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2021 Events
15 Jun
2021

15:00h
Seminar Program 2 - Tissue and Organ Homeostasis

Unit: Cell-cell communication and inflammation

Title: Techniques to study the molecular mechanisms of EV uptake

Speaker: Víctor Toribio

Group: María Yáñez-Mó

Internal Seminar

9 Jun
2021

12:00h
Reading of Doctoral Theses       -  ONLINE -

Title: G Protein Coupled Receptor Kinase (GRK)-2: Involvement in DNA Damage Response and Functional Repercussions in Senescence

Speaker: Adolfo Javier Molejón García

Director: Petronila Penela Márquez

Program: Doctoral Program in Molecular Biosciences

Place: Sala seminarios 101 y Ramón Areces CBM

Connection link: tesis.cbmso.es

9 Jun
2021

10:00h
Seminar Program 4 - Interactions with the Environment

Title: Terapia génica lentiviral y edición génica para el tratamiento de la Deficiencia en Piruvato Quinasa

Speaker: José Carlos Segovia, Unidad de Hematopoyesis y Terapia Génica, CIEMAT (Madrid)

Internal Seminar

8 Jun
2021

15:00h
Seminar Program 2 - Tissue and Organ Homeostasis

Unit: Cell Architecture and Organogénesis

Title: Dinamics of Hh and Spatiotemporal differentiation in a Drosophila animal model

Speaker: David Míguez

Internal Seminar

8 Jun
2021

10:00h
Seminar Program 3 - Physiological and Pathological Proccesses

Unit: Molecular Neuropathology

Title: Identification of novel regulators of mammalian adult neural stem cells using animal models: the role of Plk1

Speaker: Eva Porlan


Unit: Metabolic and Signaling Networks in disease

Title: Pathophysiological role of brain Aralar/AGC1, the mitochondrial aspartate-glutamate carrier, in animal models homeostasis in a mouse model

Speaker: Beatriz Pardo

Internal Seminar

2 Jun
2021

10:00h
Seminar Program 4 - Interactions with the Environment

Title: The pleiotropic effect of the Leader protease of foot-and-mouth disease virus undermining the host antiviral response

Speaker: Margarita Sáiz Zalabardo

Internal Seminar

1 Jun
2021

15:00h
Seminar Program 2 - Tissue and Organ Homeostasis

Unit: Cell Architecture and Organogénesis

Title: Crossroad between metabolism and cell signalling in the humoral immune response in mice

Speaker: Nuria Martínez Martín

Internal Seminar

28 May
2021

12:00h
Special Webinar

Title: Transcriptional regulation of energy homeostasis

Speaker: Francisco Verdeguer (Universidad de Zürich)

Host: Alfredo Giménez-Cassina

Enlace de conexión: webinar.cbmso.es

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27 May
2021

10:00h
Seminar Program 1 - Genome Dynamics and Function

Title: Interacciones virus-ribosoma. Aspectos básicos y aplicaciones biomédicas

Speaker: Iván Ventoso

Internal Seminar

26 May
2021

10:00h
Seminar Program 4 - Interactions with the Environment

Title: Acciones de los ácidos grasos nitrados en la activación y diferenciación de los linfocitos T

Speaker: Ángel Bago

Group: Juan Manuel Serrador y Miguel A. Íñiguez

Internal Seminar

25 May
2021

15:00h
Seminar Program 2 - Tissue and Organ Homeostasis

Unit: Cell-cell communication and inflammation

Title: Mapping neural differentiation in the brain

Speaker: Jorge García Marques (Marie Curie Fellow at CNB)

Anfitriona: Esther Serrano

Internal Seminar

21 May
2021

12:00h
Reading of Doctoral Theses       - PRESENTIAL -

Title: Terapia de Glioblastoma con el Parvovirus MVM: implicación de p53 y su modulación por quimioterapia genotóxica

Speaker: Carlos Gallego García

Director: José M. Almendral del Río

Program: Interactions with the Environment

Place: Sala Ramón Areces CBM

18 May
2021

15:00h
Seminar Program 2 - Tissue and Organ Homeostasis

Unit: Cell Architecture and Organogénesis

Title: Coordination between cell proliferation and apoptosis during tissue homeostasis

Speaker: Carlos Estella

Internal Seminar

12 May
2021

10:00h
Seminar Program 4 - Interactions with the Environment

Title: Proper expression of the conjugation genes of plasmid pLS20 depends on a novel two compentent antitermination system

Speaker: Andres Miguel Arribas

Group: Wilfried Meijer

Internal Seminar

11 May
2021

15:00h
Seminar Program 2 - Tissue and Organ Homeostasis

Unit: Cell-cell communication and inflammation

Title: Lysine post-translational modifications of collagen drive extracellular matrix remodeling. Basic mechanisms and its application in tissue engineering

Speaker: Tamara Rosell

Group: Fernando Rodríguez Pascual

Internal Seminar

11 May
2021

10:00h
Seminar Program 3 - Physiological and Pathological Proccesses

Unit: Molecular Neuropathology

Title: Synaptic activity regulation of Neurogranin expression, a modulator of postsynaptic calcium signaling

Speaker: Raquel Andrés Hernaiz

Group: Javier Díez Guerra


Unit: Metabolic and Signaling Networks in disease

Title: Pathophysiological implications of the mitochondrial IF1/H+-ATP synthase axis in colon homeostasis in a mouse model

Speaker: Sonia Domínguez

Group: José M. Cuezva

Internal Seminar

5 May
2021

10:00h
Seminar Program 4 - Interactions with the Environment

Title: Identification of alternative translocation pathways involved in viral antigen presentation to cytotoxic T lymphocytes in the absence of TAP

Speaker: Víctor Muñoz Abad

Group: Margarita del Val

Internal Seminar

30 Abr
2021

11:00h
Reading of Doctoral Theses       - PRESENTIAL -

Title: Directed evolution and rational design approaches for the thermostabilization of an industrially relevant aldolase

Speaker: Sandra Bosch Reñé

Director: Aurelio Hidalgo

Program: Interactions with the Environment

Place: Salón de Actos Edificio biología UAM

28 Abr
2021

12:30h
Reading of Doctoral Theses       - ONLINE -

Title: Mitochondrial T cell failure induces multimorbidity and aging

Speaker: Gabriela Grisel Desdín Micó

Director: María Mittelbrunn Herrero

Program: Tissue and Organ Homeostasis

Connection link: tesis.cbmso.es
28 Abr
2021

10:00h
Seminar Program 4 - Interactions with the Environment

Title: Estudio metagenómico de la comunidad de virus de la boca

Speaker: Alberto López Bueno

Internal Seminar

27 Abr
2021

15:00h
Seminar Program 2 - Tissue and Organ Homeostasis

Title: Extracellular Tuning of Mitochondrial Respiration Leads of Aortic Aneurysm

Speaker: Jorge Oller

Group: María Mittlebrunn

Internal Seminar

21 Abr
2021

10:00h
Seminar Program 4 - Interactions with the Environment

Title: EPIC-Alliance network. Development of a dynamic docking pipeline for the design of new carbapenemases inhibitors

Speaker: Íñigo Marcos-Alcalde

Group: Paulino Gómez-Puertas

Internal Seminar

20 Abr
2021

15:00h
Seminar Program 2 - Tissue and Organ Homeostasis

Title: Exploiting emergent genetic models to study slit diaphragm dynamics

Speaker: Mar Ruiz Gómez

Internal Seminar

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