Cell Dynamics: Host-Pathogen Interface
Organisers: Michaela Gack, Maximiliano Gutierrez, Dominique Soldati-Favre and Michael Way
Date: 8 - 11 May 2022
Location: Wotton House, Surrey, UK
This meeting will be the third instalment of our highly successful Cellular Dynamics Meeting series, and will focus on ‘Host-Pathogen Interface’. Intracellular pathogens highjack and use the cellular systems of their unwilling hosts to ensure their continued survival, replication and spread. The relative simplicity of many pathogens and the ability to manipulate them genetically has made them ideal model systems to analyse fundamental cellular and biological processes, including cell death and innate immunity. This meeting represents a unique opportunity to bring together many different experts working at the interface between cell biology and a diverse range of pathogens. With talks from an outstanding list of speakers and selected delegates, we will delve further into this important area of research and hope to educate and inspire PIs, postdocs and students.
- Membrane trafficking and organelles
- Phagocytosis and pathogen entry
- Innate Immunity and pathogen sensing
- Advanced imaging
- Autophagy and cell death
Organisers & speakers
Maximiliano Gutierrez The Francis Crick Institute, UK
Dominique Soldati-Favre University of Geneva, Switzerland
Michael Way The Francis Crick Institute, UK
Sonja Best National Institutes of Health, USA
Sara Cherry University of Pennsylvania, USA
Eva Frickel University of Birmingham, UK
Friedrich Frischknecht Heidelberg University, Germany
Jae U. Jung Cleveland Clinic, USA
Robin May University of Birmingham, UK
Serge Mostowy London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, UK
Maria Mota University of Lisbon, Portugal
Mojgan Naghavi Northwestern University, USA
Florence Niedergang Institut Cochin, France
Felix Randow MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, UK
Craig Roy Yale School of Medicine, USA
Thierry Soldati University of Geneva, Switzerland
Isabelle Tardieux Institute for Advanced Biosciences, France
Teresa Thurston Imperial College London, UK
Derek Walsh Northwestern University, USA
Matt Welch University of California, Berkeley, USA
This meeting is an in-person event and we would like to encourage as many delegates as possible to join us at Wotton House. However, we appreciate that some people may still be unable to travel. Therefore there will be an online option comprising livestreaming and recording of presentations. The recorded presentations will be made available during the meeting and for four weeks afterwards.
Those attending online will be able to communicate with other delegates via the meeting app and will be able to submit an abstract for consideration for a short talk and/or a poster.
There will be no virtual poster sessions but posters will be available online to be viewed.
|PhD students /postdocs||Academia||Industry|
|Applications received until 10 December 2021||£825||£925||£1,125|
|From 11 December – 25 March 2022||£925||£1,025||£1,225|
|Online (incl. VAT)||£275||£310||£375|
In-person fees include;
- Registration and meeting costs
- Three nights’ accommodation (Sunday to Wednesday) in an en-suite room with single occupancy
- All meals (Sunday lunch to Wednesday lunch inclusive), coffee breaks and one reception drink each evening throughout the meeting
- Use of the leisure facilities at Wotton House
It is expected that all attendees will stay for the duration of the meeting.
Application early bird deadline – 10 December 2021
Abstract deadline – 4 March 2022
Final registration deadline – 25 March 2022
Wotton House, near Dorking in Surrey, is an estate like no other. Built in the 17th century, the house was once the seat of the Evelyn family, and is set in sweeping grounds of over 13 acres – including Italian gardens, manicured lawns and Roman-style temples.
Wotton House boasts a mix of original features and 21st century style, and the entire venue has recently been refurbished. Amenities include a gym, heated pool and spa, as well as superfast WiFi throughout the hotel and free-flowing refreshments within the conference area. All meals will be provided in the 1877 Restaurant.
Wotton House is located under an hour’s drive from both Gatwick and Heathrow Airports, with fast train connections from Dorking Station to London.
Image: Maximiliano G. Gutierrez, The Francis Crick Institute, UK