Post-translational modifications (PTM) by members of the Ubiquitin (Ub) family represent an efficient way to regulate almost every biological process. Defects in this homeostatic equilibrium, result in pathologies such as cancer, neurodegeneration, inflammation or multiple infections. For this reason, this research area has become very attractive for fundamental scientists as well as for the pharmaceutical industry aiming to identify potential targets for therapeutic intervention.

Our one-day symposium will therefore focus on the potential developments with regards to the druggability of the ubiquitin system. Discussions will cover a wide range of topics, from genome instability and cancer to neurodegeneration, metabolic and infectious diseases.


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  • CEDOC - Chronic Diseases Research Center - is an established institute which aims at excellence in medical research on chronic diseases.

    The general objectives of CEDOC are to form an internationally-recognized Center of excellence in Biomedical, Translational and Clinical Research on chronic diseases; to stimulate collaborative research between groups within the CEDOC; to strengthen research quality and innovation and to promote multidisciplinary projects within and beyond the Center; to provide an exciting research environment for the training of Postdoctoral Fellows, PhD and Master funding at national and international levels; and to stimulate the organization of outreach activities at local and national levels.

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