The Director of the Cancer Epigenetics and Biology program of IDIBELL, Manel Esteller has been awarded the 2011 European Association for Cancer Research (EACR) Cancer Researcher Award Lecture.
Month: September 2011
In order to answer these ambitious questions, Andrew Plestan focuses his research on one of the pieces involved in these processes: the glutamate receptors. “By understanding how they work, we understand the neural connections and how the brain processes and stores information.” Plested has explained his progress in a session within the IDIBELL seminar series on September 16th.
Outstanding experts in bioinformatics, systems biology and regulatory genomics from around the world will meet from 14 to 19 October at IDIBELL to discuss the latest developments in these fields. DREAM ENGINEERING CHALLENGES President: Gustavo Stolovitzky CANCER CONFERENCE ON RICCI Informatics President: Miguel Angel Pujana RECOMB Systems Biology President: Andrea Califano RECOMB REGULATORY GENOMICS President: Manolis Kells
The study involved more than 20 000 women from different countries Intrauterine devices (IUDs) may protect against cervical cancer. This is the conclusion of the broadest epidemiological study to date in which has participated the research group in Viruses and Cancer of IDIBELL, published at The Lancet Oncology. Reduces the risk by half Article’s reference
If environmental conditions of tumors are changed, the process reverses The study is led by Manel Esteller Like snakes, tumour cells shed their skin. Cancer is not a static disease but during its development the disease accumulates changes to evade natural defences adapting to new environmental circumstances, protecting against chemotherapy and radiotherapy and invading neighbouring organs, eventually causing metastasis. Article reference