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Seminar "Animal Models for Organ Transplantation"

Thursday, April 15, 2021 - Lecture Hall building 440, INRAE Jouy-en-Josas & Webinar

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A one-day seminar on organ transplants by the VIM and BREED Units in partnership with the University Chair of Transplantation, Foch Hospital.
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Programme :

 10:00–10:15

 

Presentation of the chair of transplantation – Foch Hospital

Pr Edouard Sage, Leader of the Transplantation chair, Foch Hospital & VIM

10:15–10:50

 

Pulmonary transplants in the porcine model

Pr Edouard Sage (Hôpital Foch & VIM) and Isabelle Schwartz (VIM)

10:50–11:20

Coffee Break

11:20–11:35

 

Transplantation utérine en clinique

Pr Jean-Marc Ayoubi, leader of the gynecology obstetrics  and reproductive medicine, Foch Hospital

11:35–12:05

Uterine transplants in the ovine model

Dr François Vialard (UVSQ) and Olivier Sandra (BREED)

12:05–12:40

 

Biomarkers in transplants

Pr Antoine Magnan, Université de Nantes

12:40–14:10

Lunch

14:10–14:45

 

Transplant Tolerance and the microbiota

Dr Sophie Brouard, CRTI, Nantes

14:45–15:20

 

Immunosuppressor Effects, Infection risks

Dr Mathieu Revest, CHU de Rennes

15:20–15:55

 

Renal Transplants : the current "hot topics"

Dr Renaud Snanoudj, Foch Hospital

15:55–16:45

Human donors amongst the living: a modern potlatch ?

Conference followed by a discussion

Pr René Frydman, Foch Hospital

Scientific Contacts

Participation

Participation is free of charge but registration is mandatory : >>> To register on-line

For more informations

In2018, Foch Hospital, in partnership with the université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (UVSQ), launched the first French University Chair for Transplantation, which will be led by Dr Edouard Sage Thoracic Surgeon at the hospital.

1st private university hospital in France, The Foch Hospital makes no secret of its ambitions in clinical research. In 2017, 177 research protocoles were began including approximately 1500 patients.