20 21 October 2021 Ended


1st Joint Symposium of the InnaSCo and FrontInov on Inflammation

The InnaSCo and FrontInov communities are pleased to announce their 1st Joint Symposium on the 20th and 21st of October on the theme of Inflammation with presentations from prestigious speakers.

illustration 1st Joint Symposium of the InnaSCo and FrontInov on Inflammation
© InnaSCO-FrontInnov

A first technology-oriented day, in partnership with several companies will be dedicated to quantitative biology approaches for exploration of inflammatory responses.

A second day, in memory of Jürg Tschopp, will allow prominent scientists to present their recent data in the multidisciplinary area of inflammation and cell death signaling, with a special keynote lecture given by Dr Vishva Dixit (Genentech).

Over two days, we will thus discuss new advances in the field of innate immunity, interact with companies that will showcase their most recent technological breakthroughs and discover opportunities offered by experts in scientific communication.

Registrations are free but mandatory: https://front-innasco.sciencesconf.org/registration
Closing date for registrations: 15th of October 2021

The symposium is open to FrontINov and InnaSCo members and researchers outside these networks interested in the topic. We strongly encourage the attendance of PhD students and post-doctoral researchers.
Looking forward to seeing you at this symposium.

Lab Webpage: https://www6.inrae.fr/zp2
EMERG’IN Member: https://www.emergin.fr/
InnaSCo Member: www.innasco.fr
FontInov IRNfrontinov.cnrs.fr

The organizing committee:
Uzma Hasan, CIRI, INSERM
Peter Cigler, IOCB, CAS
Nadine Laguette, IGH, CNRS
Christelle Langevin, IERP, INRAE
Julie Luciflora CIRI, INSERM
Marie-Cécile Michallet, CRCL, CNRS
Virginie Petrilli, CRCL, CNRS
Dimitrios Vlachakis, SABB, AUA

About Jürg Tschopp

About Dr Vishva Dixit

About Christoph Bock 

About Mathias Heikenwälder


Flyer InnaSCo-Frontinov - 20-21-oct-2021.pdfpdf - 1.43 MB


Christelle Langevin INRAE,Platform of Experimental Infectiology of Rodents and Fish