Events

   Recent Publications

“Distinct mesoderm migration phenotypes in extra-embryonic and embryonic regions of the early mouse embryo”. B. Saykali, N. Mathiah, W. Nahaboo, M.-L. Racu, L. Hammou, M. Defrance, and I. Migeotte, eLife, vol. 8, p. e42434, 2019.

"Lipid phosphatases SKIP and SHIP2 regulate fibronectin-dependent cell migration in glioblastoma". Ramos AR, Ghosh S, Dedobbeleer M, Robe PA, Rogister B, Erneux C.FEBS J. 2019 Jan 29. doi: 10.1111/febs.14769.

“Small Molecule Screening in Zebrafish Embryos Identifies Signaling Pathways Regulating Early Thyroid Development”. Benoit Haerlingen, Robert Opitz, Isabelle Vandernoot, Achim Trubiroha, Pierre Gillotay, Nicoletta Giusti, Sabine Costagliola. 2019, bioRxiv 551861; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/55186

"The impact of PI 5-phosphatases on phosphoinositides in cell function and human disease" Ana Raquel Ramos, Somadri Ghosh, Christophe Erneux (2019)  J. Lipid Res. 60:  2.  276-286 Feb. 

   Seminars

May 2019
Biomedical Research Seminars
Campus Erasme - 1PM

16 May (Auditoire B1.003)
Arantza Barrios
University College London
Dept. Cell and Developmental Biology
“Switching the value of odours: how do worms do it?”
Host: Patrick Laurent

23 May (Auditoire F2.103A/B)
Charles-Andrew Vande Catsyne
GIGA, Laboratory of Functional Genetics , Université de Liège
“Altered chondrocytes differentiation, matrix mineralization and MEK-Erk1/2 signaling in a INPPL1 knock-out mouse model of Opsismodysplasia”
Host: Jacques Emile Dumont

   Press release

New European H2020 research project
The influence of endocrine disruptors on the male and female thyroid gland

The new European collaborative project SCREENED aims to develop three-dimensional (3D) cell-based in vitro tests to better characterize the effects of endocrine disruptors on thyroid functions. This method will overcome the limitations of existing tests, being more sensitive, at low doses of exposure to chemicals, and enabling the prediction of their toxicity on human health in a sex-specific manner. Sabine Costagliola Lab at IRIBHM is the Belgian partner of this ambitious and innovative project.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 825745.

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   Open Positions

Several positions are open at IRIBHM for PhD students and Postdocs.

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