Esot vienna 2013

ESOT Vienna 2013:
Pushing the limits


Sunday, September 8

09:10 – 12:50     SPECIALTY UPDATE SYMPOSIUM  EBSOT 

 

Session 1 - Imaging the immune system

 

CHAIRS: Joanna Hester, Oxford, United Kingdom
            Katja Kotsch, Innsbruck, Austria


 

09:10   Watching T cell activation with dynamic in situ cytometry (DISC)
              Philippe Bousso, Paris, France

09:40   Visualizing Pathogen Defense - From Innate to Adaptive Immunity
              Wolfgang Kastenmüller, Munich, Germany

10:10   Immunological Function in the Tissue Context
              Matthias Gunzer, Essen, Germany

10:40 – 11:00  Coffee Break
 

Session 2 - Co-stimulation and co-inhibition in transplantation
 

CHAIRS: Michel Braun, Brussels, Belgium
             Pietro Cippà, Zurich, Switzerland


 

11:00   Modulating alloreactivity by blocking co-stimulation
              Allan Kirk, Atlanta, United States

11:30   Targeting CD28 without blocking co-inhibition
              Bernard Vanhove, Nantes, France

12:00   The mysterious mechanisms of CTLA4 uncovered
              David Sansom, London, United Kingdom

12:30 – 12:50  Q&A

Objectives:  To provide a comprehensive overview on recent developments in the field of regenerative medicine and to put these advances in the context of the potential future of transplantation.

Target Audience:  Trainees, scientists, surgeons and physicians with an interest in basic and translational science.

EBSOT in Pills:  The European Basic Science in Organ Transplantation aims to promote science and research within ESOT.  Linking clinical activities and basic research is a main focus.  Through a series of initiatives EBSOT strives to contribute to the advancement, communication, education and support of basic science activities in transplantation.
 



 

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