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Seminars 2017/2018

Seminars on Thursdays 11am-12am.

Planning seminars 2017/2018

Date

Intervenant

Titre

September 7
  
 

Efrain Guzman, (Pirbright Institute), invited by S. Riffault

Immune regulation by the small hydrophobic protein of RSV

September 14
  
 

Bertrand Bryche, NBO INRA Jouy-en-Josas, invited by R. Le Goffic

Muqueuse olfactive et immunité antivirale

September 21
  
 

Bruno Correia, professeur à l'Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, invited by S. Riffault and JF. Eléouët

Design in silico d’immunogens

October 12

Cynthia Calzas, équipe virus influenza VIM, invited by R. Le Goffic and C. Chevalier

Study of the capsular polysaccharide-specific humoral response and design of a glycoconjugate vaccine against Streptococcus suis infection

November 16
  
 

Solenn Caradec, Data Sciences Internationalinvited by C. Langevin

Physiological Monitoring: Telemetry and respiratory assessment

November 23
  
 

Marie-Anne Rameix-Welti, UVSQ, invited by JF Eléouët

Organisation fonctionnelle des corps d'inclusion du virus respiratoire syncytial

November 30
  
 

Cedric Blouin, Institut Curie, U1143 INSERM­ - UMR3666 CNRS, invited by C. Langevin

"Spatio-temporal control of Interferon-activated JAK/STAT signaling”.

December 14
  
 

Régis Tournebize, Institut Pasteur de Paris, invited by C. Langevin

January 18
  
 

Conseil Scientifique

February 8
  
 

Sam Martin, Université d’Aberdeen, invité par P. Boudinot

Interplay between immune function and energy allocation in fish

February 15
  
 

Jean Millet, équipe Virologie Moléculaire des poissons, VIM

Modulation of viral tropism and pathogenicity by coronavirus spike (S) fusion proteins

March 15
  
 

Renaud PoinclouxInstitut de Pharmacologie et de Biologie Structurale, Toulouse, invité par C. Langevin

3D migration of macrophages and mechanics of podosomes

March 22
  
 

20èmes Journées Francophones de Virologie

May 24
  
 

Olivier Leymarie, VIM, invité par R. Le Goffic

Levée de la restriction imposée par BST2 sur le VIH-1 par la protéine virale Vpu

May 31
  
 

Quentin Marquant, CNRS Orléans , invité par D. Descamps

IL-9R signaling promotes Foxp3+ Treg cells function and regulates house dust mite induced airway inflammation.

June 14
  
 

Raphaël Gaudin, Institute of Viral and Liver Disease - INSERM U1110, Strasbourg, invité par C. Langevin

Enhanced transmigration of Zika virus infected monocytes favors viral dissemination