AAS
AAS

DAEGU, KOREA 24-27 June 2023

DAEGU, KOREA
24-27 June 2023

Preliminary Programme

  • 08:00-09:30

    SHVM Board meeting

    09:00-18:00

    Registration

    09:30-12:00

    Pre-Meeting Trainee Workshops
    “Cutting-Edge Technologies for Metabolism Research”

    09:30-09:55

    Jihwan Park (GIST, South Korea)
    Practical application of single-cell metabolic analysis

    09:55-10:20

    Yong Sook Kim (Chonnam National University, South Korea)
    Understanding and applications of spacial transcriptomics in the heart

    10:20-10:45

    Pilhan Kim (KAIST, South Korea)
    Intravital two-photon imaging of cardiac lipid dropletes

    10:45-11:10

    Young-Kook Kim (Chonnam National University, South Korea)
    Exploring the role of non-coding RNA in cardiovascular diseases

    11:10-11:35

    Jeong-Min Kim (Seoul National University, South Korea)
    Cerebral atherosclerosis research with PET

    11:35-12:00

    Dae Ho Lee (Gachon University, South Korea)
    From bench to clinic: in vivo measurements of total lipids – beyond MR spectroscopy

    12:00-13:00

    Box lunch

    13:00-13:30

    Welcome Address and Preliminary Remarks

    Jaetaek Kim, In-Kyu Lee, E. Dale Abel, Terje Larsen

    13:30-14:10

    Keynote Lecture

    In-Kyu Lee (Kyungpook National University, South Korea)
    Role of PDK4 in mitochondrial quality control and dynamics

    Session 1 – Novel Metabolic Signaling Pathways in the Vasculature

    14:10-14:35

    Zoltan Arany (University of Pennsylvania, USA)
    Metabolic signaling in the vasculature

    14:35-15:00

    Kyu-Sang Park (Yonsei University Wonju College of Medicine, South Korea)
    Mitochondrial phosphate transporters in vascular calcification

    15:00-15:30

    Coffee break

    15:30-15:55

    Sung Joon Kim (Seoul National University, South Korea)
    Myosin light chain diphosphorylation and impaired relaxation of pulmonary arteries in monocrotaline-induced pulmonary arterial hypertensive rats

    15:55-16:25

    2 Short talks selected from submitted abstracts

    16:30-18:00

    Poster Session 1

    18:00-24:00

    Welcome Reception [Aston House]

  • 6:00-7:00

    Achasan Mountain trail (optional)

    7:20-8:20

    Breakfast Symposium [sponsored by LG Chem]

    Session 2 – Myocardial Substrate Signaling in Heart Failure

    8:30-8:55

    Heiko Bugger (Medical University of Graz, Austria)
    Molecular characterization of the human diabetic heart

    8:55-9:20

    Rong Tian (University of Washington, USA)
    Macrophage metabolism and heart failure

    9:20-9:45

    Julie McMullen (Baker Heart Institute, Australia)
    Lipids species predict atrial fibrillation in patients with diabetes

    9:45-10:10

    Rebecca Ritchie (Monash University, Australia)
    Regulation of energy metabolism in diabetic cardiomyopathy

    10:10-10:35

    Dunja Aksentijevic (Queen Mary University of London, UK)
    With a grain of salt: Sodium elevation and metabolic remodelling in heart failure

    10:35-10:50

    Coffee break

    10:50-11:50

    4 Short talks selected from submitted abstracts

    12:00-13:00

    Luncheon Symposium

    14:00

    Departure for tour of Korean Old Palaces

  • 7:00-8:00

    Breakfast Symposium [sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim]

    8:00-8:40

    Keynote Lecture

    E. Dale Abel (UCLA, USA)
    The next century of insulin signaling in the cardiovascular system

    8:40-9:00

    Coffee break

    Session 3 – Cardiac Ketone Signaling

    9:00-9:25

    Peter A. Crawford (University of Minnesota, USA)
    Regulation of systemic ketone metabolism

    9:25-9:50

    Jan Glatz (Maastricht University, The Netherlands)
    Specific amino acids to rescue the heart from lipid- or ketone body-induced insulin resistance and contractile dysfunction

    9:50-10:15

    Yongho Lee (Yonsei University, South Korea)
    SGLT2 inhibition-derived ketones protects diabetic cardiovascular disease

    10:15-10:40

    Dan Kelly (University of Pennsylvania, USA)
    Role of ketone intermediates in cardiometabolic health and disease

    10:40-11:10

    2 Short talks selected from submitted abstracts

    11:30-12:30

    Luncheon Symposium [sponsored by Viatris]

    12:30-14:45

    Poster Session 2

    Session 4 – Metabolic Insights in HFpEF

    14:45-15:10

    John Ussher (University of Alberta, Canada)
    Glucose oxidation as a therapeutic target for alleviating diastolic dysfunction in diabetic cardiomyopathy

    15:10-15:35

    Dan Tong (University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, USA)
    Impaired AMPK signaling in HFpEF-associated atrial fibrillation

    15:35-16:00

    Jong-Chan Youn (The Catholic University of Korea, South Korea)
    Senescent T cell driven inflammation in heart failure

    16:00-16:25

    John W. Elrod (Temple University, USA)
    Crosstalk between skeletal muscle metabolism and cardiac metabolism in HFpEF

    16:25-16:55

    2 Short talks selected from submitted abstracts

    16:55-17:55

    Session 5 – The "William C. Stanley" Early Investigator Awards

    Selected by the SHVM Board and the Organizers
    (Four ten-minute lectures with 5 min questions per speaker)

    18:30-22:00

    Gala Dinner [Walker Hall]

  • 8:00-9:00

    Breakfast Symposium [sponsored by Sanofi]

    9:00-9:40

    "William C. Stanley" Award Lecture

    Christine Des Rosiers (Montreal Heart Institute, Canada)

    9:40-10:00

    Coffee break

    Session 6 – Novel Mechanisms of Cardiac Disease

    10:00-10:25

    Sun-Hee Woo (Chungnam National University, South Korea)
    Distinct remodeling on local calcium signaling in right and left atrial myocytes under increased afterload

    10:25-10:50

    Ippei Shimizu (Juntendo University, Japan)
    Pathogenic roles of age-related metabolites in the synchronization of aging

    10:50-11:15

    Motohiro Nishida (Kyushu University, Japan)
    Regulation of cardiac robustness by reactive sulfide species

    11:15-11:45

    2 Short talks selected from submitted abstracts

    11:45-12:00

    SHVM 2022 Meeting Summary

    Organizers and SHVM President

    12:00-12:10

    Invitation to SHVM 2023

    12:10-13:00

    Box Lunch