Program

12.30
Lunch MPI (for speakers)
14.00
Opening SFB 829
14.10
Keynote lecture Kathleen Green
Northwestern University Chicago, USA
From epidermal morphogenesis to melanoma: Emerging roles of desmosomal cadherins
Session I: Cell fate and differentation in the skin
14.55
Tudorita Tumbar
Cornell University, New York, USA
Hair follicle stem cells and vasculature cross-talking in normal homeostasis of adult skin
15.25
Sandra Iden
SFB 829 Cologne
Crosstalk of polarity and mechanical signaling in epidermal homeostasis 
15.45
Coffee break
16.10
Catherin Niemann
SFB 829 Cologne
Molecular mechanisms underlying heterogeneity in hair follicle stem  cell function
16.30
Marja Mikkola
University of Helsinki, Finland
Epithelial-mesenchymal interactions in hair follicle induction
17.00
Carien Niessen
SFB 829 Cologne
Metabolic signaling in epidermal morphogenesis, homeostasis and disease
17.20
Get-together at CECAD
18.00
Poster session at CECAD
Session II: Cellular crosstalk in inflammation and wound healing
09.00
Sandrine Hendri
Aix Marseille Université, France
From tolerance to immunity: Phenotypic and functional complexity of the myeloid compartment
09.30
Manolis Pasparakis
SFB 829 Cologne
Cell death and inflammation in the skin
09.50
Cedric Gaggioli
University Cote d’Azur, Nice, France
Mechanical regulation of skin cancer development
10.20
Coffee break
11.00
Maria Sibilia
Institute of Cancer Research, Medical University of Vienna, Austria
Skin inflammation induced by EGFR targeted therapies
11.30
Sabine Eming
SFB 829 Cologne
Metabolic regulation of skin function
11.50
Keynote lecture Adrian Hayday
King’s College London, The Francis Crick Institute, UK
Seeing double: Risk assessment in tissue immunosurveillance
12.35
Lunch break (Meet-the-speakers)
Session III: Cell damage, regeneration and ageing
14.30
Yuval Rinkevich
German Research Center for Environmental Health, Munich, Germany
Successions between En1 + /- fibroblastic lineages drives dermal development, and its phenotypic transition from regeneration to scarring
15.00
Thomas Krieg
SFB 829 Cologne
Regulation of connective tissue deposition and organization by cell matrix interaction
15.20
John O’Neill
Cambridge Biomedical Campus, UK
Circadian actin dynamics drive rhythmic fibroblast mobilization during wound healing
15.50
Coffee break
16.30
Marco Demaria
University of Groningen; Euorpean Research Institute for the Biology of Ageing, Netherlands
Tumors as wounds that don’t heal: The case of cellular senescence
17.00
Jan Hoeijmakers
SFB 829 Cologne
The impact of DNA damage, transcription stress and nutrition on aging
17.20
Marco Foiani
Fondazione Istituto FIRC di Oncologia Molecolare, Milan, Italy
Mechanism coupling nuclear mechanics and cell migration
18.30
Speakers’ dinner
Session IV: Matrisomes, integrins and tissue remodeling
09.00
Keynote lecture Yasemine Belkaid
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, Bethesda, USA
Control of skin immunity and repair by the microbiota
09.45
Laura Machesky
University of Glasgow, UK
Rho GTPase regulation of melanoblast migration
10.15
Pere Roca-Cusachs
University of Barcelona, Spain
Sensing the matrix: transducing mechanical signals from integrins to the nucleus
10.45
Coffee break
11.15
Gerhard Sengle
SFB 829 Cologne
Integration of growth factor signaling by extracellular supramolecular networks
11.35
Johanna Ivaska
University of Turku, Finland
Integrin activity and adhesion dynamics
12.05
End of symposium

 

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