PROGRAMME | NOVEMBER 29, 2019 | Max-Planck-Institute

 9:00                
REGISTRATION & WELCOME ADDRESS
 9:30
Keynote Speaker I: Adriano Rossi, University of Edinburgh, UK
Therapeutic strategies to enhance the resolution of inflammation to promote tissue repair and regeneration
10:10
Gerd Meyer zu Hörste,  Clinic of Neurology with Department of Translational Neurology
Deciphering local cell-cell interaction networks in autoimmunity of the peripheral nerves
10:30

Claudia Janoschka, Clinic of Neurology with Department of Translational Neurology
Immune signatures of prodromal multiple sclerosis in monozygotic twins

10:50
COFFEE BREAK
11:20
Krishnendu MukherjeeInstitute of Hygiene
Epigenetic regulation of transcriptional reprogramming during uropathogenic Escherichia coli infection
11:40
Antonella Russo,  Institute of Immunology
Alarming and calming: Opposing roles of S100A8/S100A9 dimers and tetramers on monocytes
12:00
Hanna Gerwien,  Institute for Physiological Chemistry and Pathobiochemistry
Diverse Roles of Matrix Metalloproteinase-2 and -9 in the Induction and Progression of Neuroinflammation
12:30
LUNCH & POSTER SESSION
14:30
Keynote Speaker II: Chris Reutlelingsperger,  Maastricht University, The Netherlands
15:10
Anna Holthenrich,  Institute of Medical Biochemistry
Proximity proteomics of endothelial Weibel-Palade Bodies
15:30
COFFEE BREAK
16:00
Sebastian Schloer,Center for Molecular Biology of Inflmmation
Antiviral potential of human IFN-alpha subtypes against influenza A H3N2 infection in human lung explants reveals subtype-specific activities
16:20
Juliana Lemos del Sarto,Institute of Molecular Virology
Melatonin treatment decreases susceptibility to post-influenza bacterial super-infection
16:40
Elena Gonnelli,  Experimental Dermatology and Immunobiology of the Skin
4-1BB overexpression in basal keratinocyte induces macrophage infiltration, epithelial-mesenchymal transition and anterior cataract in the eye
17:00
ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSTER AWARDS & FAREWELL