セミナー・集中講義

2020年2月

セミナー 2/28ミニシンポジウムのご案内 2/28 [15:00~] 大学院

下記、人類の最大の敵である「蚊」の生物学に焦点を当てたシンポジウムが開催されます。第一部は日本語、第二部は英語での開催です。皆様ぜひご来聴ください。
 
 
日 時/Dates:2月28日(金)/Feb 28th, Friday. 15:00〜18:00 
 
場 所/Venue:理学部E館1階 E131 /School of Science Building E, 1st Floor, E131 Room


Mosquito mini-symposium announcement:
Exploring the clock’s influence on core mosquito behaviors
 
Outline:
Mosquitoes act as vectors of diseases which cause hundreds of thousands of deaths each year. Current control methods are proving increasingly inadequate in the face of increased insecticidal resistance and adaptative mosquito behaviours. Novel control methodologies are thus required, which necessitates an improved understanding of basic mosquito biology. This is particularly true for the two most important mosquito behaviors from a human perspective; host seeking and mating.
Whilst these behaviors are of course highly distinct, underlying both is the mosquito’s circadian clock. Mosquitoes are exquisitely circadian animals and show a strong rhythmicity in their biting and copulating propensities. This symposium will focus on the latest scientific advances in our knowledge of the mosquito circadian clock, and how genetic manipulations to the core clock machinery can impact mosquito behavior.

※人類の最大の敵である「蚊」の生物学に焦点を当てたシンポジウムです。第一部は日本語、第二部は英語で開催します。
 
Speakers:
Prof Hirotaka Kanuka (Tokyo Jikei Medical University) will first introduce some fundamentals of mosquito biology, including the influence of the clock on general mosquito behaviors. Dr Takashi Miyake (Gifu University) will then talk about the feeding habits of a fish-fed mosquito in Okinawa, before Dr Matthew Su (Nagoya University) will then talk about the role of the clock during mosquito mating.
 
Schedule:
15:00 – 15:10 Welcome
第一部【日本語で開催】[Japanese]
15:10 – 16:10 嘉糠洋陸 教授 (Prof Hirotaka Kanuka)  
‘病原体媒介蚊の生物学’ 
16:15 – 16:45 三宅 崇 博士
‘魚から吸血する蚊 ~カニアナヤブ蚊の生態と吸血源~’
 
第二部【英語で開催】[English]
16:50 – 17:50 Dr Matthew Su  
‘The role of acoustic communication in Aedes courtship’
17:50 – 18:00 Concluding remarks
 
連絡先/Contact:上川内あづさ/Azusa Kamikouchi(E-mail:kamikouchi@bio.nagoya-u.ac.jp)
 

セミナー 2/19 GTRセミナーのお知らせ(アドバンス生命理学特論/Topics in Advanced Biological Science) 2/19 [13:30~15:00] 大学院

GTRセミナーが開催されます。皆様ぜひご来聴ください。
 
This is an announcement for the Topics in Advanced Biological Science. Everyone is welcome.
※このセミナーは「アドバンス生命理学特論/Topics in Advanced Biological Science」です。

日 時/Dates:2020年2月19日(水)/Wednesday, Feb. 19 13:30-15:00

場 所/Venue:理学部E館1階 E131/School of Science Building E, 1st Floor, E131 Room
 
演 者/Lecturer:柚崎 通介 先生(慶應大学医学部 神経生理学・教授)
 
演 題/Title:はじめにシナプスありきー精神・神経疾患の基盤としてのシナプス形成機構
 
使用言語:日本語/Lecture in Japanese

連絡先:日比 正彦(動物器官機能学グループ) hibi@bio.nagoya-u.ac.jp(内線:5198)
 
 

セミナー 2/28 Mosquito mini-symposium announcement 2/28 [15:00~18:00] 大学院

Information on Mosquito mini-symposium. Everyone is welcome.
 
日 時/Dates:Friday 28th February, 15:00-18:00
 
場 所/Venue:Room E131, Science building E, Nagoya University
 
Mosquito mini-symposium announcement:
Exploring the clock’s influence on core mosquito behaviors
 
Outline:
Mosquitoes act as vectors of diseases which cause hundreds of thousands of deaths each year. Current control methods are proving increasingly inadequate in the face of increased insecticidal resistance and adaptative mosquito behaviours. Novel control methodologies are thus required, which necessitates an improved understanding of basic mosquito biology. This is particularly true for the two most important mosquito behaviors from a human perspective; host seeking and mating.
Whilst these behaviors are of course highly distinct, underlying both is the mosquito’s circadian clock. Mosquitoes are exquisitely circadian animals and show a strong rhythmicity in their biting and copulating propensities. This symposium will focus on the latest scientific advances in our knowledge of the mosquito circadian clock, and how genetic manipulations to the core clock machinery can impact mosquito behavior.
人類の最大の敵である「蚊」の生物学に焦点を当てたシンポジウムです。第一部は日本語、第二部は英語で開催します。
 
Speakers:
Prof Hirotaka Kanuka (Tokyo Jikei Medical University) will first introduce some fundamentals of mosquito biology, including the influence of the clock on general mosquito behaviors. Dr Matthew Su (Nagoya University) will then talk about the role of the clock during mosquito mating, before Dr ChunHong Chen (NHRI, Taiwan) will conclude proceedings by discussing how the clock affects mosquito host-seeking as well as the immune system.
 
Schedule:
15:00 – 15:10 Welcome

第一部【日本語で開催】[Japanese]
15:10 – 16:10 嘉糠 洋陸 教授 (Prof Hirotaka Kanuka)  
‘病原体媒介蚊の生物学’ 

第二部【英語で開催】[English]
16:10 – 16:50 Dr Matthew Su  
‘The role of acoustic communication in Aedes courtship’

16:50 – 17:50 Dr ChunHong Chen  
‘CRISPR/Cas9 genomic editing for generating circadian and immune protein mutants in Aedes aegypti

17:50 – 18:00 Concluding remarks
 


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