Sunday, September 11th 2022

16:00 – 19:00 Welcome of the meeting attendees

19:00 Welcome drink and Dinner

21:00 Plenary lecture 

Albrecht Schwab (Münster, Germany) KCa3.1 channels in non-small cell lung cancer

 

Monday, September 12th 2022

08:15 Opening session

08:30 Symposium 1: “Ion channels and tumour microenvironment”

Organized by Anna Rita Cantelmo (Lille, France)

Maike Glitsch (Hamburg, Germany) GPR68 and TRPC4 – partners in crime?

Elena Adinolfi (Ferrara, Italy) Role of P2X7 receptor in extracellular vesicles release, purinergic signalling modulation and immune response in cancer

Charles Thodeti (Toledo, Ohio, USA) A TRP to tumor angiogenesis

Selected speaker: selection by the committee of a speaker from the submitted abstracts

10:15 Coffee break 

10:40 Oral communication session 1

Organized by Pietro Mesirca (Montpellier, France)

Selection by the committee of 4 speakers from the submitted abstracts

11:40 1-minute oral presentation for posters (even numbers)

12:30 Lunch

14:00 Poster session 1

15:45 Coffee break

16:00 Symposium 2: “Ion channels in motor neuron physiopathology” 

Organized by Cécile Hilaire (Montpellier, France)

Gareth B Miles (St Andrews, UK) Deciphering novel modulatory components of spinal motor circuits

Frederic Brocard (Marseille, France): Calpain-mediated cleavage of Nav1.6 and Kv7.2 channels fosters the hyperexcitability of motoneurons after spinal cord injury and leads to spasticity

Daniel Zytnicki (Paris, France): Early reversible structural and functional impairments of excitatory synapses on spinal motoneurons from ALS mice

Selected speaker: selection by the committee of a speaker from the submitted abstracts

17:45 Oral communication session 2

Organized by Aubin Penna (Poitiers, France)

selection by the committee of 4 speakers from the submitted abstracts

18:45-19:15 Sponsors presentations

19:30 Apéritif dinatoire Sétois 

 

Tuesday, September 13th 2022

08:30 Symposium 3: “Ion channel and pain processing”

Organized by Perrine Inquimbert (Strasbourg, France)

Reza Sharif Naeini (Québec, Canada): How we feel: molecular sensors underlying our senses of touch and pain

Emmanuel Deval (Valbonne, France) Acid-Sensing Ion Channels (ASICs) in peripheral and spinal pain processes

Pierre F. Mery (Montpellier, France) The T-type calcium channel Cav3.2 is a “pain” in the spinal cord

Selected speaker: selection by the committee of a speaker from the submitted abstracts 

10:15 Coffee break

10:30 1-minute oral presentation for posters (odd numbers)

11:00 Poster session 2


12:30 Lunch

13:30 Appointment for Social event: Boat excursion

 

17:15 Symposium 4: “Mechanosensitive Ion channels: from bacteria to mammalians”

Organized by Claire Legendre (Angers, France)

Jean-Marie Frachisse (Gif sur Yvette, France)  Sensing forces in plants with mechanosensitive channels

Boris Martinac (Darlinghurst, Australia) What have we learned about mechanotrasduction from studies of bacterial mechanosensitive channels

Bertrand Coste (Marseille, France) Somatosensory mechanotransduction

Selected speaker: selection by the committee of a speaker from the submitted abstracts

19:00 Annual meeting of the Association

20:00 Dinner

22:00 Evening Party

 

Wednesday, September 14th 2022 

09:30 Symposium 5: Ion channels & nanodomains

Organized by Fabien Brette (Bordeaux, France)

Joahnnes Hell (Davis, California, USA) How phosphorylation of the Ca2+ channel CaV1.2 captures your attention

Julia Gorelik (London, UK) Differential L-Type calcium channel nanodomain signaling in Heart Failure

Elise Balse (Paris, France) 

Cardiac sodium channel partner multiplicity: a role in cardiomycyte electromechanical organization?

Selected speaker: selection by the committee of a speaker from the submitted abstracts

11:15 Coffee break

11:40 Prizes and Meeting closure

12:00 Lunch

14:00 Airport shuttle departure