10e Journée ROGER MONIER - Imaging: a revolution
Meeting co-sponsored by Gustave Roussy and Institut Curie that honors the memory of Professor Roger Monier, a prominent figure in French modern biology.
This year, we celebrate the 10th edition, a scientific day meeting focuses on a forefront issues in cancer biology: « Imaging: a revolution ».
For logistics reasons, please register with the following link http://minilien.curie.fr/aw75jj
8h45/9h15 Accueil café au Green Café
9h15: TOMAS KRICHHAUSEN “Imaging subcellular dynamics from molecules to multicellular organisms”
10h05 : NATHALIE LASSAU “ …”
10h35 : pause café
11h00 : JAN ELLEBERG ''Advanced imaging of cellular processes across scales''
11h50 : GUILLAUME MONTAGNAC “Frustrated endocytosis in the clathrin pathway”
12h20 : lunch
13h30 : PETER PETERS ''Cryo-EM beauty and benefit for drug discovery and vaccine design: our achievements with T7SS in Mycobacterium tuberculosis''
14h20 : DANIJELA VIGNJEVIC ''Active cell migration is critical for steady state epithelial turnover in the gut”
14h50 : MATHIEU COPPEY ''Optogenetics: using light to control signaling and cells”
15h20: pause café
15h40 : IRENE BUVAT ''Building and deciphering the radiome for assisting personalized medicine”
16h30 : PHILIP S. LOW ''Tumor-targeted imaging agents for the diagnosis and surgery of cancer”
17h20 : NIKOS PARAGIOS “ …”