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Institute for Research in Biomedicine
Istituto di Ricerca in Biomedicina

Via Vincenzo Vela 6 - CH-6500 Bellinzona
Tel. +41 91 820 0300 - Fax +41 91 820 0302 - info [at] irb [dot] usi [dot] ch

News archive

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08.11.2018 Miguel Palomino Segura awarded PhD
29.10.2018 10th EADV Dermatological Meeting in Ticino on November 29, 2018
25.10.2018 Federica Sallusto President Elect of the European Federation of Immunological Societies
23.10.2018 New study from the Uguccioni’s lab revealing the activity of the CXCL12/HMGB1 heterocomplex in sustaining inflammation in Rheumatoid Arthritis
11.10.2018 The Good, the Bad and the Neuroprotective – from IRB a computer-designed antibody to cure prions
11.10.2018 New paper from the Cejka lab published in Nature Communications
11.10.2018 IRB collaborates with CERBIOS on developing antibodies targeted at Leukemia Cells
08.10.2018 New paper from the Cavalli Lab
22.09.2018 Marie Heim-Vögtlin Prize 2018 to Sara Montagner
22.09.2018 Alessandro Marazza received the Best Poster award at the Swiss Apoptosis Meeting 2018
22.09.2018 Narcolepsy, scientists unmask the culprit of an enigmatic disease
12.09.2018 Young researcher at the IRB awarded with the "2018 Balli Prize"
10.09.2018 New paper by the Sallusto lab published in Nature Immunology
07.09.2018 New paper from the Uguccioni’s lab on a study that reveals how a local anaesthetic can inhibit cell migration
03.08.2018 New paper from the Molinari lab on ERLAD, a new degradative pathway for proteasome-resistant toxic polymers
27.07.2018 Roger Geiger receives the prestigious ERC Starting grant to improve personalized adoptive T cell therapies for the treatment of cancer
26.07.2018 New paper by the Perez Lab: IRB identifies the receptor of the virus responsible of the most common cause of permanent births defects, a study published in Cell
03.07.2018 Rfx7: important transcription factor for natural killer cell-mediated immunity
02.07.2018 Sara Natali awarded PhD
20.06.2018 Egle Radice awarded PhD