Program

 

Wednesday, December 13th – Morning session

 

08h50-09h00 : Welcome introduction :  Patrick Berche, General Director, Institut Pasteur de Lille

09h00-09h45 : Introduction lecture : James Kirkland, Mayo Clinic, Minnesota, USA

" Targeting Senescent Cells: The Path to Translation"

 

“Immunosenescence”

 

09h45-10h05 : Mieke Boots, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

“Ageing of innate immunity in health and in vasculitic diseases”

 

  • 10h05-10h30 Coffee break

 

10h30-11h05 : Olga Britanova : Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

"Adaptive immunity aging and TCR repertoires"

11h05-11h40 : Michael Sieweke : CIML, Marseille, France

“Age dependent self-renewal mechanisms in macrophages”

11h40-12h15 : Serge Adnot :  Créteil, France

“Lung cell senescence: at the crossroad of lung diseases and cancer”

 

  • 12h15-13h45 Lunch Break - Posters viewing

 

 “Immunity and neurodegenerative diseases”

 

13h45-14h20 : Jean-Charles Lambert : Inserm 1167, Institut Pasteur de Lille, France

“GWAS, Post-GWAS and neuro-inflammation: what can we learn for Alzheimer's disease?”

14h20-14h55 : Marina Lynch : Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland

"The impact of resident and infiltrating immune cells on neuronal function in the context of neurodegeneration"

14h55-15h30 : Guillaume Dorothée : Inserm UMRS 938, Hopital Saint Antoine, Paris

“Cellular adaptive immunity as a new target for innovative immunotherapy strategies in neurodegeneration ?”

 

  • 15h30-16h00 Coffee break

 

16h00-16h35 - Thibauld Lebouvier : Memory Centre of Lille University Hospital, Lille, France

"Clinical trials in Alzheimer's disease: a 2017 update"

 

“Microbiota and ageing”

 

16h35-17h10 : Elena Biagi : University of Bologna, Italy

“Gut microbiota in healthy ageing and longevity”

17h10-17h35 : Wouter A.A. de Steenhuijsen Piters: University Medical Centre Utrecht, The Netherlands

“Age-related changes in the respiratory microbiota in relation to respiratory health and disease”

 

  • 18h00-19h30 Cocktail - Posters viewing

 


Thursday, December 14th

 

 “Inflammation and ageing”

 

08h30-09h05 : Andrea Cossarizza, University of Modena, Italy

“Ageing of the immune system in the era of omics”

09h05-09h40 : Masashi Narita,  University of Cambridge, UK 

“Cell-cell communication in senescence"

09h40-10h15 : Bart Staels, University of Lille, Institut Pasteur de Lille, France

“PPARs, macrophages and the control of inflammation”

 

  • 10h15-10h45 Coffee break - Posters viewing

 

“Prevention and therapy of age-related diseases”

 

10h45-11h20 : Hartmut Geiger, University of Ulm, Germany

“Mechanisms of aging and rejuvenation of stem cells”

11h20-11h55 : Arne Akbar, University College of London, UK

“Strategies for immune enhancement during ageing"

11h55-12h30 : Joao Pedro de Magalhaes,  University of Liverpool, UK

“Linking ageing and age-related diseases: genes, pathways and prospects for extending human healthspan”

 

  • 12h30-14h00 Lunch Break – Posters viewing

 

14h00-14h35 : Giuseppe del Giudice, Siena, GSK:

“Towards better vaccines for healthy ageing”

14h35-15h10 : Magdalena Plebanski, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

"Non-targeted immunological effects of influenza or DTP vaccination in the elderly"

14h10-14h45 : Camille Locht, Lille, France

"Live attenuated vaccines as anti-inflammatory agents”

15h45-16h30 : Keynote lecture : John Beard, Ageing and Life Course Department, World Health Organization

"Research implications of the WHO Healthy Ageing model"

 

16h30-16h40 Concluding remarks by Patrick Berche, General Director, Institut Pasteur de Lille