Programação

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

SUNDAY, May 26, 2019
16:00 – 17:30 h COURSE: Venomous animals: management (practical and theoretical), identification, accidents and poisons for the prospection of biopharmaceuticals
Rui Seabra Ferreira Jr.(CEVAP-UNESP, Botucatu Brazil)
19:30 h OPENING CEREMONY – SBTx Board of Directors
19:45 h OPENING CONFERENCE
Bryan G. Fry (University of Queensland, Queensland, Australia)
Endless forms most deadly: the dynamic diversification of reptile venoms
20:30 h SBTX’S 30TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION (exhibition and lecture) AND WELCOME RECEPTION
MONDAY, May 27, 2019
7:30 h – 8:15 h COURSE
Strategies for valuing nature assets: the essential steps between the experimental
findings and the drawing of business models
Ricardo A. Remer (Remer, Villaça & Nogueira, São Paulo, Brazil)
08:30 – 10:00 h SESSION I
Omics and Evolution
08:30 h Beyond snake venom gland: evidences of other oral glands as alternative sources of
toxins and auxiliary molecules
Inácio L. M. Junqueira De Azevedo (Instituto Butantan, São Paulo, Brazil)
08:55 h Structural analysis of the natural snake venom metalloendopeptidase inhibitor BJ46a
and its target toxin, jararhagin, based on XL-MS and HDX-MS
Richard Valente (Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
09:20 h Could venom variation be the main mechanism shaping snake distribution on Brazilian
islands?
Felipe Grazziotin (Instituto Butantan, São Paulo, Brazil)
09:45 h Oral presentation (to be chosen from the abstracts)
10:00 h – 10:30 h
PLENARY LECTURE II

Integraive approaches in the search of marine natural products with anticancer properties Leticia Costa-Lotufo (USP, São Paulo, Brazil)

10:30 – 11:00 h COFFEE BREAK

SBTx jovem activity “Quantitative Guess”

11:00 – 11:35 h PLENARY LECTURE I
Integrated studies to understand snake venom proteinase effects upon cells and tissues
Solange Serrano (Instituto Butantan, São Paulo, Brazil)
11:35 – 13:15 h SESSION II
Toxins Effects and Mechanisms
11:35 h The complex array of activities of Bothrops sp. snake venom proteins on blood
platelets: in vitro, ex vivo and in vivo studies
Marcelo Santoro (Instituto Butantan, São Paulo, Brazil)
12:00 h Snake venom toxins and inflammation Elbio Leiguez Junior (Instituto Butantan, São Paulo, Brazil)
12:20 h Crotalphine and analgesia: Epigenetic mechanisms
Flavia Santa Cecilia (Instituto Butantan, Brazil)
12:40 h To be confirmed
13:00 h Oral presentation (to be chosen from the abstracts)
13:15 h LUNCH
15:00 – 15:40 h PLENARY LECTURE II
Toxins and Drug Development
Mande Holford (Hunter College and CUNY Graduate Center, New York, USA)
15:40 – 17:25 h SESSION III Toxins and Drug Development
15:40 h Animal venoms as tools for the discovery of new molecular targets: Strategies developed by CENTD
Ana Marisa Chudzinski-Tavassi (Instituto Butantan, São Paulo, Brazil)
16:05 h A synthetic peptide derived from Lycosa erythrognatha venom, as a potential antibiotic against some resistant strains of bacteria, in planktonic and biofilm conditions

Maria Elena de Lima Perez Garcia (UFMG, Minas Gerais, Brazil)

