TOR DE FRANCE

Target Of Rapamycin
science club in France

- 2nd edition -

14-15 October 2021
Saint Paul Hotel, Nice, France

Group ToR 2018

Target Of Rapamycin (TOR) pathway has an evolutionary conserved role in the control of growth, metabolism, stress response, survival and ageing.

Currently "TOR de France" is a unique conference series in the world entirely devoted to field of "Target Of Rapamycin" signaling, nutrition, growth, metabolism, development. The "TOR de France" meeting gathers students, postdocs, research group leaders and medical doctors working on various aspects of TOR biology and the applications in medicine, pharmacology, human health. This pluridiplinary approach allows new and fruitful feedbacks on everyone's work and have proven to foster innovative collaborations.

After the success of the first edition in 2018, the “TOR de France” 2021 meeting will cover multiple areas of research on TOR:

  • Molecular mechanisms of cell growth control
  • Genetic alterations of TOR pathway in human diseases
  • Link between caloric restriction and ageing
  • Therapeutic strategies to modulate TOR pathway in cancer, metabolic syndromes and other diseases

The scientific committee comprises 13 recognized French scientists working on the TOR field. Four International leaders on the TOR biology are invited as keynote speakers and ten scientists working in French Academic Institutions and Hospitals will present their latest work. In addition to the poster session, the scientific committee will select several short oral presentations from submitted abstracts.

Featured talks broadcasted

poster

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Event co-organized with RHU Cosy

RHU Cosy

Keynote speakers

photo Danzer
Steve Danzer
Children's Hospital, Cincinnati, USA
photo de Virgilio
Claudio de Virgilio
University of Fribourg, Switzerland
photo Efeyan
Alejo Efeyan
CNIO, Madrid, Spain
photo Haucke
Volker Haucke
FMP, Berlin, Germany

Preliminary program

Thursday 14 of October, 2021
11:00-14:00
Registration opening
14:00-14:15
Welcome and introduction
Members of organizing committee
Session 1: Molecular mechanisms of mTOR regulation
14:15-14:55
Keynote lecture
Claudio de Virgilio
University of Fribourg, Switzerland
14:55-15:10
Kathrin Thedieck
15:10-15:20
Anders Mutvei
15:20-15:30
Christian Meyer
15:30-15:40
Bruno André
15:40-16:05
Svetlana Dokudovskaya
IGR, Villejuif, France
Coffee break
Session 2: mTOR pathway, intracellular trafficking and autophagy
16:30-17:10
Keynote lecture
Volker Haucke
FMP, Berlin, Germany
17:10-17:25
Philippe Chavrier
17:25-17:35
Jacques Montagne
17:35-17:45
Constantinos Demetriades
17:45-18:10
Thierry Galli
Institut de Psychiatrie et Neurosciences, Paris, France
18:10-21:00
Poster Session, Wine and cheese
21:00
Free evening
Friday 15 of October, 2021
Session 3: mTOR, cancer and immunity
09:30-10:10
Keynote lecture
Alejo Efeyan
CNIO, Madrid, Spain
10:10-10:25
Andrea Ballabio
10:25-10:35
Lucie Fallone
10:35-11:00
Thierry Walzer
CIRI, Lyon, France
Coffee break
Session 4: mTOR, development and rare diseases
11:30-11:55
Guillaume Canaud
Necker Institute, Paris, France
11:55-12:10
Sara Baldassari
12:10-12:20
Alexander Heberle
12:20-12:30
Camille Allard
12:30-12:55
Mario Pende
Necker Inst., Paris, France
Lunch
Session 5: Neurobiology of mTOR and neurologic diseases
14:15-14:55
Keynote lecture
Steve Danzer
Children's Hospital, Cincinnati, USA
14:55-15:10
Alfonso Represa
15:10-15:20
Marina Maletic
15:20-15:30
Alexandre Bacq
15:30-15:55
Natalie Spassky
IBENS, Paris, France
Coffee break
Session 6: mTOR, cell size control and translation
16:30-16:55
Morgan Delarue
LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, France
16:55-17:05
Yihan Dong
17:05-17:30
Julia Morales
Station Biologique, Roscoff, France
17:30-17:40
Yann Cormerais
17:40-17:50
Manoël Prouteau
17:50-18:00
Geoffrey Hesketh
18:00-20:00
Conference closing, Poster awards
20:00
Gala Dinner

Registration fee

  • Students (undergraduate, PhD, medical) = 0€
  • Postdocs, Researchers, Medical Doctors = 100€
  • Private company = 200€
Featured talks will be broadcasted online. The registration is free but mandatory.

Abstract and presentation guidelines

Abstracts will be selected for short oral or poster presentations
(applications during the registration process)
Short talk and poster prizes for postdocs and students will be awarded

Abstract specifications

  • Title: 20 words maximum in english
  • Authors: full names and affiliations
  • Text: 250 words maximum in english

Short talk specifications

  • 10 min oral presentation in english

Poster specifications

  • Poster format: A0
  • Width: 90 cm
  • Height: 120 cm

Scientific Committee

photo Baulac
Stéphanie Baulac
ICM, Paris, France
photo Canaud
Guillaume Canaud
Necker Institute, Paris, France
photo Cota
Daniela Cota
Magendie Inst., Bordeaux, France
photo Dokudovskaya
Svetlana Dokudovskaya
IGR, Villejuif, France
photo Fafournoux
Pierre Fafournoux
INRA, Clermont Ferrand, France
photo Gangloff
Yann Gaël Gangloff
INMG, Lyon, France
photo Meyer
Christian Meyer
Bourgin Inst., Paris, France
photo Montagne
Jacques Montagne
I2BC, Gif-sur-Yvette, France
photo Pende
Mario Pende
Necker Inst., Paris, France
photo Pyronnet
Stéphane Pyronnet
CRCT, Toulouse, France
photo Ricci
Jean Ehrland Ricci
C3M, Nice, France
photo Ryabova
Lyuba Ryabova
Strasbourg Univ., France
photo Tanti
Jean-François Tanti
C3M, Nice, France
photo Walzer
Thierry Walzer
CIRI, Lyon, France

Le Saint Paul Hotel

29 boulevard Franck Pilatte
06300 Nice
France - Europe
+33 (0)4 93 89 39 57

Meals and Accommodation

The meals that are mentioned in the program are free of charge for the participants. The participants should find suitable accommodations and book them at their own expenses.

Twenty rooms at a discount rate for TOR de France attendees right at the Saint Paul Hotel.
To reserve please fill this form and send it back to the hotel.
In case of questions or issue please contact the hotel directly.

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