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Friday, September 14
YOUNG INVESTIGATOR SESSION
Chairpersons: Chengcan Yao (Edinburgh University) / Gerard Bannenberg (Global Organization for EPA and DHA omega-3s)
9:15-11:15 13 junior speakers, 7+2 min Q&A.
After peer-reviewing, 13 abstracts have been selected from the 23 submited for the Young Investigator Session:
9:15 – 9:23 Emanuela Talamonti (Stockholm University, Sweden) Impairment of DHA synthesis alters the expression of neuronal plasticity markers and the brain inflammatory status in mice
9.24 – 9.32 Irina Alecu (University of Ottawa, Canada) The secreted pro- and anti-inflammatory lipidomes of M1 and M2 macrophages
9.33 – 9.41 Gülsev Özen (Istanbul University, Turkey) Investigation of PGE2-MMP cross-talk in human vascular preparations, their attached PVAT and plasma in obese and non-obese patients
9.42 – 9.50 Nicholas Don-Doncow (Lund University, Sweden) Inhibition of sphingosine-1-phospate generation reduces blood pressure levels by attenuating inflammation in an experimental model of hypertension
9.51 – 9.59 Ester Pagano (University of Naples Federico II, Italy) The NAAA inhibitor AM9053 attenuates experimental colon carcinogenesis
10.00 – 10.08 Priit Eek (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia) Structure and Regulation of Arachidonate 11R-Lipoxygenase
10.09 – 10:17 Mary Walker (William Harvey Research Institute, London, United Kingdom) 13-series resolvins mediate the leukocyte-platelet actions of atorvastatin and pravastatin in inflammatory arthritis
10:18 – 10: 26 Claudia Cristiano (University of Naples Federico II, Italy) Role of palmitoylethanolamide in a mouse model of autism spectrum disorder: counteracting central and peripheral inflammation
10:27 – 10:35 Kimberley Pistorius (William Harvey Research Institute, London, United Kingdom) PDn-3 DPA pathway regulates human monocyte differentiation and macrophage function
10:36 – 10:44 Jana Gerstmeier (Friedrich-Schiller-University, Jena, Germany) Exotoxins from S. aureus are potent and selective stimulators of 15-lipoxygenase-1-derived SPM in human M2 macrophages to resolve inflammation
10:45 – 10:53 Heba Abd Elmoneim (INSERM U1148, Paris, France) Targeting AMPK can augment prostacyclin production from human lungs
10:54 – 11:02 Eva Jarc (Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia) Lipid droplets integrate metabolic and signalling pathways and are indispensable for the cellular stress response in breast cancer cells
11:03 – 11.01 Silke Thul (Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden) Resolution of inflammation through the lipoxin and ALX/FPR2 receptor pathway protects against abdominal aortic aneurysms
Rules for submission and travel Award competition
Note: When submitting your Abstract please indicate (check the box) that you wish to participate in the Young Scientist’s Symposium.
A travel award of 350 Euros is available for 3 young scientists participating at the Young Scientist Symposium. From the 13 oral presentations, a committee will choose 3 of the presentations for the award. This award is open to M.Sc. and Ph.D. students, or junior post-doctoral researchers who have obtained their PhD in the past 5 years. Medical, veterinary and dentistry students are also eligible as well as those in residence. The candidate must be less than 35 years of age and should have published at least one first author paper in a peer-reviewed international journal. In order to be eligible for this Symposium the following criteria must be met. The applicants must submit:
- Abstract via the registration form (before June 18th, 2018)
- CV by email (firstname.lastname@example.org / Chengcan.Yao@ed.ac.uk)
- List of publications by email (email@example.com / Chengcan.Yao@ed.ac.uk)
These 2 last items are to be received before June 18th, 2018.
Any delay and failure to submit all items will automatically eliminate eligibility of the candidate.
AMBIOTIS POSTER AWARD
A travel award of 270 Euros is available for 3 young scientists working in the field of inflammation resolution. This award is sponsored by AMBIOTIS, a leading company in bioactive lipid profiling. Ambiotis would like to promote the research and understanding of resolution pathways.
The award is thus open to research students enrolled in a M.Sc. or Ph.D. program or junior post-doctoral researchers who have obtained their PhD in the past 5 years and are less than 35 years of age.
In order to be eligible for this award, the applicants must submit the abstract via the registration form AND tick the box "a Poster for Competition (3 Ambiotis awards on Resolution for students or post-doc <35 years old)"