Radiobiology in medicine (2013)



National meeting
"Radiobiology in medicine"
program and files to download


Session I : Molecular mecanisms of radiation and resistance mechanisms
Chairman : Marie Dutreix

Introduction of "cell of cell" by ionizing radiations
Jean-Lus Perfettini (Gustave Roussy, Villejuif)

Targeting poly (ADP-ripose) metabolism to potentialize radiotherapy
Valérie Schreiber (IREBS, Illkrich)

Nucléoshulting of ATM and the low/high radiation dose response
Guillaume Voguin (CRC, Lyon)


Session II : Biology systemic for biomarker identification and treatment prognosis
Chairman : Nicolas Foray

Comprehensive map of DNA repair signaling network: computational analysis of synthetic lethality in DNA repair and application for cancer treatment design
Inna Kuperstein (Institut Curie, Paris)

Challenge for physics in radiobiology of hadrons
N.M. Mazure (IRCAN, Nice)


Session III : Protocol and treatment modulating tumor and tissue sensitivity to radiation
Chairman : Eric Lartigau

Elisabeth-Moyal-Cohen-Jonathan (Institut C. Regaud, Toulouse)

Radiosensitizing ultra small gadolinium based nanoparticle
Olivier Tillement (Université Claude Bernard, Lyon)

Gerard Montarou (Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand)


Session IV: Examples of the dutch and german translational radiotherapy programs: placing our organization into perspective.
Chairman: Eric Deutsch

The NKI model
Marcel Verheij

The DFMZ model


Session V: Immunology and microenvironment
Chairman: Paul-Henri Romeo

Microenvironment, irradiation and hematopoietic stem cells
Nathalie Gault (CEA-DSV-iRCM/Inserm Unit 967, Fontenay-aux-Roses)

Effets secondaires cliniques potentiels, prédiction et prise en charge
David Azria/Céline Bourgier (Université Montpellier)

Modulation of endothelial cell response during classical and hypofractionated radiotherapy
François Paris (Centre de Recherche en Cancérologie, Nantes-Angers)

Discussions and conclusion: Pr Fabien Calvo (directeur général adjoint de l’INCa)


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