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EMBO Conference on Innate Lymphoid Cells
The study of Innate Lymphoid Cells (ILCs) is a strong emergent field in immunology that is having a major impact on our understanding of the early events unfolding during an immune response. While subsets of ILCs (NK cells, LTi cells) have been recognized for more than 10 years, the realization that ILCs constitute a larger family that mirrors the activity of differentiated T cells has only become apparent in the last few years. ILCs have now been shown to regulate defenses to infections, wound healing, allergy and adaptive immunity through their prompt reactivity to tissue infection and injury. Thus harnessing the activity of ILCs may lead to improved immunotherapy and vaccines, an expectation that is reflected in the growing number of high impact papers published in top-tier journals and of teams investigating ILC biology worldwide.

It appears therefore well timed to organize the first international meeting on ILCs this year in order to gather all major players in the field and discuss recent advances and visions, as well as to reconvene this meeting every 2-3 years in order to monitor progress and re-assess the larger picture in ILC research.
Institut Pasteur - From 29 septembre 2014 to 01 octobre 2014

Contact: James Di Santo (james.di-santo@pasteur.fr)

2nd World Congress on Targeting Microbiota
Discuss recent advances, implications, impact and perspectives of microbiota on health and diseases. Research in microbiota is facing important challenges. To date, the most relevant challenge is whether we can modulate and manipulate the human gut microbiota?
Institut Pasteur - From 16 octobre 2014 to 17 octobre 2014


Cilia 2014
We are delighted to announce Cilia 2014, an international meeting on cilia and cilia biology, which is to be held on the Institut Pasteur campus in Paris town centre from 18th to 21st November 2014.

Since 1993, a great number of major discoveries in cilia biology have emerged from diverse disciplines including cellular and molecular biology, genetics, clinical science and biophysics. This has been accompanied by the realisation that defects in cilia form and function underlie a family of diseases that have become known as the ciliopathies. It is estimated that about 1 200 people in Europe are affected by a ciliopathy.

Cilia 2014 will focus on (but not be limited to) recent advances in cilia structure and function including trafficking, cilia and development, cilia in human genetic disease and cilia in infectious microorganisms. A total of 25 renowned speakers have been confirmed and numerous oral presentation spots have been reserved for those selected from their submitted abstracts. Ample time and space has been allocated for poster presentations.

This meeting follows on from the successful Cilia 2012 meeting that was held in London in May 2012. It is being organised by 4 European cilia networks: GDR CIL (France), the Ciliopathy Alliance, the Nordic Cilia & Centrosome Network (Scandinavia) and the EU-FP7 SYSCILIA programme.
Institut Pasteur - From 18 novembre 2014 to 21 novembre 2014

Contact: Philippe Bastin (philippe.bastin@pasteur.fr)

Colloque de la Section des Agents Antimicrobiens de la Société Française de Microbiologie
Genomique et résistance nosocomiale (II)

Amphithéâtre du CIS

Institut Pasteur - From 26 novembre 2014 to 26 novembre 2014