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"


Evening lectureRon Germain

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"


Closing lectureMichael Dustin

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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