Frontiers in Immunomodulation and Cancer Therapy (2nd edition)

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Aside from its prominence on the map of international science, the CNIO has acquired a reputation as a cultural hotspot, a meeting place where thought-provoking people and ideas can come together. In that light, the events on the Center’s calendar include more than a few lectures and similar functions. Most of these are specialized sessions that attract leading researchers in a given subject area, such as the CNIO-CaixaResearch Foundation Frontiers Meetings (CFM) or the CNIO Seminars. Others are directed more towards the general public, or deal with the social aspects of research. In this latter category are events organized by the Office of Women in Science or within the framework of the CNIO Friends initiative. All are open to the public and advance notice of their scheduling will be published in the media and on social networks of the CNIO.

Distinguished Seminar 14/06/2024
Renato Ostuni
Molecular and spatial control of tumor-associated macrophages
Other 10/06/2024 - 12/06/2024
Molecular Chaperones in Cancer and Protein Quality Control
Women in Science Office Seminar 07/06/2024
Nuria Oliver
My personal story in AI
Other 07/06/2024 - 07/06/2024
WISE Seminar: My personal story in AI by Nuria Oliver is Director of the ELLIS Alicante Foundation
Distinguished Seminar 07/06/2024
Michelle Monje-Deisseroth
Neuron-glial interactions in health and disease: from cognition to cancer
Ad Hoc Seminar 06/06/2024
Sanguk Kim
Network-based interpretable machine learning predicts cancer patient response to immune checkpoint inhibitors
Other 03/06/2024 - 04/06/2024
Flow Cytometry Induction Course: fundamentals, applications, data analysis and data presentation (3-4 June, 2024)
Ad Hoc Seminar 31/05/2024
Serap Erkek Özhan
‘Epigenetic regulation in bladder cancer’
Ad Hoc Seminar 30/05/2024
Javier Batista Pérez
Unlocking Multiomics Landscapes: Balancing Resolution and Bias for Optimal Spatial Insights
Ad Hoc Seminar 27/05/2024
Eduard Porta
Spatial transcriptomics in cancer research: from Cancer Hallmarks to clinical biomarkers
Distinguished Seminar 24/05/2024
Jose Ignacio Martín Subero
Learning from the past to predict the future: epigenetic memory in lymphoid tumors
Ad Hoc Seminar 23/05/2024
Isidoro Cobo
Particle uptake by macrophages triggers bifurcated transcriptional pathways that differentially regulate inflammation and lysosomal gene expression