FINAL PROGRAM

 

  • Thurday 17th of August 2017

Arrival/ Check in between 14:30 and 15:00

Welcome coffee and sweets 

 

16h15: Welcome speech

 

16h30 – 19h00: SYMPOSIUM 1: UNRAVELLING IMMUNE CELL IMPLICATION IN NEUROLOGICAL DISEASES.

Chair: Bertrand Fontaine 

 16h30-17h00 Phil De Jager: 

A molecular network approach to the aging human cortex: Dissecting the genomic architecture of neuroimmune aging.”

17h00-17h30 Olga Corti:

”Immune cell alterations in PINK1/Parkin-linked Parkinson’s disease”

17h30-18h00 Ingrid Kockum:

“Unraveling complexity of multiple sclerosis susceptibility by studying genetic and environmental risk factors”

  • Short communications:

 

18h00-18h15 Charles Sanson                

“Role of MS lymphocytes in remyelination”

 

18h15-18h30 Mariko Taga:

“Study of CD33: An Alzheimer’s disease susceptibility locus in neurodegeneration”

 

18h30-18h45 Emmanuel Brault

“Systemic immune-checkpoint blockade with anti-PD1 antibody has no beneficial effect on cerebral amyloid-β burden in APPxPS1 mice.”

 

19h00: Apéritif

20h00: Dinner

 

  • Friday 18thof August 2017

 

Breakfast from 7h

 

9h00-11h00: SYMPOSIUM 2: MICROGLIAL CELLS ACTIVATION STATES

Chair: Jake Streit 

9h30-10h00 Michael Heneka:

“Microglia demise and progression of Alzheimer disease”

9h30-10h00 Pierre Gressens:

“Microglial activation in perinatal brain damage”

10h00-10h30 Marie-Eve Tremblay 

“Microglia-synapse interactions in health and disease”

10h30-11h00 coffee break

  • Short communications:

 

11h00-11h15 Aude Chiot:

“Implication of peripheral macrophages in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis”

 

11h15-11h30 Cynthia Solek:

“Effects of inflammation on visual circuit development in zebrafish larva”

 

11h30-11h45 Nadia Soussi-Yanicostas:

“In vivo Imaging of microglia and pathological neurons”

 

11h45-12h00 Tuan Leng Tay:

“A novel fate mapping system reveals context-dependent random or clonal expansion of microglia”

 

12h00-13h30: LUNCH

 

13h30-16h00: Departure for the visit of the chateau de Fontainebleau or Free time

 

16h00: Coffee and sweets

 

16h 30-18h30: SYMPOSIUM 3: FROM INJURY TO REPAIR, ROLE OF IMMUNE CELLS

Chair: Violetta Zujovic 

16h30-17h00 Jonathan Kipnis 

“How Meningeal lymphatics drain CNS diseases”

17h00-17h30 Stefan Bittner:

“T cell – glial cell crosstalk in the inflamed CNS”

17h30-18h00 Jeffrey Huang 

“Role of inflammation in CNS remyelination”

  • Short communications:

 

18h00-18h15 Jennifer Fransson:  

“Modeling macrophage activation in multiple sclerosis patients”

 

18h15-18h30 Charise Garber:

“Interferon gamma inhibits cognitive recovery from viral encephalitis”

 

18h30-18h45 Flora Reverchon:

“IL-33 receptor ST2 regulates the cognitive impairments associated with experimental cerebral malaria”

 

19h00: Apéritif

20h00: Dinner

 

  • Saturday 19thof August 2017

 

Breakfast from 7h00

 

Check out before 9h00

 

9h00-11h00: SYMPOSIUM 4: WHEN IMMUNITY TAKES PART IN NEURODEGENERATION 

Chair: Severine Boillee 

9h00-9h30 Cécile Delarasse:

“Role of the purinergic receptor P2X7 in Alzheimer’s disease”

10h00-10h30 Caterina Bendotti:

 “The Yin and Yang of adaptive immunity in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.”

 

10h30-11h00: Coffee and sweets

 

11h00-12h30: SYMPOSIUM 5:  CHALLENGES OF HUMAN MICROGLIAL CELLS

Chair: Christian Lobsiger

11h00-11h30 Pinar Mesci:

“Modeling environmental and genetic causes of neurological diseases using human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived macrophages”

11h30-12h00 Julien Muffat:

“Human microglia-in-a-dish: recapitulating cellular nature and nurture to model CNS disorders”

12h00-12h30 Bart Eggen:

  “Heterogeneity in microglia during health and disease, a genome-wide (epi)genetic study”

 

12h30-14h00: LUNCH

Departure

 

 

 

 

Hotel and accomodations

The XV century castle of Cély, a shining example of French history, has been completely renovated for business meetings. Its close location to the chateau de Fontainebleau enables us to also propose an afternoon discovery of one of the jewel of French castles. This venue proposes 700 square metres lounges on three floors fitted with latest technology necessary to conferences or exhibitions in a breathtaking setting.

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A plenary room for up to 220 participants and the various lounges given over to your product presentations, workshops and informal meetings.

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In the large dining room that opens onto the kitchen, your chef Kévin will serve large, varied and colourful buffets to tease your taste buds! From the lightness of tasty vegetables to the generosity of traditional casseroles, treat yourself! On fine days, enjoy the campus terraces.

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 A multi-use sports ground which will delight lovers of football, basketball, handball and volleyball, badminton courts for impromptu matches… After a hard day’s work, the Cély spa awaits participants who want to relax: a spa pool, a jacuzzi, Turkish baths and a sauna are at your disposal.

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The hotel bedrooms were recently renovated and present all the mondern comfort!

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Travel

CAMPUS DE CELY 77930 Cély-en-Bière

 

For your convenience the staff of chateau de Cély can organize your transportation from the train station or from the airport.

Please contact : Magali Fernandez conseiller séminaire 0177845041

 

By train:

30 minutes of the TGV station of Massy

40 minutes of the TGV station of Marne-la-Vallée

15 minutes of the RER station of Melun

 

By car from the airport:

35 minutes from Orly airport

60 minutes Charles de Gaulle airport.

 

Here is a map with the GPS coordinates and the instructions to get to the castle with your own car:

In french: plan_acces_cely_fr

In english: plan_acces_cely_en