Straits Times interview with Carlos Ibanez on p75NTR findings

Singapore media highlights identification of small molecule targeting the transmembrane domain of death receptor p75NTR

The Saturday edition of the The Straits Times publishes today an interview with Carlos Ibanez highlighting the identification a small molecule targeting the transmembrane domain of death receptor p75NTR that induces melanoma cell death and reduces tumor growth (reported in our paper published in Cell Chemical Biology). Read the full article here. Also newspaper Lianhe Zaobao (Chinese Daily) carried a story (in Chinese) on the discovery.

Carlos Ibanez presents the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2017

Carlos Ibanez presents the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2017

Presentation Speech by Professor Carlos Ibáñez, Member of the Nobel Assembly at the Karolinska Institute, Member of the Nobel Committee for Physiology or Medicine, at the award ceremony of the Nobel Prize, 10 December 2017.

ALK7 obesity breakthrough featured in Science-Business eXchange

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Article in Science-Business eXchange (SciBX) features ALK7 breakthrough discovery from Carlos Ibanez lab. SciBX’s Chris Cain quizzes Carlos Ibanez on the latest findings from the team, with comments from Alan Saltiel (University of Michigan) and John Knopf (CEO, Acceleron Pharma Inc.).
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Singapore media highlights discovery of ALK7 link to fat deposition in obesity

The Sunday edition of the The Straits Times publishes today an interview with Carlos Ibanez highlighting the discovery of ALK7 link to fat deposition in obesity (reported in our paper published last week in eLife). Also newspapers MyPaper and Lianhe Zaobao carry stories (in Chinese) on the  ALK7 discovery.

Straits Times interview with Carlos Ibanez on ALK7 findings

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Article on the Sunday edition of The Straits Times highlights discovery of ALK7 link to fat deposition in obesity by Carlos Ibanez Lab. (Link to eLife paper HERE.) “Today we have a sedentary lifestyle and constant access to high caloric foods, but our bodies are the same humans had in the Stone Age. In those days, there wasn’t breakfast, lunch and dinner everyday”, says Carlos Ibanez.

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Interview with Carlos Ibanez in Lianhe Zaobao about new ALK7 findings

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Interview with Carlos Ibanez in Lianhe Zaobao on new discovery linking ALK7 to fat deposition in obesity. (Link to eLife paper HERE.) Article in Mandarin. 

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MyPaper highlights new findings linking ALK7 to fat accumulation in obesity

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Article reporting ALK7 findings in Mandarin newspaper MyPaperClick on thumbnail to display PDF. 

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