The 71st Annual Congress of the Japan Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Japanese

Program

CONGRESS DATES

Friday, 12 April 2019
  • Symposium (Oncology)
  • Award Candidates
  • Overseas Invited Lecture
  • Joint Conference JSOG-DGGG
  • JSOG Congress Award Candidate
  • International Session Workshop
  • International Session Poster
  • Luncheon Seminar
  • Banquet
Saturday, 13 April 2019
  • Presidential Lecture
  • Special Lecture
  • Invited Lecture
  • Symposium (Reproduction, Endocrinology and Women’s Healthcare)
  • Overseas Invited Lecture
  • AOFOG Symposium
  • International Workshop for Junior Fellows
  • International Session Workshop
  • Luncheon Seminar
Sunday, 14 April 2019
  • Luncheon Seminar

Day 2: Friday, 12 April 2019

Symposium 1 (Oncology)

Elucidating the mechanism of gynecologic cancer development and progression based on genome research
Chairs:
Noriomi Matsumura Kindai University
Katsutoshi Oda The University of Tokyo
Comprehensive genome, epigenome, and metabolic analyses of ovarian clear cell carcinoma samples - Metabolic aberrations regulated genomically and epigenetically in tumor environments are possible therapeutic targets in ovarian clear cell cancer
Speaker:
Ken Yamaguchi Kyoto University
Identification of genomic linkage from uterine endometrium to endometriosis and endometriosis-associated ovarian cancer
Speaker:
Kosuke Yoshihara Niigata University
Elucidation of oncogenic mechanisms by histone modification in gynecological cancer using ChIP- seq and exploration of novel therapeutics targeting epigenome
Speaker:
Kenbun Sone The University of Tokyo
Analysis of tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes in malignant gynecologic tumors for development of comprehensive tumor immunotherapy
Speaker:
Shiro Suzuki Nagoya University Hospital

Award Candidates

Chairs:
Tadashi Kimura Osaka University
Aikou Okamoto The Jikei University School of Medicine
Speakers:
Takeshi Iwasa Tokushima University
Kohei Ogawa National Center for Child Health and Development

Overseas Invited Lecture 1

Surgical Management of Thoracic Endometriosis Syndrome
Chair:
Akira Iwase Gunma University
Speaker:
Camran Nezhat Camran Nezhat Institute, USA

Overseas Invited Lecture 2

Global Caesarian Section rates
Chair:
Shigeru Saito University of Toyama
Speaker:
Chittaranjan Narahari Purandare
MA Obst.(IRL), DGO, DFP, DOBST. RCPI(Dublin), FFIGO, FRCOG(UK), FRCPI(Ireland), FACOG(USA), FSLCOG(SL), FEBCOG(EU), FDGGG(GER), FAMS, FICOG, FICMCH, PGD MLS(Law)

Overseas Invited Lecture 3

Lymphadenectomy in intermediate- to high-risk endometrial cancer
Chair:
Mikio Mikami Tokai University
Speaker:
Hee-Sug Ryu Ajou University School of Medicine, Korea

Overseas Invited Lecture 4

Overcoming adaptive changes in the tumor microenvironment
Chair:
Takayuki Enomoto Niigata University
Speaker:
Anil Sood The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA

Joint Conference JSOG-DGGG

Chairs:
Norihiro Sugino Yamaguchi University
Walther Kuhn Donauisar-Klinikum Deggendorf, Germany
The oncological patient in obstetrics-therapeutical procedure and perinatal outcome
Speaker:
Walther Kuhn Donauisar-Klinikum Deggendorf, Germany
Management of pregnancy-associated breast cancer
Speaker:
Tanja Fehm University Hospital Düsseldorf, Germany
Avoiding Complications in Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
Speaker:
Sven Becker Frankfurt University Women's Hospital/Frankfurt Goethe University, Germany
Prenatal diagnosis and management of perinatal lethal hypophosphatasia after introduction of enzyme replacement therapy-a new proposed classification
Speaker:
Jun Murotsuki Tohoku University/Miyagi Children's Hospital
Laeverin is a possible marker of placental site trophoblastic tumor
Speaker:
Hiroshi Fujiwara Kanazawa University
A novel in vitro carcinogenesis model useful for understanding the molecular pathogenesis of ovarian high-grade serous carcinoma
Speaker:
Satoru Kyo Shimane University

JSOG Congress Award Candidates

International Session Workshop

International Session Poster

Luncheon Seminar

Banquet

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Day 3: Saturday, 13 April 2019

Presidential Lecture

"Common sense" in the advancement of medicine
Chair:
Daisuke Aoki Keio University
Speaker:
Fumitaka Kikkawa Nagoya University

Special Lecture

Towards the proper development of reproductive medicine in Japan
Chair:
Yasunori Yoshimura Keio University, Professor Emeritus/Special Advisor to The Cabinet
Speaker:
Minoru Irahara Tokushima University

Invited Lecture

Chair:
Tomoyuki Fujii The University of Tokyo
Speaker:
Hiroshi Amano Center for Integrated Research of Future Electronics, Institute of Materials and Systems for Sustainability, Nagoya University

