Various media, including Diario Médico and Madri+d, have echoed the study led by the ICREA researcher Núria López-Bigas, which shows that the mechanism of DNA repair is more efficient in the regions of the genes that contain the information required to produce proteins.
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A study published by IRB Barcelona in Nature Genetics demonstrates that the error (mutation) surveillance and repair system shows greater efficiency in the protein-coding regions of genes.
“It is a great honour and it strengthens my commitment to continuing my research with the highest standards,” says the IRB Barcelona group leader.
Eight IRB Barcelona group leaders are currently members of the European Molecular Biology Organization.
Several media have echoed the election of Núria López-Bigas, ICREA Research Professor and group leader of the Biomedical Genomics Lab at IRB Barcelona, as European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) Member.
EMBO has announced the membership of 65 new outstanding life scientists—these joining a group of more than 1700 of the best researchers in Europe and around the world.
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In the video "Looking for a needle in a haystack", ICREA researcher at IRB Barcelona describes her work at the front of the Biomedical Genomics laboratory.
The group’s interests range from deciphering the basic biology of cancer to the development of useful tools for the diagnosis and personalised treatment of patients.
The Biomedical Genomics group, led by ICREA researcher Núria López-Bigas, has recently participated in a study to profile the genomic landscapes of three subtypes of melanoma, which also involved postdoctoral fellows in her lab Loris Mularoni and Sabarinathan Radhakrishnan. Headed by researchers at Melanoma Institute Australia and QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, it is the largest gene-sequencing study ever undertaken in melanoma and one of the biggest in the field of oncology.
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The Newspaper Nació Digital interviews Meritxell Rovira, visiting scientist in the Biomedical Genomics Lab at IRB Barcelona, about her research on pancreatic stem cells. The best of biomedical research is that "it is interdisciplinary: chemistry, medicine, and biology... Nobody is good enough to know enough, and that is very fortunate," she stresses.
The interview also reveals a personal side to this scientist, as she explains what has learned about living with breast cancer.
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Several media have echoed the next conference on the latest approaches in cancer research. On 6 and 7 March, the Paranimf building at the University of Barcelona’s Faculty of Medicine will be hosting some of the world's most renowned experts on tumour clonal heterogeneity.
The event, which is being held by the Catalan Institute for Research and Advanced Studies (ICREA), the Josep Carreras Foundation, and the Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute, will bring some of Spain's foremost scientists together, including Núria López-Bigas, ICREA professor and group leader of the Biomedical Genomics Lab at IRB Barcelona.
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The local newspaper “Diari ARA” interviews Núria López-Bigas, ICREA researcher and group leader of the Biomedical Genomics Lab at IRB Barcelona, about cancer.
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The newspaper "La Vanguardia" interviews Núria López-Bigas, ICREA researcher and group leader of the Biomedical Genomics Lab at IRB Barcelona, winner of the 2016 Banco Sabadell Foundation Prize for Biomedical Research.
The interview reveals the personal side of this scientist.
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