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Yujing Li

Editor-In-Chief
Yujing Li
Department of Human Genetics
Emory University School of Medicine
USA

Emory University
Biography Non-coding RNAs and neurodegeneration, Epigenetics, neuron development, chemical biology approach towards the dissection of RNAi pathway.

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Yue Zhang

Executive Editor
Yue Zhang
Research center, CHUM
Univerity of Montreal
Canada

University of Montreal
Biography Genetics and Epigenetics, Systems biology, SLAC ( Stem cell biology,longevity, Ageing  and cancer biology) with a focus on chromatin remodelers w/o the stressors, particularly  radiation, heat shock, and nutrient deprivation by using  both C.elegans model organisms and mammalian systems.

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In-Hyun Park

Executive Editor
In-Hyun Park
Department of Genetics
Yale School of  Medicine, USA

Yale University School of Medicine
Biography genes important for pluripotent stem cells convert somatic cells to become induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells that have similar features of embryonic stem cells. The iPS cells provide unprecedented resources for cell replacement therapy and for developing platforms for drug discovery. Dr. Park’s lab investigates the molecular and epigenetic mechanism of reprogramming and the utility of iPS cells for human diseases.

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Ritsuko Kimata

Ritsuko Kimata
Professor
Clinical Research Institute of Fetal Medicine PMC
Osaka
Japan

Biography genetics from 2009 and performing quite a number of invasive genetic procedures including more than 1,400s CVS and 300 amniocenteses per year. In the era of prenatal diagnoses with advanced molecular genetics, she emphasizes ‘The fetuses first’ as a sonogenetical motto. She established the clinical genetic laboratory in Osaka with the aim of ultimate sonogenetics. She has been truly one of the international young executives in publishing and lecturing in a field of perinatology.

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Takanobu Kaido

Takanobu Kaido
Chief Editor
Department of Neurosurgery
National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry
Tokyo, Japan

Center of Neurology and Psychiatry
Biography brain ischemia

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Kazuhiko Sawada

Kazuhiko Sawada
Professor
Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences
Tsukuba International University
Japan

Tsukuba International University
Dominique Bremond-Gignac

Dominique Bremond-Gignac
Professor
Ophthalmology Department
University Hospital Necker  Enfants-malades
France

University Hospital Necker Enfants-malades
Shengping Hu

Shengping Hu
Professor
Molecular biology and forensic genetics
Tongji Medical University
China

Tongji Medical University
Biography genetic susceptibility to cancers, and its applications in forensic and population genetics.

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Gang Qian

Gang Qian
Professor
Department of Cell Biology and Genetics
Zunyi medical college
China

Zunyi medical college
Biography cell biology & plant molecular genetics.

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Wei Hsu

Wei Hsu
Associate Professor
Biomedical Genetics & Oncology
University of Rochester Medical Center
USA

University of Rochester
Biography disease.

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Koh Ono

Koh Ono
Associate Professor
Department of Cardiovascular Medicine
Kyoto University
Japan

Kyoto University
Biography non-coding RNA, MicroRNA, cardiovascular diseases, stem cells of the heart.

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Hussam Al-Kateb

Hussam Al-Kateb
Associate Director
Department of Immunology and Pathology
Washington University School of Medicine
USA

Biography genomic tests for a variety of diseases. Dr. Al-Kateb is also interested in discovering markers for differential diagnosis, prognosis and management of hematological malignancies.

 

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Nady Celine Golestaneh

Nady Celine Golestaneh
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular & Cellular Biology
Georgetown University School of Medicine
USA

Georgetown University
Biography human aging and has created hiPS cells from young and aged donors to subsequently differentiate them into somatic cells in order to study human aging mechanisms. The iPS cells would be of great interest to elucidate the genetics of human aging mechanisms, since recent studies have shown that telomeres are elongated in iPS cells compared to the parental differentiated cells, and the somatic mitochondria within hiPS cells revert to animmature ESC-like state and hiPS and hES cells, although not identical, share similar mitochondrial properties. In addition she investigates the influence of human KL gene in normal and pathological aging to understand the mechanisms of KL-induced human aging.

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Vesper Ramos

Vesper Ramos
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Creighton University
USA

Creighton University
Biography neurodegenerative diseases, nonmotor manifestations of Parkinson’s Disease, addressing the concerns of psychogenic nonepileptic seizures, cognitive and Psychiatric applications of Deep Brain Stimulation.

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Iraida Sharina

Iraida Sharina
University of Texas Medical School
UT Health Science Center
USA

The University of Texas Health Science Center
Biography link transducing increases in NO concentrations to activation of various downstream effector enzymes such as cGMP-binding protein kinases, phosphodiesterases and cyclic nucleotide gated ion channels.

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Zhihua Hua

Zhihua Hua
Department of Genetics
University of Wisconsin
USA

University of Wisconsin
Biography molecular biology and molecular evolutionary biology.

