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DAY 1 - MONDAY MAY 31st, 2021


1:45 pm   Welcome Speech - Carole Guillonneau, U1064 CRTI, Nantes, France

SESSION I - BIOREAGENTS - Chairmen: Paolo Dellabona & Carole Guillonneau


SESSION II - ADVANCED CELL THERAPY - Chairmen: Dimitrios L. Wagner & Nathalie Labarrière

   

DAY 2 - TUESDAY JUNE 1st, 2021

9:30 am - 12:00 pm Selected communications  (10 min each + 5 min for questions)

Chairmen: Sophie Brouard & Mikaël Roussel

 
  • 9:30 am  Enhancing CAR T-cell therapies with precision genome engineering – Laurent Poirot, Cellectis
  • 9:45 am   Immunosuppressant-resistant T cell products for improved functionality in immunosuppressed patients - Leila Amini, Berlin Institute of Health, Center for Regenerative Therapies, Berlin Center for Advanced Therapies, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin – CVK
  • 10:00 am   Critical Role of the Regulatory Cytokine IL-34 in Treg Function – Ignacio Anegon, CRTI, UMR 1064 INSERM, University of Nantes
  • 10:15 am   Human microbiota-induced TREGS : potential roles in homeostasis and diseases - Emmanuelle Godefroy, CRCINA, UMR1232 INSERM, University of Nantes
  • 10:30 am   Role of the C-type lectin CLEC-1, a novel immune checkpoint in DC1 cross-presentation and anti-tumor response - Marion Drouin, CRTI, UMR 1064 INSERM, University of Nantes
  • 10:45 am   Agonist anti-ChemR23 mAb blunts tissue neutrophil accumulation and triggers chronic colitis inflammation resolution - Charlène Trilleaud, OSE Immunotherapeutics, Nantes
  • 11:00 am   Blocking PDGFRα signaling ameliorates multiple sclerosis-like neuroinflammation by inhibiting disruption of the blood brain barrier - Manuel Zeitelhofer, Karolinska Institute, MBB, Vascular Biology Unit, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 11:15 am   The myeloid lineage is required for the emergence of a regeneration permissive environment following Xenopus tail amputation - Jerome Jullien, Wellcome Trust/Cancer Research UK Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
  • 11:30 pm Impact of inflammation on the specific CD4+ T cell and antibody responses during antigen expression in the mouse liver - Anaïs Cardon, CRTI, UMR 1064 INSERM, University of Nantes
  • 11:45 pm  Characterizing the BK polyomavirus-specific B-cell repertoire in kidney transplant recipients with BK reactivation - Dorian McIlroy, CRTI, UMR 1064 INSERM, University of Nantes

SESSION III - NEW HORIZONS - Chairmen: Megan Sykes & Catherine Rabu

 SESSION IV - TISSUE MICROENVIRONMENT - Chairmen: Barbara Seliger & Jérôme Martin

 
  • 6:45 pm   Awarding ceremony (best oral presentation, best poster)