Proteomic Biomarkers for Occupational Second Hand Smoke Exposure


Seminário Doutoral III, no âmbito do Doutoramento em Biologia de Ciências ULisboa (Especialidade de Biologia Molecular), por Sofia Maria Sentieiro Neves.

  • Presidente: Pedro Ré
  • Arguente: Maria João Silva (INSA)
  • Orientadores: Deborah Penque / Deodália Dias

Transmissão via Zoom (ID reunião: 87406534701 / Pw: 307512)

Departamento de Biologia Animal | Ciências ULisboa

The course provides essential skills and knowledge that enable the participants to develop climate change adaptation strategies.

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The Symposium will gather the latest research on changes in marine connectivity under anthropogenic pressures.

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