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8th Institut Cochin Symposium "Respiratory diseases: what is (new) in the a...

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Amphitéâtre Jean Dausset, hôpital Cochin

27 rue du Faubourg St-Jacques

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9:15 Welcome

9:30 Introduction : Pierre-Régis Burgel, Jamil Jubrail and Florence Niedergang

Session 1

09:30 Manfred Kopf (ETH Zürich, Switzerland): Origin and drivers of tissue macrophages

10:00 Deborah Bogaert (University of Edinburgh, UK): The role of the respiratory microbiome in health and disease

10:30 Coffee break

Session 2

11:00 Michael Tunney (Queen's University Belfast, UK): City of microbes: investigating complex airway microbial communities in chronic respiratory disease

11:30 Andres Floto (University of Cambridge, UK): The growing threat of Mycobacterium abscessus

12:00 Véronique Witko-Sarsat (Institut Cochin, Paris, France): Neutrophils apoptosis and their phagocytosis by macrophages as new target to promote the resolution in lung inflammation

12:30 Lunch

Session 3

14:00 Matthias Gunzer (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany): The impact of invasive aspergillosis and sterile inflammation on the whole organ level

14:30 Mike Edwards (Imperial College, London, UK): Understanding innate immune response to rhinovirus and their impact on asthma exacerbations

15:00 Jamil JUBRAIL (Institut Cochin, Paris, France): New insights into how rhinovirus impairs macrophages functions

15:30 Coffee break

Session 4

16:00 Nisha Kurian (Mölndal, Sweden): Modulation of the pathways regulating host defence mechanisms in COPD

16:30 Caroline Owen (Harward Medical School, Boston, USA): Club cell protein 16 (CC16): A novel therapeutic target for COPD

17:00 Closing remarks

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