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Le 04 avril 2024 à Rennes

Pôle Numérique Rennes Beaulieu


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8h30 |   Accueil

9h00 | Introduction

9h05 |Keynote lecture

Alexandre Baffet – UMR144 – Institut Curie – Paris : « Neural stem cell migration and cell fate decisions »

10h05 | Oral communication Senior scientist

Bertrand Pain – SBRI- Lyon : « Cerebral organoid as a tool to evaluate the neural opioid toxicity »

10h25 | Pause et session posters

10h45 | Oral communication Guest Lecturer

Laurent Poulain – ORGAPRED – Caen : « Use of patient-derived tumor organoids to assess (ovarian) cancer response to treatment: challenges and perspectives »

11h05 Short Oral communication

Veranika Panasenkava – IGRD – Rennes  : « Use of induced pluripotent stem cells & transcriptomic approach to enhance the molecular diagnosis of human neurodevelopmental disorders »

11h15 Short Oral communication

Allwyn Pereira – TaRGeT – Nantes : « Scalable generation of iPSC derived tissue resident macrophages to model immune responses in organoids »

11h25 Short Oral communication

Lucille Moutaux – NuMeCan – Rennes : « Development of a patient-derived organoid model to study cancer stem cells in hepatocellular carcinoma »

11h35 | Short Oral communication

Marion Desdouits – MASAE – Nantes : « Human intestinal enteroids to evaluate the infectivity of enteric viruses in the coastal environment »

11h45 | Pause déjeuner et Posters

13h45 | Keynote lecture

Stefan Giselbrecht – MERLN Institute – Maastricht (NL) : « The dawn of in vitro morphogenesis – from stem cells to organogenesis in microfluidic cell culture platforms »

14h45 | Oral communication Senior scientist

Jean Baptiste Dupont – TARGET – Nantes: « Preclinical gene therapy in an engineered muscle tissue model of Duchenne muscular dystrophy derived from pluripotent stem cells »

15h05 | Short Oral communication

Julie Warin – RMeS – Nantes : « Deciphering microenvironment cues to maintain human notochordal cell phenotype and drive their maturation toward adult disc cells »

15h15 Short Oral communication

Jean-Jacques Lareyre – LPGP – Rennes : « Development of a 3D testicular culture system maintaining germ stem cells populations and successful deep imagery of zebrafish testes »

15h25 | Pause

15h45 | Oral communication by Guest Lecturer

Nicolas Lebonvallet – LIEN – Brest : « Re‐innervated skin models of non‐histaminergic itch and skin neurogenic inflammation »

16h05 Oral communication by Guest Lecturer

Patrice Hemon – HYPERION – Brest : « The use of high dimensional tissue imaging for organoid study »

16h25 Oral communication by Guest Lecturer

Jean-Luc Galzi – BSC (Biotechnologie et signalisation cellulaire) – Illkirch:  « The European HYBRIDA project on Ethics in Organoid Research »

16h45 | Conclusion et fin de la journée



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Presenter’s e-mail address: 12 point type, centered, italic

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Main text of the abstract should be written with font 12, Arial. The total length of the abstract is limited to 2200 characters, including spaces, but not the title, authors, figures or references.  The references should be noted as the following example (1). The figures in the abstract are allowed if they fit into one page limit and should be referred in the text accordingly. One space before and after the figure is required. Abstracts are accepted in .pdf and .doc/docx formats.

(1) Author, A.; Author, B.; Author, C. Title of the Journal/Publishing house, Year, vol, Pages.