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This event has been designed to provide a platform for discussion on biosciences analysis tools, an area of great scientific interest, and will involve some national and international specialists who will share their experience in this field. 

Madrid

Centro Nacional de Biotecnología
July 6th
09h30 to 16h00 

Bilbao

NH Hoteles
July 7th
09h00 to 16h00 

Barcelona

Parc Científic de Barcelona
July 12th
09h00 to 15h00 

Lisbon

ITQB Nova – UNL
July 15th
09h00 to 16h00 

Includes lunch, coffee break and access to the speakers' presentations

Madrid
Bilbao
Barcelona
Lisbon

Programme

09:30-09:45 

Apertura

José Catita - Iberian Senior Manager at Paralab BIO; Professor at UFP

09:45-10:15

Estudio de la respuesta humoral frente al SARS-CoV-2 mediante citometría de flujo

Lydia Horndler - PhD student at CBMSO

10:15-10:45

Proteómica y sus aplicaciones al estudio del hígado

Fernando Corrales - Head of Proteomics Services at CNB

10:45-11:15

Kinetic live cell imaging

José Catita - Iberian Senior Manager at Paralab BIO; Professor at UFP

11:15-11:45

Descanso de café

11:45-12:15

Técnicas de microscopía óptica en el CNB y sus aplicaciones

Ana María Oña - Head of Microscopy Services at CNB

12:15-12:45

Differential scanning calorimetry: An invaluable tool for a detailed thermodynamic characterization of macromolecular interactions

Olga Cañadas - Senior Researcher at UCM

12:45-13:15

Caracterización de interacciones moleculares por Grating Couple Interferometry 

José Catita - Iberian Senior Manager at Paralab BIO; Professor at UFP

13:15-14:30

Comida

14:30-15:00

Microarrays de proteínas y péptido para el desarrollo de nuevas herramientas diagnosticas de las alergias alimentarias

Javier Martínez - Head of Microarray Services at IRyCIS

15:00-15:30

Generación y verificación de colonias monoclonales

Adolfo Molejón - Product Manager at Paralab Bio

15:30-16:00

Ultra-High Density Arrays

Adolfo Molejón - Product Manager at Paralab Bio

16:00

Clausura

Speakers

Lydia Horndler

CBMSO

Part of Dr Hisse Van Santen's group and working with Dr Balbino Alarcón, Lydia is a researcher with great aptitudes and great potential, working in the area of immunology. Her activity has allowed her to develop flow cytometry applications towards the efforts of improving detection of SARS-CoV-2, supported by peer reviewed publications, including multiplexed detection of human antibodies against SARS-CoV-2.

Ana María Oña Blanco

CNB

Ana Oña is the head of the renowned optical microscopy facility at the CNB (Centro Nacional de Biotecnología), which provides users with access to different microscopic technologies and collaborates in the development of their research activity through the transmission of technical quality to understand the power of microscopy. The work carried out in the facility combines the experimental and technical adequacy of the research activity, bringing value to the field of optical microscopy, with advice on bioimage processing and analysis with different software packages. The aim of the facility is to contribute to the publication of quality scientific articles.

Olga Cañadas Benito

Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM)

Professor at the Faculty of Biology-UCM. Her research is focused on the pulmonary surfactant system and the interactions of its components with inhaled particulate matter. She is expert in the characterization of macromolecular interactions using biophysical techniques such as fluorescence spectroscopy, differential scanning calorimetry and dynamic light scattering.

Javier Martínez-Botas

IRyCIS

Service leader of Microarray services at Instituto Ramón y Cajal de Investigación Sanitaria (IRyCIS)

Fernando Corrales

CNB

The recent recipient of the “EuPA Juan Pablo Albar Protein Pioneer Award” from the European Proteomics Association is responsible for the CNB's proteomics services. His extensive professional career is focused on liver functions and pathophysiologies developed in more than 180 peer reviewed publications.

