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4th IPBS Student Symposium

4th IPBS Student Symposium

Guest speakers

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Dr. Marc Bajenoff

CIML, Marseille, France

Stromal cells are essential components of the macrophage niche

 

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Dr. Morgan Beeby

Imperial College, London, UK

Evolution of bacterial flagellar motors studied by electron cryo-tomography

 

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Program

9.00-9.10 Welcome by Olivier NEYROLLES, PhD, Deputy director of IPBS

 

9.10-10.00 Guest speaker - Marc BAJENOFF, PhD - Stromal cells are essential components of the macrophage niche

10.00-10.20 Adrien SCHAHL - Polysaccharide-lipids interactions within the capsule of Mycobacterium tuberculosis

10.20-10.35 Flash Poster presentations

 

10.35-11.20 Coffee break & Poster session

 

11.20-11.40 Juliette COUDERT - Discovery and characterization of HEV-lncRNA, a long non coding RNA controlling lymphocyte entry to lymph nodes through high endothelial venules

11.40-12.00 Alexandrine ROZIE - Identifying new druggable targets among DNA repair complexes

12.00-12.20 Elena GRISETI - How PEF could enhance cold-atmospheric plasma exposed-liquids efficiency to kill cancer cells: a first proof-of-concept

 

12.20-14.00 Lunch

 

14.00-14.50 Guest speaker - Morgan BEEBY, PhD - Evolution of bacterial flagellar motors studied by electron cryotomography

14.50-15.10 Laurie THOUVENEL - Deciphering the mechanisms underlying outer membrane lipid transport in mycobacteria

 

15.10-15.55 Coffee break & Poster session

 

15.55-16.15 Dusan ZIVKOVIC - Structural and functional study of the proteasome complexes in spermatogenesis using modern mass spectrometry approaches

16.15-16.35 Diana SOUKARIE - An innovative aptasensor for the detection of pathogens in water

16.35-16.55 Aurélien BOYANCE - Deciphering how ST8SIA4/polysialic acid regulate macrophage effector functions in response to Mycobacterium tuberculosis

 

16.55-17.00 Poster award and closing remarks

 

 

POSTERS

 

  • Pierre BOYER - Mycobacterium tuberculosis lipids released by bacterial membrane vesicles
  • Salimata BAGAYOKO - Microbial patatin-like phospholipase induces ferroptosis
  • Lucas BLANCHARD - High endothelial venules: specialized blood vessels mediating lymphocyte entry in lymph node and tumor
  • Eva MEUNIER - Contribution of a two-component regulatory system to tuberculosis transmission
  • Tamara SNEPERGER - Deciphering the functions oh the dendritic cell immuno-receptor DCIR in immunity
  • Juliette SIMON  - Carbon nanotubes based hydrogel devices for transdermal drug delivery through electroporation
  • Rémi MASCARAU - Mechanisms of HIV-1 transfer from T lymphocytes to macrophages
  • Nicolas GERAUD - Molecular mechanism of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis protein-O-mannosyltransferase MtPMT as a novel target for the search for alternative anti-tuberculosis drug
  • Pascaline BORRIES - A step further in Mycobacterium fatty acid synthase type-II characterization using an affinity purification-mass spectrometry approach
  • Stephen LEON-ICAZA - Characterization of cellular and molecular mechanism by which OMVs induce sepsis

 

REGISTRATION IS FREE BUT MANDATORY:

 

https://www.weezevent.com/4th-ipbs-student-symposium

 

Contact: gsymposium2019@ipbs.fr

Note for visitors: Please come with a valid identity card

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8 Nov

09:00 - 18:00

Fernand Gallais Conference room