Centre of expertise for research in immuno-oncology and transplantation
Education and training

Sharing know-how and knowledge :

Training future researchers and clinicians is an integral part of DHU Oncogreffe’s missions. The challenge is to strengthen the dialogue between cancerology, imaging and immunology to create a common culture between researchers, teachers, clinicians and care-givers, promoting the decompartmentalisation of know-how and practices to provide patients with better service.

The DHU Oncogreffe teaching programme is coordinated by an educational committee comprising scientists, pharmacists and physicians to ensure the links between the different courses. It includes discussion at every stage of the teaching and agreement with the proposed formation of Future Investment programmes in Nantes. Thus, the DHU promotes scientific and medical training in the form of short professionalising courses (initial or ongoing training) in connection with the programmes at LabEx IGO and IRON, EquipEx and IHU CESTI with the support of the Pays de la Loire region:

  • training courses in translational immunology (within the context of labex IGO)
  •  transplantation surgery school (IHU CESTI)
  • international summer schools (LabEx IGO)
  • preparation of radiopharmaceuticals (LabEx IRON)…

    Scientific conferences supported by the DHU Oncogreffe in :

    2016


    Eagen postgraduate course EAGEN course
    This year, the EAGEN postgraduate course was dedicated to “Gastric cancer: From bench to bedside (June 15th to 17th). Located in Nantes, with more 80 registrations, it offered a great opportunity to share the newest knowledge and experience in this severe pathology, including both its fundamental and clinical aspects, with the european opinion leaders dealing with gastric cancer, through highly interactive and stimulating sessions.

     FOCIS Advanced Course in Immunology
    With the help of the DHU’s generous financial support we are proud to announce that the 1st European FOCIS Advanced Course in Immunology was a success.The course took place at the Institute Pasteur in Paris from October 17th to 19th with the full maximum capacity of 120 registrations. Almost half of the participants were from France, whilst the others came from 12 other European countries as well as the USA, Chile and Qatar. Our speakers were also from diverse international origins: USA, France, Italy, Germany, UK and Chile; the course was truly an international event.

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    21st Nantes Actualités Transplantation (NAT) conference
    When Stem Cells Meet Immunology” has been the topic of the 21st annual “Nantes Actualités en Transplantation” (NAT) meeting (June 9-10, 2016, Nantes, France). This meeting brought together pioneers and leading experts in the fields of stem cells, biomaterials and immunoregulation. Presentations covered multipotent (mesenchymal and hematopoietic) and pluripotent (embryonic and induced) stem cells (PSC) for regenerative medicine of incurable diseases (liver, retina and inflammatory diseases, cancer), immunotherapy and blood transfusions. . Read the programme

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2nd Summer School LabEX IGO
The second IGO SUMMER MEETING has been organized in Nantes,  from 21st to 22nd April  2016 .This meeting is designed for students, clinicians, research associates and basic science investigators. Topics have included new aspects and new trends of immunotherapy in organ transplantation and cancer. Oral and poster presentation sessions have provided great opportunity for in-depth discussions between clinicians and researchers.

2015


 

3rd Nuclear Technologies for Health Symposium
The Nuclear Technologies for Health Symposium (NTHS) is organized by the IRON LabEX (Innovative Radiopharmaceuticals for Oncology and Neurology Laboratory of Excellence). The third edition took place on March 10-11, 2015 at the CCI Nantes St Nazaire. This meeting reinforce the dialogue between physicians, scientists and technologists to advance nuclear medicine and promote transdisciplinary cooperation. This year’s sessions were focus on : (i) Innovative tracers in neurology : from bench to benside, (ii) Multimodality imaging, (iii) Theranostics in nuclear medicine, (iv)Targeted radionuclide therapy. Read the programme

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20th Nantes Actualités Transplantation (NAT) conference
The theme of the NAT2015 congress was “infectious diseases in transplantation” and more widely in the immuno-depressed subject. This year, nine invited speakers out of the sixteen came from foreign countries including the United States, Germany, Switzerland, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Spain and Chile highlighting the international character of the congress.

 

2014


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19th Nantes Actualités Transplantation (NAT) conference
The 19th Nantes Actualités Transplantation (NAT) conference is organised by the Immunology and Transplantation Research Centre (UMR1064-ITUN). The event took place on 5 and 6 June 2014 at the Nantes Cité des Congrès and the theme was “Transplantation and autoimmunity: the meeting of ways.” . These 2 days were held to present the most advanced transplantation techniques and included speeches by internationally known speakers. Read the programme

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1st Summer School LabEX IGO
We are pleased to inform you that 1st IGO SUMMER MEETING is organized in Nantes, France, from 3rd to 4th July 2014. This meeting is designed for students, clinicians, research associates and basic science investigators. Topics to be covered include new aspects and new trends of immunotherapy in organ transplantation and cancer. Oral and poster presentation sessions will provide great opportunity for in-depth discussions between clinicians and researchers. Read the programme

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Cell Death in Cancer
The aim of this 2nd International Conference is to bring together clinicians and scientists who work on cell death and cancer in the hope of initiating fruitful discussions and successful collaborations. La Baule, du 14 au 17 mai 2014. Read the programme

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