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Last Friday, January 26th, Dr. Álvaro Rada Iglesias, gave a Seminar in the Ramón Areces Hall belonging to the "25th Severo Ochoa Seminar Cycle". The hostess was Maria Gomez
Last Friday, December 15, Dr. Christoph Hess gave the "29th Severo Ochoa Memorial Lecture". The host was María Navarro.
Presentation of the book 'Margarita Salas' (ed. CSIC) at the CBM, November 25, 2023. Editors: Jesús Ávila, Luis Blanco and Cristina Garmendia.
Last Friday, November 17, Dr. Irene Miguel Aliaga, gave a seminar in Sala Ramón Areces belonging to the "25th Severo Ochoa Seminar Cycle". The host was Esther Serrano.
Last Friday, November 3rd, Dr. Bruno Silva-Santos gave a Seminar in the Ramón Areces Room, belonging to the "25th Severo Ochoa Seminar Cycle". The hosts were María L. Toribio and María Navarro.

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16 Feb

Special Seminar  

Title:   Regulation of humoral memory compartments"

Speaker:   Tomohiro Kurosaki  (University of Osaka, Japan)

Host:    Nuria Martínez   nmartinez@cbm.csic.es   Ext. 4517

Place:   Sala Ramón Areces, CBM

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20 Feb

Seminar Program 2 - Tissue and Organ Homeostasis

Unit:  Cell Architecture and Organogenesis

Title:  "Regulation of Epithelial tubulogenesis by Selective Autophagy: Mechanisms and Remodeling Dynamics"

Speaker:  Gabriel Baonza

Group:  Fernando Martín-Belmonte

Unit:  Cell-cell Comunication and inflammation

Title:  "Maintenance of cellular senescence"

Speaker:  Ginés Morata

Internal Seminars

21 Feb

Seminar Program 4 - Interactions with the Environment

Title:   "Exploring the role of STAG2 in unidirectional DNA Movement via a novel Ratchet Mechanism and its Significance in the Loop Extrusion Process

Speaker:   David Ros-Pardo 

Group: Paulino Gómez Puertas

Internal Seminar

23 Feb

25th Severo Ochoa Seminar Series (2023-2024) "Advances in Molecular Biology"

Title:    “Molecular and celular principles of hipocampal neurogénesis across the adult mouse lifespan”​​

Speaker:   Sebastian Jessberger (Brain Research Institute, University of Zürich, Zürich, Swiss)

Host:    María Llorens.   mllorens@cbm.csic.es    Ext. 4632

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28 Feb

Seminar Program 4 - Interactions with the Environment

Title:   "Fidelity of RNA-dependent DNA polymerization of HIV reverse transcriptases using NGS: Transcription error threshold and the impact of the RNA source

Speaker:   Javier Martínez del Río

Group:   Luis Menéndez

Internal Seminar

29 Feb

Seminar Program 1 - Genome Dynamics and Function

Title:   "A rewiring of DNA replication underlies pluripotency transitions in mouse stem cells"

Speaker:   Juan Méndez (Department of Molecular Oncology, CNIO)

 Host:  Aura Carreira   acarreira@cbm.csic.es     Ext. 4497

Internal Seminar

01 Mar

25 Severo Ochoa Seminar Cycle "Advances in Molecular Biology"

Title:    “IL-12 and IL-23: paradoxes in inflammation”​​

Speaker:   Burkhard Becher (Institute of Experimental Immunology, University of Zurich, Switzerland)

Host: María Navarro   marian.navarro@cbm.csic.es    Ext. 4453

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07 Mar

Doctoral Thesis Defense

Title:   "Contribución de la actividad independiente de fosfatasa de la calcineurina de las células del músculo liso a la hipertensión arterial

Speaker:   Yilin Sun

Director:   Miguel R. Campanero y Juan Miguel Redondo

Place:  Sala Ramón Areces, CBM

08 Mar

Doctoral Thesis Defense

Title:   "Organización del citoesqueleto de actina en las barreras celulares de la córnea y su respuesta al estrés. Búsqueda de biomarcadores de queratocono

Speaker:   Gema Cerro Tello

Directores:   Jaime Millán Martínez y Jade Louber

Place:  Sala Ramón Areces, CBM

15 Mar

Doctoral Thesis Defense

Title:   "Viral quasispecies dynamics in the design and efficacy of antiviral strategies

Speaker:   Carlos García Crespo

Director:   Celia Perales y Pablo Gastaminza

Place:   Centro Nacional de Biotecnología (CNB)

05 Apr

Doctoral Thesis Defense

Title:   "Role of RRAS2 overexpression behind breast cancer development

Speaker:   Claudia Cifuentes Caballero

Director:   Balbino Alarcón

Place:  Sala Ramón Areces, CBM

19 Apr

Doctoral Thesis Defense

Title:   "Efectos de la quinasa Plk1 en la regulación de factores de transcripción proneurales

Speaker:   Coral López Fonseca

Director:   Eva Porlan

Place:  Sala Ramón Areces, CBM

25 Apr

25 Severo Ochoa Seminar Cycle "Advances in Molecular Biology"

Title:    “Metabolic Rewiring Driving Metastasis Formation”​​

Speaker:   Sarah-Maria Fendt (VIB KU Leuven Center for Cancer Biology. Leuven, Belgium)

Host:  Eduardo Balsa    ebalsa@csic.es    Ext. 4739

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