Events

22 Jun 2017

Speaker: Meritxell Huch, PhD - Gurdon Institute-Wellcome Trust/ Cancer Research UK, Department of Physiology, Developmental Biology and Neuroscience, University of Cambridge (United Kingdom).

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21 Jun 2017

Speaker: Joan Frigola, IRB Barcelona

21 Jun 2017

Speaker: Dario Lemos, PhD  - Harvard Institutes of Medicine –Brigham and Women’s Hospital – Harvard Medical School – Boston – MA - USA

 

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21 Jun 2017

Speaker: Elena Vizcaya, PhD student. Department of Genetics, Microbiology and Statistics. Institut of Biomedicine (IBUB), University of Barcelona.

 

20 Jun 2017

This short course will describe many aspects of heterologous expression in E.coli, from choice of construct design through to methods to improve levels of soluble expression and co-expression. In addition we will also describe expression in Eukaryotic hosts, including secreted proteins and ECDs, and options for co-expression. The course will finish with a discussion and problem solving session using examples brought along by the attendees.
 

20 Jun 2017

¿Cómo conseguir financiar un proyecto de empresa científica?

Tuesday, 20 June 2017, Fèliz Serratosa Room
(event in Spanish).

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14 Jun 2017

Speaker: Ivano Eberini Università degli Studi di Milano – La Statale.

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14 Jun 2017

Speaker: Maria Almuedo-Castillo, Postdoctoral Fellow Marie Curie Fellow and EMBO Long-Term Fellow Friedrich Miescher Laboratory of the Max Planck Society, Germany

 

13 Jun 2017

Speaker: Sara Blackford, BSc, MA

Sarah Blackford is a qualified academic career specialist (MA, Warwick University) with a background in scientific research and publishing. She provides a wide range of career support activities to doctoral students and early-career researchers and has been delivering specialised career workshops and one-to-one coaching for over 10 years in research institutions, universities, EU consortia and doctoral training programmes.  Her workshops are broadly based on her book, ‘Career planning for research bioscientists, and much of her advice and resources are published on her blog, www.biosciencecareers.org.  As a registered career practitioner, Sarah adheres to a recognised ethical code of practice during the course of her work.

 

12 Jun 2017

Speakers: Sarah Blackford, BSc, MA

Sarah Blackford is a qualified academic career specialist (MA, Warwick University) with a background in scientific research and publishing. She provides a wide range of career support activities to doctoral students and early-career researchers and has been delivering specialised career workshops and one-to-one coaching for over 10 years in research institutions, universities, EU consortia and doctoral training programmes.  Her workshops are broadly based on her book, ‘Career planning for research bioscientists, and much of her advice and resources are published on her blog, www.biosciencecareers.org.  As a registered career practitioner, Sarah adheres to a recognised ethical code of practice during the course of her work.