Programme  Titles  Presenters 
Sunday, September 17, 2017
11:00-13:00  Registration
Tramuntana Foyer
13:00-13:10  Welcome and introduction
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13:10-17:00  Session 1: Revisiting Glia
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13:10-14:00  [K01] Carla Shatz, Stanford University, USA | Surprise at the Synapse: MHC class I and pruning in developmental critical periods and Alzheimer's disease
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14:00-14:30  [INV01] Beth Stevens, Children's Hospital Boston, Harvard University, USA | How microglia eliminate synapse in health and disease
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14:30-15:00  [INV02] Francisco Quintana, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, USA | Regulation of CNS inflammation and neurodegeneration by astrocytes
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15:00-15:30  Refreshment break
Tramuntana 1
15:30-16:00  [INV03] Marc Freeman, Oregon Health & Science University, USA | Glial engulfment functions in the developing and mature brain
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16:00-16:30  [INV04] Shane Liddelow, Stanford University, USA | Neurotoxic reactive astrocytes in neuroinflammation and neurodegenerative disease
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16:30-16:45  Unanticipated contribution of myeloid progenitors to brain pericyte development in the neurovascular unit [ST01]
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16:45-17:00  Microglial self-renewal and proliferation in the healthy and diseased brain [ST02]
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17:00-18:00  Welcome drinks reception
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Monday, September 18, 2017
08:30-11:45  Session 2: Neurodegeneration
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08:30-09:00  [INV05] Marco Colonna, Washington University School of Medicine, USA | TREM2 is a global regulator of microglia energetic and biosynthetic metabolism during steady state and in Alzheimer's disease
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09:00-09:30  [INV06] Lawrence Steinman, Stanford University, USA | Essential Differences between Neurodegeneration and Neuroinflammation
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09:30-09:45  IL-17A controls expression of IL-17 lineage cytokines through a negative feedback loop involving IL-24, and limits autoimmune disease [ST03]
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09:45-10:00  Blood Brain Barrier- IL-1signaling drives neuroinflammation [ST04]
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10:00-10:30  Refreshment break - Sponsored by Takeda
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10:30-11:00  [INV07] Li-Huei Tsai, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA | Temporal tracking of microglia activation in neurodegeneration at single-cell resolution
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11:00-11:30  [INV08] Burkhard Becher, University of Zurich, Switzerland | The T Cell-Myeloid Connection in CNS Inflammation
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11:30-11:45  Structural and functional mechanisms underlying CNS drainage and immune surveillance by the meningeal lymphatic vasculature [ST05]
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11:45-12:30  Meet the Cell Press Editors
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12:30-13:30  Lunch
Noray Restaurant
13:30-14:30  Poster Session 1
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14:30-17:45  Session 3: Neuroimmune Development and Homeostasis
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14:30-15:00  [INV09] Florent Ginhoux, Singapore Immunology Network, Singapore | Induced pluripotent stem cell-derived primitive macrophages as a cellular platform to model tissue-resident macrophage differentiation and function
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15:00-15:30  [INV10] Sonia Garel, École Normale Supérieure, France | Early wiring of the neocortex: Microglia, inflammation, sex and germs
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15:30-16:00  [INV11] Richard Ransohoff, Biogen, USA | Revisiting microglia
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16:00-16:30  Refreshment break
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16:30-17:00  [INV12] Christopher Glass, University of California, San Diego, USA | Nature and nurture of macrophage identity and function
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17:00-17:30  [INV13] Jonathan Kipnis, University of Virginia School of Medicine, USA | Are microglia replaceable?
Tramuntana 2 & 3
17:30-17:45  Brown adipose tissue macrophages control tissue innervation and homeostatic energy expenditure [ST06]
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18:30-22:00  Meet the speakers dinner (ticket holders only)
Finca Mas Solers
 
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
08:45-12:15  Session 4: Inflammatory Microenvironments and Neuroimmune Interfaces
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08:45-09:15  [INV14] Robyn Klein, Washington University School of Medicine, USA | Decreased adult neurogenesis underlies virus-induced memory dysfunction
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09:15-09:45  [INV15] Johanna Joyce, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research/University of Lausanne, Switzerland | Navigating the immune cell landscape in brain malignancies
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09:45-10:00  The olfactory bulb as an immunological barrier in intranasal virus infection [ST07]
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10:00-10:15  Choline acetyltransferase in anti-viral T cells aids control of protracted infection [ST08]
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10:15-10:45  Refreshment break
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10:45-11:15  [INV16] Josep Dalmau, IDIBAPS/University of Barcelona, Spain and University of Pennsylvania, USA | Anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis and other antibody-mediated diseases of the synapse
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11:15-11:45  [INV17] Diana Bautista, University of California, Berkeley, USA | Neural control of itch and inflammation in atopic dermatitis
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11:45-12:00  Sensory TRP channels as molecular sensors of bacterial endotoxins [ST09]
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12:00-12:15  Tissue-specific neuroendocrine regulation of NKp46+ innate lymphoid cell (ILC) function is required for host antiviral defence [ST10]
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12:15-13:15  Lunch
Noray Restaurant
13:15-14:15  Poster Session 2
Tramuntana 1
14:15-17:45  Session 5: Gut-Brain Axis
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14:15-14:45  [INV18] Dan Littman, Skirball Institute, New York University School of Medicine, USA | Lymphocyte interactions with neurons in the brain and gut
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14:45-15:15  [INV19] Marco Prinz, University of Freiburg, Germany | Myeloid cells in the brain
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15:15-15:30  An aberrant immune response to an ocular commensal results in disease in a mouse model of Muckle-Wells Syndrome [ST11]
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15:30-16:00  Refreshment break
Tramuntana 1
16:00-16:30  [INV20] Sarkis Mazmanian, California Institute of Technology, USA | Gut Microbiota Contribute to Motor Symptoms and Pathology in Parkinson’s Disease
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16:30-16:45  Maternal gut bacteria promote neurodevelopmental abnormalities in mouse offspring [ST12]
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16:45-17:35  [K02] Ruslan Medzhitov, Yale School of Medicine, USA | Shared strategies in the nervous and immune systems
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17:35-17:45  Closing Remarks
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