Program & Agenda

Session Schedule


13 Diseases on the reef: presence, persistence and responses

Session organizer(s)

Laura Mydlarz, University of Texas, Arlington
Mydlarz@uta.edu

Ariel Kushmaro, Ben Gurion University
arielkus@bgu.ac.il

Greta Aeby, University of Hawaii
greta@hawaii.edu

Marilyn Brandt, University of the Virgin Islands
mbrandt@uvi.edu

Esti Kramarsky-Winter, Ben Gurion University
esti.winter@gmail.com

Esther Peters, George Mason University
epeters2@gmu.edu

Laurie Raymundo, University of Guam Marine Lab
ljraymundo@gmail.com

Michael Sweet, University of Derby
M.Sweet@derby.ac.uk

Bette Willis, James Cook University
bette.willis@jcu.edu.au

Nikki Traylor-Knowles, Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University
ntk1717@gmail.com



Date: 06/22/2016

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Poster Presentations


Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall

151
Mulheron, R.; Zaneveld, J.; Campbell, A. M.; Vega-Thurber, R.; Lopez, J. V.; MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES ASSOCIATED WITH SPONGE ORANGE BAND DISEASE IN THE GIANT BARREL SPONGE, XESTOSPONGIA MUTA (Abstract ID:27928) P

152
Freckelton, M.; Bowden, B.; Hoj, L.; SOFT CORALS AS QUORUM SENSING MIMICS? NEW PERSPECTIVES ON WELL-KNOWN COMPOUNDS (Abstract ID:30168) P

153
Beurmann, S.; Smith, A. M.; Ushijima, B.; Runyon, C. M.; Videau, P.; Callahan, S. M.; Aeby, G. S.; INVESTIGATING ACUTE MONTIPORA WHITE SYNDROME: POTENTIAL CAUSATIVE AGENTS, ENVIRONMENTAL DRIVERS, AND THE IMPORTANCE OF CORAL HEALTH (Abstract ID:28131) P

154
Montilla, L. M.; Ascanio-Moreno, A.; Croquer, A.; A NETWORK APPROACH TO IDENTIFY SUCCESS AND GAPS IN CORAL DISEASE SCIENCE OVER FIVE DECADES OF RESEARCH (Abstract ID:28165) P

155
Yamashiro, H.; DAILY FLUORESCENT BAND RECORDED BEHIND BLACK BAND DISEASE (Abstract ID:28107) P

156
Kemp, K. M.; Westrich, J. R.; Kemp, D. K.; Edwards, M. L.; Lipp, E. K.; ETIOLOGICAL AGENTS OR SECONDARY OPPORTUNISTS? FREQUENT MONITORING AIDS IN ASSESSING THE ROLE OF VIBRIO BACTERIA IN DISEASE OF ACROPORA PALMATA (Abstract ID:28074) P

157
Kim, C. J.; Roelfsema, C.; Hoegh-Guldberg, O.; Dove, S.; CORAL HEALTH & DISEASE IN URBAN VERSUS RURAL AREAS OF TIMOR-LESTE (Abstract ID:29046) P

158
Kubomura, T.; Reimer, J. D.; INCIDENCE AND CAUSE OF PINK/PURPLE PIGMENTATION SYNDROME IN GENUS PORITES IN OKINAWA ISLAND. (Abstract ID:28549) P

159
Runyon, C.; Beurmann, S.; Ushijima, B.; Videau, P.; Work, T.; Aeby, G.; Callahan, S. M.; EPIZOOTIOLOGY OF BLACK BAND DISEASE ON SCLERACTINIAN CORALS OF KAUAI, HAWAII, USA (Abstract ID:28914) P

160
Foster, A. E.; McMinds, R.; Vega-Thurber, R.; Rosales, S.; Zaneveld, J.; Welsh, R.; Payet, J.; A COMPARISON OF SYMBIOTIC DINOFLAGELLATE (SYMBIODINIUM) COMMUNITIES IN HEALTHY SIDERASTREA SIDEREA CORALS AND THOSE AFFECTED BY DARK SPOT SYNDROME (Abstract ID:28909) P

162
Alidoost Salimi, M.; Ghavam Mostafavi, P.; Fatemi, S. M.; Aeby, G. S.; DO DISEASES THREATEN THE CORAL REEFS OF KISH ISLAND, PERSIAN GULF? (Abstract ID:29300) P

163
SELVA BHARATH, M.; AEBY, G. S.; DINESH KUMAR, P.; LAJU, R. L.; ARASAMUTHU, A.; RAJESH, S.; DIRAVIYA RAJ, K.; MATHEWS, G.; PATTERSON EDWARD, J. K.; FIRST BASELINE SURVEY OF CORAL LESIONS ON VILANGUCHALLI PATCH REEF, GULF OF MANNAR, INDIA (Abstract ID:29317) P

