)
Daniel Crichton(Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
Tomohiro Tada(AI Medical Service Inc., Tada Tomohiro Institute of Gastroenterology and Proctology)
Yasuteru Urano(The University of Tokyo)
Masayuki Matsuo(Gifu University)
Hiroyuki Abe(The University of Tokyo)

15:40
Session 2: Introduction of Early Detection Research Network

Sudhir Srivastava(National Cancer Institute)
Pierre Massion(Vanderbilt University)
Hui Zhang(Johns Hopkins University)

16:25
Session 3: New Technologies for Cancer Early Detection

Hui Zhang(Johns Hopkins University)
Nickolas Papadopoulos(Johns Hopkins University)
Yoshihiro Shimizu(RIKEN Center for Biosystems Dynamics Research)
Takuji Yamada(Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Yohei Matsunaga(Hirotsu Bio Science Inc.)
Yasuaki Kabe(Keio University)

2020.1.27 (Mon.) 9:30-18:30

9:30
Session 4: Multimodal Early Detection and Liquid Biopsy

Marc Lenburg(Boston University)
Nickolas Papadopoulos(Johns Hopkins University)
Sudhir Srivastava(National Cancer Institute)
Takahiro Ochiya(Tokyo Medical University)
Motoyuki Otsuka(The University of Tokyo)
Siew-Kee Low(Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research)

11:30
Session 5: Lightening Talks (Short Oral Presentations From Selected Posters)

14:30
Session 6: Organ-site Highlights 1

Joseph E Willis(Cleveland Cancer Center)
Aatur Singhi(University of Pittsburg)
Jun Adachi(National Institute of Biomedical Innovation, Health and Nutrition)
Hiroaki Tateno(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)

16:00
Session 7: Organ-site Highlights 2

Matthew Schabath(Moffitt Cancer Center)
Pierre Massion(Vanderbilt University)
Kazufumi Honda(National Cancer Center Research Institute)
Koji Ueda(Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research)

17:30
Session 8: Panel Discussion

18:30
Closing Remarks

Sudhir Srivastava(National Cancer Institute)
Tetsuo Noda(Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research, Cancer Institute)

How to Apply

If you wish to register please visit the conference website.

Contact

7th US-Japan Workshop Secretariat Japanese Foundation For Cancer Research

E-Mail 2020us-japan.ws”at”ml.jfcr.or.jp
Remarks
Administered by AMED
Division of Cancer Research, Department of Research Promotion