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ACTUALITES :
APPEL à l'organisation de Journée thématique ITMO BCDE
Notre Société lance un appel à thématique pour organiser, avant fin juin 2016, une Journée
thématique soutenue et financée par ITMO BCDE qui met à disposition un amphithéâtre
d’environ 100 personnes à Paris.
Ceux qui sont intéressés par l’organisation de cette Journée sont priés de se manifester le plus
rapidement possible en écrivant à Christine Lemaître (christine.lemaitre@aviesan.fr) et à Krzysztof
Jagla (christophe.jagla@udamail.fr).
Bourses de voyage ITMO BCDE pour doctorants
En 2016, l'ITMO BCDE souhaite attribuer plusieurs bourses de voyage de 400€ ou 500€
(selon la destination) aux étudiants se rendant à des congrès internationaux dans les domaines
de la biologie du développement et y faisant une présentation.
La SFBD va prendre en charge la sélection des candidatures.
Pour postuler à ces bourses, il suffit d'envoyer un fichier PDF à sfbd@sfbd.fr contenant :
- la fiche de renseignement ci-jointe ;
- un court CV mentionnant les publications et présentation du travail ;
- une courte lettre de motivation présentant votre intérêt pour assister au congrès ;
- les informations sur le congrès en joignant un résumé de la communication orale ou sur affiche.
La date limite de réception des dossiers de candidature est fixée au 31 mars 2016.
La sélection se fera en fin avril 2016.
Conditions d’attributions:
1 – être au moins en deuxième année de thèse et avoir soumis un résumé à une conférence internationale
2 – s’engager à devenir membre de la SFBD
3 – faire apparaître le logo de la SFBD sur la présentation du lauréat
5 – remercier l'ITMO BCDE sur le poster ou pendant la présentation orale le cas échéant
La copie de l'ordre de mission doit être envoyée au secrétariat de la SFBD :
SFBD, Laboratoire GReD, Faculté de médecine, 28, place Henri Dunant, 63000 Clermont-Ferrand ou à sfbd@sfbd.fr.
S'il n'est pas nécessaire d'adhérer à la SFBD pour postuler, au cas où nous aurions trop de demandes nous donnerions la
priorité aux doctorants adhérents de la SFBD. Dans tous les cas, dans l'hypothèse de l'attribution de bourse nous
demandons que l'étudiant adhère ensuite à la Société.
Meeting SFBD 2016 : « SHAPING LIFE » 24-27 mai 2016 à Marseille
Programme et inscriptions ici : http://www.atoutcom.com/shapinglife-sfbd/
BON A SAVOIR :
RENOUVELLEMENT ADHESION 2016
La Société Française de Biologie du Développement vous remercie pour votre soutien en 2015 et vous
invite à le renouveler en 2016.
Il n’est pas nécessaire de remplir à nouveau le bulletin d’adhésion sur le site, il vous suffit juste de
confirmer votre cotisation en répondant à ce message et en précisant votre mode de règlement.
Pensez à mettre à jour les informations vous concernant, s’il y a eu des changements.
Les bons de commande sont à envoyer à: sfbd@sfbd.fr
Les chèques à :
SFBD (à l’attention de Svetlana de Joussineau)
Laboratoire GReD,
Faculté de médecine,
28 place H. Dunant,
63000 Clermont-Ferrand
France.
La cotisation est de 50€ pour les titulaires et post-doctorants et de 25€ pour les
doctorants.
NOUVEAUTÉ: A partir de 2016, nous proposons également une adhésion par
équipe:
équipes jusqu’à 10 personnes - 200 euros;
équipes 10 personnes et plus - 300 euros.
PERMANENCE TELEPHONIQUE/COMPTE TWITTER
Dorénavant, une permanence téléphonique sera assurée pour la Société les lundis et les jeudis de 14h à
16h au 04 73 17 81 83. De plus, vous pouvez nous rejoindre sur Twitter "SFBD-BioDev".
OFFRES DE POSTES
(voir détail des offres en fin de lettre)
POST-DOCTORAL POSITION ON HEART DEVELOPMENT in the institut
pasteur/institut imagine in the team of sigolène meilhac.
