Our postgraduate researcher Mariam Blanch has been awarded the EMBO Scientific Exchange Grant to carry out a research stay in the laboratory of Dr. Clare Pridans, at the Centre for Inflammation Research, University of Edinburgh. Mariam will participate in the project “Development of a monocytopenic model testing different CSF1R inhibitors to study the physiology of thrombus formation”.
Our postgraduate researcher Aleksandra Gruevska has been awarded the EMBO Short-Term Fellowship to carry out a research stay in the laboratory of Professor Fabio Marra, in the Department of Experimental and Clinical Medicine, University of Florence, Italy. Aleksandra will study the antiretroviral drug Rilpivirine’s effect on the fibrogenic phenotype of human hepatic stellate cells.
We are looking for PhD students to join our line of research on mechanisms of mucosal recovery and progression to fibrosis in inflammatory bowel disease.
We would like to welcome Sandra Coll, our new technician.
Natalia García García joins the Group.
The research group led by Dr. Juan V. Esplugues is looking for candidates for a scholarship to initiate a career in research.