program
 
The resolution of inflammation:
opportunities for innovative therapeutics ?

 

WENESDAY, APRIL 26th

Lobby

18:00–20:00, Arrival and Registration

Victor Hugo room

19:30–21:00, Welcome diner

THURSDAY, APRIL 27th

Breakfast room

07:00–08:00, Breakfast

                                                                  

Frères Lumière room

08:00–09:00, Welcome and Keynote Address

 

Greg Lemke The Salk Institute for Biological Studies, USA

 

09:00–12:00, Biological and cellular mechanisms of resolution I

Charles Serhan Harvard Medical School, USA

"Human Leukocytes biosynthesize novel Resolvins that link Resolution of Inflammation, Tissue Regeneration and Wound Healing”

Aline Bozec Friedrich-Alexander-Universität, DE

"L-arginine resolves inflammatory induced bone loss"

SHORT TALKS (selected from abstracts)

Coffee break (Victor Hugo room)

Ira Tabas Columbia University, USA

"Efferocytosis and Macrophage Metabolism in Inflammation Resolution"

 

Sanja Arandjelovic U of Virginia, USA

“Efferocytosis machinery proteins in inflammatory arthritis”

 

SHORT TALKS (selected from abstracts)

On own for lunch or Visits of the City or of the City's Citadelle

 

Victor Hugo room

12:00–13:00, Poster Setup

 

13:00–22:00, Poster Viewing

16:30–17:00, Coffee Available (Victor Hugo room)

Frères Lumière room

17:00–20:00, Clinical implication of resolution impairment

 

Adriano G Rossi University of Edinburgh, UK

“Novel pharmacological strategies to enhance granulocyte apoptosis and efferocytosis to promote inflammation resolution”

Catherine Godson University College Dublin, IE

Gabrielle Fredman Albany Medical College, USA

"Inflammation-resolution in atherosclerosis and aging"

SHORT TALKS (selected from abstracts)

 

Coffee break (Victor Hugo room)

Markus Hoffmann Universität zu Lübeck, DE

"Mesenchymal cell control of inflammatory tissue priming"

 

Elizabeth Redente National Jewish Health, USA

 

SHORT TALKS (selected from abstracts)

 

Victor Hugo room

20:00, Social Hours & "meet the speaker" Diner

 

20:00–22:00, Poster Session

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 28th

Breakfast room

07:00–08:00, Breakfast

 

Frères Lumière room

08:00–12:00, Biological and cellular mechanisms of resolution II

Jesmond Dalli Queen Mary University of London, UK

"Insights into the biology of specialised pro-resolving mediators and their receptors in phagocytes"

 

David Lagares Harvard Medical School, USA

“Fibrosis Resolution: Mechanisms and Therapeutic Opportunities”

 

SHORT TALKS (selected from abstracts)

 

Coffee break (Victor Hugo room)

Oliver Soehnlein University of Münster, DE

"Neutrophils in chronic inflammation – from physiology to intervention"

 

Claudia Jakubzick Dartmouth Geisel School of Medicine, NH

"The Role of moDCs and Interstitial Macrophages in the Lung"

 

Andreas Weigert Institute of Biochemistry I Goethe-University Frankfurt, DE

Interfering with apoptotic cell-derived signals in cancer”

 

SHORT TALKS (selected from abstracts)

 

On own for lunch or Visits of the City or pf the City's Citadelle

 

Victor Hugo room

13:00–23:00, Poster Viewing

16:30–17:00, Coffee Available (Victor Hugo room)

 

Frères Lumière room

17:00–20:00, Resolution pharmacology

Detlef Schuppan Institute of Translational Immunology, Mainz, DE

"Targeted therapies to resolve liver fibrosis and NASH"

 

Dror Mevorach The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, IS

"Clearance of apoptotic cells in cancer: Resolution of inflammation or macrophage reprogramming?"

 

SHORT TALKS (selected from abstracts)

  

Coffee break (Victor Hugo room)

Nicolas Poirier OSE Immunotherapeutics, FR

"Anti-ChemR23 agonist pro-Resolutive mAbs"

 

Mauro Perretti Queen Mary University of London, UK

"Resolution Pharmacology: a new way to control chronic diseases"

 

SHORT TALKS (selected from abstracts)

 

Victor Hugo room

20:00–23:00, Gala Diner                                   

SATURDAY, APRIL 29th

Departure