16:30 h Exploring the arsenal of peptide toxins from the venoms of social wasps for the
rational development of novel therapeutic drugs
Mario Sergio Palma (UNESP, Rio Claro, Brazil)
16:55 h Natural inhibitors of animal toxins Jonas Perales (FIOCRUZ, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) (to be confirmed)
17:15 h Oral presentation (to be chosen from the abstracts)
17:30 h- 18:00 h COFFEE BREAK
17:30 – 19:00 h POSTER SESSION I
19:00 – 21:00 h EXTRAORDINARY ASSEMBLY OF THE SBTX
TUESDAY, May 28, 2019
7:30 h – 8:15 h COURSE
Strategies for valuing nature assets: the essential steps between the experimental findings and the
drawing of business models
Ricardo A. Remer (Remer,
Villaça & Nogueira, São Paulo, Brazil)
08:30 – 10:00 h Discussion Panel I
Antivenoms
08:30 h An overview of the production of antivenoms in the world
Denise V. Tambourgi (Instituto Butantan,
São Paulo, Brazil)
08:45 h Procedures for registration of hyperimmune sera in
Brazil
Neemias Silva de Andrade (GPBIO,
ANVISA, Brasília, Brazil)
09:00 h Prospecting, development, optimization and clinical trial of new antiapilic
antivenom
Rui Seabra Ferreira Junior (CEVAP, Botucatu, Brazil)
09:15 h Strategies to improve the availability of antivenom for treating snakebite
envenoming in Africa
Jose Maria Gutierrez (Universidade da Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica)
09:30 h Dimas Covas (Director, Instituto Butantan, Brazil)
09:45 h Discussion
10:00 – 10:20 h COFFEE BREAK
10:20 – 11:00 h PLENARY LECTURE IV
Emerging therapeutic alternatives for snakebite envenoming
Jose Maria Gutierrez (Universidade da Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica)
11:00 – 12:20 h SESSION IV Clinical Practices in Envenomations
11:00 h Accidents by aquatic animals: clinical and experimental advances over the last 20 years, with emphasis on sea and river stingrays
Vidal Haddad (UNESP, Botucatu, Brazil)
11: 25 h Infrared thermography to diagnose and manage venomous animal bites and sting
Carlos Medeiros (Instituto Butantan, São Paulo, Brazil)
12:05 h Oral presentation (to be chosen from the abstracts)
12:20 h Oral presentation (to be chose from the abstracts)
12:35 h LUNCH
14:00 – 14:40 h PLENARY LECTURE IV
Arms-races and the evolution of tetrodotoxin resistance
Edmond Brodie Jr
(Utah State University, Utah, USA)
14:40 – 16:10 h SESSION V
Amphibians’ defense: using the chemical arsenal against predators and microorganisms
14:40 h The cutaneous glands in amphibians and their role in the adaptation to different environmental
pressures
Carlos Jared (Instituto Butantan, São Paulo, Brazil
15:05 h Chemical Defense in Poison Frogs
Taran Grant (USP, São Paulo, Brazil)
15:30 h The amphibian skin secretion: beyond the antimicrobial
peptides
Daniel Pimenta (Instituto Butantan, São Paulo, Brazil)
15:55: h Oral presentation (to be chosen from the abstracts)
15:55 – 16:35 h PLENARY LECTURE VI
Venom components with insecticidal activity found in major animal phyla
Jan Tytgat (KU Leuven, Belgium)
16:35 – 18:05 h Discussion Panel II
Scorpions and Scorpionism: explanations and actions
16:35 h Climate change and poisonous species: the effect on the distribution and risk of accidents with
species of the genus Tityus (Scorpiones,
Buthidae)
Pablo Ariel Martinez (Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Sergipe, Brazil)
16:50 h Why and how scorpions conquered cites
André Felipe Lira (Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Pernambuco, Brazil)
17:05 h Clinical Aspects of Severe Scorpionism Palmira Cupo (USP, Campus Ribeirão Preto, Ribeirão, Brazil)
17:20 h Why is so difficul to reduce the burden of escorpionism in Brazil? Fan Hui Wen (Instituo Butantan, São Paulo, Brazil)
17:35 h Discussion
17:35 h – 18:00 h COFFE BREAK
17:35 h – 19:00 h
POSTER SESSION II
19:00 h – 20:00 h
SBTx jovem activity “Meet the Toxinologist”
WEDNESDAY, May 29, 2019
8:00 h – 8:45 h COURSE
Strategies for valuing nature assets: the essential steps between the experimental findings and the
drawing of business models
Ricardo A. Remer (Remer,
Villaça & Nogueira, São Paulo, Brazil)
80:50 – 10:30 h Discussion Panel III
Future Perspectives for Toxinology and the SBTx
Moderator: Yara Cury (SBTx’s President)
8:55 h Denise Tambourgi (Instituto Butantan, São Paulo, Brazil)
9:10 h Gilberto Domont (UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) (to be confirmed)
9:25 h Jose Maria Gutierrez (Universidade da Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica)
9:40 h Benedito Barraviera (CEVAP, Botucatu, Brazil)
9:55 h Next SBTx elected president (to be confirmed)
10:10 h Discussion
10:30 – 11:30 h COFFE BREAK

SBTx jovem activitiy “Elevator Talk”

11:30 – 12:00 h CLOSING SESSION
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