164
Jacquemot, L.; Monjol, J.; Bettarel, Y.; Bouvier, T.; Ferrier-Pagès, C.; Corre, E.; Desnues, C.; Baudoux, A. C.; PHAGE THERAPY FOR DISEASED CORALS? POTENTIAL OF A NOVEL GIANT VIRUS AS ANTIMICROBIAL AGENT AGAINST CORAL PATHOGENS (Abstract ID:29296) P

165
Yusuf, S.; RAPID ASSESSMENT FOR CORAL DISEASE IN SAWU SEA MARINE NATIONAL PARK, INDONESIA (Abstract ID:29464) P

166
Burger, A. H.; Ushijima, B.; Videau, P. J.; Aeby, G. S.; Callahan, S. M.; THE ROLE OF QUORUM SENSING IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF THE CORAL PATHOGEN VIBRIO CORALLIILYTICUS STRAIN OCN008 (Abstract ID:29870) P


Date: 06/23/2016

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Oral Presentations


Location: 313 C

09:30
Willis, B. L.; MacNeil, M. A.; Page, C. A.; Lamb, J. B.; Heron, S. F.; Maynard, J.; Puotinen, M.; BASELINES AND DRIVERS OF CORAL DISEASE IN THE WORLD'S OLDEST MARINE PARK (Abstract ID:28997) O

09:45
Nand, Y. R.; Jupiter, S. J.; Bythell, J. C.; COMPARING DIFFERENTIAL DISEASE AND BLEACHING RESPONSES OF PACIFIC CORALS FROM LELEUVIA, FIJI AND MOOREA, FRENCH POLYNESIA (Abstract ID:28531) O

10:00
Sutherland, K. P.; Berry, B.; Park, A.; Kemp, D. W.; Kemp, K. M.; Joyner, J. L.; Lipp, E. K.; Porter, J. W.; CORAL DISEASE ETIOLOGIES AS MOVING TARGETS: A 20-YEAR CASE STUDY OF WHITE POX DISEASE IN THE FLORIDA KEYS, 1994-2014 (Abstract ID:28805) O

10:15
Aeby, G. S.; Shore-Maggio, A.; Ushijima, B.; Cox, E. F.; Beurmann, S.; Minton, D.; Poscablo, D.; Runyon, C.; Videau, P.; Work, T. M.; Callahan, S.; Conklin, E.; ECOLOGY OF A TISSUE LOSS DISEASE OUTBREAK IN ACROPORIDS ON THE REEFS OF PALMYRA ATOLL, LINE ISLANDS (Abstract ID:28935) O

10:30
Nicolet, K. J.; Hoogenboom, M. O.; Pratchett, M. S.; Willis, B. L.; DISEASE ECOLOGY AND TRANSMISSION PATTERN: A CASE STUDY OF BROWN BAND AND BLACK BAND DISEASE ON THE GREAT BARRIER REEF (Abstract ID:28021) O

10:45
Diraviya Raj, K.; Aeby, G. S.; Mathews, G.; Selva Bharath, M.; Laju R, L.; Rajesh, S.; Edward J K, P.; RESPONSE OF FISH AND SNAIL CORALLIVORES TO AN OUTBREAK OF ACUTE TISSUE LOSS DISEASE ON THE REEFS OF VAAN ISLAND IN THE GULF OF MANNAR, INDIA (Abstract ID:28496) O

11:00
Artim, J. M.; Santos, T.; Sikkel, P. C.; LOW SCLERACTINIAN CORAL DENSITY IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED DENSITY OF A COMMON REEF FISH PARASITE (Abstract ID:29823) O

11:15
Shore-Maggio, A.; Aeby, G. S.; Callahan, S. M.; SOURCES OF VIBRIO CORALLIILYTICUS STRAIN OCN008 IN KANEOHE BAY, HAWAII AND THE EFFECT OF DECREASED SALINITY ON INFECTION OF THE CORAL, MONTIPORA CAPITATA (Abstract ID:28967) O

13:45
Kramarsky-Winter, E.; Arkoster, L.; Ben Dov, E.; Kushmaro, A.; A FUNCTIONAL MODEL OF BLACK BAND DISEASE BASED ON TRANSCRIPTOMICS (Abstract ID:28353) O

14:00
Ushijima, B.; Videau, P.; Beurmann, S.; Poscablo, D.; Runyon, C.; Salcedo, M.; Vine, V.; Hemscheidt, H. K.; Aeby, G. S.; Callahan, S. M.; THE ROLE OF PATHOGENS, PROBIOTICS, AND THE BACTERIAL MICROFLORA IN ACUTE MONTIPORA WHITE SYNDROME (Abstract ID:28517) O

