Assessment of a new therapeutic class for dyslipidemia & cardiovascular diseases.(Toulouse, France)
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Assessment of a new therapeutic class for dyslipidemia & cardiovascular diseases.(Toulouse, France)

Up to two post doc positions in therapy for dyslipidemia & cardiovascular diseases Institute of metabolic and cardiovascular diseases (I2MC, UMR1048, Inserm, Université Paul Sabatier) Description of the institute of metabolic and cardiovascular diseases (I2MC) The I2MC (http://www.i2mc.inserm.fr) is located in Toulouse and is one of the larger institute in France dedicated to metabolic and…

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An autophagic team – April 2016

Autophagy and Mycobacteria Institute of Pharmacology and Structural Biology UMR 5089 CNRS – Toulouse III University 205 route de Narbonne BP64182, 31077 Toulouse, France Tuberculosis and Infection Biology Department Presentation of the team Web site : http://www.ipbs.fr/ Principal Investigator: Isabelle Vergne , CNRS Senior Research Associate, isabelle.vergne@ipbs.fr Team members, 2016 : Isabelle Vergne (CNRS Senior…

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An autophagic team – February 2016

Cell Death and Autophagy in Atherosclerosis Inserm UMR 1048/Institute of Metabolic and Cardiovascular Diseases, University Paul Sabatier, Toulouse 3. Team “Lipids, Peroxidation, Signalling in Vascular Diseases” 1 avenue Jean Poulhès 31432 Toulouse, France Tel.33(0)5 61 32 27 05 Presentation of the team Supervision Cécile VINDIS, DR2 INSERM cecile.vindis@inserm.fr Team members 2015: Meyer ELBAZ, PU-PH Hripsime…

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International Autophagy Conferences

Information and subscription IAC Program To view the pre-program: click here. Last update: 23/05/2014 Download the IAC poster: click here. Symposium “Autophagy & Cancer” September 15th 2014 Pierre-Paul Riquet Hôpital, Purpan, Toulouse, France Scientific organizers: S. Giuriato and S. Manenti (Toulouse, France) The symposium is free but you must register in order to attend. To…

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