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23 November 2018

GCAT publishes its first results on a variety of diseases

Dr Rafael de Cid joined the institute in 2012 as the Scientific Director of the GCAT. Since then, the Project has been successfully set up and is now seeing the first research results. We asked him about the five publications that have appeared so far this year and what GCAT has in the pipeline.

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Can Ruti Campus Open House returns for National Science Week

Today over 200 students from 7 centres in Badalona studying the technical or scientific baccalaureate, or vocational training course in healthcare visited the Can Ruti Campus. This year young researchers from 6 research institutions and the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona gave talks, workshops and guided tours explaining their passion for biomedical research.

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The IGTP and the ICO join forces with the IRONMAN Project, the largest international registry for research into metastatic prostate cancer
 

The Urological Tumour Group of the Catalan Institute of Oncology (ICO-B·ARGO) at the Germans Trias i Pujol Research Institute (IGTP) led by Dr Albert Font Pous in collaboration with the Urology and Radiology Service at the Germans Trias i Pujol Hospital have joined the IRONMAN Registry Project this November.   The project was created and is being financed by the Movember Foundation.


 
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Scientific activities @CanRutiCampus
Monday 26 November 15.00
TRAINING: Projects Office
Funding Opportunities at the National Institutes of Health
JUAN ABOLAFIA,Coordinator of the European and International Projects Unit Fundació Clínic per a la Recerca Biomèdica

Sala Polivalent, IGTP Mar
More information
Tues 27 November 15.00
TRAINING: Research Publications
Accés obert a la recerca: recursos IGTP
Maria Virtudes Guzman Aguilar, Suport a la Docència i la Recerca, Servei de Biblioteques UAB

Seminar Room, IGTP Muntanya
Més informació
Weds 28 November 12.00
PMPPC PIs Seminar
Tanya Vavouri, Regulatory Genomics, IJC
Seminar Room, IGTP Muntanya
Weds 28 November 15.00
COFFEE TALK
Adrián Antuori, Clinical Virology and New Diagnostic Approaches Group, IGTP
Michael Maher, Chromatin, Metabolism and Cell Fate Group, IJC

Sala Polivalent, IGTP Mar
Mon 3 December 15.00
Can Ruti Biomedical Research Seminar Series
Linking individual host variation in disease resistance and tolerance to heterogeneity in pathogen spread
Pedro Vale, Institute of Evolutionary Biology and Centre for Immunity, Infection and Evolution, University of Edinburgh, UK
Host: Pere-Joan Cardona
Auditorium, IJC Building
Weds 5 December 12.00
BIOINFO TALK
Francisco Fuster, MDS Group IJC
Seminar Room, IGTP Muntanya
Weds 5 December 15.00
COFFEE TALK
Melisa Gualdón, Plasmodium vivax and Exosome Research (PVREX), IGTP
Antònia Banús-Mulet, Leukaemia Stem Cell Group, IJC
Sala Polivalent, IGTP Mar
JOB POSTINGS
PROJECT OFFICE  CALLS
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Fundraising
Company shows solidarity with research into inflammatory bowel disease in the Christmas spirit
 
The construction company CBC already has its Christmas present for its staff and clients this year; the children's story "El Viaje de Crohn", a book written by Laura Marin a specialist nurse for this type of illness who works in the Digestive Inflammatory Pathology Research Group at the IGTP.  All the proceeds will go towards the group's research effort.
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The "Amics de Can Ruti" organize a series of scientific talks for the public on different aspects of cancer
Scientists from various institutions on the campus participate in an activity organized in conjunction with the Municipal Libraries of the Diputació de Barcelona Network. the topic of cancer was chosen to tie in with the them of this year`s TV3 Marathon.
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