PATIM Seminar Series

2019/09 - 2020/06

Date   Time   Location   Speaker   Title   Host   Details  
SEPTEMBER
FRI
13
  11h-12h   E07.3347.A   Simone di Giovanni
Imperial College London (UK)
 

Injury and environmental- dependent regulation of axonal regeneration following nerve and spinal injuries

  Karl-Heinz Krause      
FRI
27
  11h-12h   E07.3347.A   Britta Engelhard
University of Bern (Switzerland))
 

The brain barriers regulate immune cell trafficking to the CNS

  Doron Merkler      
OCTOBER
FRI
11
  11h-12h   E07.3347.A   Dr. Michel Puceat
Aix-Marseille University, Medical School La Timone
  Inflammation-induced cell reprogramming at the origin of cardiac valve development and calcification   Marisa Jaconi      
NOVEMBER
FRI
1
  11h-12h   E07.3347.A   Prof. Christopher Linington
University of Glasgow (UK)
 

Antibody-mediated induction of antiviral activity in the CNS: a generalised strategy to treat neurotropic virus infections?

  Carole Bourquin      
FRI
8
  11h-12h   E07.3347.A   Jaap van Buul
University of Amsterdam (Netherlands)
 

Leukocyte transendothelial migration: where is the next exit point?

  Brenda Kwak/Christoph Scheiermann      
FRI
22
  11h-12h   E07.3347.A   Michel Gilliet
UNIL / CHUV-dermatology (Switzerland)
  Antimicrobial peptides in skin immunity and autoimmunity   Walter Reith      
DECEMBER
 FRI
6
   11h-12h   E07.3347.A   Pr. Paul Evans
University of Sheffield (UK)
  Vascular responses to shear stress: going with the flow   Brenda Kwak       
FEBRUARY
FRI
7
  11h-12h   E07.3347.A   Pr. Maurilio Sampaolesi
KU Leuven, Belgium
  Single cell OMICS to decomplexify muscle stem cell heterogeneity   Marisa Jaconi      
FRI
21
  11h-12h   E07.3347.A   Anne Joutel
Institut de Psychiatrie et Neurosciences Paris (France)
  New insights into the mechanism of spontaneous deep intracerebral hemorrhage   Maie-Luce Bochaton-Piallat       
MARCH
FRI
6
  11h-12h   E07.3347.A   Valerie Wittamer
Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgique)
  Chemerin and its receptors in leukocytes trafficking, inflammation and cancer    Julien Bertrand    

 

FRI
13
  11h-12h   E07.3347.A   Florianne Muller
Université de Genève
  National negotiations with publishers (Elsevier, Springer Nature, Wiley): consequences for researchers at UNIGE   Brenda Kwak   CANCELLED    

FRI
20

  11h-12h   E07.3347.A   Manolis Pasparakis
Koeln University (Germany) 
  -    Cem Gabay   CANCELLED   

FRI
27

   11h-12h   E07.3347.A    Pierre Cosson
UNIGE PHYME
   How recombinant antibodies will change your (scientific) life.   Brenda Kwak     CANCELLED  
APRIL
FRI
3
  11h-12h   E07.3347.A   Gerad Eberl
Institut Pasteur (France)
 

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  Camilla Jandus   CANCELLED    
FRI
24
  11h-12h   E07.3347.A   Antal Rot
Queen Mary University of London (UK) 
  -   Oliver Hartley/Christoph Scheiermann       
MAY
THU
15
   11h-12h   E07.3347.A    Peter Kristensen
University of Aalborg  (Danemark)
  -    Oliver Hartley       
FRI
29
   11h-12h    E07.3347.A   Marc Bajenoff
Centre d'Immunologie Marseille-Luminy (France)
  -    Stephanie Hugues         
JUNE
FRI
  11h-12h   E07.3347.A      

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FRI
  11h-12h   E07.3347.A      

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JULY

FRI
3

  11h-12h   E07.3347.A   Martin Götte
Münster University Hospital
(Germany)
  microRNAs as pathogenesis factors in endometriosis    Ariane De Agostini