Research Programmes / Core Facilities

Mouse Mutant Core Facility
Vacant position
Nick Berrow
Camille Stephan-Otto Attolini

Research Programmes

  • Cell and Developmental Biology
    More about Cell and Developmental Biology
  • Structural and Computational Biology
    More about Structural and Computational Biology
  • Molecular Medicine
    More about Molecular Medicine
  • Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology
    More about Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology
  • Oncology
    More about Oncology

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.

Interdisciplinary initiatives

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

Solanas G, Peixoto FO, Perdiguero E, Jardí M, Ruiz-Bonilla V, Datta D, Symeonidi A, Castellanos A, Welz PS, Caballero JM, Sassone-Corsi P, Muñoz-Cánoves P and Benitah SA.
Cell, 170 (4), 678-692.e2 (2017)
Testoni G, Duran J, García-Rocha M, Vilaplana F, Serrano AL, Sebastián D, López-Soldado I, Sullivan MA, Slebe F, Vilaseca M, Muñoz-Cánoves P and Guinovart JJ.
Cell Metab, 26 (1), 256-266.e4 (2017)
Ramírez S, Gómez-Valadés AG, Schneeberger M, Varela L, Haddad-Tóvolli R, Altirriba J, Noguera E, Drougard A, Flores-Martínez Á, Imbernón M, Chivite I, Pozo M, Vidal-Itriago A, Garcia A, Cervantes S, Gasa R, Nogueiras R, Gama-Pérez P, Garcia-Roves PM, Cano DA, Knauf C, Servitja JM, Horvath TL, Gomis R, Zorzano A and Claret M.
Cell Metab, 25 (6), 1390-1399. (2017)
Villanueva E, Navarro P, Rovira-Rigau M, Sibilio A, Méndez R and Fillat C.
Nat Commun, 8 14833 (2017)
Barriga FM, Montagni E, Mana M, Mendez-Lago M, Hernando-Momblona X, Sevillano M, Guillaumet-Adkins A, Rodriguez-Esteban G, Buczacki SJ, Gut M, Heyn H, Winton DJ, Yilmaz OH, Attolini CS, Gut I and Batlle E.
Cell Stem Cell (2017)
Picco A, Irastorza-Azcarate I, Specht T, Böke D, Pazos I, Rivier-Cordey AS, Devos DP, Kaksonen M and Gallego O.
Cell, 168 (3), 400-412.e1 (2017)
Marcos E, Basanta B, Chidyausiku TM, Tang Y, Oberdorfer G, Liu G, Swapna GV, Guan R, Silva DA, Dou J, Pereira JH, Xiao R, Sankaran B, Zwart PH, Montelione GT and Baker D.
Science, 355 (6321), 201-206 (2017)
Pascual G, Avgustinova A, Mejetta S, Martín M, Castellanos A, Attolini CS, Berenguer A, Prats N, Toll A, Hueto JA, Bescós C, Di Croce L and Benitah SA.
Nature, 541 (7635), 41-45 (2017)
Darré L, Ivani I, Dans PD, Gómez H, Hospital A and Orozco M.
J Am Chem Soc, 138 (50), 16355-1636 (2016)
Serra-Batiste M, Ninot-Pedrosa M, Bayoumi M, Gairí M, Maglia G and Carulla N.
P Natl Acad Sci Usa, 113 (39), 10866-71 (2016)
Jaeger S, Igea A, Arroyo R, Alcalde V, Canovas B, Orozco M, Nebreda AR and Aloy P.
Cancer Res, 77 (2), 459-469 (2017)
Rinaldi L, Datta D, Serrat J, Morey L, Solanas G, Avgustinova A, Blanco E, Pons JI, Matallanas D, Von Kriegsheim A, Di Croce L and Benitah SA.
Cell Stem Cell, 19 (4), 491-501 (2016)

News

<p>Image representing the effects of the circadian clock in ageing (Author: Iris Joval Granollers)</p>
10 Aug 2017

It is widely believed that, with the passage of time, stem cells cease to differentiate between day and night cycles, in other words they lose their circadian rhythm, and that this loss promotes ag

<p>Fran Supek is the first author of the study published today in Cell. Supek developed this work while he was working with Ben Lehner at CRG (Photo: M Minocri, IRB Barcelona)</p>
27 Jul 2017

Cancer is mostly caused by changes in the DNA of our cells that occur during our lifetime rather than those that we inherit from our parents.

<p>3D structure of the protein relaxase bound to a DNA fragment. The histidine residue that performs the DNA nicking, is shown in blue (bottom right) (Radoslaw Pluta, IRB Barcelon</p>
26 Jul 2017

Antibiotic resistance of the bacterium Staphylococcus aureus is responsible for 11,300 deaths a year in the United States alone—a figure that corresponds to half of all deaths caused by Gr

<p>Gonzalo Fernández-Miranda, Project Leader and associate researcher with the Translational Control of Cell Cycle and Differentiation Lab. Image: CaixaImpulse.</p>
20 Jul 2017

The third edition of the CaixaImpulse, a programme run by the Banking Foundation La Caixa and Caixa Capital Risc that supports the development of bio-health projects, is to fund an immunotherapy pr

Events

13 Sep
Aula Fèlix Serratosa, Parc Científic de Barcelona
Speaker:
Speaker: Sebastian Pons, PhD, Principal Investigator, Neural Proliferation Control LAB, IBMB-CSIC
20 Sep
Aula Fèlix Serratosa, Parc Científic de Barcelona
Speaker:
Speaker: Isabel Almudi, Ph.D. Developmental Biology, Evolutionary Biology Andalusian Center for Developmental Biology, Sevilla, Spain.
27 Sep
Aula Fèlix Serratosa, Parc Científic de Barcelona
Speaker:
Speaker: Cristina Pujades, Ph.D. Group Leader of the Department of Experimental and Health Sciences, University Pompeu Fabra, PRBB, Barcelona, Spain.