Reinaldo Alvarez

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IFOM-IEO Calendar
Dipartimento di Bioscienze – UNIMI
HSR
Nerviano Medical Sciences – Seminari di Oncologia
IRCCS Istituto di Ricerche Farmacologiche Mario Negri
IBF – Istituto di Biofisica – CNR
INGM
Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori
Fondazione IRCCS Ca’ Granda Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico
UNIMI – Dipartimento di Biotecnologie mediche e medicina traslazionale
Fondazione Oncologia Niguarda Onlus

“3rd SYSBIO.IT School on Systems Biology”

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Apr 152018
 
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Rome, 09-11 May, 2018

Dear Collegue,
we are pleased to inform you that the 3rd SysBio.it School will take place from the 9th to the 11st of May, at IASI-CNR, via dei Taurini 19, Rome.

The aim of school is to introduce the mathematical formalisms and the computational methods to model, analyse and simulate biological systems, with a special focus on biochemical reactions frameworks. The first day of the School is devoted to present static and constrained-based models; then dynamic models are introduced according to a deterministic (second day) and stochastic (third day) approach. Theoretical lessons are complemented by “hands-on” lessons were students are followed by tutors on their own simulations. On top of that, each day the School hosts an invited speaker giving a talk on her/his cutting-edge research on Systems Biology.

The school will be open for a limited number of motivated and selected participants. Graduate students, PhD students, post-docs and young researchers with different educational backgrounds (Engineering, Biology, Mathematics, Biotechnology, Computer Science, Medicine) interested in Systems Biology, are encouraged to apply.

For further info and for application, please visit: www.sysbio.it/sysbioschool or contact us at sysbioschool@gmail.com

Kind regards

The Scientific Committee of 3rd SYSBIO.IT School
Pasquale Palumbo
Valerio Cusimano
Giovanni Palombo
Federico Papa

more info: http://www.iasi.cnr.it/sysbioschool3/


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SUMMER SCHOOL “TOWARDS A BIO-BASED ECONOMY: science, innovation, economics, education”

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Apr 132018
 

Summer School

DURATION: 5 Days
DATES: September 3rd-8th, 2018
APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 31st, 2018

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Bio-based economy (Bioeconomy) aims to reduce the dependence on fossil fuels and finite materials without overexploiting natural resources. According to the definition of the European Commission “Bioeconomy encompasses those parts of economy that use renewable biological resources from land and sea to produce food, biomaterials, bioenergy and bioproducts”. Behind bioeconomy there is much science related to industrial biotechnology as well as a deep change in economics, politics, and societal issues.

A new cross-sector expertise is therefore required. This summer school aims to provide a broad overview of the above-mentioned issues and will be held by national and international speakers, both from academia and from industry. At least one visit to a company involved in the production of bio-based compounds will be included in the school schedule. Because of its inter-disciplinarity, the program welcomes participants with different backgrounds. Participants should be aware that a basic knowledge of the scientific basis of biotechnology is required. Potential participants can ask organizers for advice.

Networking and discussion among students and lecturers will be encouraged and fostered throughout the duration of the school, with social events and a poster session.

CONTENTS
What’s new: Introduction to the scope, challenges and trends of bioeconomy. Local vs global: Choice and processing of renewable raw materials; environmental sustainability of biomass sourcing and processing. How to do it: Key technologies for the production of bio-based products. Biorefineries: concepts and application.
National and international strategies for bioeconomy: funding, organization, network.
Innovation in place: visit to a company and case studies of success (or failure) stories.

PROGRAM COORDINATOR: Prof.sa MARINA LOTTI
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS TO BE UPLOADED IN THE APPLICATION FORM: CV and Passport/ID card, Motivation Letter.
TARGET AUDIENCE: Priority will be given to participants holding a masters degree, but application by masters students is encouraged and will be evaluated on the basis of the applicant’s motivation and background

INFO: marina.lotti@unimib.it

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“Journal Club – Methodologies and Technologies 16 aprile”

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Apr 122018
 
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PhD Journal Club
Monday, April 16, 2018 – 9:30, room 2025, Building U3

THE PhD JOURNAL CLUB

Antonio Marsella
Topoisomerase 3α Is Required for Decatenation and Segregation of Human mtDNA
Nicholls et al., 2018, Molecular Cell 69, 9–23

Jessica Frigerio
Comparative authentication of Hypericum perforatum herbal products using DNA metabarcoding, TLC and HPLC-MS
Ancuta Cristina Raclariu et al.. NATURE Scientific Reports(2017) | 7: 1291 | DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-01389-w

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Marco Orlando
Model-based comparative analysis on enzymes: a case study from Glycosyl Hydrolase 19

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“Workshop – Interaction between nanomaterials and the immune system: medical exploitations and safety issues”

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Apr 112018
 
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9-10 July, 2018, Department of Biotechnology and Biosciences University of Milano-Bicocca.

