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The Centre for Systems Medicine welcomes: Dr. Michael Courtney Turku Centre for Biotechnology, Finland.

Lecture entitled “NOS1AP, an adaptor protein linked to neurological diseases, reveals a novel signalling paradigm” Venue: Albert L.T. 4pm 11th June 2015 Michael Courtney leads a research group focused on neuronal signaling mechanisms and is currently based at the Turku … Continue reading

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Title: Sox2, more than a transcription factor Speaker: Dr. Pengyan Xia

Dr. Pengyan Xia Sox2, more than a transcription factor Date: Thursday 30thApril 2015 Dear Colleagues, The Centre for Systems Medicine is pleased to announce another speaker of our seminar series, Dr Pengyan Xia. Dr Xia’s research is focussed on studying … Continue reading

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MEL-PLEX Worshop Wednesday 6th May 2015

Innovative Approaches in Translational Melanoma Research MEL-PLEX is a Marie Skłodoswska-Curie Innovative Training Network funded by Horizon 2020 aiming to train a new generation of researchers that can navigate confidently between clinical, academic and private sector environments. As part of … Continue reading

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Seminar: “Systems pharmacology and pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic modelling Oncology”

The Centre for Systems Medicine is delighted to announce distinguished  speakers to its 2015 seminar series:  Prof. Donald Mager , Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York (UB)  Bio: –http://pharmsci.buffalo.edu/CEPKPD/faculty/MAGER.HTML and Prof.Robert … Continue reading

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“Abeta oligomers and brain inflammation link synapse failure to neuronal insulin resistance and depression in Alzheimer’s disease”

The Centre for Systems Medicine is delighted to announce another speaker to its 2015 seminar series:    Prof. Sergio T. Ferreira. Professor of Biophysics,Biochemistry, and Neuroscience, Institute of Biophysics Carlos Chagas Filho & Institute of Medical Biochemistry Leopoldo de Meis, Federal … Continue reading

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World Cancer Day Today, 4th February 2015

Cancer Research – Past, Present and Future. Leading Irish and International scientists discuss how cancer research and treatment has evolved in recent years, and what the future holds. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSi2EO4zyQo&feature=youtu.be Systems Medicine symposium, BREAST-PREDICT,Irish Cancer Society Collaborative Cancer Research Centre marking … Continue reading

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‘Genetics of Diabetes’ Prof. Graeme Bell, University of Chicago

The Centre for Systems Medicine is delighted to announce another speaker to its 2015 seminar series: Prof. Graeme Bell University of Chicago  Venue: Houston Lecture Theatre, RCSI, 4.30pm Thursday 22nd January 2015 Lecture entitled: ‘Genetics of Diabetes’ Dr. Bell’s research … Continue reading

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CSM Seminar: Single-cell insights into population-level heterogeneity with examples of MAPK, HIF response and ubiquitination systems

The Centre for Systems Medicine is pleased to announce another speaker to our seminar series. Dr. Maciej Dobrzynski Systems Biology Ireland, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4 http://www.ucd.ie/research/people/systemsbiologyireland/drmaciejdobrzynski/ Title: Single-cell insights into population-level heterogeneity with examples of MAPK, HIF response … Continue reading

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Decisions, decisions: Regulation of apoptotic and necroptotic cell death in skin cancer.

Friday 5th December 2014, at 2.00 pm Decisions, decisions:  Regulation of apoptotic and necroptotic cell death in skin cancer Dr Martin Leverkus Section for Molecular Dermatology, Department of Dermatology and Allergology, Medical Faculty Mannheim, University of Heidelberg, Germany. Dear Colleagues, … Continue reading

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“Searching for factors that can protect pancreatic beta-cells in diabetes using biased and unbiased approaches”

Albert Lecture Theatre, 4pm, Tuesday 28th of October 2014. James D. Johnson, Ph.D. Oxford University Visiting Professor of Integrated Physiology, OCDEM/WTCHG,Visiting Fellow of Harris-Manchester College Associate Professor | Medicine | Cellular and Physiological Sciences, Surgery Diabetes Research Group, Cardiovascular Research Group … Continue reading

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