Retreat MCD


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Monday April 3RD

08:00                 Meeting at the CBI

08:15                 Departure of the buses to Saint-Lary

10:30 - 11:00   Welcome Coffee

11:00 - 11:10    Opening: Kerstin Bystricky and the board will sing and dance “La Carioca”

11:00 - 12:00   SESSION 1 – short talks (3 min presentations)

T1- Philippe Valenti (Payre)
Implementation and validation of a real-time visualization system of genetic loci in Drosophila: the Anchor system

T2- Chaima Azouzi (Gadal/Beckoüet)
A history of Pol I premature termination: attenuated in the mutant F301S, targeted by BMH-21

T3- Léo Rolland (Besson)
Role of p27 in governing metabolism, and potential for targeting cancer cells

T4- Sophie Tagneres (Plisson)
The 5S RNP role in the nucleolar stress response

T5- Meritxell Font Noguera (Suzanne)
Analysis of Epithelial-to-Mesenchymal Transition dynamics in vivo

T6- Nadia Formicola (Pinto)
Building coherent neuronal networks: an RNA perspective

T7- Olivier Fosseprez (Cuvier)
Roles of non-coding RNAs & RNA Helicases in genome functional & spatial organisation

T8- Delphine Bretonnière (Pituello)
Temporal control of neurogenesis by cell cycle dynamics: from modeling to experimental analysis

T9- Hussein Hamze (Henry/Henras)
A new tool to study ribosomal RNA modification and folding

T10- Manon Batista (Clouet d’Orval)
RNA-processing and degrading machines in Archaea

T11- Luana Cintori (Trouche)
Novel optogenic tool for the study of the management of oxidative damages targeted on DNA

12:30 - 13:30     Lunch at “The Ramondies”

13:30 - 14:00    Check-in and getting ready for outdoor activity

14:00 - 18:30    Outdoor activity: Snowshoes walk along the “vallée du Badet”.

18:30 - 19:45    SESSION 2 – Explore projects (10 min presentations + 5 min questions)

T12- Jennifer Zanet
Identification of smORF encoded peptides using ribosome profiling

T13- Fernando Muzzopapa
Exploring the nuclear Landscape: New Techniques for Studying Protein Compartmentalization

T14- Yves Roméo
Regulation of ribosome biogenesis by the MAPK pathway

T15- Elise Cau
Exploring circadian entrainment in a diurnal vertebrate: the zebrafish, using live imaging in the whole larvae

T16- Nathalie Vanzo
Extracellular vesicles regulate stress hematopoiesis in Drosophila

20:30 - 2:00     Dinner and party


Tuesday April 4th

07:30 - 08:45     Breakfast buffet

09:00 - 09:45     SESSION 3 – New teams (10 min présentations + 5 min questions)

T17- Célia Plisson
Introducing the Oncorib research team

T18- Clément Chapat
Tracking how the mRNA decay machineries shape the proteome

T19- Pierre Weiss
MAMBO : mathématiques pour l''imagerie biologique

09:45 - 11:15     SESSION 4 – Open discussions

Open discussion with brief presentations followed by discussions on community expectation

9h45 – 10h20     6 presentations 6 min

T20- Jérome Cavaillé
From Mouse to Drosophila: A role of SNORD13 in targeting rRNA for N4-acetylcytidine: from human to fly through Zebrafish

T21- Anna Mattout
C. elegans and microbiote

T22- Thomas Jungas
Pole: human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells and Neural Organoids

T23- Marion Aguirrebengoa
What's new (or not) on bigA facility

T24- Thomas Clouaire

T25- Pierre-Emmanuel Gleizes
We are Genotoul

10h20 – 11h00     Discussions + coffee break

11:00 - 12:30     SESSION 5 – Organization aspects (10 min presentation + 10 min questions)

T26- Patrice Vittali
M1 and M2 BMC

T27- Julie Batut/Didier Trouche, Olivier Gadal and Marta Kwapisz
BSB doctoral school

T28- Christophe Audouard
MCD Carbon Footprint : Reports …. and prospects

T29- Le comité d’animation scientifique
Discussion about scientific animation

13:00 - 14:00     Lunch at “The Ramondies”

14:30 - 15:00     Check out and departure

17:30                    Arrival at the CBI