10th novembre 2015, 8:30 to 18:30, IECB (Institut Européen de Chimie et Biologie), 2 Rue Robert Escarpit, 33607 Pessac

Registration online, free, mandatory


8h30-9h: Coffee and registration

9h-9h20: BRIO strategic challenges and the implementation of a translational culture inBordeauxPierre Soubeyran, SIRIC BRIO

9h20-10h35: Clinical Biology session– Chairman Francois-Xavier Mahon, Bordeaux University Hospital

  • AML in elderly : old and new drugs – Arnaud Pigneux – Bordeaux University Hospital
  • Future diagnostic challenges in breast cancer: will the testing support the treatments?– Hervé Bonnefoi –  Bergonié Institute
  • Sarcoma Database: a unique tool for research on mesenchymal tumors – Jean-Michel Coindre – Bergonié Institute

10h35-11h: Coffee Break and networking

11h-12h20: BRIO supporting action to integrated cancer research in Bordeaux – Paolo Meoni – SIRIC BRIO

11h10-12h20: Flash Talk : Call for Proposal – FAC – Chairman Frédéric Elustondo, SIRIC BRIO

  • Personalized breast cancer therapy based on viral functional assays to score pathway activity – Harald Wodrich – University of Bordeaux
  • Activation of human gamma-delta T cells by cancer metabolism – Benjamin Faustin – University of Bordeaux
  • Discoidin domain receptors (DDR) involvement in melanoma progression and invasion – Frederic Saltel – University of Bordeaux
  • Quantitative optical nanoscopy for personalized diagnosis of colon cancer: infrared nano-markers on tissue microarrays from patients – Laurent Cognet – University of Bordeaux

12h20-13h15: Contest Flash Talk in science communication

13h15-14h15: Lunch and networking

14h15-15h35: Epidemiology and public health – Chairman Simone Mathoulin-Pelissier, University of Bordeaux/Bergonié Institute/INSERM

  • How to provide epidemiologic support for a class action lawsuit against the tobacco industry – Jack Siemiatycki – Université de Montréal, School of Public Health
  • How studying hematological malignancies subtypes may inform epidemiologic and clinical research – Alain Monnereau – Bergonié Institute
  • Social inequalities impacts of care management and survival in patients with non-hodgkin lymphomas– Sandra Le Guyader-Peyrou – Bergonié Institute
  • Modelling prognostic capabilities of tumor size : application to colorectal cancer– Virginie Rondeau – INSERM

15h35-16h: Coffee Break and networking

16h-17h30: Clinical and biological samples: Opportunities and Challenges for translational research – Chairman Isabelle Soubeyran, Bergonié Institute

  • Life of Sample – Jean-Philippe Merlio – Bordeaux University Hospital
  • Surgery and clinical databases: application in kidney cancer – Jean-Christophe Bernhard – Bordeaux University Hospital
  • A combined laser microdissection and mass spectrometry method for proteomic analysis of tissue sections for the identification of tumor signatures – Anne-Aurélie Raymond – INSERM
  • Personalized medecine, CARPEM and Ethics research – Henry-Corto Stoeklé – LEM/CARPEM

17h30-17h45: Best presentation award (scholarship to attend a conference)Paolo Meoni, SIRIC BRIO

17h45-18h30: Experts panel discussion: What opportunities and best practices for the use of clinical material in translational research?– Q&A with SAB experts – Chairman David Cameron, Edinburgh Cancer Research Centre