Organizers
Francesca Granucci, University of Milano-Bicocca
Frontiers in Immunology
SIICA (Italian Society of Immunology, Clinical immunology and Allergology)

Scientific committee
Francesca Granucci (University of Milano-Bicocca, Milan Italy)
Davide Prosperi (University of Milano-Bicocca, Milan Italy)
Miriam Colombo (University of Milano-Bicocca, Milan Italy)
Ivan Zanoni (University of Milano-Bicocca, Milan Italy)
Diana Boraschi (CNR, Naples, Italy)

Speakers
Maria José Alonso, CIMUS Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Martin Bachmann, Oxford University, UK
Diana Boraschi, CNR Naples, Italy
Albert Duschl, Salzburg University, Austria
Bengt Fadeel, Karolinska Institute, Sweden
S. Moein Moghimi, Durham University, UK
Dan Peer, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Victor Puntes, Val d’Hebron Barcelona, Spain

The workshop will be focused on the interaction of nanoparticle with the immune system. Discussions will be on how the physicochemical characteristics of nanoparticles influence the interaction with and the activation of different components of the innate immune system; how nanoparticles can be exploited for the development of vaccines and for the development of immunosuppressive drugs to treat autoimmune diseases. Aspects, such as immunotoxicity, and immune-related side effects of nanoformulations will be also discussed.

Four submitted abstracts will be selected for oral presentation.
Abstract submission deadline: April 15th, 2018
Free registration by May 15th, 2018 by writing an email to siica.amministrazione@siica.it (with subject line: “Registration to the nanoimmunology meeting – [NAME OF THE PARTICIPANT]”)

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“Genome-based analyses of bacteria belonging to Rhodococcus genus to identify new degradative functions for the evaluation of environmental quality”

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Apr 102018
 

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Thursday, May 3, 2018 – 11:00, room 2025, Building U3

Jessica Zampolli, Department of Biotechnology and Bioscience, University of Milano-Bicocca

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“European Summer School on Industrial Biotechnology (ESSIB2018)”

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Apr 092018
 
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European Summer School on Industrial Biotechnology (ESSIB2018)

Marine Biotechnology
Naples, 8-12th October, 2018

The European Summer School on Industrial Biotechnology (ESSIB) is organized by the University of Milano-Bicocca (Department of Biotechnology and Biosciences), the University of Stuttgart (Institute of Biochemistry and Technical Biochemistry), and the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Department of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering). ESSIB addresses PhD students and postdocs, preferentially from European laboratories, and will take place every year in a different country and with a different focus.
ESSIB is a complete educational program based on lectures, practical laboratory experience, and contacts with companies active in the field.
ESSIB is an intensive one-week course from Monday to Friday.
Lectures and laboratory courses will be provided by local and invited speakers.

Course description
The Marine Biotechnology Summer School will address gaps such as: developing innovative uses of underutilised and waste material from fisheries and aquaculture to achieve zero waste; using biotechnology and information technology to develop smart, efficient, traceable food systems and create synergies between aquaculture and fisheries; unlocking the potential of microbiomes in aquaculture, fisheries, food processing and biotechnology; applying the latest developments in data mining (machine learning, big data) to the Blue Bioeconomy; creating predictive tools to improve the identification and targeting of biodiversity “hot-spots” in the oceans (-omics based technologies); exploring synergies with land-based production in areas such as food and feed processing, biomaterials, chemicals and nutrients and including waste streams from aquatic to terrestrial value chains; improving aquaculture and fisheries by using biotechnology to create innovative feeds, new chemical compounds to be implemented in the pharmaceutical industry.

