Conferences: « Neuroinflammation and how to study it »
Free entry. In the frame of the Cajal school.
Monday, June 25
10h15 : Hugh Perry – Microglia biology: the foundation of neuroinflammation
11h45 : Barry McColl – Understanding the diverse properties of microglia and macrophages in cerebrovascular disease
Saturday, June 30
9h00 : Trevor Owens – Adaptive immunity in the brain – where does it start, where does it end?
10h15 : Burkhard Becher – CNS-inflamation: Auto-Ag or Cytokine dysregulation?
11h45 : Florent Ginhoux – Microglia Biology: From Development to Functions
Wednesday, July 4
9h00 : Britta Englehardt – The brain barriers control immune privilege of the CNS
10h15 : Amanda Sierra – Of ghost neurons and ravenous microglia: apoptosis and phagocytosis in health and disease
11h45 : Diego Gomez – Microglia and monocytes in CNS inflammation: how to studytheirdynamics and their relative contribution to disease
Friday, July 6
9h00 : Robert Dantzer – How to deconstruct inflammation-associated depression to better understand its pathophysiology (amphithéâtre du Centre Broca)
11h00 : Colm Cunningham – Systemic inflammation alters glial phenotypes and cognitive and behavioural function during neurodegenerative disease (salle du conseil de Pharmacie – UFR Pharmacie)