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…

Fiorella Fabris y Natalia Armando

PhD Fellows Natalia Armando and Fiorella Fabris, awarded

Natalia Armando has a degree in Biotechnology and works in the group ‘Molecular mechanisms involved in CRH receptors signaling’ directed by Susana Silberstein, where she studies the molecular mechanisms involved in the cell’s response to stress. Natalia won one of the 2019 Doctoral Research Grants Max Planck Institute – Bunge y Born Foundation – Williams…

The Governing Mayor of Berlin visited the IBioBA

Today we were visited by Michael Müller, Governing Mayor of Berlin, along with members of his team and a delegation from the German Embassy in Buenos Aires. They visited our institute and learned about the different lines of research currently conducted at our institute. During the visit, Patricio Yankilevich, Head of the IBioBA Bioinformatics Platform,…

Eduardo Charreau. Foto: Verónica Tello | CONICET.

Farewell to Dr. Eduardo Charreau (1940 – 2019)

He was a member of the Board of the IBioBA Foundation, Emeritus Researcher and, during his tenure as president of CONICET, he promoted the agreement with the Max Planck Society to create our institute. It is with deepest regret that we inform the death of Dr. Eduardo Charreau. In addition to his outstanding achievements as scientist,…

Researchers describe a new mechanism that regulates cell recycling

Cells under nutrient deprivation conditions. The green marks show the autophagosomes, blue marks nuclear DNA. Credit: Yeon-Tae Jeong, NYU Langone Medical Center. Researchers from Argentina and the United States described a new regulatory mechanism for the pathway used by the cell to recover molecules and nutrients when it undergoes adverse conditions. Failures in this process…