Marine Ecology

MaFNaP_2017 Preliminary Program

Preliminary Program, PDF version

Monday, June 26

19.00-21.00

 

Welcome reception and Registration, Wissenschaftszentrum Kiel

Tuesday, June 27

9.00-9.35

Welcome addresses

Prof. Dr. Martin Visbeck, Speaker of Excellence Cluster Future Ocean (GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany)

Wolfgang-Dieter Glanz, Representative of the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Employment, Transport and Technology

Prof. Dr. Deniz Tasdemir, Host (RU Marine Natural Products Chemistry/GEOMAR-Biotech, GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany)

Session 1

Biodiversity and Cultivability of Marine Fungi

Chair: Prof. Dr. Deniz Tasdemir

9.35-10.20

Plenary Lecture (PL1) Prof. Dr. Russell Kerr - Investigations into the control of fungal natural products

10.20-10.35

Short Lecture (SL1) Benjamin Libor - Isolation studies on marine derived fungi using the diffusion chamber device

10.35-11.10

Coffee break

11.10-11.25

Short Lecture (SL2) Prof. Dr. Lan Liu - Inducing secondary metabolite production by mangrove endophytic fungi through fungal-bacterial co-culture

11.25-11.40

Short Lecture (SL3) Elena Bovio - Biodiversity and chemodiversity of the fungal community associated with the Atlantic sponge Grantia compressa

11.40-11.55

Short Lecture (SL4) Prof. Dr. Chang-Yun Wang - Marine bioactive natural products from coral-derived fungi collected from the South China Sea

11.55-12.10

Flash Presentations (3 x 5 min)

FP1 Bicheng Fan - Applying OSMAC approach to marine fungi for discovery of new anticancer lead compounds

FP2 Arnaud Cousseau - Marine Fusarium equiseti as a potential source of antitumoral natural compounds

FP3 Pinelopi Vlachou - Exploitation of marine microorganisms for the isolation of novel natural products with anti-aging bioactivity

12.10-13.30

Lunch break

Session 2

Chemodiversity of Marine Fungi

Chair: Prof. Dr. Russell Kerr

13.30-14.15

Plenary Lecture (PL2) Prof. Dr. Anake Kijjoa - Secondary metabolites from some marine-derived Neosartorya, Aspergillus, Talaromyces and Eurotium, collected from Thai waters

14.15-14.30

Short Lecture (SL5) Ernest Oppong-Danquah - Increasing the chemical space of marine fungi by co-cultivation for discovery of anti-phytopathogenic agents

14.30-14.45

Short Lecture (SL6) Prof. Dr. Robert Capon - Deciphering co-cultivation chemical communication as a strategy for accessing valuable new chemistry

14.45-15.00

Short Lecture (SL7) Fortunato Palma-Esposito - Exploitation of new bioactive compounds produced by Beauveria bassiana to fight MDR bacteria

15.00-15.30

Coffee break

Session 3

Physiology of Marine Fungi

Chair: Prof. Dr. Frank Kempken

15.30-16.15

Plenary Lecture (PL3) Prof. Dr. Nina Gunde-Cimerman - Fungi in the salterns – from halotolerance to halophily

16.15-16.30

Flash Presentations (3 x 5 min)

FP4 Jidapa Noinart - Anti-obesity activity of anthraquinones and other constituents of the marine-derived fungus Talaromyces stipitatus KUFA 0207

FP5 Fayrouz El-Maddah - Biosynthetic studies of novel polyketides from the marine sponge-derived fungus Stachylidium sp. 293K04

FP6 Estelle Sfecci - Biodiversity and chemodiversity of the cultivable fungal community associated to the Mediterranean marine sponge Phorbas tenacior (Porifera, Demospongiae)

16.30-18.30

Poster Session

Wednesday, 28 June

Session 4

Fungal analytics and metabolomics

Chair: Prof. Dr. Rob Capon

9.00-9.45

Plenary Lecture (PL4) Prof. Dr. Catherine Roullier - Halogenation in marine-derived fungi: Development of a metabolomic tool to investigate chlorinated and/or brominated compounds

9.45-10.00

Short Lecture (SL8) Dr. Delphine Parrot - Molecular networking combined with in-silico MS/MS database: A workflow for in-depth investigation of the marine fungal metabolome

10.00-10.15

Short Lecture (SL9) Prof. Dr. Olivier Grovel - Metabolomics reveal the dynamics of fungal metabolomes and biosynthetic pathways in marine-sourced Penicillium sp.

10.15-10.45

Short Lecture (SL10) Thomas Knoefel - Application of DESI-MS Imaging in the study of plants and microorganisms

10.45-11.15

Coffee break

Session 5

Marine Fungal Genetics and Genomics

Chair: Dr. Marlis Reich

11.15-12.00

Plenary Lecture (PL5) Prof. Dr. Frank Kempken - Genome and transcriptome analysis of marine fungi from Baltic, Mediterranean and North Sea

12.00-12.15

Short Lecture (SL11) Prof. Dr. Zhu-Hua Luo - Fungal diversity in deep seafloor of the Pacific Ocean

12.15-12.30

Short Lecture (SL12) Dr. Teppo Rämä - Diversity and bioactivity of Arctic marine fungi

12.30-13.45

Lunch break

Session 6

Fungal Interactions, Epigenetics and Ecology I

Chair: Prof. Dr. Anake Kijjoa

13.45-14.30

Plenary Lecture (PL6) Dr. Marlis Reich - What marine fungal ecologists can tell…

14.30-14.45

Short Lecture (SL13) Anne Tourneroche - Molecular interactions between endophytic fungi and bacteria from brown-algae in the context of quorum sensing

14.45-15.00

Short Lecture (SL14) Dr. Giorgio Gnavi - Modulation of fungal mechanism by mycoviruses: The case study of virus infected marine Penicillium janczewskii and a derived semi-cured isolate

15.00-15.15

Short Lecture (SL15) Prof. Dr. Samuel Bertrand - Fungal and microalgal interaction in a marine environment

15.15-15.45

Coffee break

Session 7

Fungal Interactions, Epigenetics and Ecology II

Chair: Prof. Dr. Nina Gunde-Cimerman

15.45-16.30

Plenary Lecture (PL7) Prof. Dr. Eva Stukenbrock - The role of histone-methyltransferases KMT1 and KMT6 in gene regulation and chromosome stability in the wheat pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici

16.30-18.00

Round table / Consortium discussion (moderated by Russell Kerr and Deniz Tasdemir)

19.30-22.00

Conference dinnerat Kieler Schloss,

Address: Dänische Straße 44, 24103 Kiel

Thursday, 29 June

Session 8

Marine Fungal Biotechnology and Biodiscovery

Chair: Prof. Dr. Antje Labes

8.45-9.30

Plenary Lecture (PL8) Prof. Dr. Vera Meyer - Exploiting the full potential of systems biology and synthetic biology to understand and rewire the cell factory Aspergillus niger

9.30-9.45

Short Lecture (SL16) Prof. Dr. Giovanna Cristina Varese - Self-assembling proteins from marine fungi

9.45-10.30

Plenary Lecture (PL9) Prof. Dr. Johannes F. Imhoff - Marine fungi, a prolific source of new compounds and the object of an EU funded international consortium

10.30-11.00

Coffee break

11.00-11.15

Short Lecture (SL17) Dr. Adelia Razeto - The first small-molecule anti-cancer agent modulating the function of VDAC1: Steps towards the understanding the mode of action of a marine fungi product

11.15-11.30

Awards ceremony

11.30-12.00

Closing remarks, Future perspectives

12.00-18.00

Lunch-to-go and Social program

 

 

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