Pecha Kucha Session

This session is designed to provide poster presenters with a chance to give a short presentation based on their posters at ISBGMO14. Ten to twelve posters among those received will be selected. Authors will be invited to make a five minute presentation using a maximum of five slides. No time for questions will be given. After all the presentations are delivered, those willing to get more information on the posters will have the chance to do so during the poster session.

Session Organisers: Monica Garcia-Alonso - Bio, Estel Consult Ltd & Sol Ortiz Garcia - Bio, Comision Intersecretarial de Bioseguridad de los Organismos Geneticamente Modificados (CIBIOGEM)


Risk assessment of GM potato with the erf gene for bacterial wilt resistance in Uruguay
Federico Boschi, National Seed Institute
Co-authors: Francisco Vilaro, Sara Murchio, Claudia Schvartzman, Cyril Zipfel, Marco Dalla Rizza

The risk assessment of Cry1Ie protein on Chrysoperla sinica larvae
Kanglai He, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS)
Co-author: Xinxin Gao

Levels of Cry1Ac protein in herbivorous and predatory arthropods in Bt-soybean
Young-Joong Kim, Seoul National University

The interplay of gene editing regulation and social impacts
Agustina Whelan, Ministry of Agro-industry
Co-author: Martin Lema

Impact assessment of genome editing in plants
Dominik Modrzejewski, Julius Kuhn-Institute (JKI)
Co-authors: Joachim Schiemann, Ralf Wilhelm, Frank Hartung, Thorben Sprink, Dorthe Krause

Alternate hosts of eggplant fruit and shoot borer, Leucinodes orbonalis Guenee in the Philippines: Implications for resistance management with Bt-eggplant
Lourdes D Taylo, University of the Philippines Los Banos
Co-author: Desiree M Hautea

New biotechnologies and innovation: A challenge for the Mexican regulatory system
Diana Priscilla Bonilla Ruelas, Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores Monterrey
Co-author: Luis Antonio Ventura Martinez

Inspired eyes: The current biotechnology legislation in the international landscape from a student’s perspective
Diana Joanna Perez Rabago, Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey
Co-authors:Eliel Ignacio Villegas Felix, Luis Francisco Garcia, Daniel Gomez Dominguez

Establishing biodiversity damage resulting from GMOs
Claudia Colmenarez Ortiz, Ghent University

Readiness of the Nigerian public for the introduction of GM crops into the food market
Oluwakemi Hannah Oladipo, National Biotechnology Development Agency

Public awareness and the Asian BCH roadmap: The Philippines experience
Julieta Fe L Estacio, National Committee on Biosafety of The Philippines
Co-author: Katherine Soriano