The three finalists have been selected from around thirty projects from Catalan hospitals or healthcare innovation centres. The prize is worth 15,000 euros and has the collaboration of IDIBELL-XarSMART.
On November 27 and 28, the first edition of the RegenBell symposium on stem cells and regenerative medicine took place, organized by IDIBELL’s Regenerative Medicine Program (RegenBell). The event was attended by more than 165 people.
PAPILLOMATTACK: the card game to learn about the human papillomavirus enters into the L’Hospitalet classrooms
Based on gamification, the PAPILLOMATTACK science education project teaches what the human papillomavirus is, which diseases it causes and how it can be prevented with vaccination and screening programs
This improvement opens the door to more personalized therapeutic strategies and has been reflected in an article recently published in the journal Molecular Oncology.
Outstanding and award-winning participation of professionals from the Nursing Research Group in the international care research meeting
During the XVII International Care Research Meeting, held in Valladolid between November 15 and 17, nursing professionals from the Bellvitge University Hospital (HUB) and IDIBELL researchers presented a total of four communications. One of them, led by Jordi Adamuz, won the award for the best communication of the meeting, which was organized by the Health Care and Services Research Unit (INVESTÉN) of the Carlos III Health Institute (ISCIII).
This month, AIRC, IDIBELL, Eda 6 and Helmholtz Munich celebrate the end of the innovative Erasmus+ science outreach project STARS Game, where high school students, teachers and scientists from Italy, Spain, Slovenia and Germany conducted workshops and developed together an immersive digital escape room.
Last Friday, November 10, the eighth edition of the IDIBELL PhD Day was held at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at the UB Bellvitge Campus. This event, which takes place anually, is organized by the PhD Committee in collaboration with different IDIBELL units and aims to encourage the sharing of ideas and foster …
An international consortium, with the collaboration of Alberto Villanueva’s team at IDIBELL and the Catalan Institute of Oncology, and the Vall d’Hebron Hospital, has generated a collection of pediatric cancer models in mice based on the tumors in children that will allow the effectiveness of treatments to be tested before administering them to patients.