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Biotehnologii Celulare si Moleculare cu Aplicatii in Medicina

Biotehnologii Celulare si Moleculare cu Aplicatii in Medicina 2010-2013
Acronym: Programul Postdoctoral
Project director: Stefana-Maria Petrescu

Programul Postdoctoral "Biotehnologii Celulare si Moleculare cu Aplicatii in Medicina", se adreseaza tinerilor cu diploma de doctor in biologie, chimie, fizica, medicina si informatica - interesati de burse de cercetare Post Doctorala la standarde europene.

Programul Postdoctoral "Biotehnologii Celulare si Moleculare cu Aplicatii in Medicina", se adreseaza tinerilor cu diploma de doctor in biologie, chimie, fizica, medicina si informatica - interesati de burse de cercetare Post Doctorala la standarde europene, pe urmatoarele directii:

  • Genomica, Proteomica, Metabolomica si Bioinformatica;
  • Biologia Moleculara a Celulei;
  • Terapii celulare;
  • Biomateriale, nanostructuri, farmacofori.

Programele de cercetare si studii se desfasoara in cadrul laboratoarelor unui Consortiu format din: Institutul de Biochimie al Academiei Romane (IBAR); Departamentul de Chimie si Biochimie al Universitatii de Stiinte Agricole si Medicina Veterinara Cluj (USAMV-C); Institutul Clinic de Boli Digestive si Transplant Hepatic Fundeni (ICBDTH); Laboratorul de Interactii Laser Suprafata-Plasma al Institutului National pentru Fizica Laserilor (INFLPR); Universitatea de Medicina si Farmacie "Victor Babes" din Timisoara (UMF-VBT); si Faculatatea de Chimie a Universitatii Bucuresti (UB).

Stefana-Maria Petrescu, Dr.
Stefana-Maria Petrescu, Dr.

Director of Institute, Head of Department

Dr. Petrescu graduated from the Department of Biochemistry, University of Bucharest and obtained a PhD in Biology from the Romanian Academy. She was a DAAD fellow and FEBS fellowship recipient at University of Wurzburg, Germany, during 1990. She followed postdoctoral studies in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Oxford, UK. She obtained three consecutive Wellcome Trust Grants in collaboration with the University of Oxford from 1995- 2004. She investigated the glycobiology of tyrosinase from melanoma cells contributing to the fundamental mechanisms of calnexin associated folding and quality control of glycoproteins. She proposed tyros More...