Congrès de l’Institut Pasteur

Ces congrès sont organisés en propre par l’Institut Pasteur sur des sujets touchant de près ses thématiques de recherche. Ils traitent également de domaines plus généraux mais toujours liés aux problématiques rencontrées par l’Institut Pasteur en tant que fondation.

 

Les congrès scientifiques attirent chaque année plusieurs milliers de participants, venus de tous horizons, chercheurs de l’Institut Pasteur ou d’autres organismes de recherche, mais aussi des industriels. Ces rencontres sont l’occasion d’échanges d’informations et de confrontation d’idées.

  • 9th Louis Pasteur Conference, Emerging Infectious Diseases April
  • 11th European FTMS Conference April
  • Molecular Biology of Archaea 4 at the Institut Pasteur
    Molecular Biology of Archaea 4 May
  • Core technologies for Life Sciences-CTLS June
  • 24th Pasteur-Weizmann Symposium : Biological Communication
  •  EMBO Conference on Microbiology after the Genomics Revolution-Genomes 2014
    EMBO Conference on Microbiology after the Genomics Revolution-Genomes 2014 June
  • Scientific Symposium of the Institut Pasteur International Network September
  • Congres à l'Institut Pasteur : EMBO Conference on Innate Lymphoid Cells 2014-From September 29th to October 1st , 2014
    EMBO Conference on Innate Lymphoid Cells 2014 September
  • CILIA 2014 November
  • Journée d'Inauguration du Centre d’Innovation et de Recherche Technologique - Rencontre scientifique Institut Pasteur/ESPCI Septembre

9th Louis Pasteur Conference, Emerging Infectious Diseases

From April 9th, 2014

The Institut Pasteur has always been at the frontier of emerging infectious disease discovery and the 2008 Nobel Prize of Medicine and Physiology is living proof of the continuous effort the institution has devoted to emerging infectious diseases since its creation 125 years ago. Nevertheless, a few decades ago, emerging infectious diseases were not the subject of interest they are today. In the last decade, however, the landscape has changed, witnessed by the resurgence or emergence of new infectious diseases. This has led to increased institutional support of research in this area that has not only improved public health but has also provided a better understanding of the scope of the problem. Sharing and disseminating this recent knowledge within the scientific community is essential…

 

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11th European FTMS Conference

From April 22nd, 2014 to April 25th, 2014

This bi-annual conference aims to bring together leading academic and industrial scientists working in the field of state-of-the-art high resolution mass spectrometry – Ion Cyclotron Resonance and Orbitrap Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometry. The program of the conference will cover all the aspects of FTMS from fundamentals and technical innovations to cutting-edge applications in the life and environmental sciences. 

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Molecular Biology of Archaea 4 at the Institut Pasteur

Molecular Biology of Archaea 4

From May 19th, 2014 to May 22nd, 2014

Nearly four decades after their discovery, the Archaea have steadily gained the place they deserve in the Tree of Life. Their study has confirmed a unique biology, revealed a stunning diversity of cellular processes and molecular machineries, some of which have strong evolutionary links to their eukaryotic counterparts, and brought up a whole world of fascinating archaeal viruses. Growing genetic tractability has recently allowed a large number of functional studies, linking biochemistry and molecular biology to cell physiology. Comparative and evolutionary genomics has provided invaluable material to understand the history of molecular mechanisms, making the Archaea important models for all biologists. The conference will gather top experts, post-docs and PhD students in a large range of subjects to present an overview of forefront archaeal research, promising three days of exciting scientific exchange.

 

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Core technologies for Life Sciences-CTLS

From June 3rd, 2014 to June 5th, 2014

Based on an initiative By Spencer Shorte (Paris, France) and Herbert Auer (Barcelona, Spain), who recognized the need for the better coordination and an opportunity for cooperation amongst members of the European Core Facility (CF) community 
The CTLS initiative was launched in 2013 as the basis for creating a society that aspires to achieving the highest levels of excellence in service delivery, research and training through Core Facilities in Life Sciences arena.

