Lectures during IGIS meeting

Lectures during IGIS meeting

• Akira Shizuo (Osaka): Regulation of the innate immune response
• Berggren Per-Olof (Stockholm): Non-invasive longitudinal imaging of the islet immune response
• Boitard Christian (Paris): Diabetes: the islet – immune cross talk
• Brooks-Worrell Barbara (Seattle): Islet autoimmunity in phenotypic type 2 patients
• Burcelin Rémy (Toulouse): Metagenome and metabolism
• Donath Marc (Basel): Targeting inflammation in the treatment of diabetes – Outlooks
• Eizirik Decio (Brussels): Mechanisms of inflammation-induced beta-cell damage
• Febbraio Mark (Melbourne): Targeting gp130 to prevent inflammation and promote insulin action
• Ferrante Anthony (New York): The adipose tissue – macrophage interplay
• Herder Christian (Düsseldorf): Pro- and anti-inflammatory cytokines and risk of type 2 diabetes: data
from epidemiological cohort studies
• Imai Shin-Ichiro (St. Louis): Mammalian sirtuins and metabolic inflammation
• Lee Myung-Shik (Seoul): Role of pancreatic beta-cell death and inflammation in diabetes
• Mallone Roberto (Paris): Adaptive immune responses against beta-cells in type 1 diabetes
• Manabe Ichiro (Tokyo): Mechanism of palmitate-induced islet inflammation
•Mandrup-Poulsen Thomas (Copenhagen): Cytokine-induced iron import sensitizes beta-cells to
inflammatory attack
• Mathieu Chantal (Leuven) Vitamin D and diabetes
• Mirmira Raghavendra (Indianapolis): Post-transcriptional mechanisms in cytokine-induced islet
dysfunction
• Nadler Jerry (Norfolk): Interaction between cytokines and inflammatory cells in islet dysfunction,
insulin resistance and vascular disease
• Nimmo Myra (Loughborough): Anti-inflammatory actions of exercise
• O’Neill Luke (Dublin): Innate immune receptors and metabolic regulation

“Islet Inflammation”
I. General points on islet inflammation in diabetes
II. What are the actors in inflammation in diabetes?
III. Conclusion
References
Lectures during IGIS meeting