January 11th – 12 :00 pm
Simon FILLATREAU, Deutsches Rheuma-Forschungszentrum, Berlin, Allemagne
(invited by Alexandre Tang)
Title: Roles of activated B cells as negative regulators of Immunity.
January 18th – 12 :00 pm
Miguel SOARES, Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, Oeiras, Portugal (invited by Helena Soares)
Title: Disease Tolerance: A host defense strategy against infection.
February 1st – 12 :00 pm
Michael SIXT, Institute of Science and Technology, Klosterneuburg Austria
(invited by Matthew Albert)
Title: Cytoskeletal regulation in chemotactic leucocytes
Feburary 4th – 3.00 pm
Seminar of the Département d’Immunologie and of the Département Génomes et Génétique
Philip DE JAGER, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Boston, Etats-Unis
(invited by Matthew Albert) et Luis Quintana-Murci
Title: Deconstructing inflammatory diseases: Exploring the causal chain linking genetic risk to variation in immune function and clinical syndromes
February 8th – 12 :00 pm
Lucienne CHATENOUD, Université Paris Descartes - Paris V, France (invited by Frédérique Michel)
Title: The challenge of restoring self-tolerance in clinical autoimmunity
March 1st – 12 :00 pm
Dinis CALADO, London Research Institute, United Kingdom (invited by Paulo Vieira)
Title: Role of MYC in Germinal Center B cell Physiology and Pathology
March 8th – 12 :00 pm
London Research Institute, London, Grande-Bretagne (invited by Christian Vosshenrich)
Title: Two tales about immunity and infection:
1. The transcription factor E4BP4 in NK cell development: less essential than we thought?
2. The response of airway epithelia to influenza infection: how is it induced?
March 15th – 12 :00 pm
Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford, Grande-Bretagne (invited par Vincenzo di Bartolo)
Title: T cell antigen receptor: a signaling journey
March 22nd – 12 :00 pm
Immunogénétique Cellulaire, Institut Pasteur (invited by Matthew Albert)
Title: Interleukin-7 compartmentalizes its receptor signaling complex to initiate CD4 T lymphocyte response
March 26th – 12 :00 pm
Seminar of the Immunology department and of the Virology department
Emory Vaccine Center, Atlanta, Etats-Unis (invited by Claude Leclerc)
Title: Systems Vaccinology: enabling rational vaccine design with systems biology
April 5th – 12 :00 pm
Linköping University, Linköping, Suède (invited par Ana Cumano)
Title: Shaping up a lineage: Lessons learned from B-lymphocyte development.
April 26th – 12 :00 pm
Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, Braunschweig, Allemagne (invited by Lars Rogge et Sascha Cording)
Title: Thymic and peripheral development of Foxp3+ regulatory T cells
May 3rd – 12 :00 pm
Institut Universitaire d'Hématologie, université Paris-Diderot (invited by Ludovic Deriano)
Title: Clonal evolution in acute leukemia
May 10th – 12 :00 pm
Université de Toronto (invited by Gérard Eberl)
Title: Nod proteins in inflammation and immunity
May 17th – 12 :00 pm
Institut Curie, Paris (invited par Paulo Vieira)
Title: Innate sensing of HIV by dendritic cells
May 31st – 12 :00 pm
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, San Francisco, Etats-Unis
(invited by Pierre Bruhns).
Title: Tyrosine kinases and phosphatases in innate immune cell activation
June 7th – 12 :00 pm
The Washington university in St Louis, Etats-Unis
(invited by Gérard Eberl).
Title: Host-microbe interactions that incite damage and stimulate repair
June 14th – 12 :00 pm
Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology, Berlin, Allemagne
(Invited by Matthew Albert).
Title: Neutrophil Extracellular Traps
June 28th – 12 : 00 pm
New York University Cancer Institute, Etats-Unis (Invited by Philippe Bousso).
Title: Getting to the center of the immunological synapse
June 28th – 12 : 00 pm
SEMINAIRE CONJOINT du Département de Biologie Cellulaire et Infection
et du Département d’Immunologie
Peter J. MURRAY
St Jude Children ‘s research Hospital, Memphis, Etats-Unis
(invited by Nouara Lhocine).
Title: Amino acid communication and sensing between T cells and
July 12th – 12 : 00 pm
Université de Toronto, Canada (Invited by Gérard Eberl).
Title: Meningeal Follicle-like Structures in a rodent model of MS: Dissecting the involvement of the Lymphotoxin pathway