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2011 SERIES
DECEMBER
14.12.2011
Bacteria: the good the bad and the ugly
Eliora Ron
Tel Aviv University
Israel
December 14th, Wednesday, 16:00h
13.12.2011
Biological imaging in the visible and in the near infrared with luminescent polymetallic lanthanide complexes: real-time oxygen sensing and in vivo tumour detection  
Stéphane Petoud
CNRS, Orleans,
France
Dec 13, Tuesday 16.00 h
9.12.2011
Neurobiology of IGF-1 in health and disease
Ignacio Torres-Aleman
Cajal Institute and CIBERNED,
Madrid, Spain
NOVEMBER
18.11.2011
Stochastic and ultrasensitivity in bacterial networks
Oleg Igoshin
Rice University,
Houston,TX, USA
11.11.2011
The relay molecules in mammalian autophagy: Ambra1 and the Beclin/Vps34 complex?
Francesco Cecconi
Dulbecco Telethon Institute, Department of Biology
University of Rome Tor Vergata
Rome - Italy
Nov 11, 12.30h
11.11.2011
Keeping mitochondria in shape: a matter of life and death
Luca Scorrano
Dept. of Cell Physiology and Metabolism
University of Geneva Medical School
Genève - Switzerland
Nov 11, 11h
4.11.2011
Personalized health; studies and methods
Jildau Bouwman
TNO Quality of Life,
the Netherlands
November 4th, 15:00h

Host: Joana Melo & Isabel Carreira
OCTOBER
26.10.2011
Cell transplantation in Parkinson s disease: from clinical trials to benchside
Mariah Lelos
Brain Repair Group,
School of Biosciences,
Cardiff University, UK
October 26th, Wednesday 16:00h

Host: Paula Agostinho
20.10.2011
Delineation of Neurodegenerative Signalling Pathways
Michael Courtney
Dept. of Neurobiology
A. I. Virtanen Institute,
University of Kuopio, Kuopio, Finland
October 20th, Thursday 16:00

Host: Armanda Santos
17.10.2011
PDBEB – HOT TOPIC seminars – OPTOGENETICS
PDBEB – HOT TOPIC seminars – OPTOGENETICS
17th OCTOBER 2011 - CNC seminar’s room – 2nd floor


 
Huib Mansvelder
Professor of Neurophysiology at VU University Amsterdam
Director of Biomedical Sciences Education at VU University Amsterdam
Head department of Integrative Neurophysiology at VU University Amsterdam
 
 
10h30m – 12h: Foundations of optogenetics – current possibilities and hurdles

14h30m – 16h: Optogenetic exploitation of attention circuitry in the prefrontal cortex
MAY
6.5.2011
The Role of PPARg in pancreatic beta-cells
Hannah Welters
Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry,
Universities of Exeter and Plymouth,
UK
May 6th, 16:00h
MARCH
11.3.2011
Probing Synaptic and Circuitry Mechanisms of Psychiatric Disorders
Guoping Feng
McGovern Institute
Poitras,
Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences,
MIT, Cambridge, USA
March 11th, 16:00h
4.3.2011
Are developmental genes co-opted in cancer? The unfolding story of the mammary developmental gene, ELF5, and its surprising presence in murine and human cancers
Teresa Rose-Hellekant
University of Minnesota Medical School
Duluth, MN, USA
March 4, 16:00h, Auditorium CNC
FEBRUARY
25.2.2011
Tumor Microenvironment Controls the Rate of Cancer Progression and Metastasis
Raghu Kalluri
Harvard Medical School and Beth
Israel Deaconess Medical Center
February 25th, 15:00h CNC auditorium
25.2.2011
Breast Cancer Stem Cells: its importance in cancer biology
Joana Paredes
Institute of Molecular Pathology and Immunology
University of Porto
February 25, 11:15h, CNC auditorium
17.2.2011
Exploring the role of mitochondrial dynamics in T cells : movement, AICD, and..
Silvia Campello
Department of Cell Physiology and Metabolism,
University of Geneva, Switzerland
February 17, Thursday, 12:00h CNC Auditorium
17.2.2011
Müller cells in identity crisis: to be or not to be a dopaminergic neuron
Fernando Garcia de Mello
Laboratório de Neuroquímica e de Biologia da Retina
Instituto de Biofísica Carlos Chagas Filho
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Brasil
February 17, Thursday, 14:00, BEB Room
14.2.2011
Subcellular structures and signaling pathways involved in the mechanism of action of antitumor ether lipids
Faustino Molinedo
Centro de Investigación del Cáncer,
Instituto de Biología Molecular y Celular del Cáncer, C.S.I.C.,
Universidad de Salamanca, Spain
February 14th, Monday, 15:00h CNC Auditorium
10.2.2011
Metabolic epigenetics and the progression of cancer
Frederik Doman
Department of Radiation Oncology,
Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center,
The University of Iowa, Iowa City, USA
February 10, Thursday 16:00
7.2.2011
Regulation of the Gating Mechanisms in Potassium Channels by RNA Editing
Miguel Holmgreen
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke,
National Institutes of Health, USA
February 7th, Monday 14:30 CNC Auditorium
4.2.2011
Stem cell for drug discovery and cell therapy: bioprocess challenges
Paula Marques Alves
Animal Cell Technology Unit,
ITQB-UNL/IBET, Lisboa
February, 4, 16:00h CNC auditorium
3.2.2011
Peripheral nervous system stem cells as a treatment for Parkinson disease
Ricardo Pardal
Instituto de Biomedicina de Sevilla,
Depto. de Fisiología Médica e Biofísica,
Universidad de Sevilla
Feb. 3, Thursday 14:00h
JANUARY
28.1.2011
MicroRNA-mediated gene silencing: from mechanisms to function
Ana Eulálio
International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB)
Trieste, Italy
January 28, Friday, 12:00
27.1.2011
Unravelling gene function by high-throughput screening using genome-wide siRNA and microRNA libraries
Miguel Mano
International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB)
Trieste, Italy
January 27, Thursday, 12:00
17.1.2011
Decoding olfactory perception in mice
Jean-Francois Cloutier, Ph.D.
Associate Professor Dept. Neurology & Neurosurgery
Canada Research Chair in Developmental Neurobiology
Montreal Neurological Institute
McGill University
Montreal, Quebec
Canada
CNC auditorium, 12:00h (Monday)
14.1.2011
Ca2+ stores and store-operated channels and regulation of motility in human sperm
Stephen Publicover
University of Birmingham, UK
CNC auditorium, 16:00h
13.1.2011
Mitochondria in Alzheimers Disease
Russel H Swerdlow
University of Kansas School of Medicine,
Departments of Neurology and Molecular and Integrative Physiology,
Kansas City, Kansas, USA
January 13, Thursday, 12:15, BEB room
5.1.2011
Microengineered hydrogels for stem cell bioengineering and tissue regeneration
Ali Khadhemosseini
Center for Biomedical Engineering, Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Cambridge,
Harvard-MIT, USA
January 5, Wednesday, 12:00 CNC Auditorium
 
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