CampYGERM

 

CCC-2011

CampyGerm’s Campylobacter Conference


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Göttingen, 14. - 15.10.2011

Program

Friday, 14.10.2011:


9.00 – 9.10:A.E. Zautner, Göttingen, DE:

         Welcome address


9.10 – 10.00:A. Karlyshev, Kingston upon Thames, UK:

Keynote lecture:Molecular mechanisms and biological role of Campylobacter coccoid form formation, and studies of bacterial adhesins and host cell receptors


10.05 – 10.35:G. Gorkiewicz/E. Zechner, Graz, AT:

Comparative genetic analysis of Campylobacter fetus subspecies: model system for bacterial niche specificity and mucosal infection


10.40 – 11.10:Coffee Break


11.10 – 11.40:A. van Vliet, Norwich, UK:

Transcriptome evolution in Campylobacter and other Epsilon-Proteobacteria


11.45 – 12.15: D. Kelly, Sheffield, UK

Campylobacter metabolism inside and

outside of the host


12.20 – 12.50: D. Hofreuter, Hannover, DE

Metabolism and virulence: how nutrient acquisition affects Campylobacter jejuni colonization and persistence


12.55 – 14.00:Lunch Break


14.00 – 14.30      Posterwalk


14.30 – 15.00:F. Hilbert, Vienna, AT:

Survival mechanisms in Campylobacter along the food production chain


15.05 – 15.35:R. Lugert, Göttingen, DE:

Characterization of virulence factors of Campylobacter jejuni


15.40 – 16.10:H. Ingmer, Copenhagen, DK:

Environmental adaptability of Campylobacter jejuni



16.15 – 16.30:Coffee Break


16.30 – 17.00:F. Colles, Oxford, UK:

Analysis of MLST data to investigate the epidemiology and population structure of Campylobacter


17.05 – 17.35:S. Stingl, Berlin, DE:

                    Quo vadis? – Monitoring Campylobacter in Germany



17.40 - 18.10 A.E. Zautner, Göttingen, DE:

Campylobacter jejuni subtyping and source tracking



19.30: Evening dinner





Saturday, 15.10.2011:


09.00 – 09.30:S. Bereswill, Berlin, DE:

Toll-like-receptor signaling aggravates acute Campylobacter jejuni mediated immunopathology in gnotobiotic IL-10 deficient mice



09.35 – 10.05:T. Alter, Berlin, DE:

Characteristics of Campylobacter lari in bivalve molluscs



10.10 – 10.40:M. Heimesaat, Berlin, DE

Novel Murine Infection Models Provide Deep Insights into the „Ménage à Trois“ of Campylobacter jejuni, Microbiota and Host Innate Immunity



10.45 – 11.15:Coffee Break



11.15 – 11.45:I. Hänel, Jena, DE:

Binding differences of Campylobacter jejuni to avian and human intestinal cells



11.50 - 12.20:S. Rautenschlein, Hannover, DE:

Immunological investigations in chickens on C. jejuni isolates of avian and human origin



12.25 – 12.55:A. Heikema, Rotterdam, NL:

Interaction of C. jejuni with human macrophages



13.00 – 13.30:R. Louwen, Rotterdam, NL:Sialylation of Campylobacter jejuni lipo-oligosaccharides facilitates

epithelial translocation



13.35 – 14.35Lunch Buffet



14.40 – 15.10:S. Backert, Dublin, IRE:

Bacterial factors and molecular signalling in Campylobacter jejuni host cell invasion



15.15 - 15.30:U. Groß, Göttingen, DE:

Conclusion and future challenges


                                     Anmeldung / Registration


    Bitte melden Sie sich mit einer formlosen E-Mail bei Frau Angela Aurin-Gerke an: aaurin@gwdg.de

    Geben SIe hierbei bitte ihre Namen, Institution, E-Mail, Ort und Land!


          Please register via an informal e-mail to Mrs. Angela Aurin-Gerke: aaurin@gwdg.de

          including your name, institution, e-mail, city and country !



                Teilnahmegebühr/                 Studenten/: 30 €             Nicht-Studenten/: 60 €

                participation fee                    students                           non-students 


       Jedermann ist dazu eingeladen eigene Forschungsergebnisse auf einem Poster zu präsentieren.

                                Every one is invited to present own research results on a poster.


          INFO für Ärzte: Für die Veranstaltung wurden von der Landesärztekammer Niedersachsen

                                               12 Weiterbildungspunkte genehmigt


          INFO für Tierärzte: Für die Veranstaltung wurden von der Landestierärztekammer Niedersachsen

                                               12 Weiterbildungspunkte genehmigt 


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