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  • Tuesday, March 26th, 2019 - Seminar Cell Biology Series Speaker(s) : Jérôme DEJARDIN (Institute of Human Genetics - Team "Biology of Repetitive Sequences" - Montpellier)

    Chromatin based regulation of telomere maintenance


  • Tuesday, March 26th, 2019 - Seminar

    4th Annual Breast Cancer Day

    Breast cancer research news in Curie and new perspectives If you wish to take part in the lunch please register by clicking here (before 17th March 2019). 8h30 – 8h45 Introduction Breast cancer in Curie : MSP and SIRIC, report - Martine Piccart and Sergio Roman Roman 8h45 &...

  • Wednesday, March 27th, 2019 - Seminar Speaker(s) : Allen Liu (Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan)

    Mechanobiology of Biological Membranes: from Mechanotransduc​tion to Artificial Cells

     Biological membranes are involved in a large number of cellular processes including cell migration, membrane trafficking, and cell signaling. Significant amount of work have elucidated the molecular machineries that regulate dynamic membrane-based processes. In parallel, there are growing intere...

  • Friday, March 29th, 2019 - Seminar Speaker(s) : Eric Chevet (NSERM U1242, “Chemistry, Oncogenesis, Stress, Signaling”, Université de Rennes, Rennes, France. Centre de Lutte Contre le Cancer Eugène Marquis, Rennes, France.)

    Endoplasmic Reticulum proteostasis in cancer development

    Proteostasis imbalance is emerging as a major hallmark of cancer, driving tumor aggressiveness. Genetic and pharmacological evidence suggest that the endoplasmic reticulum (ER), a major site for protein folding and quality control, plays a critical role in cancer development. This concept is vali...

  • Monday, April 1st, 2019 - Seminar Speaker(s) : Linda Partridge

    Drugging Ageing

    Ageing is malleable to genetic, dietary and pharmacological interventions. Furthermore, its underlying mechanisms have proved to be conserved over long evolutionary distances. Ageing is the main risk factor for chronic and killer diseases, and in animal models interventions that ameliorate ageing...

  • Friday, April 5th, 2019 - Symposium

    10e Journée ROGER MONIER - Imaging: a revolution

    Meeting co-sponsored by Gustave Roussy and Institut Curie that honors the memory of Professor Roger Monier, a prominent figure in French modern biology. This year, we celebrate the 10th edition, a scientific day meeting focuses on a forefront issues in cancer biology: « Imaging: a revolution »...

  • Wednesday, April 10th, 2019 - Seminar Speaker(s) : Liliya A. Yatsunyk (Chemistry and Biochemistry, Swarthmore College)

    Structural and Biophysical Studies of non-canonical DNA

      This talk will cover two representative stories on our attempts to elucidate the structure of non-canonical DNA implicated in important biological processes. To accomplish this goal we used a variety of biophysical methods coupled with X-ray crystallography. The first project concerns (CAGAG...

  • Thursday, April 11th, 2019 - Seminar Speaker(s) : Rudy Van Eijsden (Sr. Product Application Scientist (EMEA) )

    NanoString nCouner direct digital counting - Flexible High Plex biomarker research without RT and amplification bias


  • Friday, April 12th, 2019 - Seminar Speaker(s) : Olivier Pertz (Institute of Cell Biology, University of Bern)

    Decoding and re-encoding MAPK fate decision signaling

    Cells dynamically sense and respond to ever changing external stimuli through sophisticated signaling networks. Accordingly, signaling dynamics rather than steady states have been recently shown to control cell fate decisions. For multiple signaling systems, heterogeneous dynamic signaling states...

  • Wednesday, April 17th, 2019 - Orsay seminar series Speaker(s) : Kara L. Davis (Faculty Scholar in Pediatric Cancer and Blood Diseases Stanford Child Health Research Institute)

    Understanding Leukemia through the Lens of Normal Development: Single-cell studies for Clinical Translation

    Acute leukemia is the most common cancer of childhood and one of the most deadly due to relapsed disease. Predicting patients at high risk of relapse is an imperfect science and currently combines clinical features, somatic alterations and early response to therapy. Yet, despite this, for the 20%...

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