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Jerome Noailly
Ramon y Cajal researcher at DTIC, Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF), Barcelona, Spain. Principal Investigator Biomechanics and Mechanobiology at BCN-MedTech
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Euro Soc Biomech Jan 17
Call for Awards for in Milan! ESB supports its mission and promotes excellence by recognition of outstanding members with prestigious awards. Regulations can be found here: . The deadline for award submission is 31/1/2020.
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Nature Communications Jan 15
Mitochondrial metabolites contribute to more than biosynthesis, and it is clear that they influence multiple cellular functions in a variety of ways. Here, Martinez-Reyes and Chandel review key metabolites and describe their effects on , , and hypoxia.
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Euro Soc Biomech Jan 17
Call for Abstracts for in Milan! The deadline for abstract submission is 31st January 2020. For additional information see
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Transferència UPF Jan 8
📺 Medical technologies are revolutionizing how medicine is practiced. Discover in this video how , from , is developing innovative tools and new devices ➡️⬅️
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Jerome Noailly Jan 15
Wanna join an international and multidisciplinary team in research ? - Deadline is approaching (Feb 3rd)!
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Liesbet Geris Jan 14
Come join our team in Leuven! Two 3-year postdoc positions available on my grant. Together we can bring bioreactors, mesofluidics set-ups and their digital twins to the next level! . More info:
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BCN MedTech Jan 14
Application Master in Computational Biomedical Engineering 2020-2021 IS STILL OPEN! Check info here:
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Liesbet Geris Jan 13
Great article with partner and Dr. Tina Morrison from on in silico clinical trials and the living heart project!
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BCN MedTech Jan 14
Are you a woman interested in computational biomedical engineering? Are you looking for the next step after your degree? Fundación Carolina grants may be for you!!
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Ralph Müller Jan 12
Interested in helping us to run a world class laboratory . Consider applying for an open position as a Lab Manager :
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Eric Topol Jan 9
No wonder is so hard to crack😉 and these are just the splicing alterations
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VPH Institute Jan 9
Only one month left to submit an abstract for the Conference, organized by and partners in Paris, France, 26-28 August 2020. More info on
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VPH Institute Jan 8
24 Jan 2020 16 CET - webinar on HIGH-THROUGHPUT MULTICELLULAR SIMULATION STUDIES WITH PHYSICELL by Prof Paul Macklin from Indiana University. Register now:
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uri alon Jan 5
A beautiful and insightful review of Introduction to Systems Biology, 2nd edition, emphasizing the routes to simplicity in biological systems:
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Hugh Harvey Jan 2
Congrats to Google, but let’s not forgot the team from NYU who last year published better results, validated on more cases, tested on more readers, and made their code and data available. They just don’t have the PR machine to raise awareness.
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Eric Topol Jan 2
"He's the one scientist who stood up & said, "This is bullshit." The story of “Science needs to find a new voice—not the language of scientific congresses, but a language that's understandable, passionate, & convincing.”
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Blanca Rodriguez Jan 2
Huge effort, now out: New human cardiac model for drug and disease investigations Independent validation/calibration/development Thanks to , , , and
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Journal of Biomechanics Dec 31
Happy New Year! Congrats to our top tweeted paper of 2019 by Andrew Vigotsky, Karl Zelik, Jason Lake, and Richard Hinrichs, with over 24,000 views: "Mechanical misconceptions: Have we lost the 'mechanics' in “sports biomechanics”?
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Amir A Zadpoor Dec 30
Mendelian randomization is useful for establishing causation in observational studies. The main idea is to eliminate the effects of confounding factors using populations that are genetically predisposed to certain conditions.
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Data science Dec 31
Statistics versus machine learning: definitions are interesting (but understanding, methodology, and reporting are more important)
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