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Wednesday, March 4th

 

10:15h  Depart from Atocha

14:00-14:30h  Arrival and check in

14:00-15:30h  Lunch

 

 Session 1 

Chair: Patricia Boya

15:30-16:30h Plenary talk. Fulvio Reggiori

Inflating autophagosomes with lipids

 

16:30-17:00h Mireia Niso-Santano

Study of 10-H2DA-induced Autophagy

17:00-17:30h David Sebastián

The mitophagy receptor BNIP3 controls inflammaging by regulating mitochondrial and lysosomal function in skeletal muscle

 

17:30 -18:00 Coffee Break

 

18:00 - 18:30  Opening Ceremony Session

 

18:30-19:00h  Patricia de la Cruz-Ojeda

Epigenetic signature involved in the therapeutic response of Sorafenib in advanced hepatocellular carcinoma

19:00-19:30h Marina García-Macia

Dissecting a neuron-to-liver crosstalk to modulate lipid metabolism in Batten disease

19:30-20:00h Olatz Pampliega

Amyloid beta modulates neuronal autophagy through the primary cilium

 

20:00 -21:30 Dinner

 

21:30  Posters and drinks

 

Thursday, March 5th

 

8:00h Breakfast

 

 Session 2 

Chair: Pilar Testillano

9:00-10:00h  Plenary talk. Céline Masclaux-Daubresse

Role of autophagy in leaf senescence and nutrient management at the whole plant level.

 

10:00-10:30h  José Luis Crespo

New insights on autophagy in the model unicellular green alga  Chlamydomonas reinhardtii

10:30-11:00h Yolanda Pérez-Pérez

Activation of papain-like cysteine proteases during programmed cell death of tapetum in barley

 

11:00-11:30h   Group photo and Coffee Break

 

11:30-12:00h Luis E. Hernández

Mercury and cadmium induced autophagy in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii associates with changes of lipid metabolism as analyzed by FTIR spectroscopy and mass spectrometry

12:00-12:30h Luis Heredia-Martínez

Characterization of an atg8 mutant by CRISPR/Cas9 in the model microalga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii

12:30-13:00h Miranda Bueno-Arribas

Molecular mechanisms and physiological relevance of the interaction between the Atg1 complex and the lipidation machinery

 

13:00-14:00h Asamblea SEFAGIA1

                              

4:00-15:30h  Lunch

 

 Session 3 

Chair: Sokhna MS. Yakhine-Diop

 

15:30- 16:00h   Jesús Alarcon-Gil

Lipophagy as a new strategy for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease

16:00-16:30h  José A. Rodríguez-Navarro

Ether lipids modulate autophagy in a parkin dependent fashion

16:30-17:00h  Alba Navarro-Romero

Therapeutic target of GCase enzyme in Parkinson’s disease with novel pharmacological chaperones

 

17:00-17:30   Coffee Break

 

17:30- 18:00h  Beatriz Villarejo-Zori

Cell corpse removal is dependent autophagy during retinal neurogenesis

18:00-18:30h Rut Valdor

A possible key target for blocking glioblastoma progression: chaperone-mediated autophagy in pericytes

18:30-19:00h Inés Maestro

Drug discovery of mitophagy modulators for neurodegenerative diseases

 

19:30h Depart from Hotel

 

20:00-21:30h Guided Tour

 

21:30h Dinner

 

 

Friday, March 6th

 

8:00 Breakfast

 

 Session 4 

Chair: Rosana González

9:00-10:00h  Plenary talk. Guido Kroemer

Autophagy and hunger: an (un?)expected link

 

10:00-10:30h Joan Villarroya

Parkin plays a key role in the control of mitophagy associated with adipose tissue plasticity in response to aging and thermal challenges

10:30-11:00h Suleva Povea-Cabello

Mitochondrial diseases modelling using patient-derived induced neurons

 

11:00-11:30h Coffee Break

 

11:30-12:00h Guillermo Mariño

ATG4D: From delipidation to neurodegeneration

12:00-12:30h Álvaro F. Fernández

The interplay between autophagy and ion transporters

12:30-13:00Ainhoa Plaza-Zabala

Microglial Autophagy and Phagocytosis: a tale of two degradation pathways

13:00-13:30h Felipe X. Pimentel-Muiños

Unconventional autophagy mediated by ATG16L1 regulates cytokine receptor trafficking and signalling

13:30-14:00h Leticia Lemus

A post-ER degradation pathway that depends on noncanonical internalization from the vacuolar membrane

 

14:00-14:15h  Concluding remarks 

 

14:15-15:30h Lunch

 

16:00h Depart to Atocha