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VIM : Work in progress 2019/2020

VIM : Work in progress is open to everyone, so come and join us !

VIM : Work in progress 2019/2020
Every Tuesday, 2pm-3pm, room 800 or 217 (440 building)

Date

Speaker

Title

2019

September 3

September 10

 

September 17                

September 24

Bertrand Bryche (Thesis, FLU)

Caractérisation des défenses immunitaires de la muqueuse olfactive, porte d’entrée de virus vers le système nerveux central

October 1

Annulation

soutenance Thèse Bertrand Bryche

October 8

Quentin Marquant (CDD CR, V2I)

Caractérisation des défenses immunitaires de la muqueuse olfactive, porte d’entrée de virus vers le système nerveux central

October 15

Annulation                      

Réunions RE & vie commune

October 22

School vacation

October 29

School vacation

November 05

Jessica Morel (Thesis, FLU)

L'ARN polymérase des virus Influenza et ses interactions avec la chromatine

November 12

deferred Elise Levy (PEPS Thesis, MAP2)

Neurodegenerative disorders and oxidative stress

November 19

Jean-François Eléouët (DR, BMP)

RSV RNA polymerase : a molecular machine

November 26

Rina Rosenzweig (NMR lab, Weizmann Institute, Israel)

Molecular Chaperones in Protein Disaggregation

December 03

December 10

Annulation   

Practical work students UVSQ

December 17

deferred Olivier Leymarie (CDD CR, FLU)

Contribution of the PB1-F2 protein in the pathogenicity of avian-origin H5N8 virus

December 24

School vacation

December 31

School vacation

2020

January 7

Elise Levy (PEPS Thesis, MAP2)

Neurodegenerative disorders and oxidative stress

January 14

Sandra Souto (PEPS Post-doc, VMP)

to be confirmed

January 21

Olivier Leymarie (CDD CR, FLU)

Contribution of the PB1-F2 protein in the pathogenicity of avian-origin H5N8 virus

January 28

Lorène Gonnin (Thesis, BMP)

to be confirmed

February 4

master M2

February 11

School vacation

February 18

School vacation

February 25

Joelle Mettier (PEPS Thesis, FLU)

& Sabine Riffault (director)

project and results

& ZRR procedures

March 3

Carla Gouin (M2, V2I)

Effet immunomodulateur des cellules souches mesenchymateuses sur les cellules dendritiques du poumon de porc pour le conditionnement des greffons

March 10

Céline Henry (PAPPSO)

MICALIS seminar

March 17

Julie Naudet (Master2, FLU)

& Jean-Francois (BMP)

Study of antiviral defences in the olfactory mucosa of mice

& Coronavirus

March 24

March 31

April 7

School vacation

April 14

School vacation

April 21

April 28

May 5

May 12

May 19

May 26

June 2

June 9

June 16

June 23