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BioISI Post Graduate Seminars, Nov19th, FCiências.ID Auditorium

2019-11-13T17:58:14+00:00 November 13th, 2019|

FCiências.ID Auditorium - November 19th, 17h Marina García-Vaquero BioSys PhD student (GER group) Despite decades of research, little is known about the pathomechanisms underlying Motor Neuron Degenerative diseases (MND), limiting the therapeutic and pre-symptomatic diagnosis options. Despite clear phenotypic and genotypic differences, there is an abundance of evidence supporting the [...]

BioISI Post Graduate Seminars, Oct15th, room 1.3.15

2019-10-11T14:17:08+00:00 October 11th, 2019|

1.3.15   Amphitheatre - October 15th , 17h Joana Matos  PhD student (CBS Group) Bioprospection, study and application of bioactive compounds from microalgae and seaweeds Microalgae and seaweed are one of the most promising sources of bioactive compounds, and can be used to enhance the nutritional value of foods due [...]

BioISI Post Graduate Seminars, September 17th, FCiências.ID Amphitheatre

2019-09-13T13:41:35+00:00 September 13th, 2019|

FCiências.ID Amphitheatre - September 17th , 17h Madalena Pinto BioSys PhD student (FunGP) Alternative Chloride Channels as Novel Therapeutic Targets for Cystic Fibrosis A promising therapeutic strategy for Cystic Fibrosis (CF) explores the modulation of alternative (non-CFTR) apical membrane Cl- channels. Due to its role as a Ca2+-activated Cl- [...]

BioISI Researchers published two papers in two prestigious international journals

2019-06-07T17:18:00+00:00 June 7th, 2019|

Researchers from BioISI's Chemistry for Biological Systems Group (Computational Chemistry Lab led by Paulo J. Costa ) published two papers in two prestigious international journals, one in Expert Opinion on Drug Discovery, the other in the  Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation  In these,  Paulo J. Costa, Diogo Vila Viçosa e Rafael Nunes discuss and [...]

BioISI Post Graduate Seminars, May 21, FCUL

2019-06-07T16:54:14+00:00 May 15th, 2019|

Room 1.3.33 A- May 21, 17h Miguel Vitorino  DAEPHYS PhD student, Bio-PhysNano Going nano: exploring biological physics through atomic force microscopy Atomic force microscopes (AFMs) had a critical role in the exploration of the nanoscale over the last decades. In particular, they are fundamental to the latest interdisciplinary effort [...]