Contact et renseignements : https://research.pasteur.fr/en/team/heart-morphogenesis/
Application should be sent to sigolene.meilhac@pasteur.fr
PHD POSITION IN CELL DIVISION AND MORPHOGENESIS at the Curie
institute in Paris in the context of the PolarNet Marie Curie Initial Training
Networks (http://polarnet-itn.eu/).
Contact et renseignements: yohanns.bellaiche@curie.fr
PHD POSITION IN the PRUD’HOMME lab at the IBDML in Marseille on
“Evolution of the gene network controlling wing pigmentation in
Drosophila”
The position is funded for 3 years by an ERC grant and must start
before July 1st 2016.
Please send a CV, a motivation letter, a description of research
experience and interests and e-mail contact for 2-3 references to
benjamin.prudhomme@univ-amu.fr
8 POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS AT the CENTER FOR
INTEGRATIVE BIOLOGY TOULOUSE Applications deadline: April 10 th
More informations at http://cbi-toulouse.fr/eng/; http://cbitoulouse.fr/eng/programme-post-doc
PHD INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM AT CENTER FOR INTEGRATIVE BIOLOGY
TOULOUSE
More informations at http://cbi-toulouse.fr/eng/programme-phd
3 PhD POSITIONS LINKED TO THE SIGNALIFE PHD PROGRAM
at the Institute of Biology Valrose, Nice (http://ibv.unice.fr/EN/index.php).
(http://signalife.unice.fr/). DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS TO THE
SIGNALIFE PROGRAM: APRIL 1ST
PhD POSITION available supervised by Christian Braendle & Pierre Léopold
Project summary: Molecular mechanisms that coordinate size relationships among different cell types and organs are
fundamental for organismal growth and fitness, yet still poorly understood. Moreover, it remains unclear how mechanisms
governing such allometry evolve within and between species. This project addresses these questions using an integrative –
molecular and quantitative genetic – approach and taking take advantage of two genetic model organisms, the nematode (C.
elegans) and the fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster). http://www.braendlelab.net http://ibv.unice.fr/EN/equipe/leopold.php
contact: braendle@unice.fr or leopold@unice.fr
PhD POSITION available in Florence Besse’s group
The project will follow up recently
published work on the function and the transport of neuronal RNA granules during brain maturation
in Drosophila (Medioni et al, Current Biol, 2014 and Medioni et al., Nature Protoc, 2015). More specifically, the proposed
project will aim at characterizing, at the molecular and functional levels, the role of regulators of neuronal RNA granule
biogenesis and turnover, combining in vitro and in vivo approaches. Candidates should contact Florence Besse as soon
as possible (besse@unice.fr)
PhD POSITION available supervised by Max Furthauer and Stephane Noselli group
at the Institute of Biology Valrose, Nice (http://ibv.unice.fr/EN/index.php).
The aim of this PhD which will be part of the international SIGNALIFE PhD program is to study the contribution of the
MyosinID/C system to the establishment of Left/Right asymmetry in Zebrafish and Drosophila. Candidates should
rapidly send their CV, a description of their scientific achievements and the contacts of two referees to Stéphane Noselli
(noselli@unice.fr) and Maximilian Fürthauer (furthauer@unice.fr).
Et toujours :
CALL FOR NEW GROUP LEADERS IN BATIMENT JEAN BERNARD
The Centre Jean Bernard-Inserm U944-CNRS UMR7212-Paris Diderot University
(http://www.jeanbernard.univ-paris-diderot.fr/fr/) has moved into a 2500 m² entirely refurbished
building located on the Saint Louis Hospital campus (central Paris) in the fall 2014.
We are looking for junior or consolidator investigators broadly interested in topics developed in our center, with a special
interest for oncology and hematology. Appropriate laboratory space for up to 6 persons (8 for consolidator candidates)
will be available.
Applications (in English) should be sent to hugues.dethe@inserm.fr, and should include in one single pdf
‘applicantName_application2016.pdf’. Deadline is April 1st, 2016.
POSTE D’INGENIEUR DE RECHERCHE RESPONSABLE DE LA PLATEFORME DE
MICROSCOPIE ELECTRONIQUE à l’IBDM à Marseille.L’ingénieur recruté aura pour mission d’assurer le
service auprès des utilisateurs du site et des utilisateurs externes, du design expérimental à l’analyse des données.
