14th CBS2 Day : 26th May 2016

Registration only
Closed.
Abstract Submission (Oral presentation or poster)
Closed.

Registration is MANDATORY
Due to the new security standards, a list of all the attendees will be given to the wardens so they can proceed to necessary checking during the welcoming of the attendees.


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You can get more information about the CBS2 Day using the “Program” Tab.

 

Major event of the year, this scientific meeting encourages the interactions and exchanges between the main actors of the Health and Biology axis in Montpellier.

This meeting is a great opportunity to push forward the PhD students and to contribute to their training in a friendly setting. Anyone interested can present their research work with a poster or a short oral communication is invited. These presentations will be organised in several sessions, moderated by researchers and prizes will be awarded to the best presentations.

The CBS2 Day also represents an unique opportunity to gather every actor from the different laboratories linked to the CBS2 Doctoral School and welcome internationally renowned speakers. This event is therefore a major opportunity to train the next generation of researchers, meet the PhD students and their supervisors, discuss about multiple research topics and possible experimental problems, enlarge our knowledge to different fields and get informed on the work possibilities available after a PhD thesis.

This year, we receive Damir Janigro, Professor at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine for a plenary lecture:

“Blood biomarkers in neurological diseases and Their significance in neurobiology”

In order to inform about some professionnal possibilities, we also have the privilege of welcoming three CEO who have a PhD :

Vanessa Villard (Amylgen) | Jérémy Dutheil (Neomerys) | Arnault Ioualalen (Numalis)

All the Master students, PhD students (either presenting their work or not) and any member of the scientific community interested in Health and Biology are welcome. The registration (including coffee breaks, buffet and cocktail, access to the closing party) is free but mandatory.

Supported by : Ecole Doctorale CBS2, BioCampus, Université Montpellier, Pôle Rabelais, Labex EpigenMed, IMGT, MRI, RHEM, Cisbio, Amylgen, Janvier, Genopolys, CNRS, INSERM

Registration is MANDATORY
Due to the new security standards, a list of all the attendees will be given to the wardens so they can proceed to necessary checking during the welcoming of the attendees.


Click here to register


Definitive Schedule

PhD Student talks will be organized in parallel sessions, meaning in two different Genopolys rooms.

Invited Speaker talks will take place in the main room and will be broadcasted in the other rooms.

Planning

Detailed Schedule

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Invited Speakers

Damir JANIGRO is professor and scientific director of a biotechnology company. His research work at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine are of various kind, going from the study of the neuro-vascular unit and its relations to the pathological functioning of the brain to the study of the neuronal control of the inflammation and the biomarkers of cerebral pathologies like epilepsy, cerebral lesions, Alzheimer, or schizophrenia. Music enthusiast, he has also been exploring its effect on the brain using deep cerebral electrodes. The main objective of his research is to understand the way the neuronal environment maintain bioelectric homeostasis in the brain and thus the physiological electric activity. His tight relations with the clinic field gives him the opportunity to keep the human in the center of his research. The quality of his work has been supported by a permament funding of the NIH for the past 20 years. On the other hand, confronted to the absence of in vitro models for the study of the neuro-vascular unit, he decided to found Flocel, Inc, a company that deals with models of Blood Brain Barrier.

Vanessa VILLARD is a PhD in sciences. She graduated from the University of Montpellier. During her thesis, she contributed to the development of a predictive and validated model of Alzheimer’s Disease. In 2009, in collaboration with her thesis supervisor, she found a company : Amylgen. The company offers to industry to evaluate on in vivo models the therapeutic potential of new molecules in the neurosciences field. In perpetual search of performance, Vanessa Villard developed and complemented her technical abilities accordingly with her ambition.

