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The interplay between cell death, cell stress and metabolism is crucial for sensing danger posed by pathogens but also in the response to pathogen-independent tissue damage. These processes are almost invariably associated with inflammation which can result in several different outcomes: (i) induction of an effective immune response to the infective agent; (ii) increased tissue damage; and (iii) and the immunological response that is mounted to response to them. At this conference we will discuss the basic biological principles that govern cell death, cell stress and metabolism. We will also cover how cellular stress and alterations in metabolism influence the cellular death programs such as apoptosis, necroptosis, ferroptosis and others. Importantly, this conference aims to become the go-to forum at which the most current and up-to-date therapeutic avenues in the fields of cell death, cell stress and metabolism will be presented and discussed.
Take advantage of this fantastic opportunity for students! Fully paying academics can bring a student for only $785. Unfortunately, Postdocs are not eligible. Both registration packages include; accommodation for the 7, 8, 9 May 2022 (on a shared basis for students) and a 24hour all-inclusive food and beverage package for the conference period. Once registered, please contact Jack Peters to obtain a special registration link for your student.
Confirmed Invited Speakers
Navdeep Chandel (Northwestern University)
Gina DeNicola (Moffitt Cancer Center)
Douglas Green (St. Jude Children's Research Hospital)
Scott Lowe (MSKCC)
Anna Obenauf (Research Institute of Molecular Pathology)
David Ruggero (University of California, San Francisco)
Celeste Simon (University of Pennsylvania)
Karen Vousden (Francis Crick Institute)
From basic researchers all the way to people in the biotech and pharma industries who are interested in cell death, cell stress, metabolism, inflammation, immunity and their impact on disease, would like to be on top of the newest development in this interconnected field and want to form part of a meeting which is specifically geared towards providing a platform for the presentation and discussion of up-to-date fundamental, preclinical and translational research.
- To be on top of the cell death field with regard to distinct mechanisms of programmed cell death and how they differentially affect inflammation and immunity
- To understand the interplay between different forms of cell death, cell stress and metabolism
- To understand the impact of different forms of cell death on inflammation, (auto-)immunity, cancer and neurodegenerative diseases
- To develop an understanding for where the most promising treatment options are currently seen in these fields
- To learn what is presently being developed preclinically and what is already in clinical trials
- To develop a good sense for where the opportunities for the future lie, both with respect of mechanistic insight and treatment options for the various diseases affected by a dysregulated interplay between cell death, cell stress, metabolism inflammation and immunity
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