Site web de l’IBDM:
http://www.ibdml.univ-mrs.fr/
Plateforme
d’imagerie:
http://www.ibdm.univ-mrs.fr/technology/imaging-microscopy/
Pour plus d’informations, contacter andre.le-bivic@univ-amu.fr ou pierre-françois.lenne@univ-amu.fr
ANNONCES
Le Club des Cellules Gliales est heureux de vous annoncer son prochain colloque "Emerging Concepts in Glial Cell
Research" qui aura lieu à Carry-Le-Rouet du 1 au 3 juin 2016. Vous trouverez ci-joint le programme. Le programme
scientifique comporte de nombreuses sessions couvrant un large éventail de champs thématiques: développement des
oligodendrocytes et regeneration, motilité et morphologie des cellules microgliales, développement et signalisation dans
les gliomes, roles des cellules gliales dans le système nerveux entérique.De plus, nous avons le plaisir d'accueillir deux
conférenciers prestigieux (David Rowitch et Alison Lloyd) pour les lectures plénières sur l’hétérogénéité des astrocytes et
la regeneration des nerfs périphériques.
Informations et inscriptions: http://www.rmsb.u-bordeaux2.fr/CCG/CCG/Accueil.html. Date limite des inscriptions: 30
mars 2016
Mechanics and Mechanisms of Morphogenesis
This course aims at bringing together the Biology and Physics perspectives on Morphogenesis
https://www.kitp.ucsb.edu/qbio/2016-course-description
The course will be anchored by laboratory projects involving different morphogenetic processes in model organisms
such as the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster, the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans, zebra fish (D. rerio),
a sea squirt (Ciona) and a crustacean (Parhyale hawaiensis). Experimental projects will aim to introduce
quantitative approaches to the study of the dynamics of morphogenesis. This five-week course will consist of a first
"bootcamp" week to be followed by two 2-week research project sessions. Each session will consist of three or four
experimental projects led by instructors and TAs who will closely work with groups of 4-5 students. Each day will
consist of a morning lecture and discussions followed by lab work late into the evening.
Deadline for application is very soon (March 15th),but applications can be submitted later (provided there is still
some space). The course is particularly aiming at PhD students in their final year, or Post-docs.
See also another course running in parallel:
FROM GENES TO GROWTH AND FORM
https://www.kitp.ucsb.edu/activities/morpho16
Deadline was nov 15th but interested scientists can still apply
DETAIL DES ANNONCES ET
DES OFFRES DE POSTE
Post-doctoral researcher in heart development
The team of Sigolène Meilhac, addresses the mechanisms of heart morphogenesis (website)
We have recently identified a novel regulation of Hippo signalling in the heart and recruit a
post-doctoral researcher to further study this regulation of heart growth and potential
application in cardiac regenerative medicine. The project is based on approaches of cell
biology, transcriptomics and state-of-the-art mouse genetics, and involves collaboration with
clinicians of the Hospital Necker Enfants-Malades and an industrial partner.
The Institut Pasteur and Institut Imagine, located in the vibrant city of Paris, provide an
excellent research infrastructure including state-of-the-art core facilities in developmental
biology and genetics. This international and interdisciplinary environment offers competitive
training and career opportunities.
After a PhD in biology, you have a solid experience in fundamental research. You work with
rigour and creativity. You master cell cultures and molecular biology approaches and you
have a strong interest in developmental biology. You enjoy team work and are skilled for
interdisciplinary collaborations.
The position, which is available immediately, can be funded initially, but you are
encouraged to apply for fellowships.
Applications, including a covering letter, a curriculum vitae and contact details of three
references should be sent to sigolene.meilhac@pasteur.fr
Funded Ph.D. Position:
Cell division and morphogenesis
Our team addresses emerging questions in the field of cell and tissue dynamics
(website). A Ph.D. funded-position is opened to explore the mechanisms of cell
division during Drosophila epithelial tissue morphogenesis using state-of-the art
imaging methods, genetics and quantitative approaches in the context of the
PolarNet Marie Curie Initial Training Networks (http://polarnet-itn.eu/).
Our team is part of the Curie Institute. The Curie Institute is an ideal and challenging
environment for any candidate who is deeply interested in cell and developmental
biology research. The Institute has state-of-the-art core facilities for microscopy,
protein purification and mass spectrometry,... In addition, the Curie Institute is
ideally located in the centre of Paris and, with a large international community of
students and scientists, it provides a wonderful environment for foreign students.