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Uttiya Basu

Uttiya Basu
Department of Microbiology and Immunology
College of Physicians and Surgeons
Columbia University
USA

Columbia University Medical Center
Biography mutations in the AID gene suffer from severe immunodeficiency leading to Hyper-IgM syndrome (HIGM2), whereas hyperactivity of AID leads to various B and T cell malignancies.

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Katrin Karl

Katrin Karl
Ludwig Maximilians University
Center of Prenatal Diagnosis
Germany

Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Biography gender on expression of immune mediators in amniotic fluid

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Jorn Bullerdiek

Jorn Bullerdiek
Center for Human Genetics
University of Bremen
Germany
 

University of Bremen
Biography human genetics and cancer

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Karen Heath

Karen Heath
Institute of Medical and Molecular Genetics
Hospital Universitario La Paz
Spain

HOSPITAL UNIVERSITARIO LA PAZ
Biography molecular genetics of craniosynostosis, molecular genetics of endocrine disorders.

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Yi-Han Chen

Yi-Han Chen
Key Laboratory of Arrhythmias
Ministry of Education

China

Biography genetic bases of cardiac arrhythmias, molecular mechanisms, novel intervention strategies of cardiovascular diseases.

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Babykumari P Chitramuthu

Babykumari P Chitramuthu
Endocrine Research Laboratory
Royal Victoria Hospital
Canada

Royal Victoria Hospital
Biography sequencing, southern, northern and western blotting, PCR techniques.

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Andrzej Kowalski

Andrzej Kowalski
Department of Biochemistry and Genetics
Jan Kochanowski University
Poland

Jan Kochanowski University
Biography epigenetic processes are concerned with population characteristic of polymorphic and modified histone H1 variants in certain special circumstances such as breeding and selection.

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Yanhong Ji

Yanhong Ji
School of Medicine
Xian Jiaotong University
China

Xian Jiaotong University
Biography epigenetic regulation of Immunoglobulin genes, RAG Recruitments during the Initiation of V(D)J Recombination.

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Monika Bugno-Poniewierska

Monika Bugno-Poniewierska
National Research Institute of Animal Production
Independent Laboratory of Genomics
Poland

National Research Institute of Animal Production
Biography chromonomics that is genomics where the organization of a genome in chromosomes is taken into account. These issues are helpful in creating genetic linkage groups, as well as in transferring results on other animals (comparative chromonomics).

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Shanker Bhattacharya

Shanker Bhattacharya
Andalusian Center for Molecular Biology
Cabimar Regenerative Medicine
Spain

Cabimar Regenerative Medicine
Biography X-chromosome.

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Byron Asimakopoulos

Byron Asimakopoulos
School of Medicine
Democritus University of Thrace
Greece

Democritus University
Biography embryo quality and pregnancy outcome.

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Ana Paula de Souza Pardo

Ana Paula de Souza Pardo
Department of Morphology
University of Campinas
Brasil

University of Campinas
Biography genetics.

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Veysel Sabri Hancer

Veysel Sabri Hancer
Department of Medical Biology and Genetics
Istanbul Bilim University
Turkey

Istanbul Bilim University
Biography Epigenetics.

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Staal Wouter Gerard

Staal Wouter Gerard
Department of Psychiatry
Utrecht University
Netherlands

Utrecht University
Biography neurodevelopmental disorders.

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Orit Reish

Orit Reish
Head, Medical Genetics Institute
Assaf Harofeh Medical Center
School of Medicine
Tel-Aviv University
Israel

Tel -Aviv University
Biography Mapping and detection of new genes and mutations
Cytogenetic studies assessing mechanisms leading to sporadic aneuploidy in patients and single cells

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Elif Yosunkaya

Elif Yosunkaya
Department of Medical Genetics
Istanbul University
Turkey
 

Istanbul Bilim University
Biography pregnancies at risk for teratogenicty and their outcomes”, in which 250 pregnancies at risk for teratogenicity were prospectively followed up and the outcomes evaluated in detail. The results of this research study highly expanded the scientific information of clinical teratology and promoted the counselling services for teratogenic exposures during pregnancy, fulfilling the significant requirement for this service not only in the country but also in neighbouring countries. Her extensive study on Familial Mediterranean Fever led to the discovery of a novel mutation of MEFV gene, and also over 20 significant genotype phenotype correlations for this disease. In Boston University, Center for Human Genetics, where she worked as a research associate in molecular genetics laboratory, she participated and directed various research projects, directed preclinical validation studies for genetic tests and evaluated feasibility studies of various molecular techniques. She was awarded a fellowship from Charcot-Marie-Tooth Association for her project titled “Fetal gene therapy for CMT1A”, and the results of this project formed the basis for a larger study project. Her former research subjects consisted of development of molecular techniques for DNA isolation from decayed materials, optimization of molecular techniques in which radioactive isotops are used, and development of algorithms to detect in vivo gene transfer via immunohistochemical assays using GFP. She is highly interested in and conducting research in the genetic basis of autoinflammatory disorders, the interface between cancer and inflammation, developmental genetics and teratology, syndromes with atypical inheritance patterns, pleiotropy and incomplete penentrance mechanisms in genetic syndromes, and searching for modifier gene effects on clinical entities with distinctly established mutations.

