Wednesday 9 September 2015

08:20 Welcome 
Chris Reutelingsperger (Maastricht University, Maastricht, the Netherlands)
   
08:30 Annexin A6 interaction with TBC1D15 inactivates Rab7: cholesterol re-arrangement impact on cell migration and invasion
Carlos Enrich (University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain)
   
09:00 Fatty acid-induced upregulation of hepatic Annexin A6 is associated with increased lipid droplet formation
Thomas Grewal (University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia)
   
09:30 In vivo role of Annexin A6 in mice liver: Hepatic regeneration and glucose homeostasis
Carlos Rentero University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain)
   
10:00 Inhibition of EGFR signalling in Annexin A6 expressing cells is associated with increased sensitivity towards EGFR inhibitors to reduce cell growth and migration
Monira Hoque (University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia)
   
10:15 Coffee
   
10:45 Annexins, S100 proteins and antibodies
Hartmut Luecke (University of California, Irvine, USA)
   
11:15

Differentially expression of annexins in central lymphoid organs and leukocyte subpopulations
Markus Auler (University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany)

11:30

Activation of annexin A1 signalling in renal fibroblasts exerts anti-fibrotic effects
Robert Labes (Charité-Universitätsmedizin, Berlin, Germany)

11:45

New link between AnxA1/FPR2 system and activation of AMP-activated protein kinase
Thomas Gobbetti (Queen Mary University, London, United Kingdom)

   
12:00 Lunch
   
13:15 Regulation of MicroRNA biogenesis by annexin A1
Lina Lim (University of Singapore, Singapore)
   
13:45 Annexin A1 positive neutrophil microvesicles protect in inflammatory diseases
Mauro Perretti (Queen Mary University of London, London, United Kingdom)
   
14:15 Assessment of annexin A1 on anti-TNF treatment efficacy using murine model of acute colitis
Marina de de Paula Silva (University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil)
   
14:30 Annexin A1 modulates neutrophil maturation and bone marrow homing in non-inflammatory conditions
Sandra Farsky (São Paulo State University, São Paulo, Brazil)
   
14:45 Coffee
   
15:15 Insights into the role of Annexin A1 in regulating mucosal wound repair
Asma Nusrat (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA)
   
15:45 Annexin A1 role in central system immunity: translational potential
Egle Solito (Queen Mary University, London, United Kingdom)
   
16:15 Therapeutic potential of annexin A1 in mice models of cardiovascular disease
Dennis Kusters (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA)
   
16:30 Annexin-A1 plays a critical protective role in the development of cardiac and renal dysfunction associated with diabetes
Gareth Purvis (Queen Mary University, London, United Kingdom) 
   
16:45 Keynote: Annexin A1 in cardiovascular inflammation
Oliver Soehnlein (Ludwig-Maximilians University, Münich, Germany)
   
17:30 Posters & Drinks
   
19:30 Departure to Château Neercanne