Cell Polarity and membrane trafficking, 10-15 May 2014Cell Polarity and membrane trafficking, 10-15 May 2014

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    Chairs

    Chair: Daniel St Johnston, Gurdon Institute, UK

    Co-chair: Enrique J. Rodriguez-Boulan, Weill Cornell Medical College, US

    Daniel St Johnston
    Enrique J. Rodriguez-Boulan

    Speakers & talks

    Confirmed speakers and talks will include:

    • Alfredo Caceres, Instituto Mercedes y Martín Ferreyra, Córdoba, Argentina
    • Scott Emr, Cornell University, Ithaca, USA
    • Sandrine Etienne-Manneville, Institut Pasteur, Paris, France
    • Cayetano Gonzalez, IRB, Barcelona, Spain
    • Gillian Griffiths, University of Cambridge, UK
    • Alan Hall, Sloan-Kettering, USA
    • Elisabeth Knust, MPI Dresden, Germany
    • Fernando Martin-Belmonte, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
    • Keith Mostov, UCSF, USA
    • Yoshihisa Oda, University of Tokyo, Japan
    • Ian Macara, Vanderbilt University, USA
    • Franck Perez, Institut Curie, France
    • Catherine Rabouille, Hubrecht Institute, Utrecht, Netherlands
    • Eric Sahai, CRUK London Research Institute, UK
    • Anne Spang, University of Basel, Switzerland
    • Barry Thompson, CRUK London Research Institute, UK
    • Ulrich Tepass, University of Toronto, Canada
    • Clotilde Thery, Institut Curie, France
    • Manuel Thery, CEA, Paris France
    • Thomas Vaccari, Milan, Italy

    Alfredo Caceres

    Lecture title: A RhoA signaling pathway regulates Golgi outpost formation

    Instituto Mercedes Martín Ferreyra, Córdoba, Argentina

    Scott Emr

    Lecture title: Sorting out protein traffic: Ubiquitin-mediated endocytosis and ESCRT-mediated endosomal sorting

    Cornell University, Ithaca, USA

    Sandrine Etienne-Manneville

    Lecture title: Cell polarization during collective migration

    Institut Pasteur, Paris, France

    Cayetano Gonzales

    Lecture title: The multiple roles of Centrobin in cell polarity in Drosophila

    IRB, Barcelona, Spain

    Gillian Griffiths

    Lecture title: Polarised secretion from killer cells

    University of Cambridge, UK

    Alan Hall

    Plenary lecture

    Sloan-Kettering, USA

     

     

     

    Elisabeth Knust

    Lecture title: From epithelial cell polarity to retinal degeneration - lessons from Drosophila.

    MPI Dresden, Germany

    Ian Macara

    Lecture title: Polarity Proteins as Tumor Suppressors

    Vanderbilt University, Nashville, USA

    Fernando Martin-Belmonte

    Lecture title: New insights on the mechanistic control of epithelial morphogenesis.

    Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

    Keith Mostov

    Lecture title: Cracking the molecular code for epithelial tissue organization and polarity.

    UCSF, USA

    Yoshihisa Oda

    Lecture title: Self-organization of cell wall patterns through the Rho GTPase-cortical microtubule interplay.

    University of Tokyo, Japan

    Franck Perez

    Lecture title: Microtubule-dependent and indepedent trafficking revealed using a synchronized secretion assay

    Institut Curie, France

    Catherine Rabouille

    Lecture title: Extracellular cleavage of E-cadherin promotes epithelial apical cell extrusion

    Hubrecht Institute, Utrecht Netherlands

    Enrique Rodriguez-Boulan

    Lecture title: Role of AP-1 in cell polarity

    Weill-Cornell Medical College, New York, USA

    Erik Sahai

    Lecture title: Cell Polarity in Cancer Cell Invasion

    CRUK London Research Institute, UK

    Anne Spang

    Lecture title: Regulation of traffic at the crossing of endosomal and secretory pathways

    University of Basel, Switzerland

    Barry Thompson

    Lecture title: Epithelial Polarity in Drosophila

    CRUK London Research Institute, UK

    Ulrich Tepass

    Lecture title: Linking Polarity Proteins to Vesicle Trafficking in Epithelial Cells

    University of Toronto, Canada

    Clotilde Thery

    Lecture title: Molecular mechanisms of exosomes and extracellular vesicle secretion

    University of Toronto, Canada

    Manuel Thery

    Lecture title: Polarity reversal during epithelial to mesenchymal transitionwww

    CEA, Paris, France

    Thomas Vaccari

    Lecture title: Acid test for development. The role of vacuolar ATPase in signaling.

    IFOM - FIRC Institute of Molecular Oncology, Italy

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