** Two key events on neuroinfection in 2010 ** 


International conference organized by IANIS (2‐6 Dec)  ARC‐WERC IBRO UNESCO school (27 Nov‐1 Dec)  (Reunion island, Indian Ocean)   The first International Conference on Infectious Diseases of the Nervous System, held  at Institute Pasteur in September 2008, was a resounding success.  It brought together  for  the  first  time  specialists  working  in  neurobiology,  microbiology,  immunology,  virology,  parasitology  and  clinical  neurology.    The  meeting  was  covered  by  a  Commentary in Lancet Neurology and PLOS pathogens.     The  Second  International  Conference  on  Infections  of  the  Nervous  System  will  take  place  in  St  Denis,  Reunion  Island  (Thursday  2nd  December  to  Monday  6th  December  2010).  Sessions will include: keynote lectures, pathogen‐host interactions, innate and  adaptive  immune  responses,  epilepsy  and  sleep  alterations,  imaging  CNS  infection,  treatments  and  vaccines  and  a  final  session  on  what  lies  ahead.  The  programme  will  also include a number of presentations on Chikungunya. Poster and oral presentation  sessions have also been scheduled.    The  meeting  will  be  preceded  by  a  joint  ARC‐WERC  IBRO  UNESCO  School  of  Neuroscience  on  “Pathogenic  and  neuroprotective  mechanisms  in  CNS  infections  prevalent in developing countries” in St Denis, Reunion Island (Saturday 27th November  ‐ 1th December 2010).  Students from Africa, Asia, Europe and the Indian Ocean region  (Reunion,  Mauritius,  Mayotte,  Madagascar,  Comoros,  and  Seychelles)  will  have  the  unique opportunity to learn about pathogenesis and important gaps in knowledge of  some  of  the  most  prevalent  diseases  of  the  nervous  system,  which  are  rarely  addressed  in  neuroscience  courses.    The  course  will  include  new  developments  on  emerging  infectious  diseases  and  stress  that  basic  neuroscience  must  play  a  crucial  role  in  research  on  the  pathogenesis  of  these  diseases  that  burden  tropical  and  developing  countries.  The  School  will  include  lectures,  literature  seminars  and  laboratory work as well as training in complementary skills. Students and teachers at  this school will also participate in the IANIS conference.    šÒAll  students  MUST  register  on  the  IBRO  Website  and  will  be  shortlisted  to  attend the school and the meeting (free of all charges)    http://schools.ibro.info/Pub/Pub_Main_Print.asp?LC_Docs_ID=4622

** Call for Abstracts IANIS conference **  Submit your research by 1st October 2010 

  The second International conference on infections of the nervous system organized by  the International Association of Neuroinfection Studies (IANIS) will take place  2‐6 December 2010, in St Denis, Reunion Island.    The meeting will gather and facilitate exchange between scientists working on different pathogens of  the  nervous  system.    Plenary  lectures  and  selected  oral  presentations  will  cover  recent  advances  in  immunology, virology, epidemiology, clinical studies and therapeutics of neuroinfections. Following the  2005/6 outbreak in the Indian Ocean there will also be a number of talks on Chikungunya.  A number of  abstracts will be selected for presentation as short oral communications.   

Topics include:  Pathogen‐host interactions in the nervous system  Innate and adaptive immune responses in the nervous system  Epilepsy and sleep alterations in infection  Imaging of neuroinfections  Treatment and vaccines for neuroinfections 



Invited speakers    Susan LEWALLEN, Tumaini University, Tanzania  Diane E GRIFFIN, John Hopkins University, USA  Lisa NG, Sing. Immunology Network, Singapore  Ronan JAMBOU, Institut Pasteur, Madagascar  Georges E GRAU, University of Sidney, Australia  Sara SALINAS, Inst. Gén. Mol. Montpellier, France  Connie C BERGMANN, Cleveland Clinic, USA  John K FAZAKERLEY, University of Edinburgh, UK  Chris C BRODER, University of Florida, USA  Daniel GONZALEZ‐DUNIA, INSERM U563, France  Anura RAMBUKKANA, University of Edinburgh, UK  Roberto CHIESA, Ist Mario Negri., Milan, Italy  Louis NEL, University of Pretoria, South Africa  Dirk SCHLUETER, Univ. of Magdeburg, Germany  Alain BESSIS,  Ecole Normal Superieure, France 

