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Monday, 21st October 2019

Special Seminar 27/05/2016

2016.5.27.cassandra extavour


Cassandra Extavour

Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University
Cambridge, MA, USA

"Alternative model organisms: new tools, new insights into the evolution of development"

Special Seminar 24/05/2016

2016.5.24.alessandra agresti


Alessandra Agresti

Chromatin Dynamic Unit, San Raffaele Scientific Institute
Milano, Italy

"Living with fewer histones: Nucleosome number modulation as a new layer of epigenic regulation"

Special Seminar 20/05/2016

2016.5.20.rolf karlstrom


Rolf Karlstrom

Department of Biology, University of Massachusetts, Amherts, MA, USA

"Life-Long Roles for Shh in the Zebrafish Forebrain and Pituitary: Tracking Hedgehog Signaling from Cradle to Grave"

Special Seminar 02/03/2016

2016.3.2.david g miguez


David G. Míguez

Biophysics and Systems Biology Lab., Dpto. de Física de la Materia Condensada
Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

"Systems approaches to cancer and developmental systems"

Special Seminar 26/02/2016

2016.2.26.jose maria fernandez sousa


José María Fernández Sousa

Presidente de PharmaMar

"Discovery and Development of marine-derived anti-cancer agents"

Special Seminar 05/02/2016

2016.2.05.victor tybulewicz


Victor Tybulewicz

Francis Crick Institute. Imperial College London. London, UK

"Novel signalling pathways controlling T cell adhesion and migration"

Special Seminar 21/01/2016

2016.1.21.maria mittelbrunn


María Mittelbrunn

Fundación de Investigación del Hospital 12 de Octubre

"Comunicación mitocondria-sistema endolisosomal durante la inflamación"

Special Seminar 19/01/2016

2016.1.19.diego villar


Diego Villar

Cambridge Institute - Cancer Research UK
and University of Cambridge, UK

"Evolution of gene regulation in 20 Mammals"

Special Seminar 04/01/2016

2016.1.04.diana gil pages


Diana Gil Pagés

Mayo Clinic Department of Immunology, USA

"Exploiting conformational changes found in antigen receptors to manipulate T cell function"

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