NVVI Lunteren Symposium 2017: "Networking in immunity"

Date: March 30 & 31, 2017 Location: Congrescentrum De Werelt, Lunteren, The Netherlands

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Thursday March 30, 2017
11.00 Welcome and Introduction by Esther de Jong 

Session I      Immune – stromal cell networking during development

11.15            Graham Anderson, Birmingham, United Kingdom
"The ins and outs of T-cell development in the thymus"

12.00             Martijn Nolte, Sanquin, The Netherlands
"Back to the roots: Networking T cells in the bone marrow"


Session II      Networking: a question of balance

13.45              Michelle Linterman, Cambridge, United Kingdom
"Follicular regulatory T Cells and the germinal centre response"

14.30              Bart Jacobs, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
"Post-infectious nerve inflammation: consequences of disrupted networks"


Session III     Cells on the move

16.00             Alessandra Cambi, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
"
Dendritic cell mech-nanobiology"

16.45              Jaap van Buul, Sanquin, The Netherlands
"How leukocytes breach the vessel wall: the diapedesis synapse"


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20.00            Ron Germain, NIAID, Bethesda, United States
"
Imaging immunity: Developing a spatiotemporal understanding of host defense and disease"

21.00              Party


Friday March 31

8.15                ‘Meet-the-speaker’ breakfast sessions

Session IV      DCs go all the way

9.00                Sophie Acton, London, United Kingdom
"
Dendritic cells control lymph node expansion"

9.45                John Haanen, NKI, Amsterdam
‘Adoptive T cell therapy: What do T cells recognize on cancer cells?’


Session V        Networking: immune cells outside their comfort zone

11.00             Burkhard Ludewig, St. Gallen, Switzerland
"Stromal cell - B cell interaction"

11.45              Reina Mebius, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
"Antigen presentation by lymph node stromal cells"


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13.15              Michael Dustin, Oxford, United Kingdom
"The immunological synapse and the syntax of immune cell communications"

14.15              Closure by Esther de Jong


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