The Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and the University of Bordeaux are pleased to present the first symposium resulting from their partnership on the themes of health, neuroscience, chemistry and biochemistry. On this occasion, scientific presentations will be given by LMU and Bordeaux colleagues.
The symposium will be held on 27 November from 8.30am to 1.30pm, and will be followed by a buffet provided by the University of Bordeaux for speakers and members of the public.
The event will be held at:
Pôle Juridique et Judiciaire,
35 place Pey Berland,
8:30-8:45 Welcome Coffee
LMU/ Prof. Martin Dichgans and Arthur Liesz (jointly).
« Immunity in cardiovascular prevention:from mechanisms to novel therapies ».
UB/ Prof. Stéphanie Debette and Prof. Thierry Couffinhal,
Precision and global Vascular Brain Health Institute (VBHI)
« Molecular determinants of cerebral small vessel disease across the lifespan: from mechanisms to therapies ».
LMU/ Prof. Eva Rehfuess.
« Tackling public health challenges through evidence and innovative methods ».
UB/ Prof. Olivier Marcy and Laura Richert, Bordeaux Population Health research
center and Centre for Clinical Investigations. Subject: public health, global health
« Global health programs on infectious diseases »
LMU: Prof Christian Haass (head of the cluster on neurodegenerative disease).
« Boosting protective functions of microglia as a new therapeutic option for
Alzheimer’s disease ».
UB: Prof. Laurent Groc, Interdisciplinary Institute for Neuroscience. Subject: neurosciences
« Exploring how extracellular space of the brain shapes cell communication and protein dynamics ».
11:00 – 11:20 COFFEE BREAK
LMU: Prof. Oliver Trapp (head of chemistry),
« A purely chemical evolutionary system ».
UB: Prof. Rémi Fronzes, IECB
« Structural biology of bacterial nanomachines ».
LMU: Prof. Roland Beckman (Dean of chemistry, biochemistry and pharmacy).
Subject structural biochemistry
« Traffic jams in the cell: ribosomal stalling, collisions and rescue ».
UB: Prof. Guido Sonnemann, ISM
« Life cycle assessment to support the sustainable innovation of emerging technologies ».
LMU: Prof. Ivan Huc (head of Pharmacy).
« Engineering molecular shape with synthetic oligomers ».
UB: Prof. Nicolas Sevenet, Dean of pharmacy, INSERM/Institut Bergonié
« Characterization of PTEN Expression Cis-Regulatory Elements Involved In Cowden Disease ».
Discussion: future directions for the LMU-UB collaborations
If you would like to attend the event, you can register by clicking here.