The Molecular Medicine Program integrates several research groups with diverse, but overlapping scientific interests aiming to decipher the molecular mechanisms that underlie physiological pathways and the diseases associated with them.  Normal and pathological processes are studied from different disciplines (molecular biology, immunology, biochemistry, proteomics, and neurobiology) using unicellular and pluricellular model organisms.  This enriched and diverse scientific environment together with a superb spectrum of state-of-the-art methodologies makes the Molecular Medicine Program an exceptional training ground, for undergraduate students, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows, who in turn also contribute to the high vitality of the Program.

Coordinator:  AYTÉ DEL OLMO, José

Group Group Leader
Oxidative Stress and Cell Cycle

Elena Hidalgo and José Ayté

Inhibitory and activating receptors of the innate immune system

Miguel López-Botet

NFAT proteins and immune cells Cristina López Rodríguez and Jose Aramburu
Proteomics and Protein Chemistry

David Andreu

Neurobiology of Behaviour

Olga Valverde

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