Adolfo Molejon

Paralab Bio

Adolfo has developed his scientific career within the field of oncology. From his initial work at King's College London, he studied effect of metalloproteinases in tumorigenic cells. He further developed his scientific interests studying oncological signalling from the point of view of DNA Damage Repair (DDR) and outcomes on senescence as his PhD thesis. He has applied the scientific knowledge to further aid the scientific community aiding in acquisition of technologies for scientific and industrial research, aiding clients in tailoring technologies to be acquired and giving support after acquisition, ensuring excellent support structure for scientific research.

Alexandre Borges

Paralab Bio

Alexandre is currently one of Paralab’s Product Specialists providing exclusive support to the Bio Division of the company. With a background in Biochemistry, Alexandre holds a PhD in Molecular Biology where he specialized in plant host-pathogen interactions with focus in host defences involving plant secondary metabolism. With that being a multidisciplinary topic, he has also been in close contact with several techniques in the field of Analytical Chemistry. In his current role, he now provides biosciences researchers and biotech industry with solutions and support involving several high-end technologies which can range from biophysical characterization tools to live cell imaging.

José Catita

Paralab Bio / University Fernando Pessoa

Senior Manager and Technical Director at PARALAB, responsible for its Bio Division. PharmD with a PhD in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Oporto and Post-graduated in Management and Business Administration from Católica Porto Business School. Professor at the Faculty of Health Sciences - UFP, teaching in the fields of Biophysics and Advanced Analytical Techniques. Author or co-author of several peer reviewed publications, oral presentations and invited lectures. 

Programme

09:00-09:15 

Apertura

José Catita - Iberian Senior Manager at Paralab BIO; Professor at UFP

09:15-09:45

Ciencia traslacional a través del microscopio

Javier Diez Garcia - Head of Microscopy Services at BioCruces

09:45-10:15

Cytome Analysis to Accelerate Discovery of Leukemogenesis Biology and Clinical Implementation of Novel Therapies

Jordi Petriz - Group Leader Scientist at Institut de Recerca Germans Trias i Pujol

10:15-10:45

Kinetic live cell imaging

José Catita - Iberian Senior Manager - Paralab BIO; Professor at UFP

10:45-11:15

Lavado de células por flujo laminar

Adolfo Molejón - Product Manager at Paralab Bio

11:15-11:45

Descanso de café

11:45-12:15

Producir mi propio anticuerpo monoclonal: ¡Si se puede!

Andoni Ramírez - Profesor Agregado at UPV/EHU

12:15-12:45

Aparición y estabilización de mutaciones en la espícula del SARS CoV-2

Roberto Gozalbo - Senior Researcher/PI at University of Valencia

12:45-13:15

Caracterización de interacciones moleculares por Grating Couple Interferometry 

José Catita - Iberian Senior Manager at Paralab BIO; Professor at UFP

13:15-14:30

Comida

14:30-15:00

TBD

Speaker to be announced

15:00-15:30

Ultra-High Density Arrays

Adolfo Molejón - Product Manager at Paralab Bio

15:30-16:00

Generación y verificación de colonias monoclonales

Adolfo Molejón - Product Manager at Paralab Bio

16:00

Clausura

Speakers

Javier Diez García

BioCruces

I am currently responsible for the microscopy platform of Biocruces Bizkaia and hold a degree in Biology and PhD in Neurosciences at UPV/EHU (Leioa). I have carried out postdoctoral work at the Riken-Brain Institute in Japan and CIMA of the Universidad de Navarra visualising neuronal activity in animal models and the relationship between morphology and memory. Thereafter I have led pre-clinical projects of advanced therapy at the biopharmaceutical company Histocell S.L.U. in the field of neuroregeneration. Following, I relocated to the Universities of Osla and California Berkeley, obtaining a Marie Curie – Individual Fellowship for implementation of optopharmacogenic tools of the nervous system.

