11th INTERNATIONAL CERAMIDE CONFERENCE

 19-22 April 2021 

MEET THE EXPERTS

WEDNESDAY, 21st APRIL

Imaging with MS

Rick Drake

Medical University Of South Carolina, USA

Clinical applications of SPL research, where do we stand?

Scott Summers

University of Utah, USA

Clinical applications of SPL research, where do we stand?

Shikhar Mehrotra

Medical University Of South Carolina, USA

Approaches for the identification of direct SPLs targets

Christoph Arenz

Humboldt Universitat Zu Berlin, Germany

Outstanding questions in the quest for SPL-mediated biology

Yusuf Hannun

Stony Brook University, USA

Sphingolipidomics-combination with other methodologies and future perspectives

Al Merrill

Georgia Tech, USA

Imaging with MS

Giovanni D'Angelo

EPFL, Switzerland

Clinical applications of SPL research, where do we stand?

Mark Kester

University of Virginia, USA

Approaches for the identification of direct SPLs targets

Gemma Fabrias

Rubam, Spain

Approaches for the identification of direct SPLs targets

Daniel Canals

Stony Brook University, USA

Outstanding questions in the quest for SPL-mediated biology

Tony Futerman

Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel

Sphingolipidomics-combination with other methodologies and future perspectives

Howard Riezmann

University of Geneva, Switzerland

“Meet the Experts” group sessions:

  • Imaging with MSRick Drake and Giovanni D’Angelo

  • Clinical applications of SPL research, where do we stand?Mark Kester, Scott Summers, Shikhar Mehrotra

  • Approaches for the identification of direct SPLs targetsGemma Fabrias, Christoph Arenz, Daniel Canals

  • Outstanding questions in the quest for SPL-mediated biologyYusuf Hannun and Tony Futerman

  • Sphingolipidomics-combination with other methodologies and future perspectives –  Al Merrill and Howard Riezman

Each group session will consist on a 15 min presentation by the experts on the status of the field followed by discussion. Participants are encouraged to register for the required group session and to email their questions ahead of time so they can be used as a starting point for the discussion.