19th SFRRI Biennial Meeting

The 19th biennial meeting for the Society for Free Radical Research International (SFRRI) will be held at the Lisbon Conference Centre by the Tagus River and near Lisbon’s most monumental and historical area. It was from here that many of […]

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Ángela M. Valderde at the Annual Conference of ciberdem

Ángela M. Valverde attended the Annual Conference of ciderdem, 2018. Dr. Valverde and her team showed the latest results of their investigations. You can find more information in the following link.

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María Monsalve colaborated with the 1st PhD Research Symposium in Health Sciences and Biomedicine

María Monsalve, member of ITNTREATMENT, colaborated with the 1st PhD Research Symposium in Health Sciences and Biomedicine. It was took place at the School of Medicine UAM Madrid on May 18th, 2018. Doctoral Programs in Health Sciences and Biomedicine (Medicine […]

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ITNTREATMENT and PintofScience 2018

Diana Grajales and Paloma Sánchez Aparicio attended the PintofScience event celebrated in Cuatro Gatos Bar on 15 May, in Madrid. The title of the conference was cuando-el-cerebro-enferma, a very interested overview of Parkinson’s disease. Many people assisted and asked a […]

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ITNTREATMENT attended the EUSEA Conference 2018

ITNTREATMENT attended the EUSEA Annual Conference that was celebrated in Madrid last week, on May 17 and 18. The host was the EUSEA member Fundación para el Conocimiento madri+d and the venue was the marvellous Círculo de Bellas Artes. Science […]

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Prescription drugs- not without consequences

Professor Eugenia Carvalho, member ot ITNTREATMENT, discusses drug-induced metabolic dysfunction, which she describes as an understudied and underfunded area of research.

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Understanding Metabolic Diseases by Eugenia Carvalho

Professor Eugénia Carvalho, member of ITNTREATMENT, outlines her research activities, which are geared towards understanding the molecular mechanisms of insulin resistance and wound healing in diabetes.

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