Programme

09h00 Welcome
09h30 Introduction : Immuno-psychiatry – changing paradigm - Marion Leboyer (Inserm U955, Université Paris-Est-Créteil, Hôpitaux Universitaires Henri Mondor)
 

I. SOMATIC and PSYCHIATRIC COMORBIDITIES

Chair: Pr Dominique CHARRON, St Louis, AP-HP and Inserm Paris

09h45 - 10h05 The Mosaic of autoimmunity : psychiatric implications – Yehuda Shoenfeld (Israel)
10h05 - 10h25 M: Mastocytosis and depression – Raphaël Gaillard (Hôpital Ste Anne et Institut Pasteur, Paris)
10h25 - 10h45 Neuroimmune interactions in psychiatric dimensions – Lucile Capuron (INRA, Bordeaux)
10h45 - 11h00 Discussion
11h - 11h15 Coffee break
 

II. ANIMAL MODELS and IMMUNO-PSYCHIATRY

Chair: Lucile Capuron, INRA, Bordeaux

11h15 - 11h35 Microbiota-Gut-Brain axis in autism – Michel Neunlist (Inserm, Université, Nantes)
11h35 - 11h55 Prenatal Infections and Neurodevelopmental Disorders – Urs Meyer (Zurich, SW)
11h55 - 12h15 Neuro-immune interplay: lessons from molecular imaging" – Laurent Groc (CNRS, Bordeaux)
12h15 - 12h30 Discussion
 

III. DATA BLITZ SESSION

Chair: Marion Leboyer

12h30 - 13h00 2-min short presentation by young scientists
13h00 - 14h00 Lunch
 

IV. IMMUNO-PHENOTYPING in PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS

Chair: Pr Patrice Debré, Institut d’Immunologie, Inserm, Salpêtrière and Académie des sciences, Paris

14h00 - 14h20 Mood disorders: T cell deficiency syndromes” – Hemmo Drexhage (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
14h20 - 14h40 Cytokine signatures and psychosis – Nicolas Glaichenhaus (CNRS, Sofia-Antipolis)
14h40 - 15h00 Immuno-genetic background in bipolar disorder – Ryad Tamouza (Inserm U955, Créteil)
15h00 - 15h15 Discussion
15h15 - 15h30 Coffee break
 

V. INNOVATIVE TREATMENT STRATEGIES

Chair: Pr Eliane Gluckman, St Louis, Paris

15h30 - 16h00 Anti-inflammatory treatments of psychosis – Iris Sommer (University of Utrecht, NL)
16h00 - 16h20 Treg and IL2 in psychiatric disorders – David Klatzman (Salpêtrière, Paris)
16h20 - 16h40 Probiotic in psychiatry – Pierre-Yves Mousset (Indigo, Paris)
16h40 Discussion
 

Conclusion Professeur Eliane Gluckman