2nd Workshop on Cell Death and Inflammation: The Chicken and Egg Paradox


November 7th, 2017

Y10 G03/05







Meet & Greet




Modulating inflammation

Thomas Kaufmann, University of Bern

Peculiarities of death-receptor- and mitochondrial mediated cell death in granulocytes



Maya Sochalska, Jagiellonian University, Kraków

Neutrophil Cell Death in Periodontis



Monica Yabal, Technische Universität München

The Role of XIAP in regulating TNF-and RIPK3-driven innate immune responses










Coffee Break








Modulating cell death

and inflamation

Mathieu Bertrand, VIB, University of Ghent

RIPK1 life/death decision during TNF signaling



Adrian Ting, Mount Sinai Health System

Failure to suppress CYLD-mediated cell death causes immune dysregulation



Uris Ros, Tübingen University

Calcium signaling and necroptosis















Carmen Ruiz de Almodóvar, Heidelberg University

TNF super family ligands in angiogenesis



Carsten Scholz, UZH

Oxygen-sensing hydroxylases regulating inflammation and metabolism



Francesca Peri, EMBL/UZH

The brain under surveillance: the role of neuronal-microglial interactions in the development and repair of the CNS






November 8th, 2017

Y10 G03/G05







Autophagy and cell death

Ian Gentle, University Medical Center Freiburg

Inhibitor of Apoptosis Proteins promote autophagy



Fumiyo Ikeda, Institute of Molecular Biotechnology Austria

Roles of the linear ubiquitin chain-binding domains in the immune responses



Ana Jesús García Sáez, Tübingen University

Pore forming proteins and cell death

















Ubiquitin, stoichiometry and inflammation

Rodolfo Ciuffa, ETHZ

Stoichiometry and TNF signaling



Maria Tanzer, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry

Phosphoproteome and secretome analysis reveal differences between TNF induced apoptosis and necroptosis



Mads Gyrd Hansen, Oxford University

Innate host defence: a playing field for the ubiquitin machinery

















Cancer and cell death

Najoua Lalaoui, WEHI, Australia

Smac mimetic killing and cancer



Beat Bornhauser, Kinderspital Zürich

TNFR2 as an indicator of Smac mimetic sensitivity



Marco Wachtel, Kinderspital Zürich

Exploring alternative modes of cell death induced by Fenretinide for therapy of Rhabdomyosarcoma



Philipp Jost, Technische Universität München

Necroptosis and cancer