Daily Program <As of July 5>  
Please note that the schedule is subject to change.
Program at a Glance
Program at a Glance
14:30 - 15:30 Opening Ceremony Room 1
15:40 - 16:40 Opening Plenary Lecture: Danial Dürschmied Room 1
16:50 - 17:50 Plenary Lecture for ESCHM: Lessons learnt from comparative hemorheology Room 1
18:00 - 19:00 Rising Star Award Session - 1 Room 1
19:10 - 20:10 Free Comunication (Video Presentation) Room 1
20:20 - 21:50 S1: Microperfusion of different inner organs examined by contrast enhanced ultrsound technology or PET/CT Room 1
S2: Clinical hemorheology in critically ill patients Room 2
S3: Intracellular signaling in RBC: roles and consequences Room 3
09:10 - 10:10 Keynote Lecture 1
Endothelium-dependent hyperpolarization (EDH) and endothelial dysfunction in hypertension: The role of endothelial ion channels
Kenichi Goto (Kyushu University)
Room 1
Keynote Lecture 2
Clinical Management for Adverse Complications in Patients with Left Ventricular Assist Devices
Michinari Hieda (Kyushu University)
Room 2
09:10 - 10:40 S4: Microfluidic and in silico device applications in hemorheology Room 3
10:20 - 11:50 S5: Mechanical circulatory support: from in-development to in vivo Room 1
S6: Multi-scale diagnosis of biorheology and microcirculation Room 2
12:00 - 13:00 President-Invited Plenary Lecture - 1
On the Path of Cell Biomechanics Research
Masaaki Sato (Tohoku University)
Room 1
14:20 - 15:50 S7: Whole blood behaviours in chips, stents and capillary Room 1
S8: Mechanobiology of red cells Room 2
S9: Hemorheological Measurement and Analysis: RBCs and Platelets Room 3
16:00 - 17:30 S10: Rheological models and estimation of prognosis in clinical hemorheology Room 1
S11: Known and unknown factors regulating the circulatory system Room 2
S12: Colloidal Models in Red Cell Behaviour Room 3
17:50 - 18:50 President-Invited Plenary Lecture - 2
Pathophysiology and treatment options for venous ulceration: Is there a role for exercise?
Markos Klonizakis (Lifestyle, Exercise and Nutrition Improvement (LENI) Research Group, Department of Nursing and Midwifery, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom)
Room 1
19:00 - 20:00 Plenary Lecture for ISCH
Hemodynamic Functionality of Transfused Red Blood Cells – a Potent Effector of Transfusion Outcome
Saul Yedgar (The Hebrew University Medical School, Jeruslaem, Israel)
Room 1
20:10 - 21:40 S13: Preclinical and clinical studies on blood cells and microcirculation Room 1
S14: Biorheology and COVID-19 Thrombosis Room 2
S15: New useful techniques in disease Room 3
9:10 - 10:10 Rising Star Award Session - 2 Room 1
10:20 - 11:20 Free Comunication (Video Presentation) Room 1
11:30 - 12:30 Plenary Lecture for ISB
Lessons from Red Blood Cell Mechanics to Endothelial Cell Mechanobiology
Kris N. Dahl
Room 1
13:50 - 14:50 Keynote Lecture 3
Coagulation of blood: a possible triggering mechanism of the intrinsic coagulation pathway, and assessment of anticoagulant effect of DOACs using a seesaw-type device
Makoto Kaibara (Past affiliation: RIKEN (The Inst. Phys. Chem. Res.))
Room 1
Keynote Lecture 4
CFD analysis to optimize the design of rotary blood pumps
Masahiro Nishida (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
Room 2
Keynote Lecture 5
Dynamics of blood fluidity under the various pathologic conditions. The roles of endothelial anticoagulant activities and their pathophysiologic conditions
Ikuro Maruyama (Kagoshima University Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences)
Room 3
15:00 - 16:30 S16: Hemorheological and metabolic properties of red blood cells Room 1
S17: Microrheological responses of blood cells under normal and pathological conditions Room 2
O1: Advance in CFD, biotissue & food science Room 3
16:40 - 18:10 S18: Multidisciplinary Rheology in Poliprofil Medicine Room 1
S19: Microcirculation disturbances, blood microrheological properties and functional states of leukocytes Room 2
S20: Nanomechanical and nanorheological assessments of various diseases Room 3
18:20 - 19:20 Free Communication (ePoster) Room 1
19:20 - 20:10 ESCHM-ISCH-ISB Combined Business online Meeting Room 2
20:10 - 22:00 S21: Shear Stress and Red Cell Rheology Room 1
20:30 - 22:00 S22: Microbiorheology from molecules to tissues Room 2
S23: Clinical studies using various assays for platelets and hemostasis Room 3
9:00 - 10:30 S24: Cell mechanics and cell mechanobiology Room 1
S25: Microparticle and cell behavior in confined fluid flows - 1 Room 2
S26: Contributing Role of Erythrocytes for Platelet Adhesion and Thrombus Formation Room 3
10:40 - 12:10 S27: Microparticle and cell behavior in confined fluid flows - 2 Room 2
S28: Joint Symposium with Commons for Medicine and Engineering Japan: Application of High Performance Computer for Biorheology Room 3
12:10 - 13:10 Plenary Lecture in Tribute to Prof. Akira Kamiya
Emerging roles of membrane lipids and mitochondria in endothelial cell mechanosensing
Kimiko Yamamoto (The University of Tokyo)
Room 1
14:00 - 15:00 Closing Plenary Lecture for ISB
The mechanotransduction of cancer and blood cells exposed to circulatory levels of fluid shear stress
Michael R. King (Vanderbilt University)
Room 1
15:00 - 15:50 Closing Ceremony Room 1
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