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Asude Durmaz

Asude Durmaz
Department of Medical Genetics
Ege University
Turkey

Ege University
Biography neurodegenerative diseases.

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Wonkam Ambroise

Wonkam Ambroise
Division of Human Genetics
University of Cape Town
South Africa
 

University of Cape Town
Biography human genetics and medical genetics

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Angel Garcia Martin

Angel Garcia Martin
Professor
StemTek Therapeutics
Spain

StemTek Therapeutics
Biography cells in order to find novel therapeutic and diagnostic/prognostic targets.

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Shuhua Xu

Shuhua Xu
ShanghaiTech University
china

ShanghaiTech University
Biography Genomics Group led by Dr. Xu is using computational approaches and developing new methods to dissect genetic architecture of human populations, quantitatively characterize their admixture features, and reveal their migration history and adaptive divergence. Dr. Xu has authored many scientific papers published in Science, PNAS, The American Journal of Human Genetics, Genome Research, Molecular Biology and Evolution, Human Molecular Genetics, European Journal of Human Genetics, the PLoS and the BMC series.

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  • Ivan P Gorlov

    Ivan P Gorlov
    Department of Community and Family Medicine
    Dartmouth College
    Hanover, NH USA

     

    Dartmouth College

    The overarching goal of my research is to address challenges resulting from common use of technologies generating high throughput data. Next generation sequencing platforms routinely produce millions of data reads. As a result, multiple statistical tests are required making it difficult to sort signal from noise. We can however turn those and other challenges into advantages. In many cases multiple data types are available for the same phenotype. Integrating data across various platforms may enhance and consolidate true signal allowing its easier discrimination from noise. As an example, we have combined data from genome-wide association studies (GWAS) with whole-genome profiling of gene expression to identify and validate novel cancer genes (Gorlov et. al, 2009).

     

    One of the most effective ways to integrate diverse data is meta-analysis. I have used meta-analysis of the whole-genome expression data to identify novel prostate cancer genes. We have used a modified approach based on the analysis of individual P-values. The advantage of the approach is that it can be applied to any type of data and therefore can be used to integrate different types of the data

     

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    mutations, clonal heterogeneity, and clonal selection by comparing host and tumor genotypes. We are also developing approaches for in-depth analysis and interpretation of the gene expression data. An important problem here is tumor heterogeneity. Tumor heterogeneity has two aspects: clonal or cellular heterogeneity within an individual tumor and heterogeneity between different tumors: different tumors may use different genes to acquire the same phenotype, e. g., drug resistance. In a recent study we found that an analysis of interindividual variation in expression levels helps to identify genes underlying tumor heterogeneity. I see my role in bridging a gap between clinical researchers and the vast publicly available data on gene expression, somatic mutations, genotyping, methylation and sequencing as well as bioinformatics and statistical tools to deal with them. Those resource help put the results of an individual study in the context of what is already known in the area. The combination of in-house and publically available data may help with prioritizing of the findings, facilitates the development of a working hypothesis and guides future experiments.

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  • Jianzhong Ma

    Jianzhong Ma
    The University of Texas Health Science Center
    Housten
    USA

    The University of Texas Health Science Center
    Biography Genome-wide association study of inversions,  Principal components analysis of population structure and admixture.

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  • JoakIim Dillner

    JoakIim Dillner
    Professor
    Department of Laboratory Medicine
    Karolinska Institute
    Sweden

    Karolinska Institutet
    Biography biology, immunology and vaccinology, clinical virology and epidemiology. He is well-known as PI of Swedescreen, the first started randomised trial of HPV-screening (since 1997) and as PI of the WHO HPV LabNet Global Reference Laboratory (since 2006). Since 2012 he has also taken over the International Papillomavirus Reference Center. The center was founded by Dr. E.M. deVilliers of the German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg and has during 1985-2012 received and resequenced new isolates of HPV and assigned the unique HPV types numbers for new HPV types, an activity that since 2012 is now performed by Dr. Dillner. He has led several large EU consortia on infections and cancer, notably ERICBSB (Evaluation of Risk of Infections in Cancer using Biological Specimen Banks) and VIRASKIN (Viruses and skin cancer risk) in the Fifth Framework program and CCPRB (Cancer Control using Population-based Registries and Biobanks) in the Sixth Framework program. He has led the Swedish National Biobanking program at the start in 2002, and upon re-organization as the BioBanking& Molecular Resource Infrastructure of Sweden (BBMRI.se) in 2009

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    Yan Guo

    Yan Guo
    Professor
    Department of Cancer Biology
    Vanderbilt University
    USA

    Vanderbilt University
    Biography Exome Sequencing, GWAS, Copy Number, Microarray ).
    Cancer bioinformatics research, mitochondria biomarkers for predicting cancer and recurrent cancer cases.

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