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In Topical Talks:

The academic basis of primary health careThe academic basis of primary health care
Prof. Trisha Greenhalgh – University of Oxford, UK

In Bioinformatics for Metabolomics:

Dr. Pietro Franceschi – Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy
Metabolomics data analysis in the context of metabolic networksMetabolomics data analysis in the context of metabolic networks
Dr. Fabien Jourdan – French Agronomic Research Institute, France

In Cancer Therapies in the Personalized Medicine Era:

Drug metabolizing enzymes in cancer therapeuticsDrug metabolizing enzymes in cancer therapeutics
Prof. Bhagwat Prasad – University of Washington, USA
Cancer treatment paradigmsCancer treatment paradigms
Prof. Sharon Marsh – University of Alberta, Canada

In Periodic Reports: Advances in Clinical Interventions and Research Platforms:

Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) neuromodulation for SchizophreniaDeep Brain Stimulation (DBS) neuromodulation for Schizophrenia
Prof. Judith Gault – University of Colorado, Denver, USA

In Adaptive Clinical Trial:

Prof. Mark Conaway – University of Virginia, USA

In The Blood-Brain Barrier:

The blood-brain barrier in multiple sclerosis: A target for treatment?The blood-brain barrier in multiple sclerosis: A target for treatment?
Dr. Elga de Vries – VU Medical Centre, Netherlands

In The Complement System:

Physiopathological implications of genetic variability in the complement alternative pathwayPhysiopathological implications of genetic variability in the complement alternative pathway
Prof. Santiago Rodríguez de Córdoba – Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas, Spain

In Stroke-Prevention:

Featured talks from previous releases:

The classical pathway of complementThe classical pathway of complement
Prof. Mohamed R. Daha – Leiden University Medical Center, Netherlands
Parkinson's at 200 years: an update on Parkinson's research in 2017Parkinson's at 200 years: an update on Parkinson's research in 2017
Prof. Patrick A. Lewis – University of Reading, UK

In Viruses and Viral Diseases:

The type I interferon system and virusesThe type I interferon system and viruses
Dr. Adolfo Garcia-Sastre – Mount Sinai School of Medicine, USA
Prevention of Varicella and Zoster by vaccination: Now you see it, now you don'tPrevention of Varicella and Zoster by vaccination: Now you see it, now you don't
Prof. Anne Gershon – Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, USA

In Gene-drives and Active Genetics:

In Genetics of Cardiovascular Disease:

Telomeres and cardiovascular diseaseTelomeres and cardiovascular disease
Dr. Jess Buxton – Kingston University London, UK

In The Risk of Bias in Randomized Clinical Trials:

An introduction to evidence-based medicineAn introduction to evidence-based medicine
Prof. Gordon Guyatt – McMaster University, Canada

In Periodic Reports: Advances in Clinical Interventions and Research Platforms:

Inorganic nanostructured interfaces for therapeutic deliveryInorganic nanostructured interfaces for therapeutic delivery
Prof. Tejal Desai – University of California, San Francisco, USA

In Autoimmunity:

Diagnostic methods in autoimmunityDiagnostic methods in autoimmunity
Mr. Steven Binder – Bio-Rad Laboratories, USA

In Adaptive Clinical Trial Design:

Phase II clinical trials — Bayesian methods
Prof. Fei Ye – Vanderbilt University Medical Center, USA

In Topical Talks:

In The Legacy of Drosophila Genetics:

Homeotic genes in Drosophila's bithorax complex - The legacy of Ed LewisHomeotic genes in Drosophila's bithorax complex — The legacy of Ed Lewis
Prof. Francois Karch – University of Geneva, Switzerland

In Bioinformatics for Metabolomics:

Metabolomics resourcesMetabolomics resources
Prof. David Wishart – University of Alberta, Canada

Featured talks from previous releases:

