ZooMAP Abschlußmeeting 2013

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ZooMAP Abschlußmeeting: 

Mycobacterium paratuberculosis

from Johne’s disease to Crohn’s disease: still more questions than answers”

am 12. & 13. März 2013

Tagungsort: Leibnizhaus in der Altstadt Hannover

Anmeldung unter der Nationalen Forschungsplattform für Zoonosen: www.zoonosen.net

(Veranstaltungen)

 

Programm:

TUESDAY, 12.03.13

09:00h                 Opening: Ralph Goethe / Mathias Hornef / Siegfried Weiss

09:15h-10:00h   

MAP and human health: The big picture

 Michael Collins

 Wisconsin, United States

 

10:00h-10:30h    

MAP – relation between genotype and phenotype

 Heike Köhler

Jena, Germany

 

10:30h-11:15h    coffee break

 

11:15h-11:45h   

Diagnosis of early MAP infections

Karen Stevenson

Pencuik, Scotland, United Kingdom

 

11:45h-12:15h   

Viral delivery vaccines for MAP diseases

Tim Bull

London, United Kingdom

 

12:15h-14:00h    lunch

 

14:00h-14:45h    

Maximising the chances of isolating and detecting viable MAP by using

novel magnetic separation and phage amplification methods

Irene Grant

Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

 

14:45h-15:15h    

In vivo expressed MAP-proteins as candidates for serological diagnostic of paratuberculosis

Gerald-F. Gerlach

Hannover, Germany

 

15:15h-15:45h    

Detection of MAP in milk and powered infant milk by a new

fluorescence staining method, phage assay, real time-PCR and culture

Sandra Weirich

Giessen, Germany

 

15:45h-16:30h     coffee break

 

16:30h-17:15h    

Microbe-host interactions in the pathogenesis of Crohn’s disease-like ileitis

Dirk Haller

Munich, Germany

 

17:15h-17:45h   

Dirk Werling

 London, United Kingdom

                           
17:45h                 coffee break

19:00h                 speakers dinner

 

 

WEDNESDAY, 13.03.13

08:30h-09:15h    

Crohn’s disease and mycobacteria:

The history, politics, and controversy. As it has never been told

Rodrick Chiodini

Texas, United States

 

09:15h-09:45h    

MAP enhances Expression of Toll-like Receptors and Matrix Metalloproteinases in murine bowel

Elke Roeb

Gießen, Germany

 

09:45h-10:15h   

Detection of MAP in human intestinal biopsies

Raja Atreya

Erlangen, Germany

 

10:15h-11:00h    coffee break

 

11:00h-11:45h   

Functional importance of host genetic defects for resistance to

experimental MAP infection

Louis Kreitmann

Montreal, Canada

 

11:45h-12:15h   

Correlation between MAP Infection and Colitis

Abdulhadi Suwandi

 Braunschweig, Germany

 

12:15h-12:45h   

Interference of Macrophage effector functions by MAP

Andreas Nerlich

Hannover, Germany

 

12:45h-13:15h   

Interaction of MAP with epithelial cells of the intestinal mucosa

Mathias Hornef

Hannover, Germany

 

13:15h                 Closing remarks & lunch