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First series of NANOTUMOR meetings
“Intravital Imaging Club” – In vivo tracking of tumor progression
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Abstract:


The most sophisticated in vitro and ex vivo approaches fail to faithfully reproduce the complex environment of physiological and pathophysiological processes that occur in vivo. Hence, a “reality check”, in vivo experiments which complement in vitro or ex vivo findings need to be performed. In this context, intravital microscopy (IVM) is an essential approach since it allows the visualization at high resolution of cellular and molecular events in living organisms. The practice of IVM was initiated centuries ago, but recent developments have rendered this technique critical in every researcher’s technological toolbox. However, IVM expertise is spread across multiple countries and to our knowledge actions to share knowledge, pool resources and transcend borders in this field are missing. Our objective is to bring together the leaders in the field of IVM, in particular those working on tumor biology and its microenvironment. As a result, we expect to increase the crosstalk between researchers, foster collaborations and increase awareness of young researchers about the potential of IVM of tumors, in particular, in the context of tumor growth, metastasis and immune escape. Altogether, we aim to promote interactions between established and young researchers to transfer knowledge across generations in the field of IVM.

Credit: B. Bayarmagnai, postdoc in Gligorijevic lab

Organizers:

  • Jacky G. Goetz, Tumor Biomechanics Lab (http://www.goetzlab.com/). U1109, Centre de Recherche en Biomédecine de Strasbourg, 1, Rue Eugène Boeckel, 67084 Strasbourg, France – jacky.goetz@inserm.fr

  • Antonio Peixoto – TRI-IPBS Imaging Core Facility (http://www.ipbs.fr/tri-cellular-and-molecular-imaging-facility) member of TRI-Genotoul. IPBS CNRS, 205 Route de Narbonne, 31077 Toulouse, France – antonio.peixoto@ipbs.fr

  • Bojana Gligorijevic – Cancer Microscopy & Mechanobiology Lab. Temple University, College of Engineering, 1947 N. 12th street, Philadelphia, PA 19122, USA – bojana.gligorijevic@temple.edu

  • Danijela Vignjevic – Cell migration and invasion Lab. Institut Curie, 26 rue d'Ulm, 75248 Paris Cedex 05, France –Danijela.Vignjevic@curie.fr

  • Paul Timpson – Invasion and Metastasis Lab. Garvan Institute, 384 Victoria Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney 2010, Australia – p.timpson@garvan.org.au

 

Administrative contact:

  • Florent Colin, NANOTUMOR consortium project manager (https://www.nanotumor.fr/). Tumor Biomechanics Lab U1109, Centre de Recherche en Biomédecine de Strasbourg (CRBS), 1 rue Eugène Boeckel, 67084 Strasbourg, France – florent.colin@inserm.fr

Session 1 – Imaging Tumor Progression
April 2, 2021, 12h00 – 14h00, GMT

Chaired by P. Timpson (AU) & J.G. Goetz (FR)


12h00-12h30: Jacco van Rheenen from the Netherlands Cancer Institute and Oncode Institute (Amsterdam, NL) - Keynote overview of intravital application at multiple stages of cancer progression


12h30-13h00: David Bryant from the Cancer Research Beatson Institute (Glasgow, UK) - 3D-modelling of tumours and high throughput automated imaging in cancer


13h00-13h30: Frank Winkler from the German Cancer Research Center (Heidelberg, DE) - Metastasis expertise with advanced imaging during tumour extravasation in the brain


13h30-14h00: Round table with speakers and chairmen

Credit: B. Bayarmagnai, postdoc in Gligorijevic lab

Credit: L. Perrin, PhD student in Gligorijevic lab

Session 2 – Tumor Transit and Metastasis
April 16 (Friday), 2021, 12h00 – 14h00, GMT

Chaired by D. Vignjevic (AU) & A. Peixoto (FR)


12h00-12h30: Erik Sahai from the Francis Crick Institute (London, UK)Title to come


12h30-13h00: Jacky G. Goetz from the Centre de Recherche en Biomédecine de Strasbourg (Strasbourg, FR) - Intravascular tracking of tumor metastasis


13h00-13h30: Paul Timpson from the Garvan Institute (Sydney, AU) - FRET-based intravital biosensor imaging: assessing CAF hierarchy in driving metastasis of pancreatic cancer