Major topics:
1. Biomolecules and pharmaceuticals
2. Biomaterials
3. Bioremediation
4. Use of fishery discards as raw materials
5. Aquaculture
6. Marine litter
7. Reducing, reuse, and recycling to achieve circular economy

Laboratory courses:
1. From samples to molecules (Institute of Protein Biochemistry)
2. A long experience in marine ecology (Stazione Zoologica Anthon Dorn)

Fees and registration
The policy of this Summer School is to keep fees as low as possible in order to support the participation of young
researchers. Fees for this year are still to be determined, but will not exceed 500 €, including accommodation and lunch. A limited number of fellowships will be available to participants without traveling funds. Please inquire by mail.

To apply, please send by May 31, 2018
– a CV including current research topics
– a motivation letter
– a supporting letter by your supervisor to ESSIB2018@unimib.it

We will ask you to register and pay for the fees after this deadline.

Organisers and location
Donatella de Pascale
Fortunato Palma Esposito

Institute of Protein Biochemistry – IBP-CNR
National Research Council of Italy

Via Pietro Castellino, 111
80131 Naples, ITALY

More details at: http://www.ESSIB.eu

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“Premio “italiadecide” al Master Biocirce”

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Mar 292018
 
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ll Master Bioeconomy in the Circular Economy (Biocirce) attivato congiuntamente con Napoli, Torino, Bologna ha avuto il riconoscimento italiadecide “Amministrazione, Cittadini, Imprese”.

Il master che ha l’obiettivo di formare figure professionali specializzate in “Bioeconomy in the Circular Economy”, offre un percorso altamente avanzato per la formazione di figure professionali nei settori della economia che si basano su un uso responsabile e sostenibile di risorse biologiche e di processi biotecnologici (bioeconomia).

Il premio, assegnato in base al miglior progetto/attività di innovazione della didattica dell’alta formazione, è stato consegnato presso la Camera dei deputati il 12 febbraio 2018 alla presenza del Capo dello Stato e del Ministro per la Semplificazione e la Pubblica Amministrazione, Marianna Madia.

BIOCIRCE – UNIMIB

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“Giornata dell’orientamento – tesi magistrali 2018”

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Mar 282018
 
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Giornata dell’orientamento – tesi magistrali 2018

Dipartimento di Biotecnologie e Bioscienze, Università degli Studi Milano-Bicocca

orientarsi e scegliere in modo consapevole il proprio futuro universitario dopo il percorso triennale

martedì 17 aprile

dalle ore 9:00 – 18:00
(nella galleria delle scienze, spazio tra edif. U3 – U4)
SEZIONE POSTER con informazioni sui gruppi di ricerca con disponibilità per tesi magistrale

dalle ore 14:00 – 17:30
(aula U4-8, edif. U4, Piazza della Scienza 2, 20126 Milano)
PRESENTAZIONE dei gruppi di ricerca con disponibilità per tesi magistrale

altre informazioni, locandina e programma: http://tesimagistrali.btbs.unimib.it/

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Il progetto NABBA – Vantaggi terapeutici della nanomedicina”

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Mar 172018
 
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Martedì 27 marzo 2018 alle ore 18.00 presso Villa di Breme Forno (Cinisello Balsamo, via Martinelli 23, edificio U46) si terrà un incontro dal titolo “Il progetto NABBA. Vantaggi terapeutici della nanomedicina” nell’ambito della rassegna di eventi CuriosaMente – Appuntamenti culturali in Biblioteca.

Il Prof. Francesco Nicotra presenta un progetto europeo, coordinato dall’Università di Milano-Bicocca, in cui giovani ricercatori lavorano alla realizzazione di “#nanoshuttles” capaci di portare le molecole di farmaco direttamente al tessuto, all’organo o alla cellula da curare, superando gli ostacoli posti dall’organismo.

Il team del Progetto NABBA partecipa con la sua ricerca a un contest europeo. Metti un like al loro video e aiutali a vincere: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G743105Qj2M&feature=youtu.be

Iscrizione online: https://goo.gl/forms/zFCHMYQ7OOmLQr5y2

L’ingresso è libero e aperto a tutti.

Invita i tuoi amici condividendo l’evento su Facebook e Twitter.

Vuoi approfondire l’argomento trattato? Interroga Curiosone, il catalogo della Biblioteca di Ateneo.

