Covid-19 in the body and in the psyche: the contribution of women in labs, hospitals, institutions and companies. This is the title of the conference organized on February 11th at the headquarters of the Advanced Biomedical Research Foundation – VIMM of Padua (Italy), on the occasion of the International Day of Women and Girls in […]
The conference will be held online on Tuesday 15 December 2020, starting at 4.00 pm. The talk by Prof. Schiaffino is entitled “Fiber types in skeletal muscle: from antimyosin antibodies to single fiber proteomics … and beyond”.
December 2nd 2020, at 5pm In streaming from VIMM Seminar Room, Padua: “Dai meccanismi molecolari alla medicina rigenerativa: le sfide delle biotecnologie”. Maria Chiara Carrozza, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna di Pisa – Paolo de Coppi, Great Hormond Street Hospital di Londra and Institute of Child Health – Nicola Elvassore, University of Padua and Principal investigator del VIMM
The role of a specific protein, PKA (protein kinase A), is essential in some types of cells for autophagy. Autophagy is the physiological process through which our cells get rid of damaged components. This discovery could open new therapeutic strategies for degenerative diseases and tumors. This is the result achieved by the recently published study, conducted by […]READ MORE →
Three high profiles to choose an equally high profile: the new VIMM Scientific Director. The Foundation for Advanced Biomedical Research has chosen Professor Alberto Mantovani, Director of Humanitas Research Institute of Milan, Professor Maria Grazia Roncarolo, Director of the Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine of Stanford CA, and Prof. Giuseppe Remuzzi, Director […]READ MORE →
VIMM postdoctoral researcher affiliated with Luca Scorrano’s group, Akiko Omori, won a research grant from the Umberto Veronesi Foundation, with an experimental project against prostate tumors. More specifically, Dr. Omori’s goal is to identify a new therapeutic approach for patients affected by prostate tumors that do not resolve with the conventional administration of antiandrogenic drugs. […]READ MORE →