Alternative lenghthening of telomeres in cancer: diagnosis and therapeutic perspectives

On Thursday, March 23rd, Annabelle Decottignies, Research Director of the National Funds for Scientific Research (FNRS) at the Duve Institute will give a lecture at RESTORE at 1 PM. Annabelle Decottignies is the Leader of the research team TELOMERES in the Unit “Genetic & Epigenetic Alteration of Genomes and Professor at the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium.

Her research focuses on the mechanisms used by cancer cells to acquire the “eternal youth” that allows them to divide without limit.

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Numerical and technical tools to better investigate metabolism, inflammation and cancer

Co-intervention of international speakers and CARe PhD students

On January 26th, 2023 a panel of international experts and CARe PHD students will analyse and discuss numerical and technical tools in disease investigation at the Toulouse University Cancer Institute.

Recordings of seminars

Pauline Chassonery – PhD student

Léa Da Costa Fernandes – PhD student

Yoram Vodovotz – CIRM University of Pittsburgh

Camille Champigny – PhD student

Ambre Bertholet – UCLA School of Medicine


Workshop on “Epigenetics and epigenomics of aging (with insights into sex-differences with aging”

On Thursday, November24th from 5 to 7 PM, Berenice Benayoun, PhD, who is an Assistant Professor of Gerontology and Biological Sciences at University of Southern California Leonard Davis School of Gerontology  will speak about epigenome and transcriptome remodeling with aging in vertebrates, how these changes interact with overlooked cues such as biological sex, and the roles that these changes can play in the aging process.

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AMF/light promoted drug delivery workshop

From November 22nd to 24th at INSA campus, French and European researchers will conduct a Workshop on “heating triggered drug release from nanometric inorganic – metal – organic framework composites”. It is a EU Innovative Training Network aims to train the next generation of material scientists in a highly
interdisciplinary and intersectorial research environment.

Bioinformatics Workshop

On Wednesday, November 23rd at the IUCT -Oncopole Amphitheater researchers and CARe PhD students will share their expertise on Bioinformatics. A Keynote lecture will be given by Professor Roser Vento (Wellcome Sanger Institute, UK) on “Mapping tissues in vitro and in vivo”.

To participate via videoconference, please click here.