University of Heidelberg
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Important Information:

Symposium: 09. and 10. October 2017

Location: International Academic Forum, Heidelberg (www.iwh.uni-hd.de)

Registration & Abstract submission:

Deadline: 15.07.2017

Ruperto-Carola Symposium funded by the Klaus-Georg and Sigrid Hengstberger Foundation

 

 

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Programme

Registration

Venue & Location

Preliminary Programme

Monday, Oct 9th

08:50-09:00

Official Welcome and Introduction (F. Graw)

09:00-10:30

Session 1: T cell pools and cell activation

Explaining the variation in clone size observed in the naive T cell repertoire

Rob De Boer, Utrecht University

Contribution of cells produced at different ages to the total CD8+ T cell compartment

Miles Davenport, UNSW Sydney

Intranodal T cell-DC Interactions during Viral infections

Wolfgang Kastenmüller, Bonn University

10:30-11:00

COFFEE BREAK

11:00-12:30

Session 2: T cells in response to infection

Regulation of adaptive immunity in chronic viral infections

Annette Oxenius, ETH Zurich

Integrative analysis of CXCR4 Whim mutation on CD8+ T cell responses

Melanie Wencker, CIRI Lyon

Resetting Homeostasis to cure HIV

Rafick-Pierre Sekaly, Case Western Reserve University

12:30-14:00

LUNCH BREAK

14:00-15:30

Session 3: Targeting Malaria  - How to achieve a vaccine?

Grounding Malaria before it takes off: Modelling T cell populations upon variable vaccination regimens with attenuated parasites

Ann-Kristin Mueller, Heidelberg University

Single-cell Analysis of the Human B cell response to Malaria Infection

Hedda Wardemann, DKFZ Heidelberg

Modeling B Cell Responses to Complex Antigen: Strong Clonal Selection and Limited Intraclonal Improvement

Lisa Buchauer, DKFZ Heidelberg

15:30-16:00

COFFEE BREAK

16:00-17:45

Session 4: Antibodies and Vaccination approaches

Delineating the epitope specificity of polyclonal neutralizing antibody responses

Roland Regoes, ETH Zurich

Development of a therapeutic HPV vaccine – based on in silico epitope predicted and mass-spectrometry-verified target epitopes

Angelika Riemer, DKFZ Heidelberg

Modeling the humoral immune response to Ebola vaccine

Chloe Pasin, INSERM Bordeaux

Human miRNome profiling identifies a microRNA signature induced by the Ebola Vaccine rVSV-ZEBOV

Christine Dahlke, UKE Hamburg

TBA

Thierry van Effelterre, Janssen Research & Development

17:45-19:00

POSTER SESSION AND DISCUSSION

19:00-21:00

DINNER AT THE IWH


Tuesday, Oct 10th

09:00-10:30

Session 5: T cell development and differentiation dynamics

Predicting memory CD8 efficiency from systems biology approaches

Jacqueline Marvel, CIRI Lyon

Are TSCM dynamics compatible with stemness?

Becca Asquith, Imperial College London

Transcriptome profiling reveals progenitor plasticity and complex regulation for human hematopoietic cell lineages

Pandit Aridaman, UMC Utrecht

Circulatory and maturation kinetics of human monocyte subsets in vivo

Julia Drylewicz, UMC Utrecht

10:30-11:00

COFFEE BREAK

11:00-12:30

Session 6: Prior immunity and vaccination effects

How does prior immunity affect the dynamics of immune responses to new strains of influenza?

Rustom Antia, Emory University

The path to improved influenza protection through pre-emptive vaccination updates: from balls of stimulation to antigenically advanced vaccination

Derek Smith, Cambridge University

The effect of infection order and prior immunity on ferret influenza antibody responses

Sam Wilks, Cambridge University

Innate Myeloid responses are highly diverse and strongly differ after the priming and the boosting immunizations

Jean-Louis Palgen, CEA - Université Paris Sud

12:30-14:00

LUNCH BREAK

14:00-16:00

Session 7: Vaccination, Immunological Memory and Diseases

Mathematical models for vaccination, waning immunity and immune system boosting

Maria Vittoria Barbarossa, Heidelberg University

Towards an integrative understanding of CD8+ T cell differentiation and migration dynamics”

Carolin Loos, Helmholtz Center Munich

Repertoire-based approach to identifying sequence motifs specific to an effective vaccine

Maximilian Puelma Touzel, ENS Paris

H1N1 pdm09 influenza viral kinetics in vaccinated pigs

Laetitia Canini, University of Edinburgh

Enabling systems medicine via genome-scale modeling approaches

Jan Hasenauer, Helmholtz Center Munich

16:00/16:30

CLOSURE AND END OF MEETING

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