Crisanto Gutiérrez elegido Member of Academia Europaea en la seccion Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Empezamos en el CBM con extracciones y PCRs de muestras nasofaríngeas del proyecto Centinela. Damos las gracias al Servicio de Genómica y Secuenciación Masiva (GENGS) del CBMSO por todo su esfuerzo en ponerlo a punto. El proyecto Centinela está coordinado por el grupo de Margarita del Val en estrecha colaboración con el Servicio de Salud Laboral del CSIC
Investigadores del CBMSO descubren una nueva aproximación terapéutica del cáncer utilizando como dianas el metabolismo mitocondrial y la angiogénesis. El estudio ha sido liderado por José M. Cuezva, siendo su primer autor Cristina Nuevo-Tapioles, y ha sido publicado en Nature Communications
Investigadores del grupo de Inmunometabolismo e Inflamación descubren el papel fundamental de los linfocitos T en el envejecimiento y en las enfermedades asociadas a la edad. El estudio ha sido liderado por María Mittelbrunn, con la colaboración entre otros de Antonio Alcamí y María Navarro, y se ha publicado en la revista Science
El científico Cayetano von Kobbe estudiará el papel de las células senescentes en el desarrollo de la COVID-19
El proyecto liderado por Margarita Sáiz y Francisco Sobrino contempla el estudio de la actividad antiviral de RNAs no codificantes inmunomoduladores y de compuestos dirigidos contra dianas celulares frente a coronavirus humanos
El grupo de "Fisiopatología Molecular de la Fibrosis" del CBMSO explorará junto al servicio de Neumología del Hospital "Príncipe de Asturias" el potencial terapéutico de la Metformina en la fibrosis pulmonar post-COVID19
Los grupos de Ugo Bastolla y Manuel Fresno juntamente con el IRYCIS inician un proyecto para determinar si los niveles de ACE2 en pacientes son un Biomarcador de Riesgo de la Enfermedad COVID19
Los investigadores del CSIC en el CBMSO Luis Blanco (izquierda) y Miguel de Vega (derecha) inician un proyecto financiado por el ISCIII y en el que usarán una variante de la polimerasa de phi29 para detectar el coronavirus SARS-CoV2 de manera rápida, sencilla y fiable
El Instituto de Salud Carlos III financia el proyecto AIRCovid19 (Air Innovation & Research for covid19) liderado por Antonio Alcamí (grupo Immunity & Viromics) en el CBMSO. El proyecto busca detectar SARS-CoV2 en el aire en diferentes zonas de los hospitales, y diseñar nuevos métodos que permitan la detección rápida de virus en el aire. Participan los hospitales La Paz y Severo Ochoa, el Centro Nacional de Microbiología, IMDEA Nanociencia e ISGlobal de Barcelona
El grupo de la Dra. Margarita del Val inicia un proyecto para caracterizar la respuesta inmunológica al virus SARS-CoV-2 para el control de la fase pandémica. Esto ayudará a analizar el verdadero impacto de la pandemia en España y a estimar la vulnerabilidad de la población frente a nuevas oleadas de infecciones
El grupo del Prof. Balbino Alarcón inicia un proyecto para la generación de anticuerpos humanos terapeúticos contra el SARS-CoV-2 mediante estrategias in silico e in vitro
Esteban Domingo elegido Miembro extranjero de la National Academy of Science (EEUU)
Fallece Carlos Alonso
Ha fallecido nuestro querido compañero Carlos Alonso, Profesor Vinculado ad Honorem CSIC y Profesor Honorario de la UAM, y un referente en ciencia y en bioética
Nuestra compañera Margarita del Val habla del COVID-19
Fallece Margarita Salas
Ha fallecido nuestra compañera Margarita Salas, estandarte de la ciencia en España de los últimos años
Crisanto Gutierrez has been awarded the ERC Advanced Grant PLANTGROWTH: exploiting genome replication to design improved plant growth strategies

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Santander Fondo Solidario Juntos

El Banco Santander ha realizado una donación a la FSO para apoyar la investigación relativa a COVID-19 en el CBMSO, en el marco del "Fondo Solidario Juntos" que han creado para contribuir a la lucha contra la pandemia.

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