Monthly Archives: April 2014

29 04, 2014

Timekeeping in the human body (Malcolm von Schantz)

April 29th, 2014|Lectures|

Lecture: “Timekeeping in the human body”

Malcolm von Schantz  MD. Ph.D.

Malcolm von Schantz studied Biology and Chemistry at Lund University in his native Sweden. He started his PhD work there with a 3.5-year sandwich period at University of California Los […]

28 04, 2014

Using genetic admixture to study normal-range traits and complex disease (Laurel N. Pearson)

April 28th, 2014|Lectures|

Lecture: “Using genetic admixture to study normal-range traits and complex disease”

Laurel N. Pearson, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Scholar
The Pennsylvania State University Department of Anthropology
520 Carpenter Building University Park, PA 16802

Biosketch: Laurel Pearson is a genetic anthropologist. She received her PhD in […]

17 04, 2014

X Brazilian Symposium on Glass and Related Materials

April 17th, 2014|Symposia|

São Carlos, SP, Brazil,  26th – 30th October 2014
Abstract submission deadline, April 18th
This Symposium is organized every two years and is a unique opportunity to bring together researchers and technologists working in the field of glass and related materials, […]

16 04, 2014

FMUSP Lectures: “Rastreamento não invasivo para Síndrome de Down”

April 16th, 2014|Lectures|

University of São Paulo Medical School Lectures
“RASTREAMENTO NÃO INVASIVO PARA SÍNDROME DE DOWN”

Palestra com:
Dr. Julien SAADA

16 de abril de 2014, das 09h às 11h
Faculdade de Medicina da USP
Anfiteatro Nina Rodrigues
Instituto Oscar Freire
(Av. Dr. Arnaldo, 455. São Paulo – SP)

3 04, 2014

Cardiomyocyte derived from human iPS

April 3rd, 2014|News|

Our laboratory is generating human iPS cells (hiPSCs) from patients with Hipertrophic Cardiomyopathy to study the “disease in a dish”.

hiPSCs were reprogrammed by STEMCCA polycistronic lentivirus using a xeno-free method and differentiated in cardiomyocytes through a small molecules protocol […]

3 04, 2014

Seminário: Novas abordagens genéticas e moleculares para estudar mecanismos de desenvolvimento craniofacial em zebrafish

April 3rd, 2014|Lectures|

Seminário

Lab. de Gen. e  Cardiologia Molecular
 SEXTA-FEIRA
Dia: 04/04/14
às 09:30h,  sala de aula no. 2

2º.  Andar, bloco I – InCor
Novas abordagens genéticas e moleculares para estudar mecanismos de
desenvolvimento craniofacial em zebrafish.
Tatiana Hochgreb-Hägele, DDS, PhD

California Institute of Technology (Caltech) – Pasadena, CA