THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28TH, 2019
09:30-09:45: Forewords by Vincent Lelievre (INCI Strasbourg, France)
09:45-10:30: Vincent Flacher (CNRS Strasbourg, France): “The neuro-immune axis in the skin: development of a new tridimensional model by tissue engineering”
10:30-10:45: Coffee break
10:45-11:30: Pierre Gressens (INSERM Paris, France): “Mechanisms of microglial activation in a model of encephalopathy of prematurity”
11:30-12:15: Vito Antonio Baldassarro (IGBMC, illkirch, France): “Oligodendrocyte precursor cells from fetal and adult brain are differentially vulnerable to inflammation and noxious stimuli: implications for demyelinating diseases”
13:30-14:15: Sara Morley-Fletcher (CNRS Lille, France): “Programming of immune response by early life stress”
14:15-15:00: Yossan Var Tan (INSERM Rouen, France): “Protective actions of GPCR binding neuropeptides in multiple sclerosis”
15:00-15:45: Alexander Mildner (Max Delbrück Center, Berlin, Germany): “Role of monocytes in MS”
15:45-16:00: Coffee break
16:00-16:45: Sylvain Fisson (Univ. Evry, France): “Comparative immunity between eye and cerebrum”
16:45-17:30: Thomas Blank (Univ Freiburg, Germany): “What early immune stimulation does to your adult brain”
17:30-18:15: Nicolas Page (Univ. Geneve, Switzerland): “TOX enforces memory T cell persistence during CNS autoimmunity”
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29TH, 2019
09:15-10:00: Benjamin Lelouvier (Vaiomer Inc, Labege, France): “Advance technology to study tissue and blood microbiota”
10:00-10:45: Sylvie Claeysen (INSERM Montpellier, France): “Gut microbiota in Alzheimer's disease : a key piece of the puzzle?”
10:45-11:00: Coffee break
11:00-11:45: Jean Eric Ghia (Univ Manitoba, Canada): “Brain-gut, gut-brain in the context of inflammatory bowel diseases”
11:45-12:30: Rochellys Diaz Heijtz (Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden): “Bacterial peptidoglycans as novel signaling molecules from microbiota to brain”
12:30-12:45: Conclusion by Wojciech Krezel
DATES AND VENUE
November 28-29, 2019
ENGEES (École Nationale du Génie de l'Eau et de l'Environnement de Strasbourg)
1 quai Koch
PLEASE NOTE THAT...
Neurex workshops are part of the cycle B5 of the University of Basel. They allow students to gain Credit Points from attending workshops/meetings.
This specific workshop will give rise to the attribution of 1 CP.
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