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Seminars 2014/2015

Seminars on Thursdays 11am-12am

Unit seminars are held in Room 800, and Institute seminars are held in the Lecture Hall of J.Poly building (440).
 

On the 1st Thursday of each month,  "Special VIM session" from 10.30am til 12.00 in the Lecture Hall:

 
 2 talks (each 20min + 5-10min questions) on current research performed within the VIM Unit by students (Master, PhD), post-doctoral fellows, and scientific staff.

Seminars 2014/2015

Date

Intervenant

Titre

9 October
  
  

Sophie Halliez

Rôle de la protéine prion cellulaire dans le développement de la souris.

27 November
  
 

Benjamin Dewaels
(Université de Liège)
Invité par I.Schwartz

Viral semaphorin inhibits dendritic cell function but is not essential for gamma-herpesvirus-induced lymphoproliferation in malignant catarrhal fever

3 Décember

Rosario Castro Invitée par P. Boudinot

Les chimiokines de poissons.

11 December
  
 

Ronan Le GofficInvité par lui même.

Étude de PB1-F2, un facteur de virulence du virus de la grippe

15 January
  
  

Grégory Caignard (UMR1161 Virologie  AlfortInvité par I. Schwartz

Exploration des relations virus-hôte dans les infections par les paramyxovirus et du virus de l'Herpès Simplex de type 1

22 January
  
 

Carmen Garrido et Renaud Seigneuric
(Laboratoire de Lipides, Nutrition, Cancer, Université de Dijon) Invités par JF. Eléoüet

HSPathies (Heat shock proteins)

29 January
  
 

Gianfranco Pancino (Regulation of Retroviral Infections, Pasteur), Invité par C. Langevin

"Et pourtant il infecte! Mécanismes de résistance cellulaire au virus de l'immunodéficience humaine"

5 February

 Agah Ince

Understanding the host-pathogen dance! A Virus-host interactions model in an iridovirus

12 February
  
 

Natacha GoINRA - Unité MIA

Invitée par F. Lefèvre.

Modélisation de la réponse immunitaire et vaccinale au PRRSV (porcine respiratory and reproductive syndrome virus) chez le porc.

5 March
Lecture Hall - 10.30
           
Special VIM session

Jean Dubuisson (Center for Infection & Immunity of Lille (CIIL)), invité par C. Langevin

Le long chemin du virus de l'hépatite C pour entrer dans l'hépatocyte.

12 March
  
 

Sophie Vriz, INSERM U1050 Collège de Franceinvitée par C. Langevin

Metabolic and developmental cues controlling fin regeneration in zebrafish

19 March
  
 

Thibaut Larcher (Oniris, Nantes), invité par S. Riffault

APEX, une plate-forme d’expertise en anatomie pathologique

26 March
  
 

Richard Lo-Man (Institut Pasteur), invité par S. Riffault 

Rôle des lymphocytes B régulateurs dans les bronchiolites causées par le VRS.

2 April
Lecture Hall - 10.30
           
Special VIM session

Joan Torrent

La face cachée de l'acetylcholinesterase. Implications dans les maladies à prions.

9 April
pas de séminaire
           

Journées francophones de virologie

7 May
Lecture Hall - 10.30
           
Special VIM session

Pauline Maisonnasse

21 May
  
  

Réjane Le Tinévez (INRA-Transfert), Invitée par I. Schwartz

Présentation de la gestion de la propriété intellectuelle à l'INRA

28 May
  
 

Patrick Lomonteinvité par C. Langevin

Viral DNA-containing PML-nuclear bodies (vDCP-NB) & latency of herpes simplex virus 1.

4 June
Lecture Hall - 10.30
           
Special VIM session

Danijela Vignjevic (Institut Curie), invitée par J. Vidic

Migration et Invasion Cellulaire

11 June
  
 

David Karlin, invité par JF Eléouët

Comment trouver la fonction de votre protéine par analyses de séquences

18 June
  
 

Congrès NSV2015

25 June
Lecture Hall - 10.30
      

  
 

Eric Duchaud

Flavobacteries marines: de la pathologie aux technologies bleues (ANR Blue Enzymes)

2 July
Lecture Hall - 10.30
           
Special VIM session

Hélène Bierneinvitée par B. Delmas