Susanne A WOLF, C. Molecular Medicine,  Germany  Allan R THOMSEN, Univ. of Copenhagen, Denmark  Charles M NEWTON, Kenya Med. Res. Cent., Kenya  Marina BENTIVOGLIO, University of Verona, Italy  Hector GARCIA, Univ. Peruana Cayetano Heredia, Peru  Alfred K NJAMNSHI, Univ. of Yaounde, Cameroon  Howard GENDELMAN, Univ. of Pennsylvania, USA  Dorian McGAVERN, NIH,  USA  Brian ELEY, University of Cape Town, South Africa  M Jane CARDOSA, University of Malaysia, Malaysia  Lynn ENQUIST, Princeton University, USA  Tom SOLOMON, University of Liverpool, UK  Thiravat HEMACHUDA, Chulalongkorn Univ., Thailand   

  Registration fees of 490 euros include: Access to conference sessions and poster areas, abstract CD  and all meals and refreshments during the scientific sessions. 


Register online from the 1st of June: 


  Conference  Organizers:  Philippe  Gasque,  University  of  La  Reunion,  France;  Roberto  Bruzzone,  HKU‐ Pasteur  Research  Center,  Hong  Kong  SAR,  China;  Krister  Kristensson,  Karolinska  Institutet,  Stockholm,  Sweden;  Diane  Griffin,  Johns  Hopkins  Bloomberg  School  of  Public  Health,  Baltimore,  USA;  Charles  R  Newton, Kenya Medical Res. Institute, Kilifi, Africa. 


**Call for student training course**   

Register before 16th July 2010   

Joint ARC‐WERC IBRO UNESCO School of Neuroscience  “Pathogenic and neuroprotective mechanisms in CNS infections prevalent in  developing countries”.    During the course, African, European students and a number of Asian students will have the  unique  opportunity  to  learn  about  the  pathogenesis  and  important  gaps  in  knowledge  of  some  of  the  most  prevalent  diseases  of  the  nervous  system,  which  otherwise  are  rarely  addressed  in  neuroscience  courses.    This  course  will  also  be  open  to  10  students  from  the  Indian Ocean region (Reunion, Mauritius, Mayotte, Madagascar, Comoros, and Seychelles).   The  school  will  cover  new  developments  on  emerging  infectious  diseases  and  stress  that  basic neuroscience must play a crucial role in research on the pathogenesis of these diseases  that  burden  tropical  and  developing  countries.    The  school  will  include  lectures,  literature  seminars  and  laboratory  work  as  well  as  training  in  complementary  skills.    Students  and  teachers at this school will also participate in the IANIS Conference.  Link to program:   

http://schools.ibro.info/Pub/Pub_Main_Display.asp?LC_Docs_ID=4    Teachers :    Philippe GASQUE, Univ. of la Reunion, Reunion  Krister KRISTENSSON, Karolinska Inst., Sweden  Roberto BRUZZONE, HKU‐Pasteur, Hong Kong  Monique DUBOIS DALCQ, Inst. Pasteur, Paris/NIH  Sara SALINAS, Inst. Gén. Mol. Montpellier , France  Diane E GRIFFIN, John Hopkins University, USA  Monica DILUCA, Dpt Pharmacol. Sci. Milan, Italy  Allan R THOMSEN, Univ. of Copenhagen, Denmark  Daniel GONZALEZ‐DUNIA, INSERM U563, France  John  K  FAZAKERLEY,  University  of  Edinburgh,  UK 

Marina BENTIVOGLIO, University of Verona, Italy  Georges E GRAU, University of Sidney, Australia  Hector GARCIA, Univ. Peruana Cayet. Heredia, Peru  Dirk SCHLUETER, Univ. of Magdeburg, Germany  Anura RAMBUKKANA, University of Edinburgh, UK  Brian ELEY, University of Cape Town, South Africa  Bernard A GAUZERE, CHR Félix Guyon, Reunion  Jean‐Jacques HOAREAU, Univ.la Réunion, Reunion  Pascale KREJBICH‐TROTOT, Univ. la Réunion  Guy LEMPERIERE, IRD CRVOI St Denis Reunion   

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