Invited Speakers
Plenary Speakers
CSRB
Professor Wei Li


Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Genomic imprinting; cloning; sex chromosome; sexual dimorphism

 

KSARB
Professor Myung-Geol Pang


Chung-Ang University, Korea
Defining male fertility in the era of Genomics


   

SRB
Associate Professor Pradeep Tanwar


The University of Newcastle, Australia
Reproductive tract stem cells and their role in gynaecological diseases


   


SRD
Professor Takeshi Osawa


University of Miyazaki, Miyazaki, Japan

Reproductive tract disorders of periparturient cows

   

SRF
Professor Philippa Saunders


University of Edinburgh, UK

Sex steroids and the endometrium: dynamics and disorders

   

TSAR
Dr. Theerawat Tharasanit


Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Differentiation of embryonic and induced pluripotent stem cells towards germ-like cells

   
 
Invited Speakers in Concurrent Sessions
Professor John Bromfield
University of Florida, USA

TBC
 

Dr. Elizabeth Bromfield
The University of Newcastle, Australia

Shining a spotlight on lipids in male reproductive health
 

Professor Youngsok Choi
Konkuk University, Korea

CFP1 Role in Spermatogenesis

 

Professor Jeong Tae Do
Konkuk University, Korea

Gene expression signatures and energy metabolism in three types of blastocyst-derived stem cells
 


Professor Janice Evans
Purdue University, USA

TBC
 

Professor Binqing Fu
University of Science and Technology, China

Natural killer cells and their functions in early pregnancy

 

Dr. Michael Garrett
The University of Ontago, New Zealand

Modulation of reproductive life-history and ageing by the opposite sex
 

Dr. Karla Hutt
Monash University, Australia

Title of presentation: Protecting the ovary from damage to preserve fertility and endocrine health
 

Dr. Kimiko Inoue
Bioresource Research Center, RIKEN, Japan

Placental development
 

Dr. Kampon Kaeoket
Mahidol University, Thailand

Semen Cryopreservation: the "Noah ship" for pig genetic under "ASF" outbreak

 

Dr. Min-Hee Kang
Konkuk University, Korea

RNA-seq analysis for toxicity evaluation in early embryo development
 

Professor Il-Keun Kong
Gyeongsang National University(GNU), Korea

Genetic Improvement of OPU derived Embryo Transfer in Hanwoo(Korea Native Cow)
 

Dr. Amanda de Mestre
Royal Veterinary College, London, UK

Integrating disciplines to unravel underlying causes of pregnancy loss in the mare
 

Professor Bruce Murphy
University of Montreal, Canada

Orphan nuclear receptor regulation of the ovary
 

Dr. Yayoi Obata
Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan 

Oogenesis

 

Dr. Suppawiwat Ponglowhapan
Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Testicular aging in the dog: an overview of structure and spermatogenic epithelium

 

Professor Mick Rae
Edinburgh Napier University, UK

Prenatal androgen excess negatively impacts male postnatal metabolic health

 

Dr. Amanda Sferruzzi-Perri
University of Cambridge, UK 

Role of the placenta in linking maternal and fetal developmental physiology
 

Dr. Masayuki Shimada
Hiroshima University, Japan 

Sperm, reproductive technology
 

Dr. Kannika Siripattarapravat
Kasetsart University, Thailand

Primordial germ cells of red jungle fowls and Thai indigenous pheasants: isolation, charaterization and banking

 

Dr. Jeremy Smith
The University of Western Australia, Australia

Title of presentation: Kisspeptin neurons are central regulators of fertility - but also govern rhythms of metabolism, core temperature and activity
 

Dr. Satoshi Sugiura
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan 

Morphological dynamics of preimplantation embryos

 

Professor Lei Wang
Fudan University, China

The genetic basis of abnormalities in human oocyte maturation, fertilization and embryonic development.
 

Professor Qiang Wang
Nanjing Medical University, China

Maternal enviroment and germ cell development
 

Professor Humphrey Hung-Chang Yao
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, USA 

From Glowing Penis to Oocyte-Producing Testis: the Power of Mouse Genetics on the Understanding of Sexual Differentiation
 

Professor Ping Zheng
Kunming Institue of Zoology(KIZ), Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Neo-oogenesis
 
 
     
Key Dates

Registration and Call for Abstract starts

September 1, 2020

Abstract Submission Deadline

February 28, 2021

Early Bird Registration Deadline

May 31, 2021

Online Registration Deadline

September 1, 2021

On-site Registration Dates

September 15-17, 2021