Friday July 19

 

08:30

Registration opens

09:00-09:50
Plenary Lecture 5
Signaling within the mammalian circadian timing system
Ueli Schibler, Switzerland
09:50-10:20
Behavior and Biological Rhythms
State-of-the-Art 16
Biorhythms: from clock molecules to behaviors
Kyungjin Kim, Korea
Growth
State-of-the-Art 17
Role of IGF signalling in regulation growth in response to changes in oxygen availability
Cunming Duan, USA
Applied Comparative Endocrinology
State-of-the-Art 18
Impact of comparative endocrinology and biomedical research
Robert Millar, UK
10:20-10:40
Coffee break at the exhibition area
10:40-12:00
Symposium 16
Biorhythm generating systems Organizer: Horst Korf, Germany
Symposium 17
Recent insight in growth regulation
Organizers: Mark Sheridan, USA & Jaume Pérez-Sánchez, Spain
Symposium 18
Value of comparative endocrinological studies to the pharmaceutical and agrochemical industries Organizers: Geoff Coast, UK  & Ron Nachman, USA
12:00-13:00
Short communications
37-40
Short communications
41-44
Short communications
45-48
13:00-14:00
Lunch
14:00-15:00
Assemble
15:00-16:00
Closing Plenary Lecture 6 - dedicated to the memory of Howard Bern
Molecular mechanisms of sex determination and differentiation in fish
Yoshitaka Nagahama, Japan
16:00-16:40
Closure Ceremony. President’s Poster Prize
16:40
Farewell Drink