Questions regarding the projects and applications should be addressed by email to:
yohanns.bellaiche@curie.fr
Selected publications:
Bosveld F, Markova O, Guirao B, Martin C, Wang Z, Pierre A, Balakireva M,
Gaugue I, Ainslie A, Christophorou N, Lubensky D, Minc N, Bellaïche Y.
Epithelial tricellular junctions act as interphase cell shape sensors to orient mitosis.
Nature in press.
Bardet P-L, Guirao B, Paoletti C, Serman F, Léopold V, Bosveld F, Goya Y, Mirouse
V, Graner F Bellaïche Y. 2013. PTEN controls junction lengthening and stability
during cell rearrangement in epithelial tissue. Developmental Cell, 25:534-46.
Heisenberg C-P. and Bellaïche 2013. Forces in tissue morphogenesis and
patterning. Cell. 153:948-62.
Herszterg S, Liebfried A, Bosveld F, Martin C, Bellaiche Y. 2013. Interplay between
the dividing cell and its neighbors regulates adherens junction formation during
cytokinesis in epithelial tissue. Developmental Cell, 24: 256-70
Bosveld F, Bonnet I, Guirao B, Tlili S, Wang Z, Petitalot A, Marchand R, Bardet PL,
Marcq P, Graner F, Bellaïche Y. 2012. Mechanical control of morphogenesis by
Fat/Dachsous/Four-jointed planar cell polarity pathway. Science. 336:724-7.
PhD position available in the Prud'homme lab
Evolution of the gene network controlling wing pigmentation in Drosophila
We are looking for a PhD student to study the evolution of the gene regulatory network
controlling the formation of a wing pigmentation pattern in Drosophila species. This
wing spot has emerged from a spot-less ancestor, around 15 millions years ago, and then
diversified in shape, color and intensity between species.
The goal of the project is to peer into the genomic changes responsible for these different
evolutionary transitions. The student will use comparative functional genomics across
species to identify candidate genes and cis-regulatory sequences associated with these
transitions. These candidates will be further validated in vivo by functional
manipulations using genome editing approaches.
Ultimately, these results will help to better understand how a gene regulatory network
emerge during evolution and give rise to a novel morphological trait, and how alterations
of this network underlie morphological diversification of a morphological trait.
Candidates (from any nationality, with no requirement to understand French) are
expected to have a background in developmental biology, genetics, and a strong interest
in evolution.
Please send a CV, a motivation letter, a description of research experience and interests
and e-mail contact for 2-3 references to benjamin.prudhomme@univ-amu.fr
The position is funded for 3 years by an ERC grant and must start before July 1st 2016.
Our lab is part of the Institute of Developmental Biology of Marseille (IBDM), an
interdisciplinary research center studying developmental biology and neurobiology. More
information about the lab and the institute can be found here: www.prudhommelab.com
& www.ibdm.univ-mrs.fr.
!
THE CBI
Toulouse
TOULOUSE
FRANCE
International PhD
program
APPLICATION DEADLINE
APRIL
10,
2016
More at http://cbi-toulouse.fr/eng/
REALISATION: David VILLA SCIENCEIMAGE CBI, crédit photos FOTOLIA, DIYBIO.ORG, CBI
2016
PhD position in Nice FRANCE
Function of Myosin 1C/D in Zebrafish and
Drosophila Left/Right asymmetry
A joint PhD position is available in the context of the SIGNALIFE PhD program
(http://signalife.unice.fr/) in the labs of Stéphane Noselli and Maximilian Fürthauer at the Institut de
Biologie Valrose in Nice (http://ibv.unice.fr/EN/index.php) to study the role of a conserved group of
Myosins in establishing LR asymmetry.
Left-Right (LR) asymmetry or laterality, is essential for the correct asymmetric morphogenesis and
function of visceral organs (heart, liver, spleen, gut, brain etc..). Clinical studies indicate that approx.
1/10,000 humans suffer from LR defects including congenital heart defects and misrotation of the
intestine. The Noselli laboratory has pioneered the study of LR asymmetry in Drosophila through the
identification of the unconventional Myosin 1D (Myo1D) as a unique dextral determinant [1]. Myo1D
is highly conserved in vertebrates up to humans. The action of Myo1D is itself negatively regulated by
the closely related Myosin 1C (Myo1C), establishing the Myosin 1C/D system as a master regulator of
Drosophila LR asymmetry [2]. The Noselli and Fürthauer labs have started a collaboration to analyze
the function of the Myosin 1C/D system in Zebrafish and obtained very interesting preliminary results
indicating that the function of this LR pathway is evolutionarily conserved.
