Alliance Française contre les Maladies Parasitaires


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The Biology of Host-Parasite Interactions Gordon Research Conference (GRC) will take place at the beautiful Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island, USA, from June 14 to 19, 2020.

Multiple Parafrap speakers: Frédéric Bringaud, Mohamed-ali Hakimi, Gordon Langsley, Maryse Lebrun and our new partner Gerald Spaeth.

Apply here (abstracts for posters or selected talks submission too) :
https://www.grc.org/biology-of-host-parasite-interactions-conference/2020/

Application deadline : May 17, 2020

Programme:

Sexual Differentiation and Quorum Sensing

Laura Knoll (University of Wisconsin), Isabel Roditi (University of Bern), Andy Waters (University of Glasgow)

Immunology and Immuno-Suppression

P’ng Loke (NYU), Eva Frickel (The Crick Institute, UK), Meera Nair (UC Riverside)

Genome Instability and Genetic Diversity

Gerald Spaeth (Pasteur Institute), Jane Carlton (NYU), Richard Davis (University of Colorado), Jenny Guler (University of Virginia)

Parasite Motility and Invasion

Freddy Frischknecht (University of Heidelberg, Germany), Eva Gluenz (Oxford University, UK), Maryse LeBrun (University of Montpellier, France)

Parasite Dormancy and Persistence

Annemarie Voorberg van der Wel (Rijwsijk, Netherlands), Jon Boyle (University of Pittsburgh), Jean- Claude Dujardin (Antwerp, Belgium), Alex Paredez (University of Washington)

Molecular Biology and Gene Expression

Iris Bruchhaus (Bernhard Nocht Institute, Germany), Lyn-Marie Birkholtz (University of Pretoria, South Africa), Mohammed Ali-Hakimi (Grenoble, France)

Host Cell Responses and Manipulation by Parasites

Stefan Svard (Uppsala University, Sweden), Gordon Langsley (Paris, France), Melissa Lodoen (University of California at Irvine), Alex Loukas (James Cooke University, Australia)

New Intervention Strategies

Boris Striepen (University of Pennsylvania, USA), Jenni Zambriski (Virginia Tech University, USA), Jorg Moerhle (Medicines for Malaria Venture), Emily Derbyshire (Duke University, USA)

Metabolism and Drug Targets

Fred Bringaud (Bordeaux, France), Maria Mota (Lisbon, Portugal), Julio Martin (GSK Tres Cantos), Karl Hoffman (Aberystwyth University)