The journal club has become an integral part of continuous biomedical and biophysical education. Four years ago the new research area of biophysics in frame with the department of Optical and biophysical systems of the Institute of Physics was established. Thus, we would like to establish a regular Biomedical Journal Club in the Institute of Physics.
One of the many aims is to keep abreast of the scientific literature, which has expanded greatly over recent years. The journal club has, therefore, become an integral part of continuous biomedical and biophysical education. Four years ago the new research area of biophysics in frame with the department of Optical and biophysical systems of the Institute of Physics was established. Thus, we would like to establish a regular Biomedical Journal Club in the Institute of Physics.
Why is Journal Club important?
• No one reads enough. Journal clubs are an excellent way to keep up and expand.
• Not every journal club is memorable, but we tend to remember many of them. It’s good practice even for experienced speakers.
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List of Journal Clubs:
17th of June 2019: Cellular Autophagy
13th of May 2019: Cell Reprogramming, Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSC) and Usage of iPSC Technology in Regenerative Medicine
8th of April 2019: Telomerase and Telomeres and its role in the ageing process. And Laboratory meat: Its benefits and disadvantages
22nd of February 2019: Genome editing, therapy and scientific ethics
18th of January 2019: Mitochondria–lysosome contacts regulate mitochondrial fission via RAB7 GTP hydrolysis
26th of October 2018: Redox Homeostasis and Mitochondrial Dynamics
14th of September 2018: Bcl-2 Blocks Apoptotic Signal of Transforming Growth Factor-β in Human Hepatoma Cells
17th of August 2018: A giant molecular proton pump: structure and mechanism of respiratory complex I
15th of June 2018: Iron oxide nanoparticles inhibit tumour growth by inducing pro-inflammatory macrophage polarization in tumour tissues
11th of May 2018: Magnetite pollution nanoparticles in the human brain
13th of April 2018: Active Albuterol or Placebo, Sham Acupuncture, or No Intervention in Asthma
16th of March 2018: Shark Cartilage, Cancer and the Growing Threat of Pseudoscience
26th of January 2018: Auto-brewery Syndrome
1st of December 2017: Ragulator-Rag complex targets mTORC1 to the lysosomal surface and is necessary for its activation by amino acids
3rd of November 2017: How Do You Keep Track of Papers You Read?
27th of September 2017: A role for mitochondria in NLRP3 inflammasome activation