Heterogeneity and evolution in cancer

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Seminarios Ad Hoc 20/11/2018
Steve C. Ley
Regulation of inflammation by the TPL-2 complex
Seminarios Ad Hoc 06/11/2018
Oriol Gallego
Cell engineering to implement live-cell structural biology: towards novel mechanisms that control exocytosis
Seminarios Ad Hoc 17/10/2018
Sonia Laín
From phenotypic screens to the structure of a small molecule bound to its target, and the challenges beyond
Seminarios Ad Hoc 09/10/2018
Carlos Fernandez Tornero
The role of RNA polymerase I in the protection against UV light-induced DNA damage
Seminarios Ad Hoc 02/10/2018
Fernando Martín Belmonte
Epithelial tube organization and patterning in development and disease
Seminarios Ad Hoc 27/09/2018
Marcus Bosenberg
Defining Genetic Drivers of Melanoma and Mechanisms of Anti-Cancer Immune Responses
Seminarios Ad Hoc 25/09/2018
Fernando Martín-Sánchez
CHARACTERIZING THE HUMAN EXPOSOME: a key step for Precision Medicine
Seminarios Ad Hoc 18/09/2018
Sofia Merajver
Personalized Oncology for primary tumors and brain metastasis: from the clinic to the lab and back in 7 days
Seminarios Ad Hoc 07/09/2018
Israel Sanchez Fernandez
What do crickets and ribosomes have to do with cancer?
Seminarios Ad Hoc 23/08/2018
Joana Nunes
The Metabolic Needs of Epithelial to Mesenchymal Transition
Seminarios Ad Hoc 17/07/2018
Martin Leeb
Dissecting the genetic complexity of embryonic stem cell differentiation
Seminarios Ad Hoc 16/07/2018
Bruno Conti
Mechanisms of Aging and Age-Associated Diseases: Neuroimmunology of Parkinson’s Disease