Ciclo de palestras em comemoração aos 75 anos do IBCCF - "A deep understanding of cell biology is needed to efficiently control diseases"
Nesta quarta, 19/08 às 12:00, teremos o início da série de palestras organizadas pelo Programa de Biologia Celular e Parasitologia com a conferência do Prof. Bruce Alberts, "A deep understanding of cell biology is needed to efficiently control diseases". A conferência faz parte do Ciclo de Palestras em comemoração aos 75 anos do IBCCF e do I Symposium on Cell Biology, Microscopy, & Parasitology.
A Conferência do Prof. Alberts será transmitida pelo canal do IBCCF no YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/ibccfufrj/live).
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Bruce Michael Alberts (born April 14, 1938 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American biochemist and the Chancellor’s Leadership Chair in Biochemistry and Biophysics for Science and Education at the University of California, San Francisco. He has done important work studying the protein complexes which enable chromosome replication when living cells divide. He is known as an original author of the "canonical, influential, and best-selling scientific textbook" Molecular Biology of the Cell, and as Editor-in-Chief of Science magazine.
Alberts was the president of the National Academy of Sciences from 1993 to 2005. He is known for his work in forming science public policy, and has served as United States Science Envoy to Pakistan and Indonesia. He has stated that "Science education should be about learning to think and solve problems like a scientist—insisting, for all citizens, that statements be evaluated using evidence and logic the way scientists evaluate statements."