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Date October 3-5, 2014
Venue School of Medicine, Showa University, Tokyo, Japan
Title New Breeze of Acupuncture Research-Basic & Clinical
Host iSAMS 2014 Organizing Committee
Hosting Organizations
Showa University, School of Medicine
Korean Pharmacopuncture Institute (KPI)
International Pharmacopuncture Institute (IPI)
Society of Meridian and Acupoint (SMA)
E-mail info@isams.org
Website http://www.isams.org/2014
Date October 2~4, 2015
Venue St. David’s Lecture Theater, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
Host iSAMS 2015 Organizing Committee
Hosting Organizations
University of Otago
Korean Pharmacopuncture Institute (KPI)
International Pharmacopuncture Institute (IPI)
Co-chairs
Prof. George David Baxter
Prof. John Longhurst
Date October 7~9, 2016
Venue School of Medicine, Indiana University, Indianapolis, USA
Host iSAMS 2016 Organizing Committee
Hosting Organizations
Indiana University (IU)
Korean Pharmacopuncture Institute (KPI)
International Pharmacopuncture Institute (IPI)
Co-chairs
Prof. Peter Johnstone
Prof. John Longhurst
Date October 6~8, 2017
Venue Department of Anesthesiology, University of Munich, Germany
Host iSAMS 2017 Organizing Committee
Hosting Organizations
University of Munich
Korean Pharmacopuncture Institute (KPI)
International Pharmacopuncture Institute (IPI)
Co-chairs Dr.Dominik Irnich
Home > Program > Overview of the program
Overview of the program
Research in Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine: Integration of Eastern and Western Medicine
1st Day 2nd Day 3rd Day
1st Day of Symposium (Berzelius Hall) - Oct 4th(Fri)
Time Speaker Title
7:30~
8:30 a.m
Registration
8:30~
9:15 a.m
Opening of iSAMS 2013 & AMS Awards Ceremony
(Co-Chairs: Prof. Kjell Fuxe, Prof. Elisabet Stener-Victorin, Prof. Eunyong Lee)
Paradoxes in Acupuncture Research
Chair Persons : Chris Zaslawski and Helen Langevin
9:15~
9:45 a.m
Prof. Martin Ingvar
(Karolinska Institute, Sweden)
The neuroscientific concept of placebo - implications in acupuncture research
9:45~
10:15 a.m
Dr. Konrad Streitberger
(Bern University Hospital, Switzerland)
Placebo in acupuncture research
10:15~
10:35 a.m
Dr. Anna Enblom
(Karolinska Institute, Sweden)
To maximize genuine and non-specific effects during acupuncture therapy
10:35~
10:50 a.m
Questions and Answers
10:50~
11:00 a.m
Leg strech
11:00~
11:30 a.m
Dr. Richard Harris
(University of Michigan, USA)
Neurochemical Imaging in Acupuncture
11:30~
11:45 a.m
Dr. Rongjie Zhao
(Mudanjiang Medical University, China)
Amygdaloid Corticotropin-releasing Factor is Involved in the Anxiolytic Effect of Acupuncture during Ethanol Withdrawal in Rats
11:45~
12:00 p.m
Dr. Kazunori Itoh
(Meiji University of Integrative Medicine, Japan)
Randomized Trial of Trigger Point Acupuncture Treatment for Chronic Shoulder Pain: a Preliminary Study
12:00~
12:30 p.m
Prof. George David Baxter
(University of Otago New Zealand)
Laser Acupuncture: Current Research and Evidence of Clinical Effectiveness
12:30~
13:30 p.m
Lunch
Acupuncture and Pain Mechanisms - Basic
Chair Persons : Richard Harris
13:30~
14:00 p.m
Prof. Håkan Olausson
(University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
Touch for pain relief
14:00~
14:30 p.m
Dr. Irene Lund
(Karolinska Institute, Sweden)
Gender aspects and acupuncture
14:30~
15:00 p.m
Dr. Cecilia Norrbrink
(Karolinska Institute, Sweden)
Can acupuncture be of use for treating neuropathic pain?
