V Annual Meeting 28 July 2022

Biomedical Research Center (CINBIO) presents its V Annual Meeting "Research for life" (28th and 29th, July 2022) . Organized by the CINBIO postdocs and with the support of the CINBIO Management Unit, the V CINBIO Annual Meeting seeks to bring together researchers interested in medicine, biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics and information technology, being the CINBIO’s interdisciplinary nature.

We would like to reflect our multidisciplinary expertise, with international and national invited speakers that reflect the character of our Research Centre; experts from Cancer, Nanomaterials, Bioinformatics, Biostatistics, Immunology, Chemical Synthesis, and other disciplines addressed by our center.

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28th June

Opening and Wellcoming - Miguel Correa and Ana Mª Mejías

Protein-nanomaterial engineered composites: a new horizon for biologic drugs and diagnostic tools - Aitziber Lopez Cortajarena

Silver sulfide nanocrystals for imaging and sensing: A Bildungsroman - Riccardo Marin

Remote cancer monitoring using Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) Spectroscopy Technology - María Relvas

Coffeee & Posters Session

Synchronization of multisensory information in dorsomedial striatum - Ramón Reig

Brain-immune interactions in stroke: a two-way pathway - David Brea

Enzymatic activity, structure, and inhibition of human myeloperoxidase: an experimental and computational approach - Daniel Rodríguez

Analogues of vitamin D and cancer therapy: a new opportunity - Uxía Gómez

Lunch & Networking

A random walk down in Imaging Genetic studies - Natalia Vilor-Tejedor

TwoSampleTest.HD: An R package for the two-sample problem with high-dimensional data - Marta Cousido

Continuous remote monitoring of prostate cancer metabolites through an implanted biosensor - Marta Aranda

Coffee & Posters Session

Mechanistic study of symmetry breaking in the formation of chiral nanocrystals - Gil Markovich

Evaluation of substitution effects in the propierties of chiral helical poly(diphenylacetylene)s - Juan José Tarrío

Studying the limit of detection of strongly coupled Au@Ag@mSiO2 nanorattles and J-aggregates SERS tags - Carla Estévez

29th June

Plasmonic Metastructures and Bio-Assemblies for Optics and Photochemistry: Chirality, DNA-origami, and hot electrons - Alexander Govorov

Conducting chemistry in living cells - María Tomás

Gold nanorods-based bioactuator as dynamic cell substrate - Patricia Taladriz

Evaluation of Covalent Organic Frameworks for the development of a low-cost, rapid detection of Shiga Toxin-producing Escherichia coli in ready-to-eat salads - Ana Costa-Ribeiro

Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS)-based Lateral flow immunoassay for ultrasensitive detection of SARS-CoV2 - Lara González

Coffee & Posters Session

Protein microarrays for a highly sensible detection of anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in serum - David Ruano

Novel E. coli biosensors based on Surface enhanced Raman scattering with enhanced multiplexing capabilities - Lara Costas

EvoPPI 2: an updated version of a powerful Protein-Protein Interaction database aggregator and analysis platform - Hugo López

The potential of inhalation in therapeutics - Ana Grenha

Diana Valverde: Prizes and closing remarks

Best Poster: Tolga Zorlu

Best short talk: Juan José Tarrío