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Seminars 2012/2013

Seminars 2012/2013

Date

Speaker

Title

6 September 2012
 
 

Armando Ventura
(University of Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Hosted by J-F. Eléouët

RSV as a working model

11 October
 
 

Stephan Zientara
(Anses, Maisons Alfort)
Hosted by J-F. Eléouët

Schmallenberg virus: a new pathogen emerging in Europe

18 October
 
 

Julian Hiscox
(Leeds University, UK)
Hosted by J-F. Eléouët

Using quantitative proteomics to understand the functional interactions of human RSV with the host cell

25 October
 
 

Mohammed Moudjou
 &
Pierre SibilleVIM - MAP2

PMCA (Protein Misfolding Cyclic Amplification) : the prion PCR

8 November
Lecture Hall - 10.30
Special VIM session

Pierre-Louis Hervé
VIM - VIAM

RSV subnucleocapsid nanorings as an antigen carrier: application to vaccination against influenza

15 November
 
 

Daniel Marc
(INRA, Nouzilly)
Hosted by B. Delmas

Influenza virus NS1 protein: in vivo activities and in vitro interactions with RNAs

22 November
 
 

Pierre Boudinot
VIM - IIP

B cell response against VHSV in rainbow trout: diversity and isotypic specificities

6 December
 
 

Pauline Maisonnasse
VIM - VIAM 

Interactions between influenza virus and lung dendritic cells: implications for inflammation induction

18 December
 
 

Marie-Lise Blondot
VIM - BMP  

Viva rehearsal

10 January 2013
Lecture Hall - 10.30
Special VIM session

Katarina Grznarova
 & 
Iman Al DybiatVIM - MAP2

Role of Abeta peptide in PrP aggregation
  
Characterization of experimental prion (127s) infection in lymphoid and inflammatory tissues

17 January
 
 

Tatiana Rochat
VIM - IIP

Unraveling regulation networks in bacteria

24 January
 
 

Nadia Naffakh
(Institut Pasteur, Paris)
Hosted by M.A. Rameix-Welti 

Intracellular trafficking of influenza virus ribonucleoproteins

31 January
 
 

Isabelle Schwartz
VIM - VIAM   

Influence of Culicoides bites on host response and subsequent Bluetongue virus infection

7 February
 
 

Christelle Langevin
VIM - IIP  
 

TRIM dynamics in zebrafish
  

14 February
 
 

Aude Rémot
VIM - VIAM  

Viva rehearsal

21 February
 
 

Pierre-Olivier Vidalain
(Institut Pasteur, Paris)
Hosted by M. Brémont 

Mapping host-virus interactions by yeast two-hybrid systems

28 February
 
 

Muriel Vayssier et Marc Eloit
(INRA/Anses, Maison-Alfort)
Hosted by J-F. Eléouët

Ticks and rodents pathobiome

28 March
 
 

Christophe Zimmer
(Institut Pasteur, Paris)
Hosted by J-F. Eléouët

Zooming into infected cells with pointillist super-resolution imaging
(PALM STORM high resolution microscopy)

4 April
Lecture Hall - 10.30
Special VIM session

Florent Laferrière
VIM - MAP2  

Viva rehearsal

11 April
 
 

Frédérick Arnaud
(EPHE lab, Lyon)
Hosted by I. Schwartz 

Interactions between endogenous retrovirus and their host

18 April
 
 

JOURNEES FRANCOPHONES DE VIROLOGIE 

Institut Pasteur - Paris

25 April
 
 

Slavica Stankic
(CNRS, Institut des Nanosciences de Paris)
& Jasmina VidicVIM - MAP2 

Metal oxid nanoparticles and their possible applications in medecine

16 May
 
 

Ronan Rouxel
VIM - VMP   

New prophylactic approaches against influenza virus and morbillivirus

30 May
 
 

Francois Trottein
(Institut Pasteur, Lille)
Hosted by I. Schwartz 

Mechanisms of pathological response to respiratory infections

13 June
 
 

Morgane Bomsel
(Institut Cochin, Paris)
Hosted by I. Schwartz

Mucosal protection against HIV-1: from natural protection to protective vaccine design

20 June
 
 

Sabine Riffault
  
&
Bernard Charley
VIM - VIAM

Towards the first pediatric vaccine against Bronchiolitis: the RSV-nanoViaskin ANR project
  
Contribution of veterinary vaccines to vaccinology

27 June
 
 

Bruno Da Costa
VIM - FLU  
  

Use of thermosensitive mutants and their revertants to unravel influenza virus polymerase complex