In the media

<p>Image: 1203 Restaurant</p>
23 May 2018 - Segre

The Segre newspaper has published an article on the 11th "Vi per Vida" wine-tasting event, held last Sunday in Llelida. The 1000 raised through this initiative will be donated to cancer and metastasis research at IRB Barcelona.

<p>Joan J. Guinovart, founder of IRB Barcelona</p>
16 May 2018 -

The programme "La Noche de Cope" interviewed Joan J. Guinovart about the bequest of 1.5 million euros donated to IRB Barcelona and that will be devoted to strengthening research into cancer and metastasis.

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<p>Mutant Drosophila melanogaster spermatozoa. The heads are severed from the tail ends and are dispersed. Photo courtesy of S. Llamazares / Gonzalez Lab</p>
16 May 2018 -

Al Día Cat, Diario Médico, El Confidencial, Phys.org, Scienmag, among other national and international media, have published articles about the latest research led by IRB Barcelona that has identified the critical role played by the CENTROBIN protein in male fertility.

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<p>European Research Council (ERC)</p>
15 May 2018 - LA RAZÓN

La Razón newspaper has published an article on the grants given by the European Research Council (ERC) to five researchers in Barcelona. Among these grants is the ERC Proof of Concept that Modesto Orozco, head of the Molecular Modelling and Bioinformatics Lab at IRB Barcelona, has received. This grant will allow him to optimise and validate "2shRNA", a tool that can simultaneously attack two therapeutic targets involved in drug resistance pathways and that can also bind to other molecules to enhance their delivery and efficacy.

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<p>Presentation of Gemma Turon. Image: El Periódico</p>
15 May 2018 - El Periódico de Catalunya

El Periódico newspaper has published an article about “Pint of Science”, a science festival that took place on Monday at the same time and in different bars around the city of Barcelona. It also included a picture of the presentation given by Gemma Turon, PhD student with the Colorectal Cancer lab at IRB Barcelona.

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<p>Manuel Serrano, head of the Cellular Plasticity and Disease laboratory at IRB Barcelona</p>
14 May 2018 -

El Economista, Cuatro, Geriatricarea, among other media, have published articles about the award received by Manuel Serrano, head of the Cellular Plasticity and Disease Lab at IRB Barcelona, for his work "Tissue damage and senescence provide critical signals for cell reprogramming in vivo".

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<p>Modesto Orozco, head of the Molecular Modelling and Bioinformatics Lab at IRB Barcelona</p>
11 May 2018 -

ABC, El Economista, Cope, among other media, have published articles about the ERC Proof of Concept grant awarded to Modesto Orozco, head of the Molecular Modeling and Bioinformatics Lab at IRB Barcelona, to combat resistance in breast cancer.

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<p>Antonio Zorzano, head of the Complex Metabolic Diseases and Mitochondria Lab</p>
7 May 2018 - RNE

RNE has interviewed Antonio Zorzano, head of the Complex Metabolic Diseases and Mitochondria lab at IRB Barcelona, about his research on DOR protein deficiency. Depletion of this protein stimulates the generation of new adipose cells and leads to a less toxic form of obesity. In the interview, Zorzano says that this study will allow the identification of therapeutic targets, which in turn will allow the development of new drugs. This will be a step forward as only three approved drugs are available through a medical prescription in Spain and they are not totally effective.

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<p>Harkan Kaur, student from the "Crazy About Biomedicine" programme</p>
4 May 2018 -

L'Hdigital ha fet un reportatge sobre el projecte Bojos per la Ciència de la Fundació Catalunya-la Pedrera, al qual participa l'IRB Barcelona a través de "Crazy About Biomedicine", una iniciativa enfocada a estudiants de 1r de Batxillerat que tenen pensat fer alguna carrera científica. Durant el reportatge, Muriel Arimon, responsable de l’Oficina de Participació Ciutadana i Educació Científica del centre, explica en què consisteix el “Crazy About Biomedicine”.

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<p>Núria López-Bigas will lead the "Biomedical Genomics" laboratory (M Minocri, IRB Barcelona)</p>
24 Apr 2018 -

The blog Handy Recovery has published an article about the "Cancer Genome Interpreter" (CGI), an open platform designed to support the identification of tumour alterations that drive the disease and detect those that may be therapeutically actionable. Núria López-Bigas, leader of the Biomedical Genomics Laboratory at IRB Barcelona, is part of this initiative.

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