Molecular, Cellular and Organismal Drivers of Aging Diet, Nutrition and Cancer Cell Metabolism

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Seminarios Distinguidos 03/06/2022
Gonçalo J. L. Bernardes
Translational Chemical Biology
Seminarios Distinguidos 27/05/2022
John Briggs
In situ structural biology of enveloped viruses by cryo-electron tomography
Seminarios Distinguidos 20/05/2022
Julio Aguirre-Ghiso
Disseminated cancer cell dormancy: a homeostatic seed and soil partnership
Seminarios Distinguidos 06/05/2022
Meritxell Huch
Adult tissue derived organoid cultures and their application to the understanding of tissue regeneration and cancer
Seminarios Distinguidos 11/03/2022
Ben Lehner
Mutate Everything
Seminarios Distinguidos 04/03/2022
Johanna Joyce
Exploring and Therapeutically Exploiting the Brain Tumor Microenvironment
Seminarios Distinguidos 25/02/2022
Monica Bettencourt-Dias
Centrosomes and Cilia in Development and Disease
Seminarios Distinguidos 04/02/2022
Madeline A. Lancaster
Exploring human brain size determination in cerebral organoids
Seminarios Distinguidos 28/01/2022
Rebecca Fitzgerald
Is pre-cancer the key to improving cancer outcomes: challenges, opportunities and lessons from the oesophagus
Seminarios Distinguidos 21/01/2022
Christoph Bock
Looking into the past and future of cells. Single-cell sequencing and computational modeling of epigenetic cell states in immunology and cancer
Seminarios Distinguidos 17/12/2021
Serena Nik-Zainal
Recent insights into somatic mutagenesis in human cancers and stem cell systems
Seminarios Distinguidos 05/11/2021
Clara Montagut
Clinical utility of Liquid biopsy in colorectal cancer

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