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IPBS Students Symposium - 2017

2nd Edition of the IPBS Students Symposium

Keynote speakers

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Aurélien Trompette

University Hospital of Lausanne, Switzerland

Dietary fibers confer protection against Influenza by shaping
patrolling monocyte hematopoiesis and CD8 T cell metabolism

 

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Timm Maier

Biozentrum, University of Basel, Switzerland

The architecture of human mTOR complex I

 

Morning session: Understanding the host biology in disease

  • 9h00 Introduction by Dr. Jean-Philippe Girard, Director of IPBS
  • 9h10 Keynote lecture - Aurélien Trompette - Dietary fibers confer protection against Influenza by shaping patrolling monocyte hematopoiesis and CD8 T cell metabolism
  • 10h15 Pauline Schmitt – IL-33 cooperates with TL1A for potent induction of IL-9-producing group 2 innate lymphoid cells
  • 10h30 Lucie Bernard – Enhancement of the immune response to Mycobacterium tuberculosis using the host microbiota

 

  • 10h45 Coffee Break – Posters

 

  • 11h30 Aurélie Toulet – Abundant periprostatic adipose tissue: characterization and role in the local dissemination of prostate cancer
  • 11h45 Guillaume Ferre – Structure and dynamics of the receptor-bound ghrelin lipopeptide
  • 12h00 Workshop – Nanotemper - Quick & accurate protein characterization & analysis

 

  • 12h20 Lunch – Posters

Afternoon session: Biological membranes and beyond

  • 13h45 Thomas Menneteau – LC-SRM targeted quantification of 20S proteasome complexes stoichiometry and dynamics using absolute SILAC
  • 14h00 Minh Chau Nguyen – Insights into the modification of polyketide synthase ACP domains
  • 14h15 Keynote lecture - Timm Maier - The architecture of human mTOR complex I

 

  • 15h15 Coffee Break – Posters

 

  • 15h45 Christophe Carrat – Characterization of the repertoire of lipid epitopes presented by CD1b upon infection with Mycobacterium tuberculosis
  • 16h00 Laura Chiaradia – Dissecting the mycobacterial cell envelope
  • 16h15 Cyril Lefebvre – HadD is essential for alpha- and epoxy-mycolic acid biosynthesis, cell envelope integrity and bacterial fitness

 

Posters

Dan Corral - Role of innate lymphoid cells during Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection
Chloé Oudinet - Ontogenic and lineage-specific DNA cytosine demethylation at the IgH constant locus
Yves-Marie Boudehen - Identification and study of putative nucleomodulins involved in Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection
Giulia Trimaglio - Study of the involvement of the dendritic cell immunoreceptor (DCIR) in the immune response in colorectal cancer
Maeva Dupont - Role of macrophages in HIV-1 exacerbation by Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Marion Portes - Mechanics of bone degradation machinery by osteoclasts
Nicolas Tomas - Novel enzymes involved in mycobacterial lipid metabolism

26 Oct

09:00 - 16:30

Fernand Gallais Conference room