Four IGTP projects financed with 1.7 million euros by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation

- Projects

The Germans Trias i Pujol Research Institute (IGTP) has received funding to develop four projects as part of the "Public-Private Collaboration Projects" call by the State Research Agency of the Ministry of Science and Innovation, amounting to a total of €1,706,019.92.

"This funding from the Ministry represents a significant contribution to our institution's key projects, with each project marking a step forward in the medical field. The Ministry's support will enable us to enhance our impact in medical research and improve the quality of life for patients," explains Oscar Fraile, head of the IGTP's Project Unit.

Awarded Projects:

NexTOLL: A Phase IIb Clinical trial to evaluate the neuroprotective effect of ApTOLL in stroke patients

Lead Researcher: Maria Hernandez Pérez - €557,524.00

Area: Neurology

Coordinating Entity: APTATARGETS, S.L.

Hyperkalemia Monitoring in Chronic Renal Patients Undergoing Dialysis

Lead Researcher: Daniel Moreno Martínez - €268,315.00

Area: Innovation, Coordinating Entity: ONALABS INNO-HUB, SL

Translational Research on Myotonic Dystrophy for the Development of an Advanced RNA-Based Therapy

Lead Researcher: Gisela Nogales Gadea - €534,875.00

Area: Neuroscience

Coordinating Entity: ARTHEX BIOTECH, S.L

ARTIACAR - Retinal Analysis with Artificial Intelligence Technologies for the Prediction and Evaluation of Cardiovascular Diseases

Lead Researcher: Susana Marta Ruiz Bilbao - €345,305.92

Area: Ophthalmology