Ion channels in pathological context, new methods and diagnosis tools
The conference will start on Wednesday 21st September with a welcome lunch and end on Friday 23rd at noon.
Ion channels are a family of ubiquitous proteins with an extraordinary diversity of their molecular and cellular functions, their structure or their expression. This diversity is also represented in the pathological disorders where ion channels are associated with.
Indeed, aberrant function or dysfunction of ion channels have been associated to a large spectra of diseases such as neurological and cardiovascular disorders, diabetes, metabolic diseases but also cancer, a highly metabolic disease.
While the contribution of ion channels to cancers is now beyond the reasonable doubt, their molecular function in those pathological processes solely begin to be understood.
In particular, recent advances suggest that ion channels could have an important role in the relationship of cancer cells with their surrounding environment and in metabolic changes occurring during cancer development. To elucidate the molecular function of ion channels and to potentially use them as therapeutic target, innovative tools will be required.
This LE STUDIUM Conference aims to provide an overview of the state-of-the-art of the physio-pathological role of ion channels, with a special emphasis on cancers, and of the new innovative tools in development for their investigation or their targeting.
- Ion channels
- Molecules design
- Dr David Crottès, LE STUDIUM Research Fellow
FROM: University of California San Diego - USA
IN RESIDENCE AT: Nutrition, Growth and Cancer (N2C) / INSERM, University of Tours - FR
- Prof. Christophe Vandier,
Nutrition, Growth and Cancer (N2C) / INSERM, University of Tours - FR
- Prof. Stéphane Petoud,
Center for Molecular Biophysics (CBM) / CNRS - FR
- Dr Aurélien Chatelier, Physiopathology and Regulation of Ion Transport (PRéTI), University of Poitiers - FR
- Prof. Lily Jan, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), University of California - USA
- Prof. Yuh-Nung Jan, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), University of California - USA
- Dr Mélanie Paillard, CARdiovascular, Metabolism, DiabEtes and Nutrition (CarMen) / INSERM, INRAE, University of Lyon - FR
- Prof. Luis A. Pardo, Max Planck Institute for Multidisciplinary Sciences - DE
- Prof. Lucija Peterlin Mašič, University of Ljubljana - SI
Oral presentations & posters
Abstracts for oral presentation and poster should be submitted before Monday 5th September 2022. Please upload your abstract during the registration or send it before the deadline to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The number of oral presentations is limited, convenors will process a selection and confirm your presentation not later than Friday 9th September 2022.
Please note that we do not print the posters, but racks & pins will be provided for up to A0 sizes, portrait format.
The event will take place in the city centre at the Hotel de Ville of Tours located Square Jean-Jaures and very near the main train station. This elegant building was designed in the early 20th century by Victor Laloux, the architect of the Gare d'Orsay in Paris (now the Musée d'Orsay). Its monumental stairs, paintings and sculptures make it a recommended place to visit. Participants will also have the opportunity to discover French cuisine and Loire Valley wines during an evening social.
(Including two lunches, a Wine & Cheese cocktail and the coffee breaks)
|Private institutions||250 EUR|
|Public institutions||180 EUR|
|Students & PhD Scholars||75 EUR|
|Social dinner & touristic visit||75 EUR|