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Life Science Club

We invite you to join our “Life Science Club” retreat that will be organized jointly by scientists from the University of Split and Mediterranean institute for life sciences – MedILS

In collaboration with the University of Split, MedILS is the place for generation and exchange of the diversity of ideas, as well as for scientific meetings where seniors and beginners, and all those in between, have unique chances for interaction and learning from each other.

At this first retreat, the scientists from the School of Medicine, Faculty of Science and Faculty of Chemistry and Technology, and MedILS will present their current work in a poster session with discussion.

 

The event is open to the public and free of charge. If you are interested in participating, please contact the institutional coordinator and Irena Rajić irena.rajic@medils.hr by March 20, 2022.

Due to COVID-19 measures, there will be a limited number of participants.

 

Program:

10:00 – 10:05   Introductory words by the Rector, Prof. Dragan Ljutić

10:05 – 10:35   Opening lecture, Prof. Miroslav Radman

10:35 – 10:50   Discussion

11:00 – 14:00   Poster presentations

Posters

 

Title

Researchers

  1.  

STIM

Vlasta Bonačić Koutecky, Margarita Bužančić

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Cellular parabiosis – the role of cell-to-cell communication in phenotypic suppression

Jelena Budimir, Katarina Trajković

  1.  

Unravelling the mechanisms of aging: aggregates formed by oxidatively damaged, carbonylated proteins lead to age-related cellular dysfunction

Ana Marija Vučković, Katarina Trajković

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Healthy organs are pre-determined to become primary cancer or metastatic hosts based on their gene expression patterns

Andrea Gelemanović, Katarina Trajković

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Effects of oxidation on protein-protein interaction

Marina Dimlić

  1.  

Skin eco – biology and biochemistry/NAOS ILS lab

Ivana Carev

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Mediterranean institute for life sciences and university of split school of medicine collaboration - sleep apnea project (fundamental research)

Doris Plećaš

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Sleep medicine center split and mediterranean institute for life sciences collaboration - sleep apnea project (phenotypes and biomarkers)

Ivana Pavlinac Dodig

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Gut microbiota carcinogen metabolism causes distant tissue tumors

Blanka Roje

  1.  

ADVERSE EVENTS REPORTING IS MARKEDLY IMPORTANT IN BOTH CLINICAL PRACTICE AND DRUG DEVELOPMENT:

from deeply established antibiotics to novel human genome editing products

Ivana Mudnić, Dijana Jurić

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Dynamics of hydrogen bonding in liquids and complex systems studied by molecular dynamics simulations

Bernarda Lovrinčević, Martina Požar

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Probing the Mode of Antibacterial Action of Silver Nanoparticles Synthesized by Laser Ablation in Water: What AFM Data Tell Us

Lucija Krce

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New antimicrobial candidates: Quaternary ammonium compounds based on natural scaffolds

Doris Crnčević, Matilda Šprung

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Analysis of satellite sequences in allotriploid A. x cornutum and its three parental species

Jasna Puizina, Ivica Šamanić, Željana Fredotović

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Metagenomic analysis of microbial community structure and function

Ana Maravić, Mia Dželalija, Ivica Šamanić

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Insights into the Impact of Gold Nanoclusters Au10SG10 on Human Microglia

Željka Sanader Maršić, Martina Perić Bakulić

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Lateral difussion in membranes: how crowding can enhance mobility?

Mislav Cvitković

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Impacts of sea bottom temperature on CPUE of the European lobster Homarus gammarus in the Adriatic Sea

Jadranka Šepić

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Anisaxins, helical antimicrobial peptides from marine parasites, kill resistant bacteria by lipid extraction and membrane disruption

Larisa Zoranić, Tomislav Rončević

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Bioprospecting of the marine algae

Igor Jerković, Sanja Radman

 

Institutional coordinators:

Ivana Carev, MedILS
Katarina Vukojević, MEFST
Viljemka Bučević Popović, PMF
Dražan Jozić, KTF

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