14:15
Hase, C. C.; A RAPID, SIMPLE TEST FOR THE CORAL PATHOGEN VIBRIO CORALLIILYTICUS USING A SENSITIVE LATERAL FLOW �DIPSTICK� IMMUNOASSAY. (Abstract ID:28781) O

14:30
Certner, R. H.; Vollmer, S. V.; ATTENUATION OF WHITE BAND DISEASE TRANSMISSION IN ACROPORA CERVICORNIS BY A QUORUM SENSING INHIBITOR (Abstract ID:28059) O

14:45
Muchlissin, S. I.; Sabdono, A.; Wijayanti, D. P.; ANTI-PATHOGENIC ACTIVITY OF CORAL BACTERIA AGAINST WHITE PLAQUE DISEASE OF CORAL FAVIA SP. FROM TENGAH ISLAND KARIMUNJAWA INDONESIA (Abstract ID:29447) O

15:00
Paul, V. J.; Gunasekera, S. P.; Meyer, J. L.; Houk, L. J.; Scott, R. M.; Teplitski, M.; DECIPHERING CHEMICAL SIGNALING IN BLACK BAND DISEASE (Abstract ID:29919) O

15:15
Gochfeld, D. J.; Olson, J. B.; Easson, C. G.; BIOCHEMICAL AND BACTERIAL COMMUNITY CHANGES DURING THE COURSE OF PATHOGENESIS IN THE SPONGE DISEASE APLYSINA RED BAND SYNDROME (Abstract ID:28441) O

15:30
Gouhier, T. C.; Pillai, P.; Vollmer, S. V.; CORAL GENETIC DIVERSITY AND DISEASE DYNAMICS (Abstract ID:28528) O

16:15
Muller, E. M.; Bartels, E.; THERMAL STRESS CAUSES A SIX-FOLD INCREASE IN THE RISK OF DISEASE INFECTION IN ACROPORA CERVICORNIS (Abstract ID:27830) O

16:30
Montano, S.; Maggioni, D.; Seveso, D.; Galli, P.; THE ROLE OF THE SCLERACTINIAN-ASSOCIATED HYDROZOANS IN THE CORAL COLONY HEALTH STATE (Abstract ID:28343) O

16:45
Peters, E. C.; Allen, D. W.; Clements, C. S.; Combs, Z. E.; Richards Donà, A.; Norfolk, W. A.; Patterson, K. W.; Pratte, Z. A.; Woodley, C. M.; THE MYTH OF THE �HEALTHY� CORAL: THE NEED FOR PHENOTYPIC ANCHORING BEFORE AND DURING THE AGE OF �OMICS (Abstract ID:28164) O

17:00
Work, T. M.; Aeby, G. S.; LOOKING THROUGH A MICROSCOPE BRIGHTLY! TISSUE CHANGES SHED LIGHT INTO PATHOGENESIS OF DISEASE AND ECOLOGICAL PROCESSES IN CORAL REEFS. (Abstract ID:28218) O

17:15
Rodríguez-Villalobos, J. C.; Work, T. M.; Calderon-Aguilera, L. E.; MICROSCOPICAL DIFFERENTIATION BETWEEN REGENERATION AND DEGENERATION OF TISSUES IN POCILLOPORA (Abstract ID:28450) O

17:30
Wijayanti, D. P.; Hidaka, M.; Sabdono, A.; BIODIVERSITY OF CULTURABLE BACTERIAL COMMUNITY ASSOCIATED WITH THE DISEASED CORALS FROM NORTH JAVA SEA COASTAL WATERS INDONESIA (Abstract ID:28917) O

17:45
Lamb, J. B.; van de Water, J. A.; Hein, M.; Abu, N.; Jompa, J.; Bourne, D. G.; Altier, C.; Harvell, C. D.; USING COASTAL ECOSYSTEM SERVICES TO MITIGATE HUMAN AND CORAL REEF PATHOGENS (Abstract ID:28411) O

18:00
Deignan, L. K.; Pawlik, J. R.; CARIBBEAN SPONGE PATHOLOGY � THE DIAGNOSIS IS NOT ALWAYS SIMPLE (Abstract ID:28815) O


Date: 06/24/2016

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Oral Presentations


Location: 313 C

09:30
Mydlarz, L. D.; Fuess, L. E.; Pinzon, J. C.; Weil, E.; IMMUNITY TO COMMUNITY: WHAT CAN IMMUNE PATHWAYS TELL US ABOUT DISEASE PATTERNS IN CORALS? (Abstract ID:28202) O

