The funded project will address the development of metastasis in breast cancer.
The grant, which is specifically for research into breast cancer, has been given by the foundation, in collaboration with Mango.
Fero is a private foundation that promotes translational cancer research in Spain.
The foundation will be funding 43 cancer research projects.
The Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities, through the State Research Agency, has awarded the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona) €237,500 to carry out the project “Fostering IRB Barcelona internationalisation and H2020 participation” (IRBInterH)”, an action supported by the “Europa Redes y Gestores-Europa Centros Tecnológicos 2019” call (Plan Estatal de Investigación Científica y Técnica y de Innovación 2017-2020).
The IRBInterH project will boost internationalisation, one of IRB Barcelona´s strategic goals. Likewise, it will also strengthen the participation of the institute in H2020, one of the key internationalization actions...
Salvador Aznar has been distinguished in the “Young Talent in Biomedical Research” category
The Vallés Symphonic Orchestra will be playing a fragment of a composition by IRB Barcelona researcher Ernest Giralt that reflects the periodicity and the properties of the elements of the periodic table.
Anna Rierola, IRB Barcelona’s first 'Artist in Residence', and Neus Prats, ambassador of the Artist in Residence Programme, will be participating in a round table about art and science from a woman´s perspective.
IRB Barcelona will also be organising two workshops for children aged between 7 and 12: one about the chemistry around us—on the occasion of the International Year of the Periodic Table—and the other about how the human body works.
Salvador Aznar-Benitah has received a grant in the AECC Project category.
Two postdoctoral fellowships have been awarded to researchers Magdolna Djurec and Erika López Arribillag.
We work in some of the most advanced research institutions in our country, recognized with awards and certifications of excellence, employing world-class scientists and participating actively in the international science arena. As such, we are well placed to know the science behind climate change. Likewise, we also have a direct duty to ensure that our scientific conclusions revert back to our society.
We are both privileged observers and human beings inhabiting this planet. We therefore feel compelled to preserve nature and issue the following statement in connection with the Global Climate Strike actions that are taking place around the globe.
On 16 September, the ”la Caixa” Foundation presented the 79 grants for national and international research and innovation projects of excellence—among these four projects from the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona).
Among the beneficiaries of funding from ”la Caixa”, IRB Barcelona researchers Eduard Batlle and Raúl Méndez obtained two grants from the call for research projects in biomedicine and health, Meritxel Teixidó received a grant from the CaixaImpulse Programme, and Enrique Marcos was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship.
Characterised by a central theme “Questions for the future”,...
Ana Janic received her PhD in 2011 after completing her her doctoral studies in Cayetano González’s Cell Division Laboratory.
The jury for the prize acknowledged the outstanding quality of Ana Janic’s contributions to science, and her seniority along her career.
The new institution will represent and give visibility to young scientists, preferably from the field of experimental sciences