The objective of this PhD project at the interface between cellular and developmental biology, is to
functionally dissect the contribution of the Myosin 1C/D system to the establishment of zebrafish LR
asymmetry. Comparative studies using the two model systems (Drosophila, Zebrafish) will allow
establishing Myosin 1C/D function in LR asymmetry. Overall our research project aims to take
advantage of complementary methodologies from both model systems to determine the function of
Myosin 1C/D, its spatial and temporal requirements, identify its partners and targets. The interaction
of the Myosin 1C/D system with known LR pathways (nodal, cilia, actin cytoskeleton) will be studied,
leading to an integrated model of LR asymmetry establishment.
The selected candidate will benefit from the use of a number of tools that the Fürthauer lab has
started to establish to manipulate Zebrafish Myosin 1C/D function. A unique feature of this project is
that the constant interactions between the two partner teams will generate new insights using two
different model systems, offering the opportunity to acquire expertise in the use of two of the most
widely used animal model systems.
1. Spéder P, Adám G, Noselli S. Nature 2006, 440(7085):803-7.
2. Petzoldt AG, Coutelis JB, Géminard C, Spéder P, Suzanne M, Cerezo D, Noselli S. Development 2012,
139(10):1874-84.
Contact information
Candidates should rapidly send their CV, a
description of their scientific achievements and the
contacts of two referees to Stéphane Noselli
(noselli@unice.fr) and Maximilian Fürthauer
(furthauer@unice.fr). The deadline for applications
to the SIGNALIFE PhD program is April 1st.
Call for new group leaders in Batiment Jean Bernard
The Centre Jean Bernard-Inserm U944-CNRS UMR7212-Paris Diderot University
(http://www.jeanbernard.univ-paris-diderot.fr/fr/) has moved into a 2500 m² entirely
refurbished building located on the Saint Louis Hospital campus (central Paris) in the fall
2014. Our research encompasses a broad spectrum of fields, including basic virology, cell
biology, cancer genomics, cancer biology and leukemia research, yeast biology, functional
studies of post-translational modifications and chromosome biology. Most studies carried out
in the unit bridge several of those fields and have implications in translational research,
together with clinical groups of Saint Louis hospital. The unit benefits from a direct access to
the core facilities of IUH (Institut Universitaire d'Hématologie), including a recently extended
animal house.
We are looking for junior or consolidator investigators broadly interested in topics developed
in our center, with a special interest for oncology and hematology. Appropriate laboratory
space for up to 6 persons (8 for consolidator candidates) will be available.
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Successful junior candidates should meet criteria to obtain national (such as AtipAvenir, FRM Amorçage or other equivalent grants) and international funding, and for
French institutional research positions (CNRS or Inserm).
Successful consolidator candidates should have already headed a successful research
team, obtained national and/or international funding, and hold a French institutional
research position (Hospital, University, CNRS or Inserm).
Applications (in English) should be sent to hugues.dethe@inserm.fr, and should include in
one single pdf ‘applicantName_application2016.pdf’:
- a 1 page personal statement explaining why you are interested in joining our entity,
- a 4 pages research proposal summarizing past achievements and future plans for the next 5
years,
- a full CV (academic track, publications, patents, awards and fellowships, invited
conferences, and teaching/training experience),
- contact details of 3/5 individuals who can be contacted for recommendation letters,
Deadline for applications is April 1st, 2016.
Short-listed candidates will be interviewed to present their achievements and projects to the
international scientific advisory board (SAB) and to visit our structure early (between midmay and june) 2016.
Any question regarding the call should be sent to Pr Hugues de Thé: hugues.dethe@inserm.fr
Posted’Ingénieurderecherche
Responsabledelaplateformedemicroscopieélectronique
Engineerpositioninelectronmicroscopy
attheDevelopmentalBiologyInstituteofMarseille,France
Aix-MarseilleUniversity/CNRS
L’Institut de Biologie du Développement de Marseille (IBDM) recrute un ingénieur de recherche,
responsable de la plateforme de microscopie électronique. Cette plateforme, située sur le campus de
Luminy, fait partie de l’infrastructure nationale d’imagerie cellulaire France-BioImaging. Institut de
renommée internationale, l’IBDM a développé une forte composante d’imagerie, ce qui en fait un
environnement technologique stimulant pour les recherches en biologie cellulaire, biologie du
développementetenneurobiologie.
