09:30 Registration, welcome coffee

Session 1: From virus to vector?
INV01 Els Verhoeyen, University of Nice 
Turning HIV into a therapeutic vector?
INV02 Eduard Ayuso, University of Nantes
Converting adeno-associated viruses into therapeutic drugs
INV03 Karim Benihoud, Institut Gustave Roussy, Paris
Vaccine strategies based on adenovirus-derived vectors

4 x oral presentations (5')

12:20 Lunch + Posters
13:30 Session 2: Engineering research application?

INV04 Philippe Mangeot,  ENS Lyon
Genome editing in primary cells using viral-like particles loaded with Cas9-sgRNA ribonucleoproteins.
INV05 Deniz Dalkara, Institut de la Vision, Paris
AAV vectors: design and applications in the retina
INV06 Pascal Fender, Institut de Biologie Structurale, Grenoble
Adenovirus dodecahedron a Swiss knife to study viral tropism and beyond

4 x oral presentations (5')

15:20 Coffee break

Session 3: Clinical applications

INV07 Paula Rio, CIEMAT Ciberer, Madrid
Update on the Fanconi anaemia clinical trial
INV08 Federico Mingozzi, Spark Therapeutics, Philadelphia
Gene transfer for Pompe disease, turning the liver into a depot for acid alpha-glucosidase
INV09 Kerry Fisher, University of Oxford
Clinical applications of replicating gene delivery vectors?

4 x oral presentations (5')

17.45 Closing drinks and posters