A delegation of high dignitaries, professors, researchers, and doctoral students from the Shanghai University visited Ciências ULisboa and some of BioISI infrastructures within the scope of renewing the protocol between the University of Lisbon and that Chinese university.
Miguel Machuqueiro was distinguished with the merit award in Chemical sciences and tecnhologies from Ciências ULisboa
Miguel Machuqueiro was distinguished with Ciências ULisboa merit award in Chemical Sciences and Technologies at Ciências Research & Innovation Day.
Margarida Gama Carvalho gets funding from Gilead Génese Program to work on RNA-based therapeutic for HIV
A project lead Margarida Gama Carvalho on RNA-based therapeutic for HIV was recommended for funding within the Gilead Génese Program with a total amount of 34 k€.
Next October 24 will take place the 5th edition of Ciências Research & Innovation Day, an event where the best science and innovation made in Ciências ULisboa is showcased. Check the detailed BioISI researchers' participation in this article.
Miguel Machuqueiro, published a new paper, first-authored by Tomás Silva that reports a computational model they develop to design pH-low insertion peptides, smart delivery agents for cancer cells.
Alan Philips, Maria José Calhorda, Margarida Amaral, Miquéias Lopes-Pacheco and Rui Malhó are the five BioISI Researchers among the list of those who were higly-cited in 2022, according to the Elsevier ranking.
The European Researchers’ Night is a Science celebration, where scientists from all over the country meet citizens to share with them the research they develop and its importance for society. In this celebration, BioISI did not want to be left out! Get to know the activities prepared by BioISI researchers.
BioISI Digest | Epileptiform activity influences theta burst induced LTP in the adult hippocampus: a role for synaptic lipid raft disruption in early metaplasticity?
Diana Cunha-Reis published a new paper, first-authored by José Rosa, on which they conclude that certain lipid molecules present in the structures responsible for the communication between neurons can be the key for developing therapies to prevent epilepsy.
Astrid Moura Vicente, obtained her professorship aggregation in Biology (field of Genetics) and was unanimously approved.