Jordi Petriz

Institut de Recerca Germans Trias i Pujol

Jordi's international career makes him a reference in the field of flow cytometry, including his 8 years as president of the Iberian society of flow cytometry. His pioneering work in cytometry has allowed him to obtain patents, and procedures for immunophenotyping blood and bone marrow samples with minimal manipulation of the samples.

Roberto Gozalbo

University of Valencia

Postdoctoral Fellow - Microbiology and Ecology; School of Medicine, University of Valencia

Andoni Ramirez

UPV/EHU

Andoni recieved his doctorate in Inmunology, microbiology and parasitoly by the university of País Vasco (UPV/EHU). His scientific interests are centred around Fungal and Bacterial Biomics Research. Throguhout his carrer he has published more than 35 peer reviewed papers, has 2 patents, participated in 23 research projects (being the Principal Researcher in many of these) and directed 5 PhD thesis.

Adolfo Molejon

Paralab Bio

Adolfo has developed his scientific career within the field of oncology. From his initial work at King's College London, he studied effect of metalloproteinases in tumorigenic cells. He further developed his scientific interests studying oncological signalling from the point of view of DNA Damage Repair (DDR) and outcomes on senescence as his PhD thesis. He has applied the scientific knowledge to further aid the scientific community aiding in acquisition of technologies for scientific and industrial research, aiding clients in tailoring technologies to be acquired and giving support after acquisition, ensuring excellent support structure for scientific research.

Alexandre Borges

Paralab Bio

Alexandre is currently one of Paralab’s Product Specialists providing exclusive support to the Bio Division of the company. With a background in Biochemistry, Alexandre holds a PhD in Molecular Biology where he specialized in plant host-pathogen interactions with focus in host defences involving plant secondary metabolism. With that being a multidisciplinary topic, he has also been in close contact with several techniques in the field of Analytical Chemistry. In his current role, he now provides biosciences researchers and biotech industry with solutions and support involving several high-end technologies which can range from biophysical characterization tools to live cell imaging.

José Catita

Paralab Bio / University Fernando Pessoa

Senior Manager and Technical Director at PARALAB, responsible for its Bio Division. PharmD with a PhD in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Oporto and Post-graduated in Management and Business Administration from Católica Porto Business School. Professor at the Faculty of Health Sciences - UFP, teaching in the fields of Biophysics and Advanced Analytical Techniques. Author or co-author of several peer reviewed publications, oral presentations and invited lectures. 

Jordi Petriz's Photo: © 2019 Lee Harris Photography, all rights reserved

Programme

09:30-09:45 

Apertura

José Catita - Iberian Senior Manager at Paralab BIO; Professor at UFP

09:45-10:15

Grating Coupled Interferometry (GCI) Technology and Biologic applications

Tatiana Tiago - Product Manager at Creoptix

10:15-10:45

Functional Cytomics in the Study of Leukaemia and Immunotherapy 

Jordi Petriz - Group Leader Scientist at Institut de Recerca Germans Trias i Pujol

10:45-11:15

Caracterización de las cinética de interacciones moleculares

María Macías - Group Leader at IRB

11:15-11:45

Kinetic live cell imaging

José Catita - Iberian Senior Manager at Paralab BIO; Professor at UFP

11:45-12:30

Descanso de café

12:30-13:00

Ultra-High Density Arrays

Adolfo Molejón - Product Manager at Paralab Bio

13:00-13:30

Single cell lineage tracing of stem cells

Alejo Rodríguez - Junior Group Leader at IRB

13:30-14:00

Los Microarrays en la era de la secuenciación

Mar Mallo - Head of Microarray Unit at Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute

