LIBST Symposium - December 18, 2018

Seminar Room "Carnoy", Croix du Sud, 4-5, Louvain-la-Neuve

Program

LIBST in progress

8h50

Welcome address from the president Prof. François Chaumont

9h00-9h40

Isabelle Donnay

The life of a (bovine) embryo today

9h40-10h20

Benoit Desguin

Biosynthesis and functions of the nickel pincer cofactor

Coffee break (10h20-10h50)

10h50-11h30

Patrick Dumont

Regulation of the mitochondrial death functions of p53

11h30-12h10

Melissa Page

Mitochondrial DNA Epigenetics and Ageing: an explorative study in the short-lived African Turquoise Killifish

12h10-12h30

The  iGEM team 2018

  BactWars, the UCLouvain iGEM project 2018:  
  designing a genetic antibiotic

Lunch 12h35-13h30

Live in silico: big data, system biology, bioinformatics and modelling

13h30-14h15

Frédéric Rousseau

(KULeuven)

Targeted protein functional knockdown by amyloid aggregation

14h15-15h00

Martine Prévost

(ULB)

Mechanism of Substrate Transport and Selectivity by Amino acid Transporters involved in bacterial acid resistance Systems studied by Molecular Simulations

Coffee break (15h00-15h30)

15h30-16h15

Sam Behjati

(Sanger Institute, University of Cambridge)

Single cell RNA sequencing reveals the identity of cancer cells

16h15- 17h

Jonathan van Eyll

(UCB Pharma)

A framework for molecular and translational understanding of diseases, models & treatments

Pause

Célébration de Véronique Guns

17h15-17h35

Remerciements par le Prof François Chaumont

Closure of the symposium and Reception