15:00~
15:15 p.m
Questions and Answers
15:15~
15:45 p.m
Break and Refreshment
Acupuncture Dosage and Glucose Homeostasis
Chair Persons : Mieko Kurosawa and George David Baxter
15:45~
16.15 p.m
Dr. Panos Barlas
(Keele University, UK)
How long, how strong, how often: dosage parameters in acupuncture treatment
16:15~
16:45 p.m
Prof. Fengxia Liang
(Hubei University of Chinese Medicine, China)
Acupuncture Improves Insulin Sensitivity in Obese Diabetic Mice through Activation of SIRT1/PGC-1α in Skeletal Muscle
16:45~
17:15 p.m
Dr. Luigi Manni
(National Research Council, Italy)
Electroacupuncture in a rat model of early type 1 diabetes: neuroprotective action through modulation of nerve growth factor activity
17:15~
17:30 p.m
Questions and Answers
17:30~
17:45 p.m
Dr. Jinatta Jittiwat
(Mahasarakham University, Thailand)
Ginger pharmacopuncture improves brain damage and motor deficit via COX-2 pathway in animal model of focal stroke.
17:45~
18:00 p.m
Mr. Kayode Komolafe
(Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Brazil)
In vitro antioxidant activity and effect of Parkia biglobosa bark extract on mitochondrial redox status
18:15~
20:45 p.m
Welcome Reception and POSTER presentation
2nd Day of Symposium (Berzelius Hall) - Oct 5th (Sat)
Time Speaker Title
Acupuncture and Peripheral and Central Mechanism
Chair Persons : Elisabet Stener-Victorin and Taras Usischenko
8:30~
9:00 a.m
Dr. Takahiro Takano
(University of Rochester, USA)
The roles of purinergic signaling in acupuncture
9:00~
9.30 a.m
Dr. Helene Langevin
(University of Vermont, USA)
Effects of acupuncture on connective tissue: link to purinergic signaling
9:30~
10:00 a.m
Dr. Vitaly Napadow
(Harvard University, USA)
Brain mechanisms supporting anti-pruritic effects of acupuncture
10:00~
10:15 a.m
Questions and Answers
10:15~
10:30 a.m
Break and Refreshment
Acupuncture and Emotional Networks
Chair Persons : Nadine Foster
10:30~
11:00 a.m
Dr. Thomas Lundeberg
(Karolinska Institute University Hospital, Sweden)
Novel understanding of physiological effects of acupuncture on pain, anxiety and depression
11:00~
11:30 a.m
Dr. Stewart Richmond
(University of York, UK)
Acupuncture, Counselling and Usual Care for Depression (ACU Dep Trial): findings for effectiveness and cost-effectiveness
11:30~
12:00 a.m
Dr. Jacqueline Filshie
(The Royal Marsden Hospital, UK)
The Use of self needling for maintenance treatment for Chemotherapy related fatigue and for Vasomotor symptoms in breast cancer patients
12:00~
12:20 a.m
Prof. Tadashi Hisamitsu
(Showa University, Japan) - Chair of next iSAMS
Acupuncture improves stress induced blood stagnation
12:20~
12:30 p.m
Questions and Answers
12:30~
13:30 p.m
Lunch
Acupuncture and Women's and Children's Health
Chair Persons : Vitaly Napadow and Cecilia Norrbrink
13:30~
14:00 p.m
Associate Prof. Elisabet Stener-Victorin
(University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
Integration of Western and Eastern medicine in the treatment of polycystic ovary syndrome
14:00~
14:20 p.m
Dr. David Carr
(University College London, UK)
A potential role for segmental electroacupuncture in the treatment of fetal growth restriction
14:20~
14:40 p.m
Dr. Kajsa Landgren
(Lund University, Sweden)
Infantile colic – the effect of acupuncture
14:40~
14:55 p.m
Questions and Answers
14:55~
15:20 p.m
Break and Refreshment
15:20~
15:40 p.m
Prof. Nadine Foster
(Keele University, UK)
Acupuncture for pregnancy-related back pain: the EASE BACK trial
15:40~
16:00 p.m
