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IDIBELL Seminars: “Implicaciones del sistema del complemento en el Síndrome Hemolítico Urémico (SHU)”

 

On Friday April 27 at 13h, the Pau Viladiu Hall, the Duran i Reynals Hospital (ICO) will host the seminar a seminar “Implicaciones del sistema del complemento en el Síndrome Hemolítico Urémico (SHU)” by Santiago Rodriguez de Cordoba, Biological Research at CSIC.
About Santiago Rodríguez de Córdoba
The Complement Genetics and Molecular Pathology laboratory at the Centro de Investigaciones Biologicas is responsible for research in genomics and molecular genetics with a specific interest in the molecular bases of human disease. Our general objective is the study of heritable variation and disease; how variations in single genes interact with each other and their environment to influence the development of pathologic situations. After previous successes in mapping and identifying various disease-causing genes much of our current work is focused on the structure/function analysis of the disease-associated proteins, and on developing translational approaches towards preventing and treating disease. Our current research focuses on disorders due to dysregulation of the Complement system, like atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome, dense deposit disease and age-related macular degeneration, and in a fatal form of progressive myoclonus epilepsy called Lafora disease. Our research activities involve gene identification and mutation detection; biochemical and cellular analysis of the function of specific genes; and structure/function analysis of mutant proteins. We have special interest in the development of in silico, in vitro and in vivo models to study the functional consequences of mutations in genes associated with human disease.

On Friday April 27 at 13h,  the Small Hall of the Bellvitge University Hospital will host the seminar a seminar “Implicaciones del sistema del complemento en el Síndrome Hemolítico Urémico (SHU)” by Santiago Rodriguez de Cordoba, researcher at Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas CSIC.


About Santiago Rodríguez de Córdoba


The Complement Genetics and Molecular Pathology laboratory at the Centro de Investigaciones Biologicas is responsible for research in genomics and molecular genetics with a specific interest in the molecular bases of human disease. Our general objective is the study of heritable variation and disease; how variations in single genes interact with each other and their environment to influence the development of pathologic situations. After previous successes in mapping and identifying various disease-causing genes much of our current work is focused on the structure/function analysis of the disease-associated proteins, and on developing translational approaches towards preventing and treating disease. Our current research focuses on disorders due to dysregulation of the Complement system, like atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome, dense deposit disease and age-related macular degeneration, and in a fatal form of progressive myoclonus epilepsy called Lafora disease. Our research activities involve gene identification and mutation detection; biochemical and cellular analysis of the function of specific genes; and structure/function analysis of mutant proteins. We have special interest in the development of in silico, in vitro and in vivo models to study the functional consequences of mutations in genes associated with human disease.




Date of the act: 27/04/2012
Hour of the act : 13:00
End Time: 14:00
Speaker: Santiago Rodríguez de Córdoba
Place of presentation: Sala Petita HUB


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