Wednesday, 10th February 2016
Regular Seminar 09/02/2016
Dr. Florian Hollfelder: Rules and Tools for Efficient Enzyme Evolution, Recruitment and Discovery
17th Severo Ochoa Seminar Cycle 12/02/2016
Prof. Adolfo García Sastre: Influenza virus-host interactions
17th Severo Ochoa Seminar Cycle 11/03/2016
Prof. Akhilesh B. Reddy: Redox oscillations in the circadian (24 hour) clockwork
Consolider BrainAge 2010
Brain dysfunction during aging
Cel-DD
Aims to explore question is whether developmental mechanisms can help to maintain adult organ homeostasis and their relationship with disease
Hotdrops
Ultrahigh-throughput platform for the screening of thermostable proteins by thermophillic in vitro transcription-translation and microfluidics
Mitolab
La mitocondria y su implicación en patología humana
PrimPol
A new human primase/polymerase with a potential impact in aging
INDISNET
Redes moleculares y celulares en enfermedades inflamatorias
HOMIN
Host Microbe Interactions in Health and Disease: Interface with the Immune System
Fibroteam
Study of cellular and molecular mediators of fibrogenesis
ThymiStem
European Consortium for Development of Stem Cell-Based Therapy for Thymic Regeneration
NeuroStemCM
The study of the biology of neural stem cells for its use in cell therapy of neurodegenerative diseases
TerCel
Spanish cell therapy network

Strategic Plan ON THE MOLECULAR BASIS OF AGE-RELATED DISEASES

OUR MISSION

At the CBMSO we canalize our research to understand the molecular basis of human pathologies in particular of age-related diseases, most prevalent in our society, with the final aim to provide the necessary knowledge for the design of efficient therapies that help improve overall health and life expectancy.

Our strategic lines are based on two realities:

  • a societal need to reduce the impact of the most invalidating diseases,
  • the current involvement of the CBMSO in the study of the molecular mechanisms of pathologies with increased incidence in the aged.

OUR COMMITMENT

Taking advantage of our current workforce, the CBMSO strategic plan aims at improving the efficiency of our research and its outreach by nucleating the Center´s research focus on the molecular basis of human diseases with special emphasis on those pathologies associated with age including brain degenerative disorders, immune and inflammatory components of different diseases, and disturbances in the control of cell proliferation and differentiation.

OUR AIMS

  • strengthen interactions between the basic research teams at the CBMSO and clinical researchers working in associated clinical institutes and hospitals.
  • disseminate information about the causes and underlying molecular mechanisms of age-related diseases and advances in pathological aging research to the general public, health care professionals and the scientific community.
  • boost already exiting intramural interactions between genetic, structural, biological and behavioural approaches to research on the molecular basis of disease and disease-associated events that disturb the normal aging process.
  • provide new research resources, both through the incorporation of new research groups and cutting-edge infrastructure.
 

Featured News

Científicos españoles descubren en cerebros de pacientes de Alzheimer que estaban infectados por hongos de su propia flora
  • Novedades en la investigación sobre el Alzheimer. El hallazgo puede ofrecer claves para entender mejor el origen de este tipo de demencias.

Representative Publications

Recent Publications

pdf flat small PTEN recruitment controls synaptic and cognitive function in Alzheimer's models

pdf flat small MEPSA: minimum energy pathway analysis for energy landscapes

pdf flat small Opposing Shh and Fgf signals initiate nasotemporal patterning of the zebrafish retina

pdf flat small Resistance of Hepatitis C Virus to Inhibitors: Complexity and Clinical Implications

pdf flat small NOX4-dependent Hydrogen peroxide promotes shear stress-induced SHP2 sulfenylation and eNOS activation

pdf flat small Establishment of a Developmental Compartment Requires Interactions between Three Synergistic Cis-regulatory Modules

pdf flat small Reversal of diet-induced obesity and insulin resistance by inducible genetic ablation of GRK2

pdf flat small Cyclooxygenase-2 and Prostaglandin E2 Signaling through Prostaglandin Receptor EP-2 Favor the Development of Myocarditis during Acute Trypanosoma cruzi Infection

pdf flat small Bacteriophage GIL01 gp7 interacts with host LexA repressor to enhance DNA binding and inhibit RecA-mediated auto-cleavage

pdf flat small Matrix cross-linking lysyl oxidases are induced in response to myocardial infarction and promote cardiac dysfunction

pdf flat small ERAP1 polymorphism relevant to inflammatory disease shapes the peptidome of the birdshot chorioretinopathy-associated HLA-A*29:02 antigen

pdf flat small Cell competition, apoptosis and tumour development

pdf flat small Essential role for polymerase specialization in cellular nonhomologous end joining

pdf flat small The Homeodomain Iroquois Proteins Control Cell Cycle Progression and Regulate the Size of Developmental Fields

pdf flat small The Spalt Transcription Factors Generate the Transcriptional Landscape of the Drosophila melanogaster Wing Pouch Central Region

pdf flat small The study of the Bithorax-complex genes in patterning CCAP neurons reveals a temporal control of neuronal differentiation by Abd-B

pdf flat small miR-9-5p suppresses pro-fibrogenic transformation of fibroblasts and prevents organ fibrosis by targeting NOX4 and TGFBR2

pdf flat small Cyclooxygenase-2 and Prostaglandin E2 Signaling through Prostaglandin Receptor EP-2 Favor the Development of Myocarditis during Acute Trypanosoma cruzi Infection

pdf flat small T-cell intracellular antigens in health and disease

pdf flat small Multifunctionality of a Picornavirus Polymerase Domain: Nuclear Localization Signal and Nucleotide Recognition

pdf flat small The Mammalian Cell Cycle Regulates Parvovirus Nuclear Capsid Assembly

pdf flat small Biodiversity and distribution of polar freshwater DNA viruses

pdf flat small Chromatin and development: a special issue

 

Scientific Report

CONTACT

Nicolás Cabrera, 1, 28049 Madrid
Tel.: +34-911964401
Fax: +34-911964420
institucional at cbm.csic.es