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“THE PhDJOURNAL CLUB”

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Mar 142018
 
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LUNEDI’ 19 MARZO 2018, Ore 9.30 – aula 2025
THE PhDJOURNAL CLUB

Federico Fontana
A tethering complex drives the terminal stage of SNARE-dependent membrane fusion
D’Agostino M, Risselada HJ, Lürick A, Ungermann C, Mayer A.
Nature. 2017 Nov 30;551(7682):634-638. doi: 10.1038/nature24469

Chiara Brambati
Tracing the origins of relapse in acute myeloid leukaemia to stem cells
Shlush LI, Mitchell A, Heisler L, Abelson S, Ng SWK, Trotman-Grant A, Medeiros JJF, Rao-Bhatia A, Jaciw-Zurakowsky I, Marke R, McLeod JL, Doedens M, Bader G, Voisin V, Xu C, McPherson JD, Hudson TJ, Wang JCY, Minden MD, Dick JE.
Nature. 2017 Jul 6;547(7661):104-108. doi: 10.1038/nature22993.

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Monica Oldani
Applications of Flow Cytometry in murine fibroblast cell line.

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“THE PhDJOURNAL CLUB”

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Mar 062018
 

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LUNEDI’ 12 MARZO 2018
Ore 9.30 – aula 2025
THE PhDJOURNAL CLUB

Stefano Bertacchi
Synthetic biology approach for the development of innovative biosensor for Vibrio cholerae detection
Maciej B. Holowkoet al. ACS Synth. Biol. 2016, 5, 1275−1283

Alessandra Lodrini
Cardiac and systemic rejuvenation after cardiosphere-derived cell therapy in senescent rats
Lilian Grigorian-Shamagianet al. European Heart Journal (2017) 38, 2957–2967

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Eleonora Torre
Inside the bioelectricity: a brief introduction to patch clamp

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“Dottorato di Ricerca in Biologia e Biotecnologie – Discussione Tesi XXX ciclo”

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GIOVEDI’ 1 MARZO 2018
Ore 9.30 – aula U3-01

Mezzasalma Valerio
Food molecular identification and characterization: towards geographical traceability

Maggioni Davide
New insights into the diversity, ecology, and evolution of the Zancleida (Hydrozoa, Cnidaria)

Brambilla Marco
Modulation of yeast hub elements of nitrogen and mRNA metabolism for eliciting industrially relevant phenotypes.

Ore 14.00 – aula U3-01

Facchini Fabio
Toll-like Receptor 4 (TLR4) therapeutic modulation: a chemical biology approach

Saibene Melissa
From cells to embryos: in vitro models for nanotoxicology

Tedeschi Giulia
Effects of electrostatic charges on aggregation and conformation of intrinsically disordered proteins

Morè Nicolò
Lipopolysaccharide transport and peptidoglycan remodeling: two related processes in Escherichia coli.

VENERDI’ 2 MARZO 2018
Ore 9.30 – aula U3-01

Villa Matteo
Regulation of DNA-end resection at DNA double strand breaks and stalled replication forks

Jacopo Vertemara
Computational modelling of macromolecules: prediction of the 3D structure, catalytic activity and dynamic features of proteins

Zucchetti Fiona
Transposon based technology in DHFR knockout CHO cell line improves generation of AMH high producing clones for industrial applications

Committee
Maria Pia Longhese,
Paola Branduardi,
Jens Hasserodt,
Tommaso Serchi,
Francesco Peri,
Massimo Labra,
Renata Tisi

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“Mini-Symposium on Intermolecular interactions in (nano)-biotechnology”

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Feb 162018
 
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Wednesday 14 March 2018
Room U4-03 (ground floor)

14.30 – Ario De Marco, University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia

Nanobodies: flexible structures for biotechnological applications

15:40 – Coffee Break

16:00 – Dario Anselmetti, Bielefeld University, Germany

“Nanomechanical single-molecule experiments with magnetic tweezers and atomic force microscopy to study intermolecular interactions in nano-biotechnology”

Host: Rita Grandori

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“UniVAX DAY 2018”

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Feb 052018
 

Friday, January 9, 2018 – 10:00, Aula Magna, Edificio U6, Piazza dell’Ateneo Nuovo

Giornata di informazione sui vaccini dedicata agli studenti delle scuole medie superiori

La Società Italiana di Immunologia Immunologia Clinica e Allergologia organizza nelle Università di tutta Italia una giornata incentrata su un momento di informazione e di confronto su un tema molto discusso ma poco conosciuto.