Dr. Helen Elden
(University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
Acupuncture and pelvic girdle pain in pregnant women
16:00~
16:15 p.m
Questions and Answers
Acupuncture and drugs and neuroendocrine regulation
Chair Persons : Thomas Lundeberg and Irene Lund
16:15~
16:45 p.m
Prof. Rainer Spanagel
(Mannheim University, Germany)
Treatment options for addiction behaviour: From Eastern to Western Medicine
16:45~
17:15 p.m
Prof. Taras Usischenko
(University of Greifswald, Germany)
Auricular acupuncture and perioperative analgesic requirement
17:15~
17:45 p.m
Dr. Dominik Irnich
(University of Munich, Germany)
Acupuncture as core element of the Munich Outpatient Programm In Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Chronic Pain (MOCAM)
17:45~
18:00 p.m
Questions and Answers
18:30~
20:30 p.m
Gala Party
3rd Day of Symposium (Berzelius Hall) - Oct 6th (Sun)
Time Speaker Title
Acupuncture and Autonomic Function
Chair Persons : Panos Barlas and David Carr
8:30~
9:00 a.m
Prof. John Longhurst
(UC Irvine, USA)
Brain stem autonomic mechanisms underlying acupuncture's hypertensive actions
9:00~
9:30 a.m
Prof. Mieko Kurosawa
(International University of Health and Welfare, Japan) - Co-chair of next iSAMS
Somatovisceral reflexes and acupuncture
9:30~
10:00 a.m
Dr. Sae Uchida
(Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Gerontology, Japan) - Co-chair of next iSAMS
Autonomic regulation of ovarian function by somatic afferent stimulation
10:00~
10:15 a.m
Questions and Answers
10:15~
10:45 a.m
Break and Refreshment
10:45~
11:15 a.m
Prof. Lixing Lao
(University of Maryland, USA)
From bench to bedside: a translational study of acupuncture on inflammatory pain
11:15~
11:30 a.m
Prof. Anisur Rahman Khuda-Bukhsh
(University of Kalyani, India)
Anti-cancer potential of myricanone, a major bioactive component of Myrica cerifera: Novel signalling cascade for accomplishment of apoptosis
Other Clinical Actions of Acupuncture and Brain-Body Mechanism
Chair Persons : Dominik Irnich
11:30~
12:00 p.m
Prof. Kjell Fuxe
(Karolinska Institute, Sweden)
Understanding brain-body medicine through the integration of synaptic and volume transmission in key regions of the CNS
12:00~
12:30 p.m
Dr. Chris Zaslawski
(UTS College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Syney, Australia)
Standardization of Chinese medicine and implications for research
12:30~
12:45 p.m
Questions and Answers
12:45~
13:45 p.m
Lunch
Pharmacopuncture
Chair Persons : Stewart Richmond and Peter Johnston
13:45~
14:15 p.m
Prof. Kwang-Sup Soh
(Seoul National University, Korea)
Adrenalin and Noradrenalin Flow in Primo Vessel
14:15~
14:35 p.m
Dr. Junsang Yu
(Sangji University)
Introduction to History and Background of Pharmacopuncture in Korea
14:35~
14:55 p.m
Dr. Hyungsik Seo 
(Pusan University, Korea)
Safety of Pharmacopuncture
14:55~
15:15 p.m
Dr. Cheolhong Kim 
(Dong-Eui University, Korea)
Classification of Pharmacopuncture in Korea
15:15~
15:35 p.m
Dr. Seungho Sun
(Sangji University, Korea)
The Current Research Review of Korean Pharmacopuncture
15:35~
16:10 p.m
Closing Ceremony (Poster Awards)
Karolinska Institute (KI) Campus Solna, Berzelius Hall, Berzelius väg 35 171 65, Solna, Sweden
Korean Pharmacopuncture Institute (KPI) 157-200. AKOM Building 4F. Gayang-dong, Gangseo-gu,Seoul, Korea
Phone :82-2-2658-9052 Fax :82-2-2658-9136 eMail :
Delegate : Daein Kang | Registration number : 109-82-64855
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