LIPID MAPS Annual Meeting 2010:
Lipidomics Impact on Cell Biology, Atherosclerosis, and Inflammatory Disease
May 3-4, 2010, La Jolla, CA

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Monday, May 3 Scripps Seaside Forum - UCSD

7:30-8:30 AM — Registration and Breakfast Buffet

8:30-8:45 — WELCOME [Edward A. Dennis]

8:45-10:45 — I. Membrane Protein Interactions [Shelagh Ferguson-Miller, Chair]
  •   8:45   William Dowhan (University of Texas-Houston Medical School): Lipid-protein interactions as a determinant of membrane protein structure and function
  •   9:15   Christian R.H. Raetz (Duke University): Elucidation of prenol lipid pathways by combining genetics and mass spectrometry
  •   9:45   Alfred H. Merrill, Jr. (Georgia Institute of Technology): Nuclear sphingolipids and nuclear receptors for sphingolipids
  • 10:15   H. Alex Brown (Vanderbilt University): Mass spectrometry based analysis of lipid signaling pathways
10:45-11:15 AM — Coffee Break

11:15-12:15 — II. Cell and Tissue Imaging [Graham shipley, Chair]
  • 11:15   Roger Y. Tsien (University of California, San Diego): Advances in cellular imaging
  • 11:45   Robert C. Murphy (University of Colorado Denver): Imaging of lipids by MALDI mass spectrometry
12:15 AM-12:30 PM — Meeting Photo

12:30-2:30 AM — Lunch and Poster Session (Presenters will be at their posters 1:30-2:30 PM)

2:30-4:00 PM — III. Lipid Mediators and Inflammatory Disease [Alan Aderem, Chair]
  •   2:30   Harvey Herschman (David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA): COX-2, colitis and cancer
  •   3:00   Ronald G. Tompkins (Massachusetts General Hospital): Inflammation and the host response to injury
  •   3:30   Edward A. Dennis (University of California, San Diego): Role of eicosanoids in inflammatory diseases
4:00-4:30 AM — Coffee and snacks

4:30-5:30 PM — IV. Lipids in Cell Biology [Sarah Spiegel, Chair]
  •   4:30   Philip A. Beachy (Stanford University): Role of lipids in hedgehog signaling
  •   5:00   Catherine E. Costello (Boston University): Novel lipidomics
5:30-6:00 PM — V. Short Talks I* [Rober Yu, Chair]
  •   5:30   Sunhee Hong (Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School): Mapping the M. tuberculosis lipidome reveals previously unknown deoxymycobactins
  •   5:45   Hay-Yan J. Wang (National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan): Profiling and imaging of phospholipids in rat brain sections after ischemic stroke
6:00-6:45 PM — Reception (Scripps Seaside Forum Terrace, University of California San Diego)

6:45-8:15 PM — Dinner (Scripps Seaside Forum, University of California San Diego)

* Presentations selected from submissions

Tuesday, May 4 Scripps Seaside Forum - UCSD

7:30-8:30 AM — Breakfast Buffet

8:30-10-00 AM — VI. Cholesterol and Atherosclerosis [Simin Meydani, Chair]
  •   8:30   Peter Tontonoz (Howard Hughes Medical Institute, UCLA): Control of cholesterol homeostasis by LXRs
  •   9:00   Joseph L. Witztum (University of California, San Diego): Innate protein recognition of oxidation-specific epitopes: potential importance in health and disease
  •   9:30   David W. Russell (University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center): Sterol analysis in mammalian cells and tissues

  • Dr's Tontonoz and Russell were unable to attend, so the schedule was adjusted as follows:

  •   8:30   Sarah Spiegel (Virginia Commonwealth University): Sphingosine-1-phosphate: Novel Intracellular Targets in Cancer
  •   9:00   Hiroyaki Arai (University of Tokyo): Identification of acyltransferases that determine the fatty acid composition of phosphotidylinositol
  •   9:30   Joseph L. Witztum (University of California, San Diego): Innate protein recognition of oxidation-specific epitopes: potential importance in health and disease
10:00-10:30 AM — Coffee Break

10:30 AM-12:00 PM — VII. Macrophage Biology [Walt Shaw, Chair]
  • 10:30   Steven E. Shoelson (Harvard Medical School): Foam cells and immunology of obesity
  • 11:00   Ira Tabas (Columbia University): Adaptive suppression of the unfolded protein response by toll-like receptor signaling
  • 11:30   Christopher K. Glass (University of California, San Diego): Oxysterol-dependent regulation of macrophage gene expression
12:00-2:00 AM — Lunch and Poster Session (Presenters will be at their posters 1:00-2:00 PM)

2:00-3:30 PM - VIII. Metabolomics, Clinical Networks and Informatics [Shankar Subramaniam, Chair]
  •   2:00  Rima Kaddurah-Daouk (Duke University): Metabolomics network for drug response phenotype
  •   2:30  Stephen H. Bryant (National Center for Biotechnology Information, National Institutes of Health): NCBI, PubChem and integration with LIPID MAPS
  •   3:00  Eoin Fahy (University of California, San Diego): Bioinformatics for mammalian lipidomics
3:30-4:00 PM — IX. Short Talks II* [Steve White, Chair]
  •   3:30   Kathleen A. Smoak (National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences): Myeloid differentiation primary response protein 88 couples reverse cholesterol transport to inflammation
  •   3:45   William J. Griffiths (Swansea University, UK): Analysis of oxysterols and cholestenoic acids in plasma and CSF by charge-tagging and LC-MSn
4:00 PM — Final Comments and Adjournment [Edward A. Dennis, Chair]

4:15 PM — Coffee and snacks

4:15-6:15 PM — Advisory Committee Meeting (committee members only)

Wednesday, May 5 La Jolla Shores Hotel - La Jolla Room

7:30-8:00 AM — Breakfast Buffet

8:00-10:30 AM — Operating Committee Meeting (committee members only)
10:30-11:30 AM — Steering Committee Meeting (committee members only)
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