On March 24th, CABD celebrated its 15th anniversary! The program (above in Spanish) was filled with talks covering everyone that contributed to the success of this mixed center that includes: CSIC, UPO and JA! Dr Garcia Bellido was one of the guests of the event. He is a great developmental biologist that supported CABD since the begin!
James Castelli-Gair Hombria, the CABD director started the celebrations!
Victor Velasco from CSIC congratulates CABD for its success in these 15 years!
Vicente Guzman, UPO’s rector, remarks that UPO reinforces its commitment with CABD for the future!
Garcia Bellido, one of the early supporters of CABD, congratulates the persistence of the team that started this project.
Lola Martin-Bermudo talked about the established teams at the CABD and their shared scientific goals.
Alfonso Fernandez-Alvarez was responsible to represent the springboard and emergent groups at CABD.
CABD’s anniversary photo. In the first row: Acaimo Gonzalez-Reyes, Placido Navas (current CABD’s director), Victor Velasco (CSIC representant), Vicente Guzman (UPO’s rector), Garcia Bellido, James Castelli-Gair Hombria (previous CABD’s director), Jaime Carvajal (current CABD’s vice-director)
CABD’s gathering to celebrate its anniversary.
CABD’s technical staff, that ensures that science is done!
Fernando Casares and Jose Luis Gomez-Skarmeta, respectively, the directors of the Maria de Maeztu.
From left to the right: Fernando Casares, Juan Pablo Couso and Jose Luis Gomez-Skarmeta.
From the left to the right: Ana Fernandez Minan, Jaime Carvajal, Javier Lopez-Rios, Ines Canosa and Jose Maria Santos Pereira.
From the left to the right: Ana Fernandez Minan, Fernando Casares, Elisa de la Calle, Jose Luis Gomez-Skarmeta, Ana Neto and Peter Askjaer.
CSIC- Andalucia/Extremadura organized a celebratory video about the CABD: ’15 years, 15 challenges’. This short video gathers 15 people that work in this institute, including students, post doctoral fellows, PIs, technicians and administrative personal to represent CABD’s challenges for the near future. Here you can find it.