High Density Lipoprotein Structure

High density lipoproteins (HDLs) are complex molecular structures formed by a large and diverse set of proteins and lipids carrying out cholesterol transport and performing antioxidant and anti-inflammatory functions.

The HIDELIS project (short for HIgh DEnsity LIpoprotein Structure) explores the molecular basis for HDL functionality and by extension, aims to explain why some activities are lost under pathological conditions.

I am presenting at the 2nd Networking Bioinformatics seminar organized by MyScientific. We will chat about Computational Chemistry techniques and their current use in Biomedical Research, and I will outline the most recent advances in the HIDELIS project.

Register here to join the event: https://www.linkedin.com/events/6756889842006720512/

The P2Med-IMIBIC fellows will be participating at the ENABLE 2021 Conference, in the satellite event "targeting translational biomedicine through interdisciplinary science". I will give a short talk in the career development section, followed by a round table where we will discuss further about working in Academia.

Find more info here: https://enablenetwork.eu/2021-satellite-events/