The 49th Naito Conference

Outline

 

The 49th Naito Conference

Theme: Microbiome in Health and Disease
Date: 7/7 (Tuesday) - 7/10 (Friday), 2020
Venue: CHATERAISE Gateaux Kingdom SAPPORO(Hokkaido)
Poster Application Period: To be announced
 

Organizing Committee

Kenya HONDAChair           Keio University / RIKEN, Japan
Masayuki AMAGAI                     Keio University, Japan
Toshifumi HIBI                           Kitasato University, Japan
Kenji KABASHIMA                    Kyoto University, Japan
Kiyoshi TAKEDA                       Osaka University, Japan
 

Invited Lecturers ※Titles omitted/Alphabetical order

David ARTIS
Emily P. BALSKUS
Yasmine BELKAID
Richard BLUMBERG
Eugene B. CHANG
Sidonia FAGARASAN
Florent GINHOUX
Andrew GOODMAN
Lora V. HOOPER
Scott HULTGREN
Nobuhiko KAMADA
Dan R. LITTMAN
Andrew J. MACPHERSON
Yumi MATSUOKA(NAKAMURA)
Keisuke Chris NAGAO
Hiroshi OHNO
Michael OTTO
R. Balfour SARTOR
Toshiro SATO
Tiffany SCHARSCHMIDT
Motoyuki SUGAI


The Naito Conference aims at providing scientists an unparalleled opportunity for stimulating in-depth knowledge exchange on specific research topics under the atmosphere of a retreat environment in Japan. The participants would experience to be immersed in a full-body of sciences on the topics through the conference, leading to establish networks between world-renowned scientists and ambitious generations. The attendees are limited less than 100 scientists, consisting of both invited lecturers and poster presenters nominated by the organizing committee. The participants are requested full attendance throughout the period of the conference (4 days) as a general rule. The Naito Foundation, a non-profit organization for public services, provides all participants full of accommodations and meals for three nights stay at the conference site.

Call for Posters