Summer School

The first edition of the IMRB International Summer University took place in July 2019 and was devoted to environmental stress in the development of chronic diseases.

The second will normally be held in July 2021, we will inform you of the exact date and theme of this new edition.

 

In the meantime, you can consult the programme of this previous edition as well as the photos taken during this event.

 

IMRB Summer School, July 3-5, 2019

 

The first edition of the IMRB International Summer University took place from 3 to July 2019 at the ANSES headquarters in Maisons-Alfort. It was devoted to environmental stress in the development of chronic diseases. Four main sessions were proposed:

 

1) nutritional stress and infection in the development of diseases;

2) pollution and inflammation in chronic diseases;

3) molecular mechanisms of inflammation; and

4) role of environmental agencies and start-ups in combating the burden of chronic diseases.

 

 

 

 

Each session was an opportunity to hear from CIRM and foreign researchers at the forefront of the proposed scientific themes, as well as representatives of French and European environmental agencies and start-ups.

 

A visit to the environmental laboratory at the University of Paris Est, a workshop on project design and short presentations from selected abstracts are integrated in the program, enabling young researchers to work directly with senior investigators to promote their scientific training.

 

 

Speakers :

 

Bin GAO (Laboratory of Liver Diseases, NIH Bethesda, USA), Geneviève DERUMEAUX (IMRB), Fatima CLERC (IMRB), François HUAUX (Université catholique de Louvain, Brussels, Belgium), Sophie LANONE (IMRB), Haidong KAN (School of Public Health, Fudan University, Shanghai, China), Roberto MOTTERLINI (IMRB), Sudha RAO (University of Canberra, Australia), Jesus ARAUJO (Cardiovascular Center, UCLA, Los Angeles, USA), Gérard LASFARGUES (ANSES, French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety), Arnoud AKKERMAN, (National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, Netherlands), Eric POINCELET (PlanetWatch 24 – Pollutrack, France), Robert BAROUKI (University of Parsi Descartes, Paris, France), Basile CHAIX (Pierre Louis Institute of Epidemiology and Public Health, Paris, France)