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Starting Date
17
Oct 2022
Ending Date
19
Oct 2022
Time
13:45:00
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Room: Amphitheater Duclaux
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2022-10-17 13:45:00 2022-10-19 12:00:00 Europe/Paris Symposium “Future in Parasitology 2022” Scientific Programme Monday 17th OCTOBER 13:45 Introduction – Gerald Spaeth Session 1- KEYNOTE SPEAKER 14:00 – From sand flies to Leishmania with love: vectors’ influence on transmission, survival, infectiousness and diversity of parasites Shaden […] Selima Messaoudi selima.messaoudi@pasteur.fr

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Scientific Programme

Monday 17th OCTOBER

13:45 Introduction – Gerald Spaeth

Session 1- KEYNOTE SPEAKER

14:00 – From sand flies to Leishmania with love: vectors’ influence on transmission, survival, infectiousness and diversity of parasites

Shaden Kamhawi, NIH, USA

Session 2 – TRANSMISSION, INFECTION AND TREATMENT

15:00 – Mechanisms for the homing of malaria sporozoites to the liver: more than meets the eye

Joana Tavares, University of Porto, Portugal

15:20 – The macrophage Lysine Demethylase LSD1 as a potential target for host-directed antileishmanial drug discovery

Maria Gutierrez-Sanchez, Institut Pasteur, France

15:40 – Wolbachia in Culex mosquitoes: a parasitic or symbiotic interaction?

Javier Serrato, Institut Pasteur of Guyane, French Guyane

16:00 – A paternally inherited protein is essential for Plasmodium meiosis and mosquitos transmission

Franziska Hentzschel, Heidelberg University, Germany

16:20 – How does the crystalloid organelle facilitate malaria transmission?

Johannes Dessens, London School of hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK

16:45 – Coffee Break

 

Session 3 – RNA PROCESSING AND FUNCTION

17:25 – Characterizing ribosomal specialization in Plasmodium falciparum: the malaria parasite as an extreme example of ribosome heterogeneity

Tiziano Vignolini, Institut Pasteur, France

17:45 – N6-methyladenosine in poly(A) tails stabilize VSG transcripts

Idalio Viegas, University of Lisbon, Portugal

18:05 – A transcriptional switch controls sex determination in Plasmodium falciparum

Arthur Talman, University of Montpellier, France

18:25 – Dual transcriptome of cattle and Trypanosoma congolense highlights host- parasite interactions and modulation of host genes involved in immuno-metabolism

Sophie Thévenon, University of Montpellier, France

Tuesday 18th OCTOBER

Session 4 – IMMUNITY AND RESISTANCE

9:00 – Protection mechanism of anti-Plasmodium falciparum circumsporozoite protein human antibodies in the host tissues

Manuela Aguirre Botero, Institut Pasteur, France

09:20 – G3BP/Rasputin mediates O’nyong nyong virus manipulation of Anopheles antiviral immunity

Solène Cottis, Institut Pasteur, France

09:40 – Identification of immune correlates that are associated with protection against Plasmodium vivax blood stage challenge following immunization with recombinant PvDBPII

Francisco Martinez, Institut Pasteur, France

10:00 – Sand fly immune response is involved in the balance of Leishmania infection

Erich Telleria, University of Prague, Czech Republic

10:20 – TBA

Lucien Platon, Institut Pasteur, France

10:40 Coffee break

Session 5 – ORGANELLES AND METABOLISM

11:10 – Deciphering the significance of the tubulin code in T.brucei

Serge Bonnefoy, Institut Pasteur, France

11:30 – An evolution-based approach to decipher rhoptry secretion in Apicomplexa

Daniela Sparvoli, University of Montpellier, France

11:50 – Elucidating mechanisms of iron regulation in Trypanosoma brucei

Calvin Tingwe, Imperial College London, UK

12:10 – Trypanosoma brucei cellular differentiation: when ROS is not SOS

Alena Zikova, Institut of Parasitology, Czech Republic

12:30 Lunch + Poster Session

 

Session 6 – GENE REGULATION AND EPIGENETICS

14:30 – Single cell transcriptomic analysis of the T. brucei cell cycle and differentiation deciphers cell cycle exit

Emma Briggs, University of Edinburgh, UK

14:50 – The VEXing question of VSG regulation in the tsetse fly

Karinna Rubio Pena, Institut Pasteur, France

15:10 – Environmental factors regulate malaria parasite virulence via the downregulation of RNA Polymerase III-transcribed ncRNA gene family

Gretchen Diffendall, Institut Pasteur, France

15:30 – Gene expression regulation in Plasmodium transmission stages: interplay between transcription factors, epigenetics and RNA-binding proteins

Katarzyna Modrzynska, University of Glasgow, UK

15:50 coffee break

 

Session 7 – KEYNOTE LECTURE

16:30 – Sex, blood and parasites: uncovering the secrets of Plasmodium transmission by the Anopheles mosquito

Flaminia Catteruccia, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, USA

Wednesday 19th OCTOBER

Session 8 – LAVERAN SESSION

08:45 – Introduction

Geneviève Milon, Institut Pasteur, France

08:55 – Survival strategies of malaria parasites in the dry season

Silvia Portugal, Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology, Germany

09:20 – Population genomics of Leishmania donovani in Ethiopia

James Cotton, Wellcome Sanger Institute, UK

09:40 – Serological surveillance of neglected tropical diseases

Stéphane Pelleau, Institut Pasteur, France

10:00 – Taking life changing decisions in 10 seconds, cGMP signalling in malaria parasites

Mathieu Brochet, University of Geneva, Switzerland

10:25 Coffee break

Session 9 – KEYNOTE LECTURE

10:55 – Advances in Parasitology – a marriage of field and laboratory work

Jeffrey Shaw, University of São Paulo, Brazil

11:55 – Closing remarks and meeting end

The deadline for registration is on October 7th. Here