Day 6 (August 24(Fri))

Session Title
Time Type Speaker
[6101] Innovative approaches for malaria elimination
Room : 324A / 08:30 ~ 10:30
08:30 ~ 09:00 Keynote Controlled human infections as a tool for evaluating antimalarial interventions
Benjamin Mordmueller (University of Tuebingen, Germany)
09:00 ~ 09:12 Presenter Immune response to the malaria vaccine candidate BK-SE36 in clinical trials
Nirianne Palacpac (Osaka University, Japan)
09:12 ~ 09:24 Presenter BK-SE36 pathway for malaria vaccine development
Toshihiro Horii (Osaka University, Japan)
09:24 ~ 09:36 Presenter Mining the malaria genome for malaria vaccine candidates by innovative wheat germ cell-free technology
Takafumi Tsuboi (Ehime University, Japan)
09:36 ~ 09:48 Presenter Global issue of drug resistant malaria and population structure of malaria parasites for global malaria control
Toshihiro Mita (Juntendo Umiversity, Japan)
09:48 ~ 10:00 Presenter Overcoming the challenge of asymptomatic malaria infections for malaria control and elimination
Pratap Singhasivanon (Mahidol University, Thailand)
10:00 ~ 10:12 Presenter Introduction of the automated hematology analyzer XN-30
Kinya Uchihashi (Sysmex Corporation, Japan)
[6102] The need for new treatments for filariasis to ensure that no-one is left behind
Room : 324B / 08:30 ~ 10:30
08:30 ~ 09:00 Keynote Development of alternative treatments for filarial diseases
Sabine Specht (DNDi, Switzerland)
09:00 ~ 09:15 Presenter Exploring the potential impact of hypothetical new drugs for onchocerciasis using mathematical models
Luc Coffeng (Erasmus MC University Medical Center Rotterdam, Netherlands)
09:15 ~ 09:30 Presenter 30 years of annual ivermectin mass-treatments did not stop transmission in a former hyperendemic focus of river blindness (Onchocerca volvulus) in Northern Cameroon
Adrian Streit (Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, Germany)
09:30 ~ 09:45 Presenter Innate control of filarial nematode infection:the unexpected role of Natural Killer cells
Nicolas Pionnier (Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK)
09:45 ~ 10:00 Presenter Challenges of interrupting transmission of lymphatic filariasis and onchocerciasis in Nigeria
Chinyere Ukaga (Imo State University Owerri, Nigeria)
10:00 ~ 10:15 Presenter Development of murine models of loiasis to assess filaricidal activity of preclinical candidate anti-filarial drugs
Nicolas Pionnier (Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK)
[6103] Challenge for leishmaniasis
Room : 320A / 08:30 ~ 10:30
08:30 ~ 08:35 Opening Remark
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10:20 ~ 10:30 Discussion
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08:35 ~ 09:05 Keynote Challenges and progress towards a simple point of care diagnostic test for visceral leishmaniasis
Maowia Mukhtar (The Institute of Endemic Diseases, University of Khartoum, Sudan)
09:05 ~ 09:20 Presenter The role of BAFF in antibody production and pathology during experimental visceral leishmaniasis
Yasuyuki Goto (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
09:20 ~ 09:35 Presenter Mucosal vaccination for cutaneous leishmaniasis in mouse model
Yasunobu Matsumoto (University of Tokyo, Japan)
09:35 ~ 09:50 Presenter Species identification and phylogenetic analysis of Leishmania isolated from Xinjiang Autonomous Region, The People’s Republic of China
De-Hua Lai (Sun Yat-Sen University, China)
09:50 ~ 10:20 Presenter The last situation of leishmaniasis in European and Middle East countries
Yusuf Ozbel (Ege University, Turkey)
[6104] Control of soil-transmitted helminths
