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Dr Felipe Sierra / “Les vendredis de l’Oncopole”: Geroscience in Inspire: Distinguishing Geroscience from Aging Biology

Auditorium IUCT-O 1 Av. Irène Joliot-Curie, Toulouse

Dr. Felipe Sierra, Gérontopôle, projet Inspire, Toulouse The geroscience hypothesis states that since aging is the major risk factor for all chronic diseases affecting the elderly population, addressing aging will lead to a significantly better health outcome than addressing individual diseases one at a time. This is an attractive hypothesis that rests on recent advances […]

Conférence CRCT : Dr David Simoncini, IRIT Toulouse : Computational protein design with optimality guarantees: features and applications

Auditorium IUCT-O 1 Av. Irène Joliot-Curie, Toulouse

Computational Protein Design (CPD) aims at finding a sequence of amino acids which folds into a target three-dimensional protein structure. CPD can be used to engineer artificial proteins with biochemical properties of interest for a variety of health or environment related applications.  The CPD framework jointly developed between INRAE Toulouse, TBI, and IRIT recently led […]

Conférence CRCT : Dr Camille Lobry Institut Gustave Roussy, Paris : Non-coding genome and epigenetic regulation of transcription in leukemia

Salle C. Cazaux, CRCT 2 Avenue Hubert Curien, Toulouse

Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) is the most common acute leukemia diagnosed in adults and is accounted for approximately 25000 new diagnosed cases per year in Europe. Despite the use of chemotherapy and stem cell transplantation, AML has a dismal overall 5-year survival of 24% and almost 50% of AML patients relapse after treatment. Currently, there […]