Eduardo Arzt y Rory E. Morty

VISIT TO THE MAX PLANCK GUEST LABORATORY

Researchers from the Max Planck Heart and Lung Institute in Bad Nauheim (Germany) visited the Institute in the frame of the activities of the Guest Laboratory. During the week of November 4, Dr. Rory E. Morty of the Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research (MPI-HL) from Bad Nauheim, Germany, visited the Institute, gave…

SCIENCE NIGHT

On November 2 we participated at The Night of the Museums, a massive cultural event that has been taking place for more than fifteen years in the city of Buenos Aires. The entire IBioBa´s team presented special activities for the general public with the aim of bringing scientific work to the community in a fun…

LAKN - Buenos Aires, Argentina

IBioBa hosts the Latin American Knowledge Network

For the first time in Latin America, this meeting brought together endocrinologists and researchers from seven countries in the region. The IBioBa was chosen as the host of the tenth edition of the Latin American Knowledge Network (LAKN). Gathered under the motto “Ten years sharing knowledge, caring people” it brought together 107 specialists in endocrinology…

A PRIZE FOR IBIOBA GROUP LEADER

Antonia Marín-Burgin, Group leader at our Institute,  was selected in the Ben Barres Spotlight Prize of the scientific journal eLife for her discovery of increased excitability in neurons generated in the hippocampus. It is commonly known that when neuronal activity is affected due to illness or the consumption of some substances, they cannot regenerate. In…

Saada Chequer Fernandez. Foto: IBioBA - MPSP.

Quality System at Research Laboratory

Its fulfillment guarantees the systematic nature of the tasks, the traceability of the research and, most importantly, it is a contribution to improve the scientific quality of the research. From August 14 to 16, our Institute organized an intensive training on Quality Systems Management in Research Laboratories. It was carried out within the Biomedicine Network…

Aaron Ciechanover: the revolution of personalized medicine

During his visit as a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of IBioBA, the Nobel awardee explained the advantages and the debate this new paradigm. Many call personalized medicine the third revolution of medicine, a paradigm shift. The first revolution was the era of incidental discoveries, such as penicillin or aspirin (1900s-1950s). The second revolution…