EUROPEAN CALCIUM SOCIETY
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Workshop
BREAKTHROUGH IN IMMUNE CELL CALCIUM SIGNALLING AND NEW THERAPEUTICS ADVANCES (ESOF2018)

16 - 18 october 2017

Place : Natural History Museum (city centre)
Toulouse, FRANCE

Organizing Commitee :
Lucette Pelletier (Toulouse, France), Marc Moreau (Toulouse, France), Catherine Leclerc (Toulouse, France), Magali Savignac (Toulouse, France), Jacques Haiech (Strasbourg, France), Mathieu Rousset (Montpellier, France), Olivier Mignen (Brest, France)

PROGRAM

Monday, 16th October 2017 morning


9h-10h30 Session I : Calcium and innate immunity
  • N. Demaurex (Geneva Switzerland) Role of STIM1 in phagocytic white blood cells
  • B. Niemeyer (Homburg, Germany)
  • S. Brechard (Belvaux, Luxemburg) Calcium-dependent regulation of pro-inflammatory functions of human neutrophils

10h30-11h Break

11h-12h30 Round Table with Pharmas
  • J. Haiech
  • R. Rooke

Monday, 16th October 2017 afternoon


14h-15h30 Session II Calcium signaling in lymphocytes
  • O. Mignen (Brest, France) Constitutive Ca2+ entry in B lymphocytes : A new therapeutic target for B cell disorders?
  • R. Roncagalli (Marseille, France) Systems biology in T cells: integrated approaches to reveal novel molecular mechanisms
  • R. Lesourne (Toulouse, France) Minus times minus is a plus: positive regulation of T cell antigen receptor signaling by THEMIS


15h30-16h Break

16h-17h Session III Targeting calcium signaling in diseases. What’s in the air?
  • P. Lory, Montpellier (France): Functional modeling of human calcium channelopathies
  • Speaker to be confirmed

17h-18h Plenary lecture :
Patrick G. Hogan (La Jolla, USA) Dissecting calcium-NFAT signalling in T cells

Tuesday, October 17th 2017 morning


9h-10h30 Session IV Deciphering calcium signaling in lymphocyte functions
  • A. Guse (Hamburg Germany) NAADP and 2’-deoxy-ADPR in Calcium Signaling
  • M. Savignac (Toulouse, France) Cav1.2 and Cav1.3 calcium channels are critical during allergic asthma
  • S. Valitutti (Toulouse, France)

10h30-11h Break

11h-12h30 Session V Specific features of calcium signaling
  • J.R. Naranjo (Madrid, Spain) The neuronal calcium sensor DREAM, a drugable target to modulate channel activity in neurons and immune cells
  • C. Louvet (Nantes, France) Real-time intracellular traffick analysis of ion channels using the RUSH system
  • P. Cockerill (Birmingham, UK) The role of alternate receptor signalling in establishing and maintaining transcriptional memory in T cells

Tuesday, October 17th 2017 afternoon


14h-15h30 Round Table Future of Ca2+ signalling
  • J. Haiech
  • M. Rousset
  • M. Moreau
  • L. Pelletier

15h30-16h Break

16h-17h Session VI Novel in vivo technics for calcium imaging
  • O. Griesbeck (Martinsried, Germany) Optimized Ratiometric Calcium Biosensors
  • J. Bagnali (Manchester, UK) Quantitative single-cell analyses of immune-cell activation
17h-18h Short communications

Wednesday, October 18th morning


9h-10h Session VII Novel in vivo technics for calcium imaging
  • M. Oheim (Paris, France)
  • T. Mangeat (Toulouse, France) Super-resolved speckle microscopy for biological applications, from tissue to proteins.

10h-10h30, Break

10h30-12h Short communications

Concluding remarks

12h15-12h45 ECS assembly

Wednesday, October 18th Afternoon


14h-17h Cost session




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