- conferences International conference "Biomembranes - 2018" at MIPT
Dear Colleagues! We are very pleased to invite you to participate in the International Conference “BIOMEMBRANES 2018”, which will be held on October 1-5, 2018 at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), Dolgoprudny, Moscow region, Russia.
- ys-ad Michael Gütschow lecture "Design and Synthesis of Novel Peptidomimetics as Inhibitors of Human Proteases"
September 7 (This event is over)
On Friday, September 7 at 14:00 in the Small Hall, the General Seminar of the IBCh RAS will be held. The lecture will be delivered by prof. Michael Gutchev from Bonn University, Germany.
- science news Seminar «Nutritional and pharmaceutical applications of bioactive compounds in plants»
August 6 (This event is over)
Dear colleagues, We invite you to the public seminar of Shela Gorinstein, Professor of Hebrew University of Jerusalem. It will take place on August 6 at 11 AM, in the conference hall on the 5th fl., IBCH RAS. The topic of the seminar is: «Nutritional and pharmaceutical applications of bioactive compounds in plants».
- science news The lecture by prof. Chandi C. Mandal Cancer biology basics. An intriguing link between cholesterol and tumorigenesis
August 2 (This event is over)
Thursday, 2 august, 15-00.Seminar room, bld. 34, stage 5. Chandi C. Mandal, PhD Associate Professor and Head Department of Biochemistry School of Life Sciences Central University of Rajasthan Dr. Mandal’s research interests: Finding the underlying molecular mechanism for cholesterol-induced cancer growth and Metastasis Investigating the molecular mechanism involved in cancer microcalcification and its prevention strategy Investigating the target identification for cold-mediated tumorigenesis Study for preventing mutation in mutation prone zones in cancer genome Identification of bioactive secondary metabolites for prevention of cancer metastasis Part 1. Cancer biology basics (15-00) Part 2. An intriguing link between cholesterol and tumorigenesis (15-40) Obesity, diabetes and hormonal imbalance have been linked with cancer incidence and/or mortality. Several findings have focused on high cholesterol as a cancer driving intrinsic factor. Although, this link has not yet been established well. This study aimed to find out whether elevation of cellular cholesterol promotes tumorigenesis. Our nationwide statistical analyses found an existence of positive correlation between cancer mortality rate and total average serum cholesterol of the population of a country. This positive relationship was also noticed in various anatomical site-specific cancers including thyroid, breast, ovary and others, except liver and cervical cancers. Moreover, tumor sample study found the higher expressions of cellular cholesterol regulatory genes (e.g. HMGCoR, LDLR) and elevated level of cholesterol in malignant breast cancer tissues as compared to benign tissues. Cell culture study documented that treatment of breast cancer cells with cholesterol increased cell proliferation and migration of breast cancer cells. Whereas, cholesterol depleting MBCD inhibited cell proliferation, EMT and stemness in breast cancer cells.
- ys-ad 48th Young Scientists Council Seminar "Rapid Prototyping: How to Simplify Daily Problems in Biochemistry and Biotechnology"
May 20–26 (This event is over)
On Friday, May 25 at 15:00 in the Small Hall, the Young Scientists Council Seminar devoted to the use of additive technologies in the context of a biological laboratory will be held.
- science news "Molecular Brain" seminar
May 25 (This event is over)
The seminar will take place on May 25 at 11:00 in the Minor hall. Professor Dmitri Rusakov from the Institute of Neurology, University College London (UK) will talk about synaptic microenvironment remodelling. Everyone is cordially invited.
- ys-ad Steffen Hering "Natural products as subunit specific modulators of GABAA receptors: From discovery to drug-development"
May 3–12 (This event is over)
On Friday, May 11th at 15:00 the Young Scientists Counsil seminar will host Univ. Prof. Dr. Steffen Hering, head of department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of Vienna.
- science news The 5 th International Congress on Microscopy & Spectroscopy (INTERM 2018)
April 24–30 (This event is over)
Dear Colleagues, On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we are pleased to invite you to take part in the “5th International Congress on Microscopy and Spectroscopy (INTERM)” which will be held on April 24-30, 2018 in the stunning Convention Centre of one of the largest international resort in Turkey right in the heart of Blue Lagoon (Oludeniz) area. INTERM is traditional annual congress for scientists and expected to collect a wide audience of participants and listeners. We are planning an outstanding scientific program led by world-renowned invited speakers, that will not only be a platform to showcase exciting new developments in microscopy and spectroscopy, but will also reveal the transformational role of microscopy in supporting a range of physical and life sciences. We hope that the scientific program, including a wide array of topics will live to your expectations, and that participation in the congress will offer you an opportunity to meet up with your colleagues, friends and renowned specialists from all over the world. We look forward to seeing you in Fethiye. INTERM Organizing Committee http://www.intermcongress.org/
- science news 5th Workshop on Molecular Neurobiology and Physiology "Current Methods in Physiology Research" dedicated to the 72nd anniversary of the birth of academician Eugene Grishin
April 20 (This event is over)
The workshop will take place on April 20 in the Minor hall. Talks will be made by world-leading scientists and representatives of high-tech entrepreneurship specializing in neurobiology. Everyone is cordially invited.
- science news A lecture by Prof. Alexey Terskikh "Signature of Glioblastoma Differentiation Revealed by Imaging of Epigenetic Landscapes” - April 20
April 20 (This event is over)
A lecture by Prof. Alexey Terskikh "Signature of Glioblastoma Differentiation Revealed by Imaging of Epigenetic Landscapes” will take place on Friday April 20th, 5 pm (seminar room, 5th floor, building 34).