How are brain connections preserved?

A new investigadtion published at evista Nature Neuroscience describe an important mechanism for the molecular development and maintenance of brain synapses. In the photo, Annette Vogl and Damián Refojo. You can find this story published in the website of the National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET) (in Spanish)

Research Group Leader Positions

In the frame of the collaborative initiative between the Max Planck Gesellschaft (MPG) and CONICET, that takes place between the IBioBA- CONICET- Max Planck Partner Institute, the MPI of Molecular Physiology, Dortmund, the MPI for Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen and the MPI for Metabolism Research, Cologne, there are three Research Group Leader positions opened in the…

Seminars at IBioBA – 2014

During the 2014 IBioBA Seminar Series, national and international invited speakers lectured, and joint activities have been performed with other Institutes at the Polo. All the seminars that have been held on during this cycle are listed below. Seminars 2014

Leloir Prize

Prof. Herbert Jäckle, Director from the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen and former Vice President of the Max Planck Society, has been awarded with the Leloir Prize by the MINCyT. This award was given to Prof. Jäckle’s for his role in the fruitful scientific cooperation with the MPS and the creation of…

IBIoBA’s research awarded

The work “Role and mechanisms of action of RSUME in the regulation of PTTG and impact on pituitary tumor development” from the IBioBA researcher’s Fuertes, Mariana; Sapochnik, Melanie; Tedesco, Lucas; Senin, Sergio; Attorresi, Alejandra; Bonfiglio, Juan José; Arzt, Eduardo, has been awarded with the Prize León Cherny to the best Insterdisciplinary work, from the Argentine…

Max Planck Innovation

The Director of Max Planck Innovation, Dr. Jörn Erselius, and the Patent and Licence Manager from Max Planck Innovation, Dr. Bernd Ctortecka, visited IBioBA and discussed with the PIs, in the frame of their visit to Argentina, organized by the Foundation in support of IBioBA. Dr. Erselius lectured twice, at IBioBA and at the AHK,…

Visits to the IBioBA

Drs. Aaron Ciechanover, Ron Hay, Jorge A Iniguez-Lluhi, Thomas Jenuwein, Simona Polo and Edward Yeh, visited IBioBA during the week of October 19-24, 2014, on the occasion of their stay in the country during the International meeting, “Ubiquitin & ubiquitin-like proteins: At the crossroads from chromatin to protein, EMBO-CONICET Conference”. They visited our Institute’s facilities…

The IBioBA celebrates the Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded to Dr. Stefan Hell of the MPS

Dr. Hell´s Seminar at the Scientific Pole, 21th November 2013, “Far-field optical nanoscopy: principles and recent advancements”. Dr. Stefan W. Hell, Director at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen – Germany, received today the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his discoveries in the developing of super-resolution optical microscopy. Dr. Hell visited our…