Programme  Titles  Presenters 
Sunday, September 27, 2015
11:00-14:30  Registration
14:30-14:45  Welcome & Introduction
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14:45-17:00  Session 1: Diversity and Stability of the Microbiome
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14:45-15:30  Opening Keynote Speaker: Julie Segre, NIH, USA [K01]
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15:30-16:00  Corinne Maurice, McGill University, Canada [INV01]
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16:00-16:30  Eran Elinav, Weizmann Institute, Israel [INV02]
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16:30-17:00  Michael Fischbach, University of California San Francisco, USA [INV03]
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17:00-18:30  Welcome Drinks & Reception
Bonaventure Room
18:30-20:30  Walking Tour (ticket holders)
 
Monday, September 28, 2015
09:00-12:30  Session 2: Microbiota and the Immune System
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09:00-09:30  Fiona Powrie, The Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, UK [INV04]
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09:30-10:00  Dan Littman, New York University, USA [INV05]
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10:00-10:15  Thinking outside the mouse: Development of an ex-vivo gut organ culture system [ST01]
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10:15-10:30  Human immune system adaptation to environmental influences during the first weeks of life [ST02]
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10:30-11:00  Refreshment break
Fontaine
11:00-11:30  Daniel Mucida, Rockefeller University, USA [INV06]
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11:30-12:00  Yasmine Belkaid, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH, USA [INV07]
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12:00-12:15  The gut microbiota-host communications and their therapeutic potential [ST03]
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12:15-12:30  Control of fungal microbiota colonization by diet, bacterial metabolites and host innate immunity [ST04]
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12:30-13:30  Lunch
Fontaine
13:30-15:00  Poster session I
Fontaine
15:00-17:45  Session 3: Microbiome, Infection & Cancer
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15:00-15:30  Nicola Harris, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland [INV08]
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15:30-16:00  Laurence Zitvogel, Institute Gustav Roussy, France [INV09]
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16:00-16:15  Microbiome-TP53 gene interaction in human lung cancer [ST05]
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16:15-16:45  Refreshment break
Fontaine
16:45-17:15  Herbert W. “Skip” Virgin, Washington University, USA [INV10]
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17:15-17:30  Role of microbial metabolites in shaping the intestinal stem cell niche [ST06]
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17:30-17:45  Akkermansia muciniphila mediates effects of IFNã on glucose metabolism [ST07]
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19:00-22:30  Meet the Speakers Dinner
 
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
09:00-12:00  Session 4: Microbiome and Human Disease
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09:00-09:30  Mike Surette, McMaster University, Canada [INV11]
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09:30-10:00  Eric Pamer, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, USA [INV12]
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10:00-10:15  The interplay between gut microbial dysbiosis and immune dysfunction with age [ST08]
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10:15-10:45  Refreshment break
Fontaine
10:45-11:15  Brett Finlay, University of British Columbia, Canada [INV13]
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11:15-11:45  Bali Pulendran, Emory University, USA [INV14]
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11:45-12:00  Inflammatory demyelination in multiple sclerosis correlates with brain microbiota perturbation [ST09]
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12:00-13:00  Lunch
Fontaine
13:00-14:15  Poster Session II
Fontaine
14.15-15:00  Q&A Session with the Cell Press Editors
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15:00-18:15  Session 5: Big Data, Synthetic Biology & the Microbiome
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15:00-15:30  Timothy Lu, MIT, USA [INV15]
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15:30-16:00  Elhanan Borenstein, University of Washington, USA [INV16]
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16:00-16:15  Species-function relationships shape ecological properties of the human gut microbiome [ST10]
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16:15-16:30  Novel proteomics tools for quantifying host-microbe interactions [ST11]
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16:30-17:00  Refreshment break
Fontaine
17:00-17:30  Owen White, University of Maryland, USA [INV17]
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17:30-18:15  Closing Keynote Speaker: David Relman, Stanford University, USA [K02]
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