Designing proteins with life sustaining activities 1Designing proteins with life sustaining activities 1
Prof. Michael Hecht – Princeton University, USA
Perspectives on biological catalysisPerspectives on biological catalysis
Prof. Stephen Benkovic – The Pennsylvania State University, USA
Lifestyle and nutrition in stroke preventionLifestyle and nutrition in stroke prevention
Prof. J. David Spence – Western University, Canada
Omics approaches and large-scale data analysis in ageing research 1Omics approaches and large-scale data analysis in ageing research 1
Dr. João Pedro de Magalhães – University of Liverpool, UK
In Gene-drives and Active Genetics:
The dawn of active geneticsThe dawn of active genetics
Prof. Ethan Bier – University of California, San Diego, USA
Public response to a proposed field trial of genetically engineered mosquitoes in the United StatesPublic response to a proposed field trial of genetically engineered mosquitoes in the United States
Prof. Cinnamon Bloss – University of California, San Diego, USA
Population modification of malaria vector mosquitoesPopulation modification of malaria vector mosquitoes
Dr. Anthony A. James – University of California, Irvine, USA
Ecological considerations for gene drive systemsEcological considerations for gene drive systems
Prof. Gregory C. Lanzaro – University of California, Davis, USA
Guidance for responsible testing and implementation of gene-drive systemsGuidance for responsible testing and implementation of gene-drive systems
Prof. Stephanie James – Foundation for the National Institutes of Health, USA
Gene drive behavior when pest populations have age, mating and spatial structureGene drive behavior when pest populations have age, mating and spatial structure
Prof. Fred Gould – North Carolina State University, USA
Prof. Alun Lloyd – North Carolina State University, USA

In Periodic Reports: Advances in Clinical Interventions and Research Platforms:

An update on the multiple faces of celiac diseaseAn update on the multiple faces of celiac disease
Prof. Aaron Lerner – Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

In The Complement System:

Complement and organ transplantationComplement and organ transplantation
Prof. Steven Sacks – King's College London, UK

In Viruses and Viral Diseases:

Antiviral drugs (non-HIV)Antiviral drugs (non-HIV)
Prof. Megan Shaw – Mount Sinai, USA

In Molecular Chaperones:

The roles of molecular chaperones in bacterial infectionThe roles of molecular chaperones in bacterial infection
Prof. Tomoko Yamamoto – Chiba University, Japan

In Bioinformatics for Metabolomics:

Metabolomics flux on the genome scaleMetabolomics flux on the genome scale
Prof. Marta Cascante – University of Barcelona, Spain
Dr. Igor Marín de Mas – University of Barcelona, Spain

In Using Bioinformatics in the Exploration of Genetic Diversity:

The predominant clonal evolution (PCE) concept of microbial pathogens and its practical usefulnessThe predominant clonal evolution (PCE) concept of microbial pathogens and its practical usefulness
Dr. Michel Tibayrenc – Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement, France

In Mitochondria in Health and Disease:

Mitochondrial transporters and disease - function and mechanismMitochondrial transporters and disease — function and mechanism
Dr. Edmund R.S. Kunji – University of Cambridge, UK
Mitochondrial transporters and disease - structure and regulationMitochondrial transporters and disease — structure and regulation
Dr. Edmund R.S. Kunji – University of Cambridge, UK

In Periodic Reports: Advances in Clinical Interventions and Research Platforms:

Latest development in therapy-related autophagy researchLatest development in therapy-related autophagy research
Dr. Vignir Helgason – University of Glasgow, UK

In Bioinformatics for Metabolomics:

Metabolomics flux introductionMetabolomics flux introduction
Prof. Marta Cascante – University of Barcelona, Spain
Dr. Igor Marín de Mas – University of Barcelona, Spain

In The Blood-Brain Barrier:

Tanycytes allow a tight BBB in the median eminenceTanycytes allow a tight BBB in the median eminence
Prof. Esteban Rodriguez – Austral University, Chile
Dr. Juan Luis Blazquez – University of Salamanca, Spain
Dr. Montserrat Guerra – Austral University, Chile