– Cosa sono i vaccini e come funzionano?
– Perché e per chi è importante vaccinarsi?
– Che vantaggi danno e che rischi comportano?

Ti invitiamo ad un incontro con immunologi e esperti di vaccini per capire insieme come il sistema immunitario risponde alle infezioni e come funzionano i vaccini e per rispondere con le evidenze scientifiche rilevanti alle tue domande, facendo chiarezza sui tanti luoghi comuni e preconcetti diffusi in rete.

Il sistema immunitario
Prof. Francesca Granucci
Università di Milano-Bicocca

L’importanza e la storia dei vaccini
Prof. Michele Riva
Università di Milano-Bicocca

Per maggiori informazioni: www.siica.org

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“Organizzazione industriale per sviluppo e produzione di farmaci antitumorali”

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Jan 232018
 
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«Lo sviluppo industriale di farmaci antitumorali basati su bioconiugati: innovazione scientifica ed aspetti normativi»

Tuesday, February 6, 2018 – 10:30, room U3-10, Building U3.

Matteo Piazza

Host: Francesco Peri

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“Tecniche di bioconiugazione e produzione di farmaci antitumorali basati su bio-coniugati”

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Jan 192018
 
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«Lo sviluppo industriale di farmaci antitumorali basati su bioconiugati: innovazione scientifica ed aspetti normativi»

Tuesday, January 30, 2018 – 10:30, room U3-07, Building U3.

Matteo Piazza

Host: Francesco Peri

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“Strategie di ‘food mimicry’ in Orchidee”

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Jan 192018
 
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Dalla scoperta della biodiversità australiana al dottorato di ricerca, e poi…

Seminari Scientifici – Plant Biodiversity, Food Quality and Human Health.

Friday, January 26, 2018 – 14:00, room 2025, Building U3.

Seminari Scientifici – Plant Biodiversity, Food Quality and Human Health.

venerdì 26 gennaio 2018, ore 14:00, Aula 2025, edificio U3.

Daniela Scaccabarozzi, Kings Park & Botanic Garden, Perth, Australia.

Host: Massimo Labra – FEM2 Ambiente Srl, ZooPlantLab UNIMIB

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“Erasmus 2017 seminars – Gene regulation and human disease”

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Dec 142017
 

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Friday afternoon, room U3-06
Updated seminar titles will be communicated

October 13 FLYER
13:30: Elena Levantini Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, Harvard Stem Cell Institute, CNR-ITB-Pisa.
“Role of transcription factor genes involved in normal hematopoietic differentiation and their dysregulation in lung cancer”

October 20 FLYER, review
13:00 Irma Dianzani Laboratorio di Patologia Genetica, Dipartimento di scienze mediche, Università del Piemonte Orientale “Amedeo Avogadro”, Novara.
“Ribosomal stress and disease: the example of Diamond Blackfan Anemia”

November 10 FLYER
13:30: Anna Villa Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche- IRGB, SR-Tiget Unit, Ospedale San Raffaele – Milano.
Rag expression and immune dysregulation

November 17 FLYER
13:30: Graziella Messina , Dipartimento di Bioscienze, Università di Milano.
Gene regulatory networks controlling muscle development and disease

November 24 FLYER
14:00: Angelo Lombardo, San Raffaele Telethon Institute for Gene Therapy (SR-TIGET), Vita-Salute San Raffaele University (UniSR), Milano
Targeted (epi)genome editing for therapeutic applications
15:30: Annarita Miccio, Institut des Maladies Génétiques (Imagine Institute), Paris
Functional study of disease-relevant gene regulatory elements by genome editing and targeted modification

December 1 FLYER
13:30: Marta Serafini, Dulbecco Telethon Institute – Centro Ricerca M. Tettamanti, Monza
Evolving models of the hematopoietic stem cell niche

December 15 FLYER
14:00: Giulio Pavesi, Dipartimento di Bioscienze, Università di Milano
Bioinformatic approaches to the analysis of gene expression and its regulation
15:30: Enrico Domenici, Centre for Integrative Biology, University of Trento
Genetics of gene expression in the brain: insights on the polygenic nature of schizophrenia

Host: Silvia Nicolis, Antonella Ronchi – ERASMUS Program

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