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CIÊNCIA FALADA ICVS - SEMINAR SERIES
Seminar: "Epidemiology of bovine tuberculosis in multi-host pathogen systems: new methods for the study of Mycobact
CIÊNCIA FALADA ICVS - SEMINAR SERIES
Seminar: Researcher: Ana Salgueira Affiliation: Medical Education, ICVS, University of Minho Where: A0.02, 22nd June
CIÊNCIA FALADA ICVS - SEMINAR SERIES
Seminar: "Stress-triggered synaptic malfunction: a gate along the path from depression to dementia" Researche
CIÊNCIA FALADA ICVS - SEMINAR SERIES
Seminar: "The HER receptors family as potential targets for therapy in cervicalcancer." Researcher: Olga Mart
CIÊNCIA FALADA ICVS - SEMINAR SERIES
Seminar: Researcher: Alexandre Carvalho Affiliation: Microbiology and Infection, ICVS, University of Minho Where: A0
2nd Joint Meeting ICVS/UMinho - Thomas Jefferson University
From 30th April - 1st May, researchers from ICVS, UMinho and from the Farber Institute for Neurosciences at Thomas Jeffe
ICVS International Seminar Series 2015
The “ICVS International Seminars Series” are back with the second edition. This ICVS initiative give unique
ECS ICVS Open day for Msc and PhD candidates
The Health Sciences School (ECS) and its Research Institute (ICVS) organized an Open Day in 25th March for presenting Ma
2015 Grants from Clinic Academic Center - Braga
For the second year our research partner “2CA-Braga” attributed grants for clinical research and scientific
Microbiology & Infection Domain Weekly Scientific Meetings
Every Thursday at 13:00 in room I1.15, the Microbiology & Infection research domain meets to critically discuss the
Brain Awareness Week 2015
Between 16th and 22nd March we celebrated the Brain Awareness Week at ICVS, where people from different ages had the opp
The Neurosciences in the Municipality of Barcelos
The Neuroscience Research Domain (NeRD) of the Life and Health Sciences Research Institute (ICVS), School of Health Scie
Neurosciences Journal Club
Journal club of the Neurosciences research domain - every friday.
Neuroscience Research Domain weekly meeting
Every tuesday, the Neuroscience research domain meets to critically discuss the work of two researchers of the domain.
Research article by Surgical Sciences researchers made front cover of the Journal of Molecular Biology
Limb patterning: from signaling gradients to molecular oscillations. Sheeba CJ, Andrade RP*, Palmeirim I* J Mol Biol.

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