Course "Lipid mediators in inflammatory processes"

May 2021

 

The course will provide an interdisciplinary integration of the biologic role of lipids and its metabolites. Throughout the program will be addressed fundamental concepts on the function and study of lipids and their metabolites, their biochemical and nutritional role, as well as their main functions as signaling molecules in inflammatory processes and their clinical implications. 

 

Organizers: 

 

Homero Rubbo, Andrés Trostchansky, Beatriz Sánchez, Lucía González, Irene Wood, Mauricio Mastrogiovanni.

CEINBIO, Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de la República.

 

Local teaching Staff

Dr. Matías Moller, Facultad de Ciencias, UdelaR

Dr. Rafael Radi, Facultad de Medicina, UdelaR

Lic. Jacqueline Lucas, Escuela de Nutrición, UdelaR.

 

Format: 

Online

 

Date:

Start: May 3, 2021

End: May 28, 2021

 

Time (local):

From 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

 

Students target

Given the issues proposed in this course, we will select students from Chemistry, Biology, Biochemistry, Medicine, Biotechnology and Nutrition postgraduate (master's degree or Ph.D.) or postdoctoral programs. We will request a student’s curriculum vitae, motivation letter and letter of recommendation from the current or past advisor. We will prioritize students who are currently working or with prospects to work in the near future on issues related to the contents of this course.

 

Invited Foreign Teachers

Bruce Freeman; Pharmacology and Biological Chemistry Dept., Medicine School, Pittsburgh University, Pennsylvania, US.

Lawrence Marnett; Chemical Biology Institute, Medicine School, University of Vanderbilt, Nashville, US.

Sayuri Miyamoto; Biochemistry Dept. - Chemistry Institute, Universidad de Sao Pablo, Brasil.

Gustavo Bonacci; Clinical Biochemistry Dept., Chemical Sciences School, Cordoba National University, Argentina.

Eduardo Fuentes; Clinical Biochemistry and Immunohematology Dept., Talca University, Chile.

 

 

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