Room : 320B / 08:30 ~ 10:30
08:30 ~ 09:00 Keynote Optimizing strategies for STH control
Susana Vaz Nery (UNSW, Australia)
09:00 ~ 09:30 Keynote
Simon Brooker
09:30 ~ 09:45 Presenter Evaluation of crude adult Ascaris suum intestinal tract homogenate in inducing protective IgG production against A. suum larvae in BALB/c mice
Mark John Girasol (University of the Philippines, Philippines)
09:45 ~ 10:00 Presenter Toxocara canis - A one-health problem
Dwight Bowman (Cornell University, USA)
10:00 ~ 10:15 Presenter An integrated approach for the control of intestinal parasites, south-central Côte d’Ivoire
Gaoussou Coulibaly (University Félix Houphouët-Boigny, Côte d'Ivoire)
10:15 ~ 10:30 Presenter A hotspot survey of neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) in three states, Sudan
Hassan Ahmed Hassan Ahmed Ismail (Federal Ministry of Health, Sudan)
10:30 ~ 10:45 Presenter Schistosomiasis and soil-transmitted helminths: the need for integrated and sustained control in North Kordofan State, Sudan
Hassan Ahmed Hassan Ahmed Ismail (Federal Ministry of Health, Sudan)
[6105] Host-parasite interaction of intracellular protozoan (2)
Room : 321A / 08:30 ~ 10:30
08:30 ~ 09:00 Keynote Using comparative genomics and genetic manipulation in closely-related parasite species to understand the molecular underpinnings of life cycle and host range evolution in the human parasite Toxoplasma gondii
Jon Boyle (University of Pittsburgh, USA)
09:00 ~ 09:15 Presenter Toxoplasma gondii ROP18I suppresses IFN-γ/STAT1 pathway by targeting NMI in human cells
Jing Xia (Southern Medical University, China)
09:15 ~ 09:30 Presenter Genome-wide expression profiling of the spleen in a lethal and non-lethal malaria infection model
Regina May Ling Hoo (Nanyang Technological University of Singapore, Singapore)
09:30 ~ 09:45 Presenter Investigating duffy binding protein gene duplication in Sudanese Plasmodium vivax field isolates
Muzamil Abdelhamid Elmahdi (University of Khartoum, Sudan)
09:45 ~ 10:00 Presenter Trypanosomiasis-induced B cell apoptosis results in loss of protective anti-parasite antibody responses and abolishment of vaccine-induced memory responses
Magdalena Radwanska (Ghent University Global Campus, Korea)
10:00 ~ 10:15 Presenter Anti-Toxoplasma gondii antibodies in hospitalized cancer patients compared with non-cancerous matched group in Isfahan, Iran
Abbasali Eskandarian (Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Iran)
[6106] Geospatial health: Challenges and opportunities in parasitology
Room : 321B / 08:30 ~ 10:30
08:00 ~ 08:15 Organizer Geospatial health: Challenges and opportunities in parasitology
Laura Rinaldi (University of Napoli Federico II, Italy)
08:15 ~ 08:45 Presenter Spatial decision support for malaria elimination
Archie Clements (Curtin University, Australia)
08:45 ~ 09:00 Presenter Risk assement of malaria tranmission in the border areas between China and Myanmar
Xiao-Nong Zhou (National Institute of Parasitic Diseases at China CDC, China)
09:00 ~ 09:15 Presenter Comparing Bayesian decision networks and multilevel logistic regression models to predict spatial prevalence of malaria in Papua New Guinea
Eimear Cleary (The Australian National University, Australia)
09:15 ~ 09:30 Presenter Geospatial-temporal distribution of tegumentary leishmaniasis in Colombia (2007–2016)
Juan David Ramírez (Universidad del Rosario, Colombia)
[6107] Vaccines for parasitic diseases
Room : 322A / 08:30 ~ 10:30
08:30 ~ 09:00 Keynote Advances in anti-Toxoplasma gondii vaccine development: Opportunities and challenges
