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Informative session about the Industrial Doctorates Plan

The session will take place on Tuesday, June 28 th, 2016, at 15.00 hrs in the Ramón y Cajal room, located at the ground floor of the Barcelona Biomedical Research Park (PRBB). Is is organized by the PhD Programme in Biomedicine from the Department of Experimental and Health Sciences (CEXS) of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF).

BIB launches its website to boost visibility of Catalan bioinformatic potential
The Bioinformatics Barcelona Association (BIB), formed by more than 80 research groups, counts with Ferran Sanz and David Comas as members of the governing body.
The 2015 Quiral Report focuses on the public communication on vaccines
On Tuesday June 14, Gema Revuelta and Clara Armengou, director and researcher respectively of the Studies Center on Science, Communication and Society, will present the annual report that analyzes the appearance of health and medicine issues of in the media.
Nalmefene, a drug used for treating alcoholism, shows effectiveness also under the effects of cocaine
The drug commercially known as Selincro® causes a decrease in alcohol consumption linked to the effects of cocaine. The study was led by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and has attended Professor of Pharmacology at UPF, Rafael Maldonado.
GA4GH presents vision, model for genomic and clinical data sharing
Internationally renowned scientists highlight the current need to share medical and genomic data obtained by the scientific community. Arcadi Navarro, current Secretary of Universities and Research of the Generalitat of Catalonia and professor at the University Pompeu Fabra, is part of the board of the GA4GH.
David Comas and Xavier Serra visit the Spanish Royal Family
The King Felipe IV and the Queen Letizia received the responsibles for the centers and units that have obtained the Maria de Maeztu accreditation, whose purpose is to promote research excellence in Spain in any field of science.
A new energy source within the cells
Scientists at the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) in collaboration with the GRIB find evidence of a new energy source within cell nucleus.
"We'll never have just the one single cure for cancer"
Interview with Núria López-Bigas, coordinator of the Biomedical Genomics group of the GRIB, who has just received the Biomedical research Award granted by the Banc Sabadell Foundation
A new way of teaching Biology
International experts raise the structure that master's programs in systems biology, the interdisciplinary branch of science that studies using mathematical models present interactions between genes, molecules, cells, tissues and organisms should have.
The economic crisis accentuates the existing gender differences in periods of time off work
Scientists at the Center for Research in Occupational Health analyse the effects of the crisis on non-work-related sick leave.
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