L’ingénieur recruté aura pour mission d’assurer le service auprès des utilisateurs du site et des
utilisateurs externes, du design expérimental à l’analyse des données. Il/elle encadrera le travail des
ingénieursettechniciensdelaplateforme.Il/ellemettraenœuvredenouvellestechniquestellesquela
microscopiecorrélativephotonique/électroniqueetlamicroscopie«enbloc»(SerialBlockFace).
Leposteoffertestunpostepermanentd’ingénieurderecherchedel’Universitéd’Aix-Marseille.
Sitewebdel’IBDM:http://www.ibdml.univ-mrs.fr/
Plateformed’imagerie:http://www.ibdm.univ-mrs.fr/technology/imaging-microscopy/
Pourplusinformations,contacterandre.le-bivic@univ-amu.froupierre-françois.lenne@univ-amu.fr
TheInstituteforDevelopmentalBiologyofMarseille(IBDM)isseekingtorecruitanengineertoleadthe
electronmicroscopyfacility.ThefacilitylocatedontheLuminyCampusispartofthenational
infrastructureforcellimagingFrance-BioImaging.IBDMisaninternationallyrenownedinstitute,which
hasdevelopedastrongimagingcomponent,makingitastimulatingtechnologicalenvironmentfor
researchincellbiology,developmentalbiologyandneurobiology.Therecruitedengineerwillbein
chargeofprovidingservicetotheusersofthesiteandexternalusers,fromexperimentaldesigntodata
analysis.He/shewillsupervisetheworkofotherengineersandtechniciansworkingonthefacility.
He/shewilldevelopnewtechnologiessuchasthecorrelativelightelectronmicroscopyandserialblock
facetechniques.
Thepositionisapermanentposition‘ResearchEngineer’attheAix-MarseilleUniversity.
Requestsforinformationshouldbeaddressedtoandre.le-bivic@univ-amu.frorpierrefrançois.lenne@univ-amu.fr
Websites:IBDMhttp://www.ibdm.univ-mrs.fr/technology/imaging-microscopy/
Imagingfacility
http://www.ibdm.univ-mrs.fr/technology/imaging-microscopy/
Club des
Cellules
Gliales
Emerging Concepts in Glial Cell Research:
let’s meet in Carry-le-Rouet!
23rd Meeting of the French Glial Cell Club
June 1-3, 2016
Plenary lectures
D. Rowitch (San Francisco)
A. Lloyd (London)
Speakers
R. Auvergne (Copenhagen)
F. Chrétien (Paris)
P. Durbec (Marseille)
J. Gavard (Nantes)
I. Hristovska (Lyon)
J-P. Hugnot (Montpellier)
M. Kukley (Tübingen)
A. Marteyn (Paris)
V. Nagerl (Bordeaux)
M. Neunlist (Nantes)
D. Orduz (Paris)
G. Perea (Madrid)
A. Roumier (Paris)
I. Simeonova (Paris)
M. Simons (Göttingen)
C. Soula (Toulouse)
P. Vanden Berghe (Leuven)
V. Pachnis (London)
Topics
Astrocyte origins and functions
Oligodendrocyte development and regeneration
Microglial motility and morphology in pathophysiology
Multiple interactions between glia and synapses
Glioma development and signaling
Role of glia cells in the enteric nervous system
Peripheral nerve regeneration
Venue
Hôtel Club le Vacanciel, Carry-le-Rouet, France
Organised by
Le Club des Cellules Gliales
Contacts: brahim.nait_oumesmar@upmc.fr; thierry.amedee@u-bordeaux2.fr
For further information: http://www.rmsb.u-bordeaux2.fr/CCG/CCG/Accueil.html
23rd Meeting of the French Glial Cell Club
Emerging Concepts in Glial Cell Research
June 1-3, 2016
Carry-le-Rouet, France
Club des
Cellules
Gliales
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1st
13.30-14.30
Registration and welcome introduction
14.30-15.30
Plenary Lecture (Chair: E.Huillard)
David Rowitch, University of California (San Francisco, USA)
Heterogeneous origins and diversified functions of astrocytes
Session I: Oligodendrocyte development and regeneration (Chairs: P.Durbec, B.Nait Oumesmar)
15.30-16.00
Cathy Soula, Centre de Biologie du Développement (Toulouse, France)