Xing-Quan Zhu (Lanzhou Veterinary Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China)
09:00 ~ 09:15 Presenter Regulation of memory T cell response in cutaneous leishmaniasis: Implications for vaccine design and vaccination strategies
Jude Uzonna (University of Manitoba, Canada)
09:15 ~ 09:30 Presenter Incorporation of Toxoplasma gondii multiple antigenic protein into influenza virus-like particles enhances protection
Su-Hwa Lee (Kyung Hee University, Korea)
09:30 ~ 09:45 Presenter Live attenuated Leishmania major as a prophylactic vaccine
Md Abu Musa (Nagasaki University, Japan)
09:45 ~ 10:00 Presenter Development of a novel malaria vaccine based on heterologous prime-boost immunization regimen using adenovirus and adeno-associated virus vectors
Mitsuhiro Iyori (Kanazawa University, Japan)
10:00 ~ 10:15 Presenter Respiratory syncytial virus infection induces resistance against subsequent Trichinella spiralis infection
Ki Back Chu (KyungHee University, Korea)
[6108] Challenges and opportunities in foodborne parasite genomics: From microscope to MiSeq
Room : 322B / 08:30 ~ 10:30
08:30 ~ 09:00 Keynote TBA
Bjorn Andersson (Karolinska Insitute, Sweden)
09:00 ~ 09:15 Presenter Cyclospora cayetanensis genomics: From human stool samples to whole genome assemblies
Hediye Nese Cinar (US Food and Drug Administration, USA)
09:15 ~ 09:30 Presenter iTRAQ-based proteomics reveals cross-talk interactions between the newly excysted juveniles (NEJ) from F. hepatica and the host’s intestinal epithelium
Javier González-Miguel (Institute of Natural Resources and Agrobiology of Salamanca (IRNASA - CSIC), Spain)
09:30 ~ 09:45 Presenter Genetic diversity of Echinococcus granulosus sensu stricto in Algeria
Mohammed Mebarek Bia (Chungbuk National University, Korea)
09:45 ~ 10:00 Presenter Detoxification system of the food-borne parasite Opisthorchis felineus, Rivolta 1884: Functional and bioinformatic studies
Maria Pakharukova (Institute of Cytology and Genetics, Russia)
10:00 ~ 10:15 Presenter Molecular identification and phylogenetic analysis of Fasciola flukes from Ecuador
Shinpei Kasahara (Iwate University, Japan)
[6109] Ichtyoparasitology
Room : 323A / 08:30 ~ 10:30
08:30 ~ 09:00 Keynote Biodiversity of parasitic flatworms of fishes in the 21st Century – The Golden Age
Thomas Cribb (The University of Queensland, Australia)
09:00 ~ 09:30 Keynote Knowns and unknowns about the diversity of marine parasitic Nematoda
Shokoofeh Shamsi (Charles Sturt University, Australia)
09:30 ~ 09:45 Presenter Fish haemogregarines – A molecular approach to resolve the phylogeny of a currently morphologically characterised group
Courtney Cook (North-West University, Australia)
09:45 ~ 10:00 Presenter Uncovering the digenean diversity in freshwater fishes in Africa
Olena Kudlai (North-West University, South Africa)
10:00 ~ 10:15 Presenter Identifying co-introduced ancyrocephalid monogeneans from invasive Micropterus salmoides (Lacépède, 1802) in South Africa: A multi-disciplinary approach
Marliese Truter (North-West University, Thailand)
10:15 ~ 10:30 Presenter The current status of, and future research trends on, African freshwater and estuarine fish parasitic Crustacea
Nico Smit (North-West University, Thailand)
10:30 ~ 10:45 Presenter The role of parasitic Crustacea as vectors of fish pathogens
Kerry Hadfield Malherbe (North-West University, Thailand)
[6110] Livestock parasites
Room : 323B / 08:30 ~ 10:30
08:30 ~ 08:45 Keynote Pentastomid parasites in Australian carnivores and livestock
Shokoofeh Shamsi (Charles Sturt University, Australia)
