(subvention de la SFC) Paris du 19 au 21 octobre 2016
19/10 (2-6 pm) :Telomeres and telomerase in health
Opening lecture Helen Blau (title to be announced) Stig Bojesen: Telomere length and health: correlation and causation Talks from proffered abstracts
Telomere protection and maintenance Keynote lecture Titia de Lange : How shelterin solves the end-protection problem
Joachim Lingner: Telomere troubles during chromatin damage and oxidative stress David Shore: Action of Rif1 in telomere protection and global control of DNA replication timing Talks from proffered abstracts. Poster session.
Telomeres, aging and cancer
Keynote lecture Eric Gilson : Extracurricular activities of TRF2 Lenhard K Rudolph: Immune response in telomere dysfunction induced aging Miguel Ferreira: The role of telomere shortening in cancer and aging in zebrafish. Talks from proffered abstracts. Closing lecture Roger R. Reddel: ALT in cancer: from mechanisms to potential treatment options