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18th Gliwice Scientific Meetings

Gliwice, 21-22 November 2014



(Preliminary program)

Friday; 21st November, 2014

9.00 – 9.15 Opening Ceremony

9.15 – 12.00 Session I

Transcriptional responses to stress

Chairman: Piotr Widłak

Allan R. Brasier (Galvestone, USA): NF-kB signaling and the innate immune response

Neil D. Perkins (Newcastle, UK): Regulation of cancer cell proliferation and survival by NF-B

Bożena Kamińska (Warszawa, Poland): Transcriptional and epigenetic mechanisms controlling inflammation

10.45 – 11.00 Coffee break



Marek Kimmel (Houston, USA): Simplicity and complexity in models of cell signaling

Tomasz Lipniacki (Warszawa, Poland): NF-B and IRF3 crosstalk signaling in MEFs

Mariusz Hartman (Łódź, Poland) – Immediate and long-term molecular response of melanoma cells to changes in microenvironment

12.00 – 13.30 Session II



Biomaterials and nanomedicine

Chairman: Marek Los

Mehrdad Rafat (Linköping, Sweden): Bioengineered collagen constructs for cell-based regeneration of the cornea

Katerina Chlichlia (Alexandroupolis, Greece): Magnetic and biogenic nanoparticles for cancer therapy

Ramunas Valiokas (Vilnius, Lithuania): Biopatterning techniques in tissue engineering

13.30 – 14.00 Lunch

14.00 – 15.30 Poster Session

15.30 – 18.15 Session III



Bioinformatics and regulatory mechanisms (session co-organized by EACR)

Chairpersons: Roman Jaksik and Joanna Rzeszowska

Till Bretschneider (Coventry, UK): Image-based Modelling of Cell Motility

Sascha Ott (Coventry, UK): Analysis of DNase-seq data

16.30 – 16.45 Coffee break



Frank Delaunay (Nice, France) Multispectral fluorescent single live cell imaging to analyse the cell cycle and the circadian clock dynamics

Carmel Mothersill (Hamilton, Canada): Radiation-induced bystander signals: evidence for a role of secondary UVA emission

Piotr Formanowicz (Poznań, Poland): Petri net based approach for modeling and analysis of selected aspects of atherosclerosis
20.00 – Reception/social event

Saturday; 22nd November, 2014

9.00 – 9.30 Meeting of the Polish EACR Group

9.30 – 11.00 Session IV

Glycobiology in medicine

Chairman: Maciej Ugorski

Anna Lityńska (Kraków, Poland): The role of aberrant glycosylation in human melanoma progression to more malignant phenotype

Marcin Czerwiński (Wrocław, Poland): Glycosyltranferases and blood group antigens

Wojciech Jachymek (Wrocław, Poland): Bacterial glycomics: new approach to vaccine production

Janusz Węgrowski (Reims, France): Matrix proteoglycans as regulators of tumor progression
11.00 – 11.30 Coffee break

11.30 – 12.30 Poster Session - Presentation of Awarded Posters

12.30 – 17.00 Satellite Workshop

Genes – environment interactions

Organizers: Danuta Mielżyńska and Korneliusz Miksch)

Maria Dusińska (Kjeller, Norway): Challenges with gene-environment interactions: Where we are and where we need to go?

Sofia Pavanello (Padova, Italy): Monitoring of exposures to carcinogens: current status and new perspectives

13.30 – 14.00 Lunch



Karin Broberg Palmgren (Lund, Sweden): Epigenetic effects of metals

Natalia Pawlas (Sosnowiec, Poland): Genetic susceptibility to metals

Süreyya Meriç Pagano (Tekirdag, Turkey): Multi-bioassay toxicity evaluation of a mixture of different group of pharmaceuticals

Norbert Kreuzinger (Vienna, Austria): Wastewater treatment plants as a hub between clinical and environmental antibiotic resistance

Aneta Łuczkiewicz (Gdańsk, Poland): Human-associated bacteria and their mobile genetic elements - important minority in wastewater and wastewater impacted ecosystems

Aleksandra Ziembińska-Buczyńska (Gliwice, Poland): Antibiotics and their resistance genes in the environment – bacterial opportunity or threat?





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