¡Gracias a todos los que nos habéis ayudado, de una forma o de otra, a llegar a 5000€ tan solo 10 días después de que iniciáramos nuestra campaña! Cada vez que habéis compartido el proyecto, cada vez que se lo habéis comentado a un amigo o familiar, cada eurito o cada eurazo donado… ¡Todo sigue sumando en nuestra causa!
Y, como os veníamos contando en nuestras redes sociales, hemos preparado un divertido vídeo para daros las gracias y animaros a seguir ayudándonos 🙂 #JuntosSomosMásFuertes
Thanks to all of you that have helped us, one way or another, to reach 5000€ only 10 days after we started our campaign! Every time you shared the project, every time you talked about it to your friends or family, every little or big euro you donated… All of it keeps adding up to our cause!
And, as we had been telling you in our social networks, we have prepared a funny video to say thank you and encourage you to keep helping us 🙂 #StrongerTogether
¡Hemos conseguido la mitad de nuestro primer objetivo! Nos sentimos muy agradecidas con la respuesta que hemos recibido en los primeros 4 días de campaña. Y es que ya hemos superado los 3000€, de hecho, ¡estamos a muy poquito de alcanzar los 4000€! ¡QUE EL RITMO NO PARE!
Clica aquí para seguir apoyando nuestra campaña y no te olvides de compartir para que llegue a más personas 🙂 ¡Tú eres nuestra fuerza!
¡Ah, casi se nos olvida! Ahora puedes seguirnos en Instagram también @PSanchoLab_CSC y no te olvides de nuestro Twitter @Psancholab.
We have reached half of our first goal! We feel very grateful for the feedback we have received in the first 4 days of the campaign. We have already surpassed 3000€, and in fact, we are so close to achieve 4000€! LET THE RHYTHM GO ON!
We have created a crowdfunding campaing through the Spanish platform PRECIPITA. Our goal is to get funds to support our PhD student Bea Parejo, whose contract finishes by the end of september. This means 25% of the lab!!
Our reasearch aims to understand the role of fat for pancreatic cancer aggressiveness. We have observed that the cells with high capacity of forming new tumors in the pancreas or in other organs, can acumulate and metabolize fatty acids. This makes them completely independent from the environment, since they can use their own fat stores if there are not enough nutrients around!
We aim to understand this process and find new therapies to starve these aggressive cells to death: we can either block fatty acids import from the environment or we can let them store the fat but block its metabolism. This leads to the creation of fatty cells, which cannot move and eventually die!
Hi everyone! These last months have been challeging for many of us. We´ve been so overwhelmed that we never even updated our web! This post aims to be a quick compilation of main changes happening in the lab.
I´ll little by little update this post with the following topics:
-We had the chance to spend several weeks with our visiting researcher Pilar Acedo 🙂
-Almost at the same time we said goodbye to Lorena and Jose 😦 . We will miss you soooo sooo much.
-We had in the lab (remotely most of the time) two wonderful Msc students: Alicia and Pilar, who has joined us as a technician replacing Jose.
-We worked from home since March 16th to May 11th… and coming back felt soooooo good!! even with the masks!!
Our group is commited to keep a healthy work environment and strenghen our team spirit. For that reason, we decided to go and kill some zombies at a virtual reality game!! We had loads of fun and learn a bit more about ourselves working together under a lot of pressure!! An experience to repeat soon!!
On February 4th we celebrate World Cancer Day to raise awareness, improve education and take action. We all have a role to play in reducing the global impact of cancer!
This year’s theme is ‘I Am and I Will’, a campaing to impulse our commitment to act. We have decided to join this movement from the lab by creating a poster and a video, that we hope you enjoy! You can find the video below. Check it out!
The new academic year starts and the lab is full of people!! (well, at least it feels full for Bea and I… 😉 )From left to right: Bea (you know her already 🙂 ); Jose , our new technician; Sarah, our postdoc, and Lorena, our visiting PhD student from Prof. Giuseppe Gasparre´s group in Bologne.