 

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24th Pasteur-Weizmann Symposium : Biological Communication

June 16-17, 2014

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.

 

Institut Pasteur

Auditorium du CIS

28, rue du Dr. Roux

75015 Paris

 

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 EMBO Conference on Microbiology after the Genomics Revolution-Genomes 2014

EMBO Conference on Microbiology after the Genomics Revolution-Genomes 2014

From June 24th, 2014 to June 27th, 2014


This the conference on "Microbiology after the genomics revolution - Genomes 2014" will be an appropriate and timely occasion to offer an outstanding discussion forum for the best international researchers in all fields of cutting edge microbiology research to discuss newly discovered aspects of microbiology.

 

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Scientific Symposium of the Institut Pasteur International Network

Scientific Symposium of the Institut Pasteur International Network

From September 10th to September 13th Institut Pasteur Paris will host the Scientific Symposium of the Institut Pasteur International Network - a three-day scientific conference - followed by the different meetings with the Directors from the Network.

On September 10th, selected young researchers (PhD, Postdocs) and experienced researchers will showcase their most relevant research through oral presentations and commented posters.

 

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Congres à l'Institut Pasteur : EMBO Conference on Innate Lymphoid Cells 2014-From September 29th to October 1st , 2014

EMBO Conference on Innate Lymphoid Cells 2014

From September 29th to October 1st , 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. 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 have the first international meeting on ILCs next year in order to gather all major players in the field and discuss recent advances and visions.

 

More information on http://www.ilc1.org/

CILIA 2014

From November 18th to 21st 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.

 


More information on http://www.cilia2014.org/

Journée d'Inauguration du Centre d’Innovation et de Recherche Technologique - Rencontre scientifique Institut Pasteur/ESPCI

17 septembre 2014, 9h30-18h30, auditorium du CIS

 

L’Institut Pasteur a créé en juillet 2014 le Centre d’Innovation et de Recherche Technologique (CInTeR), dont les objectifs sont de regrouper des entités à forte composante technologique dans une structure transversale ainsi que de renforcer et de soutenir la recherche en biologie grâce à la mise à disposition et au développement de technologies avancées.

Pour stimuler la dynamique scientifique et la veille technologique, le CInTeR organisera chaque année un symposium en partenariat avec un institut spécialisé dans la recherche technologique et les innovations orientées vers la biologie et la médecine. Les chercheurs et ingénieurs de ces instituts seront invités à présenter leurs projets afin de tisser des liens étroits avec le CInTeR et stimuler l’initiation de projets et les échanges entre leurs équipes et celles de l’Institut Pasteur.

Pour son inauguration, le CInTeR invite l’Ecole Supérieur de Chimie Industrielle de la Ville de Paris (ESPCI-ParisTech). Cette école d’ingénieurs prestigieuse est aussi un institut de recherche scientifique de rayonnement international avec sept prix Nobel en Physique ou Chimie.

Cette manifestation aura lieu le 17 septembre 2014 de 10h00 à 18h30 dans l’auditorium du CIS de l’Institut Pasteur.

Le but de cette journée est de présenter les récents projets et développements technologiques réalisés par les équipes de l’ESPCI. Ce sera l’occasion de voir en particulier les dernières avancées en méthodes et instrumentation pour l’analyse de cellules uniques à très haut débit/flux en microfluidique à circuit fermé, les nanosondes quantiques, la spectrométrie de masse ainsi que les perspectives ouvertes par la microscopie photoacoustique ultra-rapide, l’OCT et la microscopie holographique pour, par exemple, l’imagerie fonctionnelle de la vascularisation de tissus. Ces exposés techniques seront complétés par des interventions de chercheurs pasteuriens qui donneront un "état de l'art" de certaines questions centrales à résoudre dans les domaines scientifiques de l’Institut Pasteur. Des espaces de posters et de discussions seront aménagés entre les 3 sessions Imagerie, Biomics et Neurosciences pour stimuler les rencontres.

 

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Musée Pasteur

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Le musée Pasteur est situé à l'Institut Pasteur, au 25 rue du Docteur Roux, 75015 Paris
 

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