The Cold Spring Harbor Asia conference on Cilia & Centrosomes will be held in-person at Awaji, Japan between February 28 - March 3, 2023. Details of the in-perosn meeting can be found in the following URL (https://www.csh-asia.org/?content/1177)
The organizing committee for the Cilia & Centrosomes meeting has also decided to hold a half-day online pre-meeting webinar this year on 14 September 2022 to gather people in the research field of Cilia & Centrosomes to discuss and share some insight into the latest development in the field before the in-person meeting .
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1. Cilium & centrosome structure
2. Cilia & centrosomes in development
3. Cilia & centrosomes in motility
4. Cilia & centrosome in diseases
5. Sensory and signalling functions of cilia & centrosomes
6. Cilium & centrosome biogenesis
Paul Guichard, University of Geneva
Title:The Centriole Architecture: from molecular assembly to diseases
Daiju Kitagawa, The University of Tokyo
Title: Mechanisms coordinating DNA and centrosome replication cycles
Christina Mitchell, Monash University
Title: Regulation of phosphoinositides at cilia
Guangshuo Ou, Tsinghua University
Title: RNA editingin ciliary signaling
Asako Sugimoto, Tohoku University
Title: To be confirmed
Xueliang Zhu, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Title: Regulation of planar cell polarity of ependymal multicilia
and short talks from junior scientists
Takanobu Katoh (Hamada's lab), RIKEN Center for Biosystems Dynamics Research
Title: Mechanosensing by immotile cilia
Huijie Zhao (Jun Zhou's lab), Nankai University
Title: Cytopskeletal organization in centriole migration