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  • 15Sep

    Congress | 15.09.2014 | 09:00 at 18:00

    Place : At Institut Pasteur

    First Symposium of the LabEx IBEID on emerging infectious diseases in Europe

    The Laboratory of Excellence (LabEx) Integrative Biology of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IBEID)  announces its First Symposium to be held in amphithéâtre Duclaux, on September 15, 2014. The workshop entitled "Can one anticipate the next emerging infectious diseases in Europe?" will provide a unique and cutting edge forum addressing various aspects of disease emergence, including Climate Change, Zoonotic Disease and Pathogen Evolution, Population Migration and Transport, and Modeling, through keynote lectures given by leading scientists, as well as oral and poster presentations.

  • International Symposium on "INFECTIOUS DISEASES RESEARCH IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD" 17Oct

    International | 17.10.2014 | 08:00 at 18:00

    Place : At Institut Pasteur

    International Symposium on "INFECTIOUS DISEASES RESEARCH IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD"

    This symposium celebrates the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the Institut Pasteur of Shanghai-Chines Academy of Science, which coincides with the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between France and China.

  • 24th Pasteur-Weizmann Symposium: Biological Communication à l'Institut Pasteur 16Jun

    Conference | 16.06.2014 08:30 to 17.06.2014 18:00

    Place : At Institut Pasteur

    24th Pasteur-Weizmann Symposium: Biological Communication

    The topic chosen for the 24th Pasteur-Weizmann Symposium is on the universal and key subject of Biological Communication. The scientific organizers are Pr Andrés Alcover (Institut Pasteur) and Pr Avraham Yaron (Weizmann Institute). About 24 scientists from both institutes, together with two leading international investigators in the field, will participate. The symposium will be open to all the scientific community.

  • CILIA 2014 18Nov

    Conference | 18.11.2014 09:00 to 21.11.2014 18:00

    Place : At Institut Pasteur

    CILIA 2014

    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.

  • EMBO Conference on Innate Lymphoid Cells 2014 29Sep

    Conference | 29.09.2014 10:00 to 01.10.2014 10:00

    Place : At Institut Pasteur

    EMBO Conference on Innate Lymphoid Cells 2014

    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.

  • 24Nov

    International | 24.11.2014 09:00 to 26.11.2014 18:00

    Place : At Institut Pasteur

    MATI Regional Meeting

    Institut Pasteur in Casablanca, Morocco.

     

  • 30Jul

    International | 30.07.2014 09:00 to 01.08.2014 18:00

    Place : At Institut Pasteur

    Americas Regional Meeting

    Montreal, Canada.
     

  • 18Jun

    International | 18.06.2014 09:00 to 20.06.2014 18:00

    Place : At Institut Pasteur

    Africa Regional Meeting

    Institut Pasteur in Dakar, Senegal.
     

  • 16Oct

    Congress | 16.10.2014 09:00 to 17.10.2014 18:00

    Place : At Institut Pasteur

    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?

  • 10Jun

    SAMMBA seminar | 10.06.2014 | 12:00 at 13:00

    Place : At Institut Pasteur

    Modelling Social Contact Data: a smoothing constrained approach

    Mathematical modelling of infectious diseases transmitted by the respiratory or close-contact route (e.g. influenza) is increasingly being used to determine the impact of possible interventions. Several authors have shown that informing mathematical models with social contact data is of great value avoiding making a priori contact assumptions with little or no empirical basis.

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