Séminaires & conférences

Séminaires du CRC


  •  Vendredi 2 Juin, 12h00, amphithéâtre Gustave Roussy
    The Netherlands Cancer Institute

    Sensitivity and resistance of human tumors to T cell attack
    Invité par l'EATI (Catherine Fridman, Guido Kroemer)

  • Vendredi 9 Juin, 12h00, amphithéâtre Gustave Roussy
    Marie-Christine BROILLET
    Université de Lausanne, Suisse

    A nose for danger : A role for the Grueneberg ganglion
    Sensing the chemical warnings present in the environment is essential for species survival. In mammals, this form of danger communication occurs via the release of natural predator scents that can involuntarily warn the prey or by the production of alarm pheromones by the stressed prey alerting its conspecifics. I will shortly describe how we identified the olfactory Grueneberg ganglion as the sensory organ through which these chemical cues signal a threatening situation, the chemical nature of these cues and the molecular mechanisms responsible for this signaling of fear.

    Invitée par Frédéric Jaisser

  • Vendredi 16 Juin, 12h00 amphithéâtre Gustave Roussy
    Paolo ASCIERTO
    Istituto Nazionale Tumori Fondazione G. Pascale, Napoli, Italy

    What we learned from immunotherapy with checkpoint inhibitors in the past years
    Invitée par l'EATI (Catherine Fridman, Guido Kroemer)

  • Vendredi 21 Juin, 9h00-17h30, amphithéâtre Bilski-Pasquier
    Journée Scientifique
    suivie d'un cocktail et animation musicale

  • Vendredi 30 Juin, 12h00 amphithéâtre Gustave Roussy
    Michael BAUER
    Department of Anesthesiology & Critical Care Médicine at Jena University Hospital, Jena, Germany

    50 shades of yellow - heme and its degradation products and outcome of sepsis
    Invité par Jordan Dimitrov

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