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Seminars 2011/2012

Seminars 2011/2012

Date

Speaker

Title

8 September 2011
Lecture Hall- 10.30
Special VIM session

Emilie Chauveau (Inra/Anses, Maisons Alfort)
Suzana Ruscanu (VIM-VIAM)

Bluetongue virus and interferon response

22 September
 
 

Zhou Xu
(VIM-MAP²/CEA Fontenay aux roses)
Viva rehearsal

Structure-activity relationships in Prion protein

29 September
2pm
 

Jonathan Wadsworth
(MRC Prion Unit, London)
Hosted by S. Cronier

Progress and difficulties in defining mammalian prion strains

6 October
Lecture Hall- 10.30
Special VIM session

Céline Urien
(VIM-VIAM, EPHE rehearsal)
 
Eloi Verrier (VIM-IIP)

Canine adenovirus used as a recombinant vaccine vector and its interactions with ovine lymphatic dendritic cells sub-populations
 
Genetic bases of resistance to viruses in rainbow trout

20 October
 
 

Pierre-Louis Hervé
(Institut Pasteur, Paris)
Hosted by S. Riffault

Evaluation of new vaccinal strategies against emergent H5N1 flu viruses.

3 November
Lecture Hall- 10.30
Special VIM session

Angella Nzonza
(VIM-VMP)
 
Paul Barbier (VIM-IIP)

Development of innovative immunisation strategy against zoonotic West Nile virus
 
Genomic Diversity within the genus Flavobacterium

10 November
 
 

Florian Marquet
(VIM-VIAM)
Viva rehearsal

Phenotypic, functionnal and transcriptionnal characterization of dendritic cells in skin in the swine model

17 November
 
 

Virginie Doceul
(UMR Viro ENVA)
Hosted by I. Schwartz

Repulsion of super-infecting virions: a mechanism for rapid virus spread

24 November
 
 

Benoît Schneider
(INSERM UMR747, Paris5)
Hosted by V. Béringue

Neuritogenesis: the cellular prion protein controls beta1 integrin signaling activity
Implications for prion diseases

1st December
 
 

INRA-IRBA workshop

8 December
Lecture Hall- 10.30
Special VIM session

Khalid Salamat
(VIM-MAP²)
Viva rehearsal

Cellular and molecular mechanisms of prion replication

9 December
(Friday)
Lecture Hall- 10.30

Pierre Goloubinoff
(Faculté de biologie et médecine, Lausanne)
Hosted by H. Rezaei

The molecular mechanism of bacterial Hsp70 as an ATP-fuelled polypeptide unfolding enzyme

12 January
 
 

Jean-Michel Sallenave
(Institut Pasteur, Paris)
Hosted by R. Le Goffic

Influenza A induces the major secreted airway mucin MUC5AC in a protease-EGFR-ERK-Sp1 dependent pathway

19 January
 
 

Elisabetta Giuffra
(GABI, INRA Package)
Hosted by F.Lefèvre

Co-expression of host and viral microRNAs in porcine dendritic cells infected by the pseudorabies virus

26 January
 
 

Aude Remot (VIM-VIAM)

Olivier Leymarie (VIM-FLU)

Decoding virus-induced transcriptomes to understand and prevent infectious respiratory diseases such as bronchiolitis and Influenza

2 February
Lecture Hall - 10.30
Special VIM session

Florent Laferrière
(VIM-MAP²) 
 
 
Jamila Elhmouzi (VIM-VIAM)

Characterization of prion particles by ultracentrifugation: infectivity, neurotoxicity and in vitro replication potential
 
PhyloGenDC project: phylogenomics of vertebrate dentritic cells

9 February
 
 

Cristina Lorca
(CReSA, Barcelona)
Hosted by I. Schwartz

Bluetongue in wild ruminants: epidemiology, response to vaccination and infection

16 February
 
 

Elizabeth Loza-Rubio
(INIFAP, Toluca, Mexico)
Hosted by R. Le Goffic

Induction of a protective immune response to rabies in sheep after oral immunization with transgenic maize

8 March
Lecture Hall - 11am
Special VIM session

Vincent Béringue
(VIM-MAP²)

Facilitated cross-species transmission of prions in extraneural tissue

15 March
 
 

No seminar

GISA workshop

22 March
 
 

Marie Galloux
(VIM-BMP)

Characterisation of a phosphoprotein binding site on RSV nucleocapsid: towards identification of antiviral targets

29 March
 
 

No seminar

XIVème Journées Francophones de Virologie

12 April
 
 

Davy Martin
(VIM-MAP²)

Structural organisation of the rotavirus nonstructural protein NSP5

16 May
Lecture Hall - 10.30
(Wednesday)

Ilia Baskakov
(Univ. of Maryland, USA)
Hosted by H. Rezaei

Genesis of mammalian prions: from protein to disease

24 May
Lecture Hall - 10.30
Institute Seminar

Blaise Corthésy
(Hôpital orthopédique, Lausanne)
Hosted by I. Schwartz

Role of IgA in intestinal homeostasis

31 May
 
 

Hafsa Korri-Youssoufi
(ICMMO, Orsay)
Hosted by J. Vidic

Electrochemical biosensors for direct monitoring of various molecules: application to diagnostics and analyses

7 June
Lecture Hall - 11am

Nuno Palha
(Institut Pasteur, Paris)
Hosted by C. Langevin

Understanding viral infections at the organism level in Zebrafish

14 June
 
 

Florence Niedergang
(Institut Cochin, Paris)
Hosted by C. Langevin

New insights into antigen presentation to B cells: a role for dendritic cells

21 June
 
 

Yves Gaudin
(CNRS, Gif/Yvette)
Hosted by B. Delmas

Characterization of monomeric intermediates during rhabdovirus glycoprotein structural transition

28 June
 
 

Elisa Crisci
(CReSA, Barcelona)
Hosted by I. Schwartz

Virus-like particles: the new frontier of vaccines for animal viral infections

5 July
Lecture Hall - 10.30
Special VIM session

Christelle Langevin (VIM-IIP)
 
Sophie Halliez (VIM-MAP²)

Anti-viral properties of ubiquitin-like protein ISG15 are conserved among vertebrates
 
Organotypic cultures & Prions: Approaches developped in the lab