SFG - 2017 Meeting

Montpellier, November 16, 17 & 18

Conférence grand public

CRISPR,
Le Couteau Suisse du Génie Génétique.

Jeudi 16 Novembre 2017 

Cette conférence (en français) donnant l’état de l’Art et traitant des aspects sociétaux et éthiques, sera suivie d'une table ronde/débat  et d'un échange avec les orateurs et le public autour d'une collation.

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Thursday 16th November - Jeudi 16 novembre
Amphi Dumontet, Faculté des Sciences, bât 7 - UM
(in this session talks will be in french)

16h00 Welcome & registration || Accueil et émargement
17h00 Opening of the Meeting || Ouverture du Colloque

Opening talks by local representatives || Discours d'ouverture par les Officiels
Ph. Augé - Président de l'UM, C. Navarre, Conseillère Métropolitaine en charge de la prévention Santé, J. Bockaert - Directeur du Pôle BioSanté Rabelais, J-Y Le Guennec - Directeur du Département Scientifique Biologie Santé UM, A. Hoffmann - Directeur de la Faculté des Sciences, et X.X - élu de la CCI de l'Hérault

17h30 “State of the Art” Conference || Conférence sur l'Etat de l'Art
Invited speaker || Conférencier invité : Christian Siatka, Ecole de l’ADN Nîmes, France

18h15 “Round table conference with the audience: reflexions on ethical issues” || Table ronde et échanges avec le public sur les questions éthiques posées par l’édition du génome
Christian Siatka (Nîmes), John De Vos (Montpellier), Anastasios Brenner (Montpellier), Christian Bleux (Paris), Guillaume Bagnolini (Montpellier) et les conférenciers du programme scientifique.
Moderators || Modérateurs : Cyril Sarrauste de Menthière (Montpellier)

19h00 Welcome Drinks || Apéritif de Bienvenue



Friday 17th November
Amphi Dumontet, Faculté des Sciences, bât 7 - UM

08h15 Welcome & registration
08h45
 Opening talks by local representatives
A. Hoffmann - Directeur de la Faculté des Sciences, & ...

09h00 Session "Bacterial Immunity and Beyond" (chair: Anne-Marie Martinez, Montpellier)
Invited speaker: Sylvain Moineau, Québec, Canada
"Bacterial Immunity and Beyond"

10h00 Coffee break + Poster session || Partners’ Symposia (click to see abstracts):
               - New England BioLabs "Simplified Genome Editing and Detection Workflows"
               - PerkinElmer "Fast Genotyping of Genome-Edited Animals using Heteroduplex Mobility Assay and the LabChip® GX Touch™ Instrument"

11h30 Talks selected from abstracts (15min. including discussion, each) 
  - S. Gandon (Montpellier, FR) “Using CRISPR to study evolutionary emergence of infectious disease
  - A. Yagoubat (Montpellier, FR) “CRISPR-Cas9-Mediated Genome editing in Trypanosomatid parasites
  - Z. Haftek-Terreau (Lyon, FR) “Identification and functional analysis of transposable element-derived neogenes in fish
  - R. Loesch (Paris, FR) “AAV mediated and in vivo CRISPR/Cas9 delivery to mimic CRELOX mouse models and liver carcinogenesis
  - B. Schuettengruber (Montpellier, FR) “Dissecting the functional importance of Polycomb Response Element (PRE) interactions for the formation of epigenetic chromatin domains in Drosophila

12h45 Lunch break, buffet

14h15 Lecture (chair: Christian Siatka, Nimes)
Ben Davies, Oxford, UK
"Generation of genetically modified mouse models using CRISPR/Cas9 site-specific nucleases"

15h15 Session "Developmental and Physiological Genetics" (chair: Nicolas Nègre, Montpellier)
Invited speaker: Jean-Paul Concordet, Paris, France
"Genome editing with CRISPR-Cas9 : can it get any better ?"

15h45 Coffee break + Poster session || Partners’ Symposia (click to see abstracts):
              Life&Soft "CRISPR LifePipe® : A single application for all CRISPR bioinformatics needs"
              Advanced Analytical Technologies  "Automating CRISPR Genome Editing Cell Screening"

17h15 Talks selected from abstracts (15min. including discussion, each)
  - J. Deraze (Paris, FR) “Mutants without markers - Separating the functions of essential gene RpL12/uL11
  - D. Detilleux (Montpellier, FR) “CRISPR/Cas9-based genome editing combined with the auxin-inducible degron to study direct effects of a transcriptional regulator
  - H. Tricoire (Paris, FR) “New Drosophila models of repeat expanded diseases

18h00 Invited speaker: Norbert Perrimon, Boston, USA
"CRISPR-based methods for in vitro and in vivo functional analyses"

19h00 Free evening


Saturday 18th November
Amphi Dumontet, Faculté des Sciences, bât 7 - UM

08h30 Welcome & registration

09h00 Session "From Functional Genomics to Applications" 
(chair: Dom Helmlinger, Montpellier)

Invited speaker: Fabien Nogué, Versailles, France 
"Impact of new targeted genome modification techniques (CRISPR-Cas9) on plant breeding"

10h00 Coffee break + Poster session

11h00 Talks selected from abstracts (15min. including discussion, each)
  - S. Schedel (Einbeck, DE) “Uni-parental genome elimination in tobacco via modification of the centromere-specific histone 3 induced by RNA-guided Cas9-endonuclease
  - A. Collignon (Marseille, FR) “ASXL1-mutated cell line by CRISPR-CAS9 as an in vitro model for epidrugs screening
  - G. Divita (Nîmes, FR) “In Vivo Gene Editing with CRISPR/CAS9 Using Peptide based Nanoparticle
  - M. Lewis (Bordeaux, FR) ”Identification of Imatinib-Sensitizing Genes in Chronic Myeloid Leukemia using a Genome-Scale CRISPR Library
  - F. Lichou (Bordeaux, FR) ”Single nucleotide modification in the BCL2L13 gene by CRISPR-Cas9 technology and the homology-independent targeted integration strategy

12h15 Lunch break, buffet

14h00 Invited speaker: Evi Soutoglou, Illkirch, France

14h30 Presentation of the SFG Isabelle Busseau (IGH, SFG) + Best talk & poster prizes awarded by a jury of Master Students from Montpellier University: 
      - BIOTIN
      - Cancer-Biology
      - Génétique, Epigénétique, Contrôle du Déterminisme Cellulaire
      - Médecine Expérimentale et Régénératrice
      - Microbiologie et Immunologie
      - Neurosciences


15h00 End of meeting

15h15 Assemblée Générale de la Société Française de Génétique