13h30-14h00: Round table with speakers and chairmen

Credit: Luc Mercier, Matthia Karreman & Ignacio Busnelli from Goetz lab

Session 3 – Co-option of immune cells in disease progression
April 30 (Friday), 2021, 14h00 – 16h00, GMT


Chaired by B. Gligorijevic (USA) & A. Peixoto (FR)


14h00-14h30: Mikala Egeblad from the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (New-York, US) - Keynote, intravital insights into myeloid cell recruitment in cancer


14h30-15h00: Leo Carlin from the Cancer Research Beatson Institute (Glasgow, UK) - Live imaging of immune-cancer kinetics in lung tissue

 

15h00-15h30: Jean-Philippe Girard from the IPBS-CNRS (Toulouse, FR) - Live imaging of lymphocyte trafficking through high endothelial venules in immunity, inflammation and cancer


15h30-16h00: Round table with speakers and chairmen

Credit: B. Bayarmagnai, postdoc in Gligorijevic lab

Credit: Antonio Peixoto, Scientific Head of Imaging Core Facility

Session 4 – Assessing Dynamics of Immune Interactions
May 14 (Friday), 2021, 11h00 – 13h00, GMT

Chaired by P. Timpson (AU) & D. Vignjevic (FR)

 

11h00-11h30: Felicity Davis from the University of Queensland (AU) - Title to come

 

11h30-12h00: Tatyana Chtanova from Garvan Institute (Sydney, AU) - Visualising Innate Immunity in Cancer
 

12h00-12h30: Philippe Bousso from the Pasteur Institute (Paris, FR) - Keynote talk on in vivo imaging of tumour-immune interactions in their physiological setting

12h30-13h00: Round table with speakers and chairmen

Session 5 – Tumor ECM Interactions and Communication

May 28 (Friday), 2021, 14h00 – 16h00, GMT


Chaired by B. Gligorijevic (USA) & J. G. Goetz  (FR)


14h00-14h30: Guillaume Jacquemin from the Institut Curie (Paris, FR) & Bethan Lloyd-Lewis from the University of Bristol (UK) - Title to come


14h30-15h00: Chris Madsen from Lund University (Lung, SE) - ECM imaging of the tumour niches


15h00-15h30: Kenneth Hu from the University of California San Francisco (US) - Title to come


15h30-16h00: Round table with speakers and chairmen

Credit: B. Bayarmagnai, postdoc in Gligorijevic lab

Credit: Vincent Hyenne, reseacher in Goetz lab

Session 6 – Imaging the Niche – part 1/2

June 11 (Friday), 2021, 14h00 – 16h00, GMT


Chaired by A. Peixoto (FR) & D. Vignjevic (FR)


14h00-14h30: Franck Debardieux the Institute of Neurosciences, Timone (Marseille FR) - Multi-photon based long- and short-term imaging of immune cell recruitment


14h30-15h00: Giorgio Seano from the Institut Curie (Orsay, FR) - Intravital and preclinical vasculature imaging in the brain


15h00-15h30: Bojana Gligorijevic from Temple University (Philadelphia, US) - 4D-intravital imaging of tumour-ECM communication


15h30-16h00: Round table with speakers and chairmen

Session 7 – Imaging the Niche – part 2/2
June 25 (Friday), 2021, 12h00 – 14h00, GMT

Chaired by P. Timpson (AU) & J. G. Goetz (FR)


12h00-12h30: Danijela Vignjevic from Institut Curie (Paris, FR) - Imaging the gut niche


12h30-13h00: Anoek Zomer from the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research (Lausanne, CH) - IVM imaging of extracellular-vesicle mediated phenocopying of metastatic behavior & IVM of the glioma microenvironment


13h00-13h30: Claire Vennin from the Netherlands Cancer Institute and Oncode Institute (Amsterdam, NL) - Longitudinal imaging of tumour-ECM interaction using optical windows


13h30-14h00: Round table with speakers and chairmen

Credit: L. Perrin, PhD student in Gligorijevic lab

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Credit: Luc Mercier, Matthia Karreman & Ignacio Busnelli from Goetz lab

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