Generation of glial cell diversity over development: key roles of the cell signaling
modulators Sulf1 and Sulf2
16.00-16.30
Antoine Marteyn, Institut du Cerveau et de la Moelle Epinière (Paris, France)
Therapeutic potential of neural precursor cells for Pelizaeus Merzbacher Disease
16.30-17.00
Coffee break
17.00-17.30
Pascale Durbec, Institut de Biologie du Développement de Marseille (Marseille, France)
Role of heparan sulfate in myelin regeneration
17.30-18.00
Mikael Simons, Max Planck Institute for Experimental Medicine (Göttingen, Germany)
Mechanisms of myelination and demyelination in the central nervous system
18.00-19.30
Welcome aperitif and poster session
20.00
Dinner
THURSDAY, JUNE 2nd
Session II: Microglial cell motility and morphology in pathophysiology (Chair: O.Pascual)
9.00-9.30
Fabrice Chrétien, Institut Pasteur (Paris, France)
Microglial cell behavior during acute stress situations
9.30-10.00
Valentin Nagerl, Institut Interdisciplinaire de Neurosciences (Bordeaux, France)
Caught in the act: STED imaging of microglia-synapse interactions
10.00-10.30
Inès Hristovska, Institut Neuro-Myo-Gen (Lyon, France)
Correlating microglial motility with neuronal activity in vivo
10.30-11.00
Coffee break
Session III: Multiple interactions between glia and synapses (Chair: MC.Angulo)
11.00-11.30
Anne Roumier, Institut du Fer à Moulin (Paris, France)
Regulation of microglia by serotonin in the context of synaptic refinement.
11.30-12.00
David Orduz, Université Paris Descartes (Paris, France)
Contribution of the embryonic origin to the postnatal interneuron-NG2 cell microcircuit
assembly
12.00-12.30
Gertrudis Perea, Instituto Cajal (Madrid, Spain)
Astrocytes regulate synaptic plasticity
12.30-13.00
Maria Kukley, University of Tübingen (Tübingen, Germany)
Do axons in peripheral nerves communicate with Schwann cells via neurotransmitter
release?
13.00-14.00
Lunch
14.00-17.30
Free afternoon, with on-site activities (sea kayak, biking, etc.)
Session IV: Glioma development and signaling (Chairs: E.Huillard, A.Sharif)
17.30-18.00
Julie Gavard, Université de Nantes (Nantes, France)
Endothelial factors involved in the maintenance of brain tumor initiating cells
18.00-18.30
Iva Simeonova, Institut du Cerveau et de la Moelle Epinière (Paris, France)
Deciphering the TCF12 tumor suppressor function in gliomas
18.30-19.00
Jean-Philippe Hugnot, Institut des Neurosciences de Montpellier (Montpellier, France)
Control of proliferation and angiogenesis in gliomas by Notch signaling
19.00-19.30
Romane Auvergne, University of Copenhagen (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Distinctions between cancer and normal adult glial progenitors in human gliomas
20.00-21.00
Dinner
21.00-23.00
Evening poster session with drinks
FRIDAY, JUNE 3rd
9.30-10.30
Plenary lecture (Chair: A.Baron)
Alison Lloyd, University College London (London, UK)
The cellular complexity of peripheral nerve regeneration
Session V: Role of glia cells in the enteric nervous system (Chair: JP.Mothet)
10.30-11.00
Michel Neunlist Université de Nantes (Nantes, France)
The digestive neuro-glio-epithelial unit in digestive and brain disorders
11.00-11.30
Pieter Vanden Berghe, KU Leuven (Leuven, Belgium)
Quantitative imaging of enteric glia in health and disease
11.30-12.00
Vassilis Pachnis, Francis Crick Institute (London, UK)
Homeostasis of enteric glial cells and their response to injury
12:00- 12.30
Discussion and General Assembly
12.30
Farewell Lunch
14.00
End of the meeting
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