09:45
Traylor-Knowles, N.; Palumbi, S.; FINE �SCALE SAMPLING OF A. HYACINTHUS DURING AN ACUTE HEAT SHOCK, ILLUMINATES POTENTIAL IMMUNE GENE REACTIONS AND INTERACTIONS (Abstract ID:27982) O

10:00
Seveso, D.; Montano, S.; Maggioni, D.; Reggente, M. A.; Orlandi, I.; Galli, P.; Vai, M.; THE EXPRESSION OF DIFFERENT CELLULAR-STRESS BIOMARKERS TO ASSESS THE RESPONSE OF CORALS TO DISEASES (Abstract ID:28350) O

10:15
Brown, T.; Bellantuono, A. J.; Rodriguez-Lanetty, M.; HOW DO THEY DO IT? AN EXPLORATION OF THE MOLECULAR UNDERPINNINGS OF IMMUNE PRIMING IN THE SEA ANEMONE EXAIPTASIA PALLIDA. (Abstract ID:29531) O

10:30
Fuess, L. E.; Pinzon, J. C.; Ricci, C. A.; Weil, E.; Mydlarz, L. D.; NO FREE LUNCH: IMPLICATIONS OF SYMBIOTIC RELATIONSHIPS ON THE CORAL IMMUNE RESPONSE VIA THE TRANSFORMING GROWTH FACTOR-BETA SIGNALING PATHWAY (Abstract ID:28200) O

10:45
Buerger, P.; Weynberg, K. D.; Wood-Charlson, E. M.; Willis, B. L.; van Oppen, M. J.; HOW A CORAL PATHOGEN FIGHTS VIRAL INFECTIONS? (Abstract ID:28037) O

11:00
Silveira, C. B.; Coutinho, F. H.; Silva, G.; Cavalcanti, G. S.; Gregoracci, G. B.; Wegley-Kelly, L.; Edwards, R.; Rohwer, F.; Thompson, F. L.; VIRUSES AS RESERVOIRS OF BACTERIAL VIRULENCE GENES IN CORAL REEFS (Abstract ID:28845) O

11:15
Knapp, I. S.; Belcaid, M.; Williams, G. J.; Toonen, R. J.; HOMOLOGS TO HUMAN CANCER GENES ASSOCIATED WITH CORAL GROWTH ANOMALIES (Abstract ID:28448) O

13:45
Raymundo, L. J.; Kerr, A. M.; Maypa, A. P.; OLD WOUNDS TAKE LONG TO HEAL: SHIP GROUNDINGS AND CORAL DISEASE ON A PRISTINE CORAL REEF (Abstract ID:28534) O

14:00
Brandt, M. E.; Smith, T. B.; Williams, L.; Beasley, V.; Keller, J.; DIVERSITY AFFECTS DISEASE TRANSMISSION IN CARIBBEAN CORALS (Abstract ID:28769) O

14:15
Price, N. N.; Williams, G.; Work, T.; Martz, T. R.; Takeshita, Y.; Johnson, M.; Donham, E.; Smith, J. E.; CORALLINE ALGAE HOST PHYSIOLOGY, MINERALOGY, AND FUNGAL INFECTION DYNAMICS RESPOND TO TEMPERATURE ANOMALIES AND NATURALLY VARYING SEAWATER PH (Abstract ID:29971) O

14:30
Quéré, G.; Nugues, M. M.; CORALLINE ALGAE DISEASE REDUCES SURVIVAL AND SETTLEMENT SUCCESS OF CORAL PLANULAE IN LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS (Abstract ID:28836) O

14:45
Caldwell, J. M.; Heron, S. F.; Eakin, C. M.; Donahue, M. J.; APPLICATION OF SATELLITE SST-BASED CORAL DISEASE OUTBREAK PREDICTIONS FOR HAWAII (Abstract ID:28853) O

15:00
Randall, C. J.; van Woesik, R.; HINDCASTING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE ENVIRONMENT AND OUTBREAKS OF CORAL DISEASES IN THE CARIBBEAN (Abstract ID:29643) O

15:15
Séré, M.; Chabanet, P.; Tribollet, A.; Tortosa, P.; FIRST CORAL DISEASE ASSESSMENT IN THE LAST MARINE SANCTUARIES IN THE SOUTH WESTERN INDIAN OCEAN: EPARSES ISLANDS (Abstract ID:29352) O

15:30
Wong, K. T.; Tsang, H. L.; Ang, P. O.; A CATASTROPHIC CORAL DISEASE OUTBREAK IN HONG KONG THAT MAY BE ASSOCIATED WITH HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS (Abstract ID:29483) O