International Conference on Cilia, Flagella and Centrosomes
Co-organized by the French (GDR CIL) and UK Cilia Networks
|2:00pm||Welcome from the Organising committee: Sylvie Schneider-Maunoury, Barbara Tanos.|
|2:15pm||Keynote lecture: Paul GUICHARD ( Geneva, Switzerland)
The molecular architecture of the centriole
|Session 1: Cilia and centrosome|
Chairs: Lukas CAJANEK and Peter SATIR
|3:05pm||Imène BOUHLEL (Cambridge, UK):
How is the centriole duplication site defined?
|3:25pm||Elif-Nur FIRAT-KARALAR (Istanbul, Turkey):
Centriolar satellite integrity and distribution are required for efficient assembly and function of centrosomes and cilia
|3:45pm||Francesc GARCIA-GONZALO (Madrid, Spain):
The c-terminal tails of htr6 and sstr3 contain ciliary localization sequences that act redundantly with those in the ic3 loop
Poster sessions 1 and 2 (odd numbers only)
|5:25pm||Swadhin Chandra JANA (Lisbon, Portugal):
Cytoskeleton organising centre is essential for the homeostasis of the ciliated cell in Drosophila
|5:45pm||Jean-André LAPART (Lyon, France):
DZIP1 and FAM92 form a ciliary transition zone module with cell type specific roles in Drosophila
|6:05pm||Megan McFIE (London, UK):
High throughput confocal screen of 1,728 compounds to uncover novel regulators of chondrocyte cilia expression.
|6:25pm||Jung- Chi LIAO (Taipei, Taiwan):
Super-resolution microscopy reveals coupling between mammalian centriole subdistal appendages and distal appendages
|6:45pm||Setting up of the "Networking Game"|
|7:00pm||Welcome cocktail and Networking Game|
|9:00am||Keynote lecture: Nathalie Jurisch-Yaksi (Trondheim, Norway):
The function of motile cilia in ventricular flow and brain development
|Session 2: Motile cilia and flagella|
|Chairs: Juliette AZIMZADEH and Søren CHRISTENSEN|
|9:50am||Vito MENNELLA (Southampton, UK):
Super-resolution Molecular Map of Basal Foot Reveals Novel Cilium in Airway Multiciliated Cells.
|10:10am||Olivier MERCEY (Paris, France):
Revisiting the dynamic of multiple basal body production in Multiciliated Cells.
Poster sessions 1 and 2 (even numbers only)
|11:50am||Anne-Marie TASSIN (Gif-sur-Yvette, France):
MKS-NPHP module proteins control ciliary shedding at the transition zone
|12:10pm||Aminata TOURE (Paris, France):
Mutations in TTC29, encoding an evolutionary conserved axonemal protein, result in asthenozoospermia and male infertility
|1:30pm||Keynote lecture: Gaspar Jekely (Exeter, UK):
Large-scale neuronal coordination of locomotor cilia
|Session 3: Cilia and IFT in signaling and development|
|Chairs: Dominic NORRIS and Nathalie SPASSKY|
|2:20pm||Isabelle CAILLE (Paris, France):
Primary cilium cyclicamp regulates neuronal migration at the centrosome.
|2:40pm||Maximilien FURTHAUER (Nice, France):
The circular fluid flow in the zebrafish left-right organizer ensures leftward particle transport.
|3:00pm||Sara PESTANA (Lisbon, Portugal):
The Extracellular Vesicles in the Left-Right Organizer.
Poster sessions 3 and 4 (odd numbers only)
|4:40pm||Thomas THEIL (Edinburgh, UK):
The Joubert gene INPP5E acts as a negative regulator of Sonic Hedgehog signaling in human brain organoids.
|5:00pm||Julien VERMOT (London, UK):
Intraflagellar transport complex B proteins regulate the Hippo effector Yap1 during proepicardium development.
|5:20pm||Christine VESQUE (Paris, France):
Searching for the initial triggers of scoliosis in the zebrafish rpgrip1l ciliopathy mutant
|5:40pm||Community meeting (Chairs: Hannah Mitchison, Philippe Bastin, Bénédicte Durand & Martin Knight).|
|7:30pm||Gala dinner and/or pub|
|Session 4: Ciliopathies: clinical aspects and molecular mechanisms.|
|Chairs: Colin JOHNSON and Sophie SAUNIER|
|9:00am||Sebastian PATZKE (Oslo, Norway):
A CEP104-CSPP1 complex is required for formation of primary cilia competent in Hedgehog signalling
|9:20am||Séverine BAR (Strasbourg, France):
Mutations in CEMIP2 cause a ciliopathy by interfering with the control of primary cilium length at the centriolar satellites.
|9:40am||Sabrina MECHAUSSIER (Paris, France):
Expanding the clinical spectrum associated with TUBB4B mutations.
|10:00am||Martina HURANOVA (Prague, Czech Republic):
BBS1, BBS4 and BBS9 control the spatiotemporal assembly of the BBSome
|10:20am||Stefaan VERBRUGGEN (London, UK):
Osteocyte primary cilia regulate breast cancer cell metastasic phenotype.
Poster sessions 3 and 4 (even numbers only)
|12:00pm||Oliver BLACQUE (Dublin, Ireland):
Ciliary RAB-28 regulates extracellular vesicle production and outer segment disk shedding, and is trafficked to cilia via a BBSome-ARL6-PDE6D pathway.
|12:20pm||Keynote lecture: Brunella Franco (Naples, Italy):
OFD type I syndrome: lessons learned from a rare ciliopathy
|1:10pm||Closing remarks and awards (Philippe Bastin, Hannah Mitchison, Evi Goggolidou).|