News

18/9/2020

Human and mouse cells run at different speeds

Human and mouse cells run at different speeds

Scientists uncover the biochemical mechanisms that govern the tempo of embryo development

18/9/2020

Improving European healthcare through cell-based interceptive medicine

Improving European healthcare through cell-based interceptive medicine

Scientists present a roadmap to use breakthrough single-cell and imaging technologies in combination with artificial intelligence and personalized disease models

15/9/2020

Small but ubiquitous sex differences in gene expression in human tissues linked to body fat, cancer, and birth weight

Small but ubiquitous sex differences in gene expression in human tissues linked to body fat, cancer, and birth weight

A new study - part of the GTEx initiative - highlights the importance of considering sex as a biological variable in genomic analyses

15/9/2020

Decryption of a molecular code that regulates the behavior of the cells

Decryption of a molecular code that regulates the behavior of the cells

The group led by Jana Selent is behind this discovery, which may provide new treatment strategies and therapeutic targets for important diseases such as cancer or Alzheimer's.


Agenda

Every year around 280 scientific conferences take place at the PRBB. If you want to receive the weekly poster of the upcoming conferences by email, please contact with comunicacio@prbb.org.

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22/09/2020
15:00
Scientific sessions

Species-specific tempo in developmental systems

The Crick Institute. London, UK

Teresa Rayon Alonso

Zoom Online Conference

22/09/2020
15:45
Scientific sessions

Enteroendocrine cells regulate intestinal function

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, USA

Heather McCauley

Zoom Online Conference

25/09/2020
09:30
Scientific sessions

Spatiotemporal variation of ultrafine particles and black carbon in Melbourne

ISGlobal-Campus Mar

Ariadna Curto

Online Conference


Press clippings

Press clippings from the PRBB centres: 

"Élia Martínez Estela: "He estudiado una plaga que causa pérdidas económicas en la alfalfa" el XV Premi PRBB al Diario del Alto Aragón

Published at 16/06/2020

"Premi al treball d’una alumna de l’INS Ronda" el XV Premi PRBB al Diari Segre

Published at 01/05/2020

"Jordi Camí, presidente del nuevo comité para la integridad de la investigación catalana", noticia en La Vanguardia

Published at 19/11/2019

"4 propuestas familiares para disfrutar como animales". El PRBB Open Day en El Periódico

Published at 04/10/2019


Press

Researchers at the PRBB work in a wide variety of fields within biomedicine, life sciences and human health. Every year they publish more than 1,200 original scientific articles in Science Citation Index (SCI) journals.

The PRBB communication and public relations departments try to help the media with anything they require. We are fast, effective and reliable. We can facilitate contacts with experts on almost any scientific issue related to health or biology, via the centres located in the park.

PRBB

Reimund Fickert (Communication)
rfickert@prbb.org
(+34) 606 988 423

Maruxa Martínez (Scientific editor)
mmartinez@prbb.org
(+34) 648 276 023

Mónica Rodriguez (PR)
mrodriguez@prbb.org
(+34) 649 451 778

IMIM - Hospital del Mar

Rosa Manaut
rmanaut@imim.es
(+34) 93 316 0707

Marta Calsina
mcalsina@imim.es
(+34) 93 316 0680

UPF

Gerard Vall-llovera Calmet
gerard.vallllovera@upf.edu
tel.: +34 93 542 2100

Mari Carmen Cebrián (CEXS-UPF)
carme.cebrian@upf.edu
tel.: 93 316 0916

CRG

Gloria Lligadas
gloria.lligadas@crg.eu 
(+34) 93 316 0153

Omar Jamshed
omar.jamshed@crg.eu
(+34) 93 316 0237

 

EMBL Barcelona

Carla Manzanas
carla.manzanas@embl-barcelona.es
(34) 93 316 0037

Iris Kruijen
iris.kruijen@embl.de
(49) 6221 387-8443

ISGlobal

Pau Rubio
pau.rubio@isglobal.org 
tel.: +34 669 877 850

Marta Solano
marta.solano@isglobal.org
tel.: +34 696 912 841

Aleix Cabrera
aleix.cabrera@isglobal.org
tel.: +34 93 214 7333

IBE (CSIC-UPF)

Pilar Rodriguez-Franco
comunicacio@ibe.upf-csic.es
tel: 93 230 9500


* If you need information or want to contact a scientist at a given centre, please contact the respective communication officers of the centres.


 Intervals programma with courses for continuing education for the professional development of residents of the Barcelona biomedical research park

Professional development

The programme PRBB Intervals provides residents with a range of education and training opportunities in areas that complement their professional experience. PRBB Intervals offers about 40 courses grouped into the following themes: Interpersonal skills, System skills, Self skills, as well as Good science & Honest science. More information: PRBB Intervals Report

22/09/2020
09:30
PRBB Intervals

Navigating turbulent times: time management and resilience in science

Louise Schubert

Online

30/09/2020
09:30
PRBB Intervals

How to write a scientific article

Susan Frekko

Online