This year the Asociación Española Contra el Cáncer (AECC)(Spanish Association against Cancer) is granting 6.7 million euros to fund four cutting-edge research projects.
Research Programmes / Core Facilities
Cell and Developmental Biology
Structural and Computational Biology
Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology
Core Facilities & Services
Scientists at IRB Barcelona are supported by an extensive range of common core facilities that provide state-of-the-art technologies and scientific services. These facilities are a key asset for our research, allowing the Institute to obtain outstanding results. They are designed to incorporate the most novel technologies available and provide them to our researchers in the shortest time possible.
IRB Barcelona's partnerships, with organisations in areas of mutual interest and expertise, aim to take advantage of the wealth of knowledge, resources and technologies so critical to advancing the field of biomedicine
Selected IRB Barcelona publications
News & Events
The AECC awards 1.2 million euros to liver cancer research at IRB Barcelona
IRB Barcelona's dancing scientists receive double honours at Spain's National Fundraising Prizes 2015
IRB Barcelona identifies the gene responsible for metastasis of breast cancer to the bone
A technique dating back to 1935 is recovered for cancer research in flies
14OctDevelopment and regeneration in the inner ear: the making of hair cells
14OctCytosine-5 RNA methylation in stem cell differentiation, stress pathways and cancer
18OctInternational symposium on aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases
20OctMutational processes in human cancer: the what, where and why of somatic mutation
The Spanish Association of Fundraising (AEFr) has announced the winners of the 5th edition of their annual fundraising awards, during the
Physicians currently have no tools to help them detect which breast cancer patients will suffer metastasis to the bone, a process that occurs in 15-20% of cases.
A study conducted by ICREA researcher Cayetano González, at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona), and published in Nature Protocols describes a forgot
The ARS Symposium takes place every two years with the goal of promoting the interactions within the ARS research laboratories and with the rest of RNA research community, both in research labs and in industry. The focus of the meeting is on the evolution, structure, function and biotechnology of ARS, and their canonical and non-canonical roles in health and disease.
Speaker: Dr. Fran Supek, Centre de Regulació Genòmica (CRG)
Speaker: Alberto Martin, Ph.D. - Associate Professor/ Associate Chair, Undergraduate Studies. Department of Immunology, University of Toronto, Toronto (Canada)