Vous êtes ici : Accueil / Actualités / Séminaires / Mars 2016

Mars 2016

Lundi
07 / 03 / 2016
11h00
"Keeping contact during collective cell migration"
 

 

par Sandrine ETIENNE-MANNEVILLE  (Institut Pasteur, Paris)   

 

Salle des Thèses Chantal Rabourdin-Combe
Mardi
08 / 03 / 2016
11h00
"Role of Immune cell localisation in lung inflammation"
 logo CIRI

 

par Prof. Natalio GARBI (Department Of Molecular Immunology, IEI,  Bonn - ALLEMAGNE)                           Contact: yann.leverrier@inserm.fr

Prof. Natalio Garbi's  current work is to understand the cellular and molecular mechanisms promoting clearance of invading microorganisms and growing cancers, whilst at the same time preventing unwanted responses that lead to hypersensitive reactions or autoimmunity.
 
Amphi Pasteur CERVI (Carte d'identité obligatoire pour entrer dans les locaux)
Vendredi
11 / 03 / 2016
11h00
"Cell division and epithelial tissue morphogenesis"

 

par Yohanns BELLAICHE (Génétique et biologie du développement, Institut Curie)

Questions related to embryo shape or morphogenesis have haunted developmental biologists for decades. Recent advances in imaging, cell biology, signal transduction and biophysics have framed the study of tissue morphogenesis in terms of collective cell dynamics and the interplay between biochemical and mechanical processes. Recent findings have confirmed that proliferative epithelial tissues reshape via morphogenetic processes such as cell shape change and cell rearrangements. Yet cell division remodels adherent junctions and modulates both tissue mechanics and tissue dynamics. Therefore its role and interplay with the other morphogenetic processes need to be understood to decipher the mechanisms of tissue morphogenesis. Moreover, given the large size of some proliferative tissues, challenging questions can be addressed: How do local and long-range mechanical effects contribute to tissue dynamics? How do the combinations of several signaling pathways or gene expression patterns specify distinct local cell dynamics leading to the emergence of several morphogenetic movements within a given tissue? During my talk I will describe some of our latest works that aim to understand the mechanisms of mitotic spindle orientation, propagation of cell polarization through division and how cell division impacts on the global shape and organization of epithelial tissue.

Salle des Thèses Chantal Rabourdin-Combe

Jeudi
15 / 03 / 2016
11h00
"Activation and evasion of innate immune responses by herpesviruses"

 

par Prof. Søren PALUDAN (Department of Biomedicine, Aarhus University, Denmark)    

Hosts: C. BOTTE (LAPM), T. HENRY (CIRI), C. LESTERLIN (IBCP), F. LEULIER (IGFL), S. SALCEDO (BMSSI-IBCP), T.
WALZER (CIRI)

He is a leading figure in the field of innate immunity and nucleic acids sensing during viral (HIV, HerpesV) and bacterial (Listeria) infections.

For more information here is a description of his work: www.paludanlab.dk; www.SA3-paludan.au.dk; www.cii.au.dk 

Salle des Thèses Chantal Rabourdin-Combe​

 

Jeudi
24 / 03 / 2016
10h30
"Primary immunodeficiencies with autoimmunity : FAScinating somatic mutations and an intereSTING story"
 logo CIRI

 

par Frédéric RIEUX-LAUCAT (Laboratory of Immunogenetics of Pediatric autoimmune diseases, Paris)  

Contact: thierry.walzer@inserm.fr

Salle des Thèses Chantal Rabourdin-Combe

 


 

Mots-clés associés :