14:00-14:30

Relevancia de la validación de anticuerpos monoclonales

Pablo Engel - Professor of Immunology at Universitat Barcelona

14:30-15:00

Generación y verificación de colonias monoclonales

Adolfo Molejón - Product Manager at Paralab Bio

15:00

Clausura

Speakers

Alejo Rodríguez

IRB

Alejo E. Rodriguez-Fraticelli Biochemistry in Madrid, and he received his PhD in Developmental and Cell Biology at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid. Worked on cell fate determination in hematopoiesis at Harvard University and Boston Children’s Hospital. Worked on developing methods for single cell lineage tracing in the hematopoietic system. Since 2015, Alejo has also worked with the lab of Dr. Allon Klein (Harvard Medical School) to combine single cell lineage tracing and single cell sequencing methods. Since 2021, Alejo is Group Leader at IRB Barcelona where he heads the Quantitative Stem Cell Dynamics lab.

Jordi Petriz

Institut de Recerca Germans Trias i Pujol

Jordi's international career makes him a reference in the field of flow cytometry, including his 8 years as president of the Iberian society of flow cytometry. His pioneering work in cytometry has allowed him to obtain patents, and procedures for immunophenotyping blood and bone marrow samples with minimal manipulation of the samples.

Tatiana Tiago

Creoptix AG

Tatiana Tiago is the Product Manager at Creoptix with over 8 years’ experience in the pharma and biotech industry. The background in molecular biology has given her a wide understanding of binding interaction analysis including label-based and label-free technologies. Tatiana holds a degree in Medical Molecular Biology from the University of Westminster and a PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. Recently, Tatiana’s focus is to help life-science scientists understand Grating-Coupled Interferometry (GCI) technology and optimize the label-free WAVEsystem enabling them to accelerate drug discovery.

Maria Macias

IRB

Born in Zamora, Spain, in 1964. Degree in Chemistry from the University of Salamanca, Spain (1989). Currently working at the Department of Structural and Computational Biology at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine –IRB Barcelona. Ph.D. student in the group of Prof. Manuel Grande Benito, Dep. of Organic Chemistry Facultad de Ciencias Químicas, University of Salamanca (1989-1993). Postdoctoral Fellow in the group of Prof. Hartmut Oschkinat, department of structures and biocomputing EMBL, Heidelberg (Germany, 1993-98). Staff-Scientist l EMBL, department of structures and biocomputing EMBL, Heidelberg (Germany 1998-2002). ICREA researcher at the Institute for the Research in Biomedicine –IRB (Since 2002 till present). Research activity focus on the Structural characterization of biomolecules by Nuclear Magnetic resonance.

Mar Mallo

Josep Carreras Leukemia Research Institute

Mar, the head of the microarrays unit, develops her activity facilitating the development of personalized medicine in times of NGS, being able to offer solutions endorsed by peer reviewed scientific publications for detection at the genomic level, specializing in leukemia.

Pablo Engel

Universitat de Barcelona

Pablo Engel obtained his M.D. and Ph.D. from the University of Barcelona, Spain, and trained as a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard Medical School (MA, USA). He was an assistant research professor at the Department of Immunology at Duke University Medical School (NC, USA). Since 1997 he is a professor of immunology and Head of the Immunology Unit at the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Barcelona Medical School. His major focus has been the study of lymphocyte surface molecules and their function in the regulation of immune responses. 

Adolfo Molejon

Paralab Bio

Adolfo has developed his scientific career within the field of oncology. From his initial work at King´s College London, he studied effect of metalloproteinases in tumorigenic cells. He further developed his scientific interests studying oncological signalling from the point of view of DNA Damage Repair (DDR) and outcomes on senescence as his PhD thesis. He has applied the scientific knowledge to further aid the scientific community aiding in acquisition of technologies for scientific and industrial research, aiding clients in tailoring technologies to be acquired and giving support after acquisition, ensuring excellent support structure for scientific research.

