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Conference Program
 

Tuesday 27

 

16:00

Welcom e of participants and inscription

 

19:00

Welcome party at Dijon city Hall

 

Wednesday 28

Thursday 29

Friday 30

09:00  

Welcom e

 

09:30

Kai Simons

Prof. Kai Simons Max-Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Dresden, Germany

10:30

Coffee Break

 

11:00

Session 1 part 1

Model systems and their contribution to the understanding of principles underlying membrane organization

 

Prof. Erwin London ,  “Improved model systems for detecting membrane domains in cells and for understanding domain interaction with transmembrane proteins”

Yvan Lopez-Montero “Lipid domains as membrane stabilizers under mechanical stress”

Miglena I. Angelova “Local pH gradients induce segregation of Lo/Ld domains and polarization of GM1-containing giant vesicles”

Jan Malinsky “Different mechanisms of plasma membrane domain formation in plants and fungi”

13:00

Lunch

 

14:30

Session 1 part 2

Model systems and their contribution to the understanding of principles underlying membrane organization

 

  Prof. Luis Bagatolli , “Liquid immiscibility in biological membranes: the case of pulmonary surfactant membranes”

Yves Mely “Monitoring lipid order selectively at one bilayer leaflet by using environment sensitive probes and two photon imaging” 

Tyler Reddy “Lipid domain dynamics in a full-scale influenza A virion”

Widmar Tanner “Order needs energy: plasma membrane properties of de-energized cells”

16:15

Coffee Break

 

16:45

Poster Session

 

Wednesday 28

Thursday 29

Friday 30

09:00

Session 2 part 1

Description of biological membrane organization (including all techniques of analysis of membrane subcompartmentation : high resolution microscopy, FCS, use of environmental probes, AFM,.....)

 

Prof. Katharina Gaus “Sub-resolution imaging of the organization of cell membranes”

Alessandra Cambi ”Integrating high-resolution bioimaging techniques to unravel how nanoscale organization, lateral mobility and membrane lipids orchestrate leukocyte adhesion”

Alf Honingmann “Comparing dynamics of “raft“ and “non-raft“ lipids in the outer leaflet of the plasma membrane at the Nanoscale (STED-FCS)”

Andrey S. Klymchenko “Phase-specific fluorescence quencher for studying lipid domains in model and cell membranes”

12:20

Lunch

 

14:00

Session 2 part 2

Description of biological membrane organization (including all techniques of analysis of membrane subcompartmentation : high resolution microscopy, FCS, use of environmental probes, AFM,.....)

 

Prof. Didier Marguet ,   

+ 7 selected speakers

17:30

Poster Session

 

Wednesday 28

Thursday 29

Friday 30

09:00

Session 3 part 1

Role of membrane organization in signalling and cell physiology (including analysis of proteic and lipidic content of membrane domains and their evolution during a signalling process, link between membrane organization and signalling in response to environmental changes...)

 

Prof. Bridget Wilson , Department of Pathology, University of New Mexico Sciences Center, Albuquerque, USA

+ 7 selected speakers

12:20

Lunch

 

14:00

Session 3 part 2

Role of membrane organization in signalling and cell physiology (including analysis of proteic and lipidic content of membrane domains and their evolution during a signalling process, link between membrane organization and signalling in response to environmental changes...)

 

  Prof. Tobias Walther , Department of Cell Biology, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, USA

+ 4 selected speakers

16:00

Conference cloture

Written by: JMPC
Date of creation: 03 April 2012
Date of last update: 27 October 2012
Contact: dijondomains2012@dijon.inra.fr