Scientific Program

- Session times are Korea Standard Time (UTC/GMT+9). Please click the link and check your local time.
- Program is subject to change.
- Program will be updated continuously.
- Some sessions are in Korean.

  • Wednesday, October 18
  • Thursday, October 19
  • Friday, October 20

Thursday, October 19

[SY03]
AACC-KSLM: A Roadmap to Successful Data Analytics Projects at your Institution Today and in the Future​

Date & Time October 19 (Thu.), 09:00-10:30​ Room Room A (3F)​ Language Eng
Chair(s)
  1. TBD
Speaker(s)
  1. The ABCs of Data Analytics in the Laboratory: Tackling Complexity with Confidence​
    Thomas Durant, Yale School of Medicine, USA​
  2. Practical Use of Data to Guide Decision Making in the Clinical Laboratory​
    David Peaper , Yale School of Medicine, USA​
  3. Taking Laboratory Analytics to the Next Level: Development of Purpose-Built Infrastructure and Resources to Fuel Improved Laboratory Medicine​
    Patrick Mathias , University of Washington School of Medicine, USA

[SY04]
CLSI-KSLM: Introduction of key CLSI documents​

Date & Time October 19 (Thu.), 09:00-10:30​ Room Room B (3F)​ Language Eng
Chair(s)
  1. TBD
Speaker(s)
  1. CLSI’s Global Imperative: Enabling Diagnostic Integrity and Innovation​
    Barb Jones, Chief Executive Officer of CLSI, USA​
  2. POCT05, Performance Metrics for Continuous Interstitial Glucose Monitoring​
    James H. Nichols, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, USA​
  3. MM24, Molecular Methods for Genotyping and Strain Typing of Infectious Organisms​
    Hyewon Park, Seegene Medical Foundation, Korea

[SY05]
Monitoring minimal residual disease (MRD) in the age of next-generation technology

Date & Time October 19 (Thu.), 09:00-10:30​ Room Room C (3F)​ Language Eng
Chair(s)
  1. TBD
Speaker(s)
  1. Testing for Minimal Residual Disease (MRD) in Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) using Next-Generation Technology​
    TBD
  2. Testing for Minimal Residual Disease (MRD) in Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) using Next-Generation Technology​
    Miyoung Kim, Asan Medical Center, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Korea
  3. Recent Updates on Monitoring Minimal Residual Disease (MRD) in Multiple Myeloma​
    Hyun-Young Kim, Samsung Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Korea​

[PL02]
Plenary Lecture 02​

Date & Time October 19 (Thu.), 10:50-11:50​ Room Room A (3F)​ Language Eng
Chair(s)
  1. TBD
Speaker(s)
  1. Unlocking the power of laboratory medicine: creating virtual biorepositories in the electronic health record​
    Octavia M. Peck Palmer, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, USA​

[KS01]
Keynote Speech​

Date & Time October 19 (Thu.), 13:00-13:40​ Room Room A (3F)​ Language Eng
Chair(s)
  1. TBD
Speaker(s)
  1. Digital healthcare and data science​
    Hee Hwang, Kakao Healthcare, Korea​

[KS02]
Keynote Speech​

Date & Time October 19 (Thu.), 13:50-14:30​ Room Room A (3F)​ Language Eng
Chair(s)
  1. TBD
Speaker(s)
  1. The CAP-Your resource for artificial intelligence information​
    Emily Volk, UofL Health – UofL Hospital, USA​

[SY06]
Ultrafast and sensitive screening of pathogens by biosensors​

Date & Time October 19 (Thu.), 13:00-14:30​ Room Room B (3F)​​ Language Eng
Chair(s)
  1. TBD
Speaker(s)
  1. Nanobiomaterials for the diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases​
    Jonghoon Choi, College of ICT Engineering, Chung-Ang University, Korea​
  2. Quantum Dot-Based Lateral Flow Immunoassay for the Rapid Detection of Pathogens​
    Soo-Kyung Kim, Ewha Womans University College of Medicine, Korea​
  3. Accurate pathogen detection using dPCR​
    Jacob Moran-Gilad, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel​

[SY07]
Updates on diagnostics and therapeutics for lipid management of cardiovascular disease​​

Date & Time October 19 (Thu.), 13:00-14:30​ Room Room C (3F)​ Language Eng
Chair(s)
  1. TBD
Speaker(s)
  1. Overview of updated guidelines on lipid management of cardiovascular disease​
    Seonghoon Choi, Kangnam Sacred Heart Hospital, Hallym University College of Medicine​, Korea
  2. Quantification of lipoprotein by LC-MS/MS​
    Hubert W Vesper, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA​
  3. Impacts of Lipid Analysis on Cardiovascular Disease Management​
    Sang Hoon Song, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Korea

[SY08]
Current progress and challenges in genomics and genetics​

Date & Time October 19 (Thu.), 14:50-16:20​ Room Room B (3F)​​ Language Eng
Chair(s)
  1. TBD
Speaker(s)
  1. Three-dimensional genome organization shaped by chromatin architectural protein CTCF​
    Hyoung-Pyo Kim, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea​
  2. Retroelements in genomic medicine: discovery, interpretation, and therapeutic implications ​
    Eunjung (Alice) Lee , Division of Genetics and Genomics at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, USA​​
  3. BRCA mutations among Korean patients​​
    Jong-Won Kim, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Korea​

[SY09]
Artificial intelligence and data quality​

Date & Time October 19 (Thu.), 14:50-16:20​ Room Room C (3F)​ Language Eng
Chair(s)
  1. TBD
Speaker(s)
  1. Health Care Using Artificial Intelligence-Continuous Blood Glucose Monitoring​
    Hyeanji Kim, Kakaohealtcare, Korea​
  2. The importance of data quality and validation experience in the era of AI ​
    Jong-Yeup Kim, Konyang University, Korea​
  3. Proposal for Data Quality Management in Laboratory Medicine​
    Sollip Kim, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Korea

[SY10]
A new perspective on cord blood banks​​

Date & Time October 19 (Thu.), 14:50-16:20​ Room Room D (4F)​ Language Eng
Chair(s)
  1. TBD
Speaker(s)
  1. Innovative Adult Stem Cell Drug using Human Umbilical Cord Blood-derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells​
    Soo Jin Choi, MEDIPOST Advanced Regenerative Medicine Research Instititute, Korea​
  2. Development of cord blood cells based Immunotherapeutics ​
    Seok-Ho Kim, Dept. of medicinal biotechnology Dong-A University, Korea​
  3. Establishment of a clinical-grade HLA haplobank of iPSCs in Japan and future perspective​
    Shinsuke Yoshida, CiRA Foundation, Japan

[SY11]
Development of clinical practice guideline of cfDNA assay​

Date & Time October 19 (Thu.), 14:50-16:20​ Room Room E (4F)​ Language Eng
Chair(s)
  1. TBD
Speaker(s)
  1. Development of Clinical Practice Guideline​​
    Soo Yong Kim, Hallym University College of Medicine, Korea​
  2. Pre-analytical guideline for ctDNA assay​
    Saeam Shin, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea​​
  3. Analytical guideline for ctDNA assay​
    Jee-Soo Lee, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Korea​
  4. Interpretation & Report for ctDNA assay​
    Eun Hye Cho, Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, Korea​