New achievement of the interdisciplinary work

Scientists from IBioBA and CIBION identified metabolic mechanisms that increase the malignancy of the kidney cancer cells. The article was published in the Journal of Proteome Research. These findings could open up new therapeutic target options in the future. Since several years the IBioBA performs studies together with the Center for Research in Bionanosciences (CIBION),…

COURSE: Context-Dependent Cell Signaling Diversity

Within the framework of the Biomedicine project of the FOCEM (MERCOSUR), from November 16 to 30, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the course in virtual modality “Context-dependent cell signaling diversity” will be held for those enrolled. It will offer an updated overview to understand how the diversity of signaling in different biological contexts and…

[CLOSED] Open positions for Group Leader at IBioBA

The Biomedicine Research Institute of Buenos Aires (IBioBA – CONICET) Partner Institute of the Max Planck Society is calling for applications for Group Leader positions in experimental or theoretical subjects on the research areas of the Institute. The call is opened to researchers at early to intermediate stages of their career , holding an advanced…

IBioBA’s SEMINAR PROGRAM RETURNED

Since the end of March, we implemented changes in the teams´s work routine based on the social, preventive and compulsory isolation measures issued by the National Government. From this, our guards maintain the essential functions of the Institute (e.g. nitrogen tanks for cells, animal facility, etc.) and the groups work from their homes in the…

MERCOSUR approved an emergency fund of USD16 millions for the regional fight against COVID-19

The IBioBA is a member of FOCEM-MERCOSUR Biomedicine Network created in 2011, involving research Institutes of Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay and Argentina. In the context of the coronavirus pandemic, FOCEM-Mercosur approved to provide the Network with specific funds (US $ 16 million) that will be used entirely for the coordinated fight against COVID-19, mainly for the diagnostic…

The IBioBA promotes scientific vocations

Under the tutoring of researchers from IBioBA, students from the German Pestalozzi school developed a methodology to detect dengue vector mosquito species (Aedes aegypti). With this work, they obtained the third place in the Jugend Forscht (‘Young people research’) contest in Germany. During 2019, Patricio Yankilevich from the Bioinformatics Platform and Sebastián Giusti from the…

AN INNOVATIVE METHOD FOR PROTEIN STUDY

The journal Nature Structural and Molecular Biology published a discovery of researchers from IBioBA and the biotech company Genentech in the United States. They developed a technique for identifying neddylated proteins that elucidates a problem that had not been solved for years Knowing the molecular basis of both the functions of the cells and communication…

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The IBioBA in motion

This year ends with several goals accomplished and new projects for 2020. During 2019 the Institute carried out a wide spectrum of activities focused on three fundamental aims: scientific excellence, international cooperation and science communication. During this period, IBioBA researchers attended to different events and strategic meetings to give continuity to the joint research projects…