Alexandre Borges

Paralab Bio

Alexandre is currently one of Paralab’s Product Specialists providing exclusive support to the Bio Division of the company. With a background in Biochemistry, Alexandre holds a PhD in Molecular Biology where he specialized in plant host-pathogen interactions with focus in host defences involving plant secondary metabolism. With that being a multidisciplinary topic, he has also been in close contact with several techniques in the field of Analytical Chemistry. In his current role, he now provides biosciences researchers and biotech industry with solutions and support involving several high-end technologies which can range from biophysical characterization tools to live cell imaging.

José Catita

Paralab Bio / University Fernando Pessoa

Senior Manager and Technical Director at PARALAB, responsible for its Bio Division. PharmD with a PhD in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Oporto and Post-graduated in Management and Business Administration from Católica Porto Business School. Professor at the Faculty of Health Sciences - UFP, teaching in the fields of Biophysics and Advanced Analytical Techniques. Author or co-author of several peer reviewed publications, oral presentations and invited lectures. 

Jordi Petriz's Photo: © 2019 Lee Harris Photography, all rights reserved

Programme

09:30-09:45 

Vennue & Opening

José Catita - Iberian Senior Manager at Paralab BIO; Professor at UFP

09:45-10:15

Flow Cytometry: a world in constant evolution to support research in Biosciences

Mariana Fernandes – Head of iMM Flow Cytometry Unit 

10:15-10:45

No blind flight – developing products for the cellular therapy of patients with solid cancers

Markus Maeurer - Head of Immunotherapy/Immunosurgery at Champalimaud Foundation

10:45-11:15

Topic: NGS (scRNA-SEQ & Spatial Transcriptomics) (Title - TBD) 

Ricardo Leite – Head of Genomics Unit at IGC 

11:15 - 11:45

Coffee-Break                                     

11:45 - 12:15

Laminar Cell Washing - Curiox Next Generation Sample Preparation

Alexandre Borges – Product Specialist at Paralab BIO

12:15 - 12:45

Mammalian clone screening with monoclonality assurance 

Adolfo Molejón – Product Specialist at Paralab BIO

12:45- 13:45

Lunch                                    

13:45 - 14:15

Live-cell imaging: a world of compromises and possibilities

Maria Azevedo - Advanced Light Microscopy (ALM) Unit Application Specialist at i3S          

14:15 - 14:45

High-content Microscopy and Automated Cell Tracking using QPI

Martin Humphry - CEO at Phasefocus

14:45 - 15:15

Microarrays (Ultra Highdensity Arraying & Tissue Scanning)

Alexandre Borges – Product Specialist at Paralab BIO

15:15 - 15:45

Bypassing Protein Purification in Drug Discovery using Surface Plasmon Resonance

Pedro Sousa – Senior Scientist at Merck Healthcare KGaA Satellite Lab | iBET                        

15:45 - 16:15

Grating-Coupled Interferometry (GCI) – The WAVEsystem for Interactomics

Tatiana Tiago - Product Manager at Creoptix

16:15

Closing Session

José Catita - Iberian Senior Manager at Paralab BIO; Professor at UFP

Speakers

Pedro Sousa

iBET | Merck Healthcare KGaA Satellite Lab

Pedro M.F. Sousa is a Senior Scientist of the Merck Healthcare KGaA Satellite Lab at the Merck Healthcare KGaA Satellite Lab (iBET). Holding a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from ITQB (Instituto de Tecnologia Química e Biológica), his expertise revolves around biochemical and biophysical tools to evaluate enzyme kinetics and characterization of biomolecular interactions. Pedro is currently enrolled in the Molecular Interaction Platform at the Structural Biology for Drug Discovery Unit and is a knowledgeable user of multiple interactomic technologies such as Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR), Differential Scanning Fluorimetry (nDSF, TSA) and Bio-Layer interferometry (BLI).

Maria Manuela Azevedo

I3S

Maria Azevedo is a microscopy application specialist at the Advanced Light Microscopy (ALM) Scientific Platform at i3S (Instituto de Investigação e Inovação em Saúde). With a Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences held at ICBAS, she has specialized in various light microscopy techniques applied to live-cell imaging, a field where she currently is able to provide both technical and application support to all the ALM users. Her experience includes deep knowledge in phase-contrast, wide-field fluorescence, laser scanning confocal and super-resolution microscopy. 

