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CIÊNCIA FALADA ICVS - SEMINAR SERIES
Seminar: "Cell competition in the thymus” Researcher: Vera Martins Affiliation: Instituto Gulben
EM | ICVS Open day for Msc and PhD candidates
EM | ICVS Open day for Msc and PhD candidates - March, 29 2017 Registration is open. Fill the form here!
ICVS researcher among the speakers of the Women Summit '17
ICVS researcher Isabel Veiga will be one of the speakers of the Women Summit '17.  The event is divided into f
L’Óreal For Women in Science Award granted to ICVS scientist
Isabel Veiga, researcher with the University of Minho’s Life and  ICVS, was awarded a L’Óreal Port
CIÊNCIA FALADA ICVS - SEMINAR SERIES
Seminar: "The impact of non-coding alterations in glioma: hints from HOTAIR and the TERT promoter”  Re
Neide Vieira awarded a NARSAD Young Investigator Grant by the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation
The NARSAD Young Investigator Grant provides support for the most promising young scientists conducting neurobiological
A New Multidisciplinary Strategy for Spinal Cord Injury Regeneration
Main findings of this work The spinal cord can be compared to a highway, allowing information to flow, in the form of n
New light at the link between depression and Alzheimer’s disease.
Novel studies from ICVS institute shows that chronic stress precipitates depressive pathology through neurotoxic mechani
Brain Awareness Week
The School of Medicine welcomed close to 200 students from Braga during the Brain Awareness Week. Scientists from ICV
CIÊNCIA FALADA ICVS - SEMINAR SERIES
Seminar by Filipa Santos Researcher: Filipa Santos Affiliation: Surgical Sciences, ICVS, University of Minho Where: A
The importance of microbiota in the first 1000 days.
The importance of microbiota in the first 1000 days.  
A new window open up for cervical cancer: HER inhibitors could be very effective in the treatment of some of this patients.
Main findings In this study we performed the most comprehensive analysis of HER family receptor alterations in cervical

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