Symposium 2 (Reproduction, Endocrinology and Women's Healthcare)

Preconception care for improved reproductive and pregnancy-related outcomes
Chairs:
Yukihiro Terada Akita University
Jo Kitawaki Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine
Strategy for improving fertility based on a novel nutrient biomarker in reproductive medicine: Aiming to establish evidence of preconception care
Speaker:
Kuniaki Ota Fukushima Medical Center for Children and Women, Fukushima Medical University
Effect of chronic endometritis on function and differentiation of the endometrium and its therapeutic significance
Speaker:
Fuminori Kimura Shiga University of Medical Science
Endoplasmic reticulum stress, a key component in follicular microenvironment, as a novel therapeutic target to improve ovarian function
Speaker:
Miyuki Harada The University of Tokyo
Novel non-hormonal treatment strategy for endometriosis: Targeting endometrial stem cells and epithelial-mesenchymal transition
Speaker:
Hirotaka Masuda Keio University

Overseas Invited Lecture 5

Circumstances of delivery in Myanmar
Chair:
Aikou Okamoto The Jikei University School of Medicine
San San Myint University of Medicine 1, Yangon, Myanmar

AOFOG Symposium

Updates in Maternal Fetal Medicine
Chairs:
Rohana N. Haththotuwa Ninewells Care Mother & Baby Hospital, Sri Lanka/AOFOG Secretary-General
Yoshiki Kudo Hiroshima University/JSOG
Opening Remarks
Speakers:
Ravi Chandran Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia/AOFOG President
Tomoyuki Fujii The University of Tokyo/JSOG Chairperson
Halting rising CS rates
Speaker:
Pisake Lumbiganon The Royal Thai College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Thailand/AOFOG Vice President
Current practice knowledge in prediction and prevention of spontaneous preterm birth
Speaker:
Ounjai Kor-anantakul Prince of Songkla University, Thailand/AOFOG
Routine Induction of Labour at 39 weeks
Speaker:
Ravi Chandran Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia/AOFOG President
Ultrasound diagnosis of fetal abnormalities in the first trimester
Speaker:
Takao Sekiya Fujita Health University/JSOG
Closing Remarks
Speaker:
Kazunori Ochiai The Jikei University School of Medicine/JSOG/AOFOG President-elect

International Workshop for Junior Fellows 1

Opening Remarks
Speaker:
Hidekazu Nishigori Tohoku University
Labor analgesia: Indication, management and relevant issues
Chairs:
Akihiko Sekizawa Showa University
Pil Ryang Lee KSOG
Updates on Venous Thrombolembolism Prevention in Obstetric Patients and Considerations for Neuraxial Analgesia
Speaker:
Andrea Henkel ACOG
Labor analgesia: Indication, management and relevant issues
Speaker:
Nam Rri Kim KSOG
Labor analgesia: Indication, management and relevant issues
Speaker:
Jessica Kang TAOG
Labor analgesia: Indication, management and relevant issues
Speaker:
Anne Kathrin Volkmer
DGGG
Labor analgesia in Japan: past and future
Speakers:
Yoko Nagayasu JSOG
Yuko Nakagawa JSOG
Hiroki Fujimoto JSOG

International Workshop for Junior Fellows 2

Current status of laparoscopic and robotic surgeries in gynecology
Chairs:
Hirotaka Nishi Tokyo Medical University
Wei-Chun Chang TAOG
Current status of laparoscopic and robotic surgeries in gynecology
Speaker:
Ki-Jin Ryu KSOG
Current status of laparoscopic and robotic surgeries in gynecology
Speaker:
Cindy Weng TAOG
Current status of laparoscopic and robotic surgeries in gynecological oncology
Speaker:
Jitka Blazek DGGG
The current status, health insurance coverage, and future challenges of laparoscopic and robot-assisted surgery for obstetrics and gynecology in Japan
Speaker:
Nanae Tsuchida JSOG
Hisamitsu Takaya JSOG
Tetsuya Matsukawa JSOG

International Workshop for Junior Fellows 3

The educational system for OB/GYN trainees
Chairs:
Toshiyuki Takeshita Nippon Medical School
Lisa M. Hollier ACOG
OB/GYN Residency Education in the United States
Speaker:
Danielle M Prentice ACOG
The educational system for OBGYN trainees in Korea: the 80 hours of work on training, advantages and disadvantages of dispatching a mother hospital
Speaker:
Hyewon Baek KSOG
The educational system for OB/GYN trainee in Taiwan
Speaker:
Tzu-Yu Hung TAOG
Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB/GYN) Residency Training in Germany
Speaker:
Khayal Gasimli DGGG
Medical education system up to acquisition of OB/GYN specialist certification in Japan
Speaker:
Kazumasa Mogi JSOG
Sakiko Nanjo JSOG
Daichi Urushiyama JSOG
Closing Remarks
Speaker:
Kouji Banno Keio University

International Session Workshop

Luncheon Seminar

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Day 4: Sunday, 14 April 2019

Luncheon Seminar

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