Mariana Fernandes

iMM

Mariana Fernandes has a MSc degree in Biomedical Sciences from the Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa.

Having started professionally in 2015 as a technician in the Flow Cytometry Unit at iMM, she later moved to the IGC Flow Cytometry Facility as a Research Support Specialist, where she worked for several years. With the obtained experience, she embraced a new challenge, going to the Institute of Microbiology, Infectious Diseases and Immunology at Charité – Universitätsmedizin in Berlin, where she set up and managed the new Benjamin Franklin Flow Cytometry Facility.

In 2021, she was appointed as Head of Flow Cytometry Unit at Instituto de Medicina Molecular João Lobo Antunes (iMM).

Tatiana Tiago

Creoptix AG

Tatiana Tiago is the Product Manager at Creoptix with over 8 years’ experience in the pharma and biotech industry. The background in molecular biology has given her a wide understanding of binding interaction analysis including label-based and label-free technologies. Tatiana holds a degree in Medical Molecular Biology from the University of Westminster and a PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. Recently, Tatiana’s focus is to help life-science scientists understand Grating-Coupled Interferometry (GCI) technology and optimize the label-free WAVEsystem enabling them to accelerate drug discovery.

Markus Maeurer

Champalimaud Foundation 

Dr. Maeurer is head of immunotherapy / ImmunoSurgery at the Champalimaud Foundation, Lisbon and Prof at the I Medical Clinic of the University of Mainz, Germany, published more than 310 scientific articles, 28 among them in the LANCET series, he created 9 patents, he serves as a reviewer for several international grant agencies and several high impact journals.

Advisor for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, for the UK Parliament and the Italian Government,  Fellow of the Royal Chamber of Physicians, London; initiated with Sir Alimuddin Zumla (UCL, UK) the consortium against cancer and infectious diseases with a particular focus on COVID-19.

Adolfo Molejon

Paralab Bio

Adolfo has developed his scientific career within the field of oncology. From his initial work at King's College London, he studied effect of metalloproteinases in tumorigenic cells. He further developed his scientific interests studying oncological signalling from the point of view of DNA Damage Repair (DDR) and outcomes on senescence as his PhD thesis. He has applied the scientific knowledge to further aid the scientific community aiding in acquisition of technologies for scientific and industrial research, aiding clients in tailoring technologies to be acquired and giving support after acquisition, ensuring excellent support structure for scientific research.

Alexandre Borges

Paralab Bio

Alexandre is currently one of Paralab’s Product Specialists providing exclusive support to the Bio Division of the company. With a background in Biochemistry, Alexandre holds a PhD in Molecular Biology where he specialized in plant host-pathogen interactions with focus in host defences involving plant secondary metabolism. With that being a multidisciplinary topic, he has also been in close contact with several techniques in the field of Analytical Chemistry. In his current role, he now provides biosciences researchers and biotech industry with solutions and support involving several high-end technologies which can range from biophysical characterization tools to live cell imaging.

José Catita

Paralab Bio / University Fernando Pessoa

Senior Manager and Technical Director at PARALAB, responsible for its Bio Division. PharmD with a PhD in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Oporto and Post-graduated in Management and Business Administration from Católica Porto Business School. Professor at the Faculty of Health Sciences - UFP, teaching in the fields of Biophysics and Advanced Analytical Techniques. Author or co-author of several peer reviewed publications, oral presentations and invited lectures. 


Topics that will be addressed:

Multiplex Assays

Cellular Screening

Small Animal Imaging

Live-cell Imaging and Single-cell Tracking

Interactomics

Flow Cytometry

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Oporto

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Lisbon

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Santander

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Madrid

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Barcelona

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