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First GI-Oncology & Endoscopy Workshop

Register now. Registrations are now open for the first Gastro-oncology Endoscopy Workshop (GOEW), which will be held at the Champalimaud Foundation on the 31 March & 01 April.

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  1. First GI-Oncology & Endoscopy Workshop


    5.1.2017
    Registrations are now open for the first Gastro-oncology Endoscopy Workshop (GOEW), which will be held at the Champalimaud Foundation on the 31 March & 01 April.
    Register now.
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  2. A year in review - Part 3 of 3


    29.12.2016
    Carlos Ribeiro and Inês Santiago close the series "A year in review" and tell us a little about what 2016 brought them (... and took) and what they expect from 2017.
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  3. A year in review - Part 2 of 3


    26.12.2016
    Today is Pedro Garcia da Silva (Manager of Teaching Lab) and Javier Morales (Radiation oncologist) turn to tell us about what 2016 has brought them and what are their expectations for the next year, in the second part of the series "A year in review".
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  4. A year in review - Part 1 of 3


    23.12.2016
    As 2016 comes to an end, we asked various members of the Champalimaud Team to tell us about their year, and their hopes for next year.
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  5. Ana Catarina Certal, from the Champalimaud Foundation, was elected member of the Zebrafish Husbandry Association Executive Board


    23.12.2016
    For the first time in the history of this association, created 10 years ago in the United States of America and with members in more than 15 countries, a non-American president was nominated and elected.
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  6. State of the art iQon CT Scanner from Philips arrives to CF


    19.12.2016
    The Champalimaud Centre continues to innovate on the front line of healthcare, welcoming this state of the art Philips iQon CT scanner today. Faster. Safer. More precise.
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  7. Inside CCU with Tânia Pascoal


    14.12.2016
    Meet Tânia Pascoal, Event Manager at the Champalimaud Foundation
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  8. Neurons that control judgement of time discovered in the mouse brain


    8.12.2016
    Time flows, time flies, time stands still. All these expressions show just how highly variable, depending on multiple factors, our perception of the passage of time can be. How is this subjective experience embodied in the human brain? Scientists in Portugal have begun to unravel this fundamental question.
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