Programme

Modeling the Mammalian Microbiota Host Superorganism, Current Tools and Challenges
Paris, October 15-16, 2018

 
Monday, October 15, 2018
Registration
08:00 am-09:00 am
Opening
09:00 am-09:15 am
Keynote lecture
09:15 am-10:00 am
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09:15 am

Keynote lecture

A. Macpherson
Uni. Hospital Bern, Switzerland 
Coffee break
10:00 am-10:30 am
Modelling the microbiota
10:30 am-12:30 pm
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10:30 am

Applying Koch´s Postulates to beneficial members of the microbiota

B. Stecher
Ludwig-Maximillians Uni., Germany 
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11:00 am

Investigating the intestinal barrier : from mouse models to human monogenic pathology

N. Cerf-Bensussan
INSERM, France 
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11:30 am

The contribution of metabolomics for studying the microbiota host interaction : challenges and opportunities

C. Junot
CEA, France 
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12:00 pm

2 oral communications


Lunch
12:30 pm-02:00 pm
Animal models to study the microbiota
02:00 pm-04:30 pm
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02:00 pm

Host-Lactobacillus symbiosis improving linear growth upon chronic under nutrition:lessons from  gnotobiotic animal models

F. Leulier
Institut Génomique de Lyon, France 
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02:30 pm

The microbiota-mediated protection mechanisms against an oral pathogen in a Zebrafish model

J. Levraud
Institut Pasteur, France 
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03:00 pm

From mice to pigs: exploring their gut microbiome by cultivation

T. Clavel
Universitätsklinikum Aachen Germany, Sweden 
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03:30 pm

Interpreting gnotobiotic models: what are the missing links?

V. Arulampalam
Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden 
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04:00 pm

2 oral communications


Coffee break
04:30 pm-05:00 pm
Models of pathogenesis - Part I
05:00 pm-06:30 pm
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05:00 pm

Decrypting signals in the crypt: microbiota and gut epithelial regeneration

P. Sansonetti
Institut Pasteur, France 
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05:30 pm

The Role of the Early Life Microbiota in Malnutrition and environmental enteropathy

B. Finlay
Michael Smith Laboratories, University British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada 
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06:00 pm

Tryptophan metabolism and Gut microbiota

H. Sokol
Sorbonne Université, Inserm, INRA, APHP, France 
Poster session & light bites & drinks
06:30 pm-08:00 pm
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Raising community, Challenges to access to the models
09:00 am-01:00 pm
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09:00 am

Presentation of the INFRAFRONTIER Research Infrastructure

M. Hagn
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09:20 am

Challenges and opportunities in metagenomic and metatranscriptomic profiling of mouse gut microbiota

M. Adams
The Jackson Laboratory, United States 
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09:40 am

Harnessing the microbiome: Solutions and opportunities for mouse research models

P.E. Dubé
Applications Scientist, Taconic Biosciences, New York, United States 
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10:00 am

Maintaining the Status Quo: Can rodent vendors stabilize microbiomes in their colonies?

K. Henderson
Charles River, United States 
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10:20 am

Evolution of housing systems in Gnotobiotic research

G. Milite
Consultant in Lab. Animal Science, Udine, Italy 
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10:40 am

Operational performance and selected key technical issues related to the use of sealed IVC system dedicated to gnotobiotic mouse studies

P. Hardy
Veterinary & Professional Services, ALLENTOWN INC, Bussy Saint Georges, France 
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11:00 am

Gnotobiology Facility implementation, achievements, and  challenges

M. Rebelo
Animal House Core Facility of Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, Ciência, Portugal 
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11:20 am

Coffee break


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11:40 am

Gnotobiotic Organizations;
A mechanism to build community, past, present and future

B. Theriault
Uni. Chicago, United States 
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12:00 pm

EU funding of Microbiome research under H2020

D. Hadrich
European Commission, DG Research & Innovation, Brussels, Belgium 
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12:20 pm

Round table discussion


Lunch
01:00 pm-02:30 pm
Models of pathogenesis - Part II
02:30 pm-05:00 pm
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02:30 pm

Our intestinal microbiota as a source of Next-Generation Probiotics for Human and Animal Health

P. Langella
INRA, France 
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03:00 pm

Do pathogens hijack commensals' anaerobic pathways in Crohn's disease?

M. Leclerc
INRA, France 
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03:30 pm

We are what we eat: modern stressors of the host-microbiota super-organism

B. Chassaing
Georgia State Uni., United States 
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04:00 pm

Gut microbiota in insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes

L. Manneras Holm
Wallenberg Laboratory and Department of Molecular and Clinical Medicine, University Of Gothenburg, Sweden 
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04:30 pm

2 oral communications


Closing remarks, Poster awards
05:00 pm-05:30 pm
Gala Dinner
07:00 pm-

 

 

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