Saturday, 18th January 2020

Special Seminar 19/12/2017

2017.12.19 luis alberto baena lopez


Luis A. Baena-López

Sir William Dunn School, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK

"Live and let die: inverting the story of the caspases"

Special Seminar 14/11/2017

2017 11 14 Hector Morreno Borrego


Héctor Moreno Borrego

Institute of Microbiology, University Hospital Center, University of Lausane

"Adaptación de Virus RNA y evasión de la respuesta innata inmune"

Special Seminar 13/11/2017

2017 11 13 Manuel Valiente spec


Manuel Valiente

Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncológicas (CNIO), Madrid

"The biology of brain metastasis: Ongoing efforts to challenge an unmet clinical need"

Special Seminar 03/11/2017

2017.11.03 david baltimore


David Baltimore

California Institute of Technology, CA, USA
(Premio Nobel de Fisiología o Medicina 1975)

"From Loving Viruses, to being Amazed by Cancer, to Admiring the Immune Response"

Special Seminar 05/10/2017

2017.10.05 guillermo vicent


Guillermo P. Vicent

Centre de Regulació Genòmica (CRG), Barcelona

"Chromatin dynamics during hormone-dependent gene regulation in breast cancer cells"

Special Seminar 21/09/2017

2017.09.20 carlos chillon marinasAfNur


Carlos Chillon-Marinas

Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, Univ. of California at San Diego, La Jolla, CA, USA

"Mutant Huntingtin Exacerbates Aging Features"

Special Seminar 26/07/2017

2017.07.26 jose carlos pastor pareja


José C. Pastor-Pareja

School of Life Sciences, Tsinghua University, Beijing

"Building basement membranes: secretion, assembly and role in tissue growth"

Special Seminar 11/07/2017

2017.07.11 irene garcia higuera


Irene García-Higuera

Instituto de Biología Funcional y Genómica (IBFG), Salamanca

"Modelos Animales de Inactivación de APC/C-Cdh1, una Ubiquitina-Ligasa con Importantes Funciones en Mamíferos"

Special Seminar 04/07/2017

2017.07.04 enrique martin gayo


Enrique Martín Gayo

Ragon Institute, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

"Identification of a highly functional DC subset by single-cell RNAseq in HIV1 controllers"

Special Seminar 26/06/2017

2017.06.26 nashaat gerges


Nashaat Gerges

Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA

"Role of neurogranin in the balance of synaptic plasticity during health and disease"

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