In Drug Metabolizing Enzymes:

Amino acid conjugation: mechanism and enzymologyAmino acid conjugation: mechanism and enzymology
Dr. Kathleen Knights – Flinders University, Australia

In Topical Talks:

An approach to giant cell arteritis (GCA)An approach to giant cell arteritis (GCA)
Dr. Alison Clifford – University of Alberta, Canada
Subarachnoid hemorrhage - a Bayesian approach to a neurological black swanSubarachnoid hemorrhage — a Bayesian approach to a neurological black swan
Dr. John Bedolla – University of Texas Dell Medical School, USA

In From DNA to Proteins:

Elongation of protein synthesis: structural basis of the process of decodingElongation of protein synthesis: structural basis of the process of decoding
Prof. Marina Rodnina – Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Germany

This month we also launch a new series of short audio interviews with scientists and clinicians, discussing their views on current challenges and future directions in their fields. This month's release includes the following:

Current directions in the prevention and treatment of Alzheimer's diseaseCurrent directions in the prevention and treatment of Alzheimer's disease
Prof. John Hardy – Institute of Neurology, University College London, UK
Towards developing a universal influenza vaccineTowards developing a universal influenza vaccine
Prof. Peter Palese – Mount Sinai School of Medicine, USA
Rheumatic diseases and musculoskeletal painRheumatic diseases and musculoskeletal pain
Prof. Anisur Rahman – University College London, UK
Antiphospholipid syndrome and LupusAntiphospholipid syndrome and Lupus
Prof. Graham Hughes – London Lupus Centre, UK
Prescribing medications to children - a GP's viewPrescribing medications to children — a GP's view
Dr. Amanda Simmons – General practitioner, UK

In Mitochondria in Health and Disease:

Mitochondrial production of  reactive oxygen species 1Mitochondrial production of reactive oxygen species 1
Prof. Martin Brand – Buck Institute, USA
Mitochondrial production of reactive oxygen species 2Mitochondrial production of reactive oxygen species 2
Prof. Martin Brand – Buck Institute, USA
Mitochondria and ageing in model systemsMitochondria and ageing in model systems
Prof. Aleksandra Trifunovic – University of Cologne, Germany
Mitochondria and calcium signaling in cell life and cell deathMitochondria and calcium signaling in cell life and cell death
Prof. Michael R. Duchen – University College London, UK
Initiation and elongation of mammalian mitochondrial protein synthesisInitiation and elongation of mammalian mitochondrial protein synthesis
Dr. Linda L. Spremulli – University of North Carolina, USA

In Mitochondrial Biogenesis:

Mitophagy - the degradation of dysfunctional organellesMitophagy — the degradation of dysfunctional organelles
Dr. Anna Vainshtein – Craft Science Inc., Canada

In Microbiota:

Gut microbiota, chronic inflammation and metabolic syndromeGut microbiota, chronic inflammation and metabolic syndrome
Prof. Andrew Gewirtz – Georgia State University, USA

In Periodic Reports: Advances in Clinical Interventions and Research Platforms:

Recent advances in the field of non-coding RNAs in cancerRecent advances in the field of non-coding RNAs in cancer
Prof. George Calin – MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA
Dr. Maitri Shah – MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA

In Viruses and Viral Diseases:

Viruses as anticancer weaponsViruses as anticancer weapons
Prof. Roberto Cattaneo – Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, USA

In From DNA to Proteins:

Elongation of protein synthesis: structural basis of the process of decodingElongation of protein synthesis: structural basis of the process of decoding
Prof. Marina Rodnina – Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Germany

In Innate Immunity:

Antifungal innate immunity in C. elegansAntifungal innate immunity in C. elegans
Dr. Jonathan Ewbank – INSERM, France

In Protein Epidemiology:

Cytochrome b5 reductase deficiency and hereditary methemoglobinemiaCytochrome b5 reductase deficiency and hereditary methemoglobinemia
Dr. Scott Reading – University of Utah, USA