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    36è journée Institut Cochin-JC Dreyfus, Paris, 2019

     

    PROGRAM

     

    Friday, September 27, 2019

    08:45         Welcome introduction

    09:00         Mike Murphy, MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit & Department of Medicine
                      University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
                      Mitochondrial ROS production and oxidative damage in ischaemia-         
                      reperfusion injury.

    09:50         Yves Frapart, UMR 8601, Université Paris Descartes, Paris, France
                      Radical quantification and imaging in vivo.

    10:30         Coffee break

    10:50         Martin Feelisch, Faculty of Medicine, Clinical and Experimental Sciences, University of
                      Southampton, United Kingdom
                      Human Redox Heterogeneity.

    11:30         Claus Jacob, Bioorganic Chemistry, Department of Pharmacy, Saarland State University,
                      Saarbruecken, Germany
                      Redox: Not only red and certainly no ox.

    12:20         Lunch

    13:40         Karl-Heinz Krause, Geneva Medical Faculty and University Hospitals, Centre Medical Universitaire,
                      Geneva, Switzerland
                      Expression of the phagocyte NADPH oxidase NOX2 in the brain : where, when, and why ?

    14:20         Philippe Gonzalo, Centre de Recherche en Cancérologie de Lyon, UMR INSERM 1052 - CNRS 5286 -
                      Université de Lyon, France
                      Aerotaxis, a new way to cope with hypoxia: redox regulation of EGFR steers migration of hypoxic
                      mammary cells towards oxygen.

    15:00         Bernard Lopez, Department Development, Reproduction and Cancer (DRC), Institut Cochin, Paris,
                      France
                      A pre-DNA damage-response specific to low replication stress generates cell-controlled ROS that
                      prevent the accumulation of pre-mutagenic lesions.

    15:40         Coffee break

    16:00         Joël Drevet, laboratoire GReD INSERM U1103 - CNRS UMR6293, CRBC (Centre de Recherche Bio-
                      Clinique) Clermont-Ferrand, France
                      Oxidative stress, male infertility & beyond.

    16:40          Laurent Châtre, ISTCT, CERVOxy team, UMR 6030 CNRS, Université de Caen-Normandie, CEA, GIP
                       Cyceron, Caen, France
                       From « Oxidative stress » to the Reactive Species Interactome during aging and in brain.

    17:20         Conclusions