Jérémy DUTHEIL is a PhD in Sciences. He graduated from the Paris Sud University. His thesis project was based on the study of the metabolism of the photoproduction of hydrogen by a cyanobacteria. He thinks about an alternative and original way of producing energy by using biotechnologies. The process reverts the greenhouse gases emission and is thus  carbonegative. Jérémy Dutheil founded Néomérys to develop a panel of technologies that allows the production of a lot of biofuel at low cost. He converted his knowledge and used his research to make his company grow.

Arnault IOUALALEN is a PhD in informatics and research engineer in mathematics.  He’s developing a project to enhance the accuracy of softwares and founded his company : Numalis. His philosophy is to combine the better of both the academic and industrial world. He’s recruiting and making people exchange the knowledge and point of view of both worlds. Throughout his projects, Arnault IOUALALEN introduces the philosophy of entrepreneurship and promotion of the academic knowledge.

Presentation by PhD Students

Short Talks (15 min presentation + 5 min de questions) : presentation by candidates selected by the jury from the abstract submissions for oral communication

Flash Talks (2 min presentation with automatic change of slides): brief presentation introducing the poster presentation for candidates not selected by the jury from the abstract submissions for oral communication

Poster (poster session with 5 minutes of presentation + 5 min questions during the interview with the Jury): presentation for candidates not selected by the jury from the abstract submissions for oral communication and for candidates who submitted to a presentation by poster only

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Supported by : Ecole Doctorale CBS2, BioCampus, Université Montpellier, Pôle Rabelais, Labex EpigenMed, IMGT, MRI, RHEM, Cisbio, Amylgen, Janvier, Genopolys, CNRS, INSERM

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Registration is MANDATORY
Due to the new security standards, a list of all the attendees will be given to the wardens so they can proceed to necessary checking during the welcoming of the attendees.


Click here to register


Registration only

Registration is free but mandatory. You will then receive automatically the detailed program once it is validated.

Abstract Submission

| Terms of submission and presentation | An Oral presentation and a poster presentation respectively validates 10h and 5h of training for the PhD students.

Abstract size is limited to 300 words. English is mandatory for abstract submission AND for the presentations on the CBS2 Day. Detailed instructions (time of the day and duration of the presentation, poster size…) will be given in April after registration and presentation selection.

| Selection procedure | Poster presentations are automatically accepted but for logistic reasons, only a limited number of oral presentations will be selected. A “Flash Talk” presentation followed by a presentation by Poster will be offered to non-selected candidates for oral presentation. For oral presentations, priority will be given to 2nd and 3rd year PhD students who never presented their work in the CBS2 Day.

| Prize | A independent Jury composed of 36 specialists of each research area will be in charge of the anonymous selection of abstracts and will award the best presentations (talk and poster) during the CBS2 Day (First and second place prizes during the previous editions : Travel Grant, Microsoft Surface Pro computer, Samsung Tablet, GoPro camera, Nikon Coolpix camera, …). PhD Students in the organizing committee and having had no connection with the jury will be eligible for prizes and oral presentations in the same way as other PhD Students. The Jury will be neutral as well as with the organizers of the CBS2 Day than with PhD students they know.

Supported by : Ecole Doctorale CBS2, BioCampus, Université Montpellier, Pôle Rabelais, Labex EpigenMed, IMGT, MRI, RHEM, Cisbio, Amylgen, Janvier, Genopolys, CNRS, INSERM

Genopolys
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Caution ! Genopolys have no parking space ! Please prioritize public transportation or park your car in the Parking Occitanie just outside of the campus. The access door to Genopolys is located between the parking occitanie and the tramway station (white door).

  • Address
    Campus Arnaud de Villeneuve
    141 rue de la Cardonille
    34396 Montpellier cedex 5

  • Access 
    Tramway line 1, Occitanie Stop
    Bus line 6, Occitanie Stop
    Parking Occitanie

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Supported by : Ecole Doctorale CBS2, BioCampus, Université Montpellier, Pôle Rabelais, Labex EpigenMed, IMGT, MRI, RHEM, Cisbio, Amylgen, Janvier, Genopolys, CNRS, INSERM

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