BioISI Researchers published two papers in two prestigious international journals

2019-06-07T17:18:00+00:00June 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 [...]

1st BioISI PhD Symposium

2019-10-04T11:33:41+00:00June 7th, 2019|

Lisboa (Portugal) 28 June 2019 We are planning a special day to gather and share some science. We will catch up on our latest results and have some time to celebrate. We want to invite all the community to join us and so have a fruitful discussion. It will take place on Auditório do Caleidoscópio, [...]

2019 Summer School on Epithelial Systems: Physiology and Pathophysiology

2019-05-27T09:52:30+00:00April 12th, 2019|

Lisboa (Portugal) 22 – 26 July 2019 FREE REGISTRATION! DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION EXTENDED: JUNE 12  Limited registrations: 20 participants Learn about the latest developments on Epithelial Systems: Physiology and Pathophysiology and discuss your project with the experts Workshop Overview Participants will learn about the latest developments in Epithelial Systems: Physiology and Pathophysiology. Besides the opportunity to discuss [...]

HIT-CF Consortium Meeting in Lisboa

2019-05-17T16:39:05+00:00March 26th, 2019|

Earlier this month, the members of the HIT-CF Europe consortium gathered in Lisbon for a general update of the whole project. The major outcomes of this meeting include the development of standard protocols to be used by all the involved laboratories and the definition of the project to be submitted to European Medicines Agency [...]

Workshop on Integrative Approaches to Protein Folding & Aggregation

2019-02-12T17:54:15+00:00February 12th, 2019|

In the last decade it has become increasingly accepted that progress in the field of protein folding requires a close dialogue between simulation and experiment. The prospect of accurately assessing ever-larger timescales, as a result from progress on biomolecular modelling and simulation methodologies, opens up the possibility of using simulation to predict and interpret [...]

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