08:45 ~ 09:00 Presenter Site-directed mutagenesis study revealed three important residues in Hc-DAF-22, a key enzyme regulating diapause of Haemonchus contortus
Jingru Zhou (Zhejiang University, China)
09:00 ~ 09:15 Presenter The mechanisms underlying the MHC association with resistance to the nematode Teladorsagia circumcincta
Michael Stear (La Trobe University, Australia)
09:15 ~ 09:30 Presenter A novel antagonist against goat IL-4 derived from the excretory and secretory products of H. contortus
Xiaowei Tian (Nanjing Agricultural Uinversity, China)
09:30 ~ 09:45 Presenter Oesophagostomiasis in black bengal goats (Capra aegagrus hircus) in north western part of Bangladesh: Epidemiology and pathology
Abdul Alim (Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh)
09:45 ~ 10:00 Presenter Molecular characterization of Oxyspirura mansoni and Philophthalmus gralli detected from the eye of domestic chickens in Bangladesh
Peru Gopal Biswas (Iwate University, Japan)
10:00 ~ 10:15 Presenter Designing indirect ELISA test for detection of antibodies against serotype A2013 and O2010 of foot and mouth disease (FMD) virus in cattle
Fatemeh Malekdar (Razi Vaccine and Serum Institue, Iran)
[6111] Flies and other arthropods
Room : 315 / 08:30 ~ 10:30
08:30 ~ 08:45 Keynote Morphine presence detection on flies larvae that found in rat carcasses in the botanical garden
Dita Pratiwi Kusuma Wardani (Universitas Muhammadiyah Purwokerto, Indonesia)
08:45 ~ 09:00 Presenter Furoncular skin and wounds myiasis in French Guyana
Alireza Ensaf (H.S.F., France)
09:00 ~ 09:15 Presenter Human urinary myiasis caused by Clogmia albipunctata (Diptera: Psychodidae) with morphological description of larva and pupa: Case report
Nadia El-Dib (Cairo University, Egypt)
09:15 ~ 09:30 Presenter The toxicity of essential oils from some Origanum species against Pediculus capitis
Yusuf Ozbel (Ege University, Turkey)
09:30 ~ 09:45 Presenter Screening available agents for the control of Aaethina tumida (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae) in the Republic of Korea
Yun Sang Cho (Animal and Plant Quarantine Agency, Korea)
09:45 ~ 10:00 Presenter Helicoverpa armigera (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) immune response to nematode-bacteria complex
Ashok Chaubey (Chaudhary Charan Singh University, India)
10:00 ~ 10:15 Presenter Identification of mite (Macronyssidae: Ophionyssus) from snake in Indonesia
Kurniasih Imanudin (Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia)
10:15 ~ 10:30 Presenter Evaluation of blood meal source by molecular tools of Rhodnius robustus submitted to starvation
Alena Iñiguez (FIOCRUZ, Brazil)
[6112] Drug resistance in STH of humans
Room : 324B / 08:30 ~ 10:30
09:00 ~ 09:15 Organizer The dog hookworm (Ancylostoma caninum): An ideal model for studying drug resistance in human hookworms
Ray Kaplan (University of Georgia, USA)
08:30 ~ 09:00 Keynote Evolution of anthelminthic drug resistance in the era of preventive chemotherapy: What can mathematical models tell us?
Luc Coffeng (Erasmus MC University Medical Center Rotterdam, Netherlands)
08:15 ~ 08:30 Presenter Quinolone-fused cyclic sulfonamide as a novel benign antifilarial agent
Suprabhat Mukherjee (Visva-Bharati University, India)
09:30 ~ 09:45 Presenter Identification of potential anthelmintic molecules with a new high content screening strategy using the Caenorhabditis elegans model
Giovana Cintra (Federal University of São Paulo, Brazil)
09:45 ~ 10:00 Presenter Genistein: Is the multifarious botanical a natural anthelmintic too?
Bidyadhar Das (North Eastern Hill University, India)