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Researcher Sofía España receives a €140,000 grant from the Spanish Association Against Cancer

Dr Sofía España, a researcher from the Cancer Mechanisms and Pathways Group at IGTP and the Badalona Applied Research Group in Oncology (B·ARGO) IGTP-Institut Català d'Oncologia (ICO), has been awarded one of the prestigious Clínico Junior Grants by the Spanish Association Against Cancer. This grant will enable her to balance her clinical duties with research, focusing on the development of a minimally invasive diagnostic tool to classify different types of colorectal cancer, advancing towards precision medicine.

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DATOS-CAT Project: Integration and Analysis of Biomedical Databases

The collaborative action DATOS-CAT aims to enhance the visibility and scientific impact of population-based cohorts created in Catalonia. Additionally, it seeks to enrich the procedures used in these cohorts, promoting their applicability in other similar contexts. To achieve this, it focuses on improving data interoperability, thereby facilitating their exploitation and use in scientific research.

Innomed programme kicks off

The Innomed programme has been launched with the ambition of transforming the landscape of health innovation at the Can Ruti Campus, creating synergies between the public and private sectors. With a structured approach around three key axes - nurturing the culture of innovation, fostering project incubation, and facilitating cross-sector collaboration - Innomed aims to turn knowledge into action to achieve tangible impact on the healthcare community.