GREMI recent activities
The World Congress of Inflammation WCI2022 took place in Rome (Italy), 5-8th June 2022
THANK YOU to the speakers of the symposia organized by GREMI which were a great success.
The symposium "Thromboinflammation as an emerging key actor in diseases related to covid-19" organized by Véronique WITKO-SARSAT and Xavier NOREL provided an opportunity to pinpoint the new biologic roles of platelets and megakaryocytes. The data presented by Bernard PAYRASTRE (Toulouse), Morgane BOMSEL (Paris) and Grace THOMAS (Montpellier) have clearly shown the importance of these emerging players in inflammation.
The symposium "Microbiota and inflammation: mechanisms and potential treatments" organized by Céline DERAISON and Nathalie VERGNOLLE addressed some still unexplored notions of the abundant research on the microbiota in particular the problem raised by biofilms exposed by Jean-Paul MOTTA (Toulouse) and the therapeutic advances addressed by Giovanni BARBARA (Bologna).
Seminar of Institut Cochin
Thrombin stories from the gut: implications for host inflammatory response and microbiota
Thursday 17 February 2022 - Room Rosalind Franklin, and videoconference. To obtain the access link to the videoconference please send an e-mail to webinaire.u1016
Nathalie Vergnolle (GREMI Vice-President)
Digestive Health Research Institute, Inserm U1220 Inra U1416, Toulouse
La 37ème journée Institut Cochin/JC Dreyfus will be held on Friday 19th November 2021
" Platelets beyond hemostasis - Platelets in immunity
Organizing committee: Morgane Bomsel, Élisabeth Bordé-Cramer, Fernando Real
Contact : journee-dreyfus.U1016@inserm.fr
Due to covid-period, the meeting has been replaced by a Webinar on November 5th, 2021
Inflammation: you get on my nerves - PROGRAM
The GREMI (Caroline Demangel) is involved in the organisation of this conference:
Covid-19 and Inflammation - News from GREMI and others
The GREMI isinvolved (Mustapha Si-Tahar) in Studium Conférences "Novel host- and microbiota-directed strategies for treating respiratory infections" Tours (France); June 11-12, 2020