Friday, 19th April 2019

Special Seminar 20/07/2015

2015.7.20.agimenez cassina

 

Alfredo Giménez-Cassina

Karolinska Institut
Stockholm, Suecia

"New mechanisms of nutrient sensing and metabolic homeostasis"

Special Seminar 09/07/2015

2015.7.9.phorcajada

 

Patricia Horcajada

Institut Lavoisier, CNRS, Université de Versailles
Francia

"Metal Organic frameworks for bioapplications"

Special Seminar 08/07/2015

2015.7.8.mnhalgamuge

 

Malka N. Halgamuge

Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
University of Melbourne, Australia

"Raising Public Awareness of Radiation: Potential Health Risks from Non-ionizing Radiation Hazards"

Special Seminar 24/06/2015

2015.6.24.msmolka

 

Marcus Smolka

Weill Institute for Cell and Molecular Biology
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (USA)

"Genome Integrity: Rethinking Checkpoints"

Special Seminar 22/06/2015

2015.6.22.cqdoe

 

Chris Q. Doe

HHMI, Institute of Neuroscience
University of Oregon, Eugene (USA)

"Temporal patterning generates neuronal diversity in Drosophila"

Special Seminar 18/06/2015

2015.6.18.rradi

 

Rafael Radi

Universidad de la República, Facultad de Medicina
Montevideo, Uruguay

"Oxidative stress and mitochondrial dysfunction in pathology: opportunities for mitochondrial-targeted pharmacology in vivo"

Special Seminar 09/06/2015

2015.6.9.aclaudiocuello

 

A. Claudio Cuello

Department of Pharmacology
McGill University Montreal, PQ, Canada

"Evidence for an early-proinflammatory process and deregulation of the NGF metabolism in the Alzheimer's pathology"

Special Seminar 18/05/2015

2015.5.18.lfbarros

 

L. Felipe Barros

Centro de Estudios Científicos CECs, Valdivia, Chile

"Neurometabolic coupling mechanisms revealed with novel FRET nanosensors"

Special Seminar 04/05/2015

2015.5.4.aschnittger

 

Arp Schnittger

Department of Developmental Biology, University of Hamburg, Germany

"Control of the homologous DNA repair pathway in plants"

Special Seminar 14/04/2015

2015.4.14.jmodolell

 

Juan Modolell

Profesor ad honorem del CSIC en el CBMSO

"De la Bioquímica a la Biología del Desarrollo, pasando por la Microbiología"

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