The Science and Art Festival in the Institute of Pharmacology
Each year the Institute of Pharmacology actively participates in the Krakow Festival of Science and Art. For this year’s edition IF PAN researchers and PhD students
prepared an attractive program. A series of
lectures presented substantial scientific ideas related to neurobiology
and pharmacology in an easily
accessible language. The participants were also invited to the institute
laboratories. The Science Festival in the IF PAN has been
coordinated by dr hab. Agnieszka Wąsik.
The Małopolska Days of Cultural Heritage
During these days you'll have a chance to visit important sites of the Malopolska region, often those which are not normally accessible to the public. Last weekend there was an opportunity to visit the residence of the Rutkowski family in Bronowice, at present the headquarters of the Department of Phytochemistry of the Institute of Pharmacology.
Interview with Professor Robert J. Lefkowitz
On Monday, May 7 Professor Robert J. Lefkowitz from the Duke University Medical Center (USA) visited the Institute of Pharmacology. In 2012 Professors Robert J. Lefkowitz and Brian Kobilka were awarded jointly the Nobel Prize in chemistry for studies of G-protein-coupled receptors. Professor Lefkowitz accepted an invitation to deliver a lecture entitled "SEVEN TRANSMEMBRANE RECEPTORS".
Registration for the 3rd Central European Biomedical Congress has started
We are pleased to announce that registration for the 3rd Central European Biomedical Congress is now open. The Congress entitled "News on biomarker discovery and research innovations in medicine and biomedical sciences" will be held in Kraków, September 15-18 2018. The conference is organized by the Institute of Pharmacology Polish Academy of Sciences in Kraków, the Jagiellonian University Medical College, Faculty of Medicine with cooperation with Polish Pharmacological Society and Polish Society of Toxicology.
2018 START stipends awarded
For the 26th year, the Foundation for Polish Science (FNP) has
awarded the START stipends to the most talented young scientists from
all over Poland. Two from the laureates come from the Institute of Pharmacology: Anna Piotrowska-Murzyn and Agnieszka Wnuk.