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The group led by Aura Carreira reveals that the DNA binding function of BRCA2 is necessary to prevent the appearance of "ssDNA gaps" at replication forks. This function is altered in BRCA2 mutations associated with breast cancer.
Jesús Ávila y Crisanto Gutiérrez han sido galardonados con el Premio de la Medalla Margarita Salas a la mejor trayectoria en supervisión de personal investigador 2022 del CSIC
María Llorens, investigadora del CBM Severo Ochoa, ha recibido el Premio de Investigación Médica Traslacional de la de la Real Academia Nacional de Medicina de España 2022.
Damos la enhorabuena a nuestra compañera Ana Ortega por haber recibido el "Premio de investigación Margarita Salas 2022 a jóvenes investigadores" de la Comunidad de Madrid.
María Llorens Martín, investigadora del CBM, ha sido galardonada con el Permio Fundación Pfizer de Innovación Científica en la categoría de Investigación Básica. A través de un estudio multicéntrico publicado en Science, ha demostrado la existencia del fenómeno de neurogénesis adulta en el cerebro humano.
Damos la enhorabuena a nuestra compañera Maria Llorens que le ha sido otorgado el premio nacional de investigacion para jóvenes Gabriela Morreale, en el área de medicina y ciencias de la salud.
Los investigadores Claudio Toma y Esther Serrano-Saiz lideran un Proyecto de la Fundación Alicia Koplowitz para el estudio genético y funcional de los genes DMRT en enfermedades psiquiatrícas y su sesgo sexual
Nuria Martínez-Martín, investigadora del CBMSO, lidera uno de los proyectos selecionados en la convocatoria CaixaResearch de Investigación en Salud 2022
Un estudio liderado por el grupo de Miguel Manzanares investigador del CBM, analiza los factores que otorgan plasticidad a las células pluripotentes y su papel en la elección de los linajes celulares.
María Llorens, investigadora del CBM Severo Ochoa ha sido elegida Miembro de la Academia Europaea
Maria Mittelbrunn, group leader at the Centro de Biologia Molecular, has been awarded with ERC Consolidator Grant

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31 Jan

Seminar Program 2 - Tissue and Organ Homeostasis

Unit:   Cell Architecture and Organogenesis

Title:   "Characterization of a unique organization of corneal endothelial cells that determines their barrier properties"

Speaker: Gema Cerro Tello

Unit:   Cell architecture and Organogenesis

Title:   Molecular characterization of early gut formation and homeostasis in vertebrates"

Speaker:   Fernando Martín-Belmonte

Internal Seminar

01 Feb

Seminar Program 4 - Interactions with the Environment

Title: "Notch signaling in thymus epithelial cells homeostasis and thymus involution"

Speaker: Carmela Cela

Group:  María Luisa Toribio


Internal Seminar

02 Feb

Seminar Program 1 - Genome Dynamics and Function

Title:   "The Impact of Coordinating DNA Replication and Transcription Speeds on Chromatin Landscape and Genome Stability"

Speaker:   Sara Martín (Lab. 405) 

 Group:   María Gómez Vicentefranqueira

Internal Seminar

03 Feb

24 Severo Ochoa Seminar Cycle "Advances in Molecular Biology" - PRESENTIAL -

Title:    “Cell competition and how cells deal with their stressed neighbours​​

Speaker:  Tristán Rodríguez (Faculty of Medicine, National Heart & Lung Institute. Imperial College London. London, UK)

Host:   Miguel Manzanares       mmanzanares@cbm.csic.es     ext. 4475

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10 Feb

24 Severo Ochoa Seminar Cycle "Advances in Molecular Biology" - PRESENTIAL -

Title:    “Autophagy and neurodegeneration”​​

Speaker: David Rubinsztein (Cambridge Institute of Medical Research, Cambridge, Uk)

Host:   Fernando Martín-Belmonte     fmartin@cbm.csic.es     ext. 4615

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24 Feb

24 Severo Ochoa Seminar Cycle "Advances in Molecular Biology" - PRESENTIAL -

Title:    “Metabolism:the issue of gender​​

Speaker: Adriana Maggi (Univeristy of Milan, Italy)

Host:   Sara Cogliati      scogliati@cbm.csic.es     ext. 4514

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24 Feb

Reading of Doctoral Theses     - PRESENCIAL -

Title:  "Role of P13-kinase regulatory subunit (p85) isoforms in synaptic plasticity”

Speaker:  Sergio López García

Director:  José A. Esteban

Place:   Sala Ramón Areces CBM

02 Mar

Special Seminar    - PRESENTIAL -

Title: Targeting Neoantigens to solid tumors to enable immunotherapy

Speaker: Tatiana Hurtado de Mendoza (University of California San Diego)

Host:  Lourdes Ruiz   lruiz@cbm.csic.es  

Place: Sala Ramón Areces CBM

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