The course, organized by IBioBA within the framework of FOCEM’s Biomedicine Network, will be held from September 12 to 23.

There is time to register until July 30.

Aimed at scientists and graduate students of any discipline related to Biomedical Sciences, the course seeks to provide an updated overview to understand how signaling diversity in different biological contexts and in multiple physiological or pathological situations determine a variety of responses for adaptation to a particular environmental situation in a given temporal and spatial framework.

In this line, experts in different experimental systems will present their biological problem approaches, development methodology and recent application. The virtual course will last two weeks from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will include theoretical classes, seminars and a brief presentation of the interested party’s line of research.

Certificates of attendance and/or approval will be awarded; and those who wish to accredit the course (which awards two points for the PhD), must take a final exam.

The course is organized by Susana Silberstein and Ana Clara Liberman (from IBioBA-CONICET-MPSP) within the framework of FOCEM’s Biomedicine Project, but is open to all members of the academic community who meet the requirements.

For more information and/or to access the registration form, please write to attaching CV and level of progress of doctorate. The course awards points for the FCEN doctorate, responsible teacher Eduardo Arzt.



● Matías Blaustein (iB3-DFBMC-FCEN-UBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina)
● Tomas Falzone (IBioBA-CONICET-MPSP e IBCN, UBA-CONICET, Buenos Aires, Argentina)
● Alejandro Leroux (IBioBA-CONICET‐MPSP, Buenos Aires, Argentina)
● Mariana Melani (DFBMC-FCEN-UBA y Fundación Instituto Leloir, Buenos Aires, Argentina)
● Carolina Perez Castro (IBioBA-CONICET-MPSP, Buenos Aires, Argentina)
● Diego Martín Presman (DFBMC-FCEN-UBA e IFIBYNE-CONICET, Buenos Aires, Argentina)
● Jesica Raingo (Dpto. Ciencias Biológicas-UNLP e IMBICE-CONICET, Buenos Aires, Argentina)
● Susana Silberstein (DFBMC-FCEN-UBA e IBioBA-CONICET-MPSP, Buenos Aires, Argentina)
● Ana Clara Liberman (ETI1-QB-FCEN-UBA e IBioBA-CONICET-MPSP, Buenos Aires, Argentina)