Click below for a 40 minute interview with Dr. Bayes-Genis about the latest findings of the research group (interview in Catalan).
Here, you will go back to 2011 where Dr. Bayes-Genis talked about the cardiac research.
We have participated in the SEC 2015 congress held in Bilbao last week with more than 10 communications.
Santiago Roura, from the ICREC group – Germans Trias i Pujol Institute, participated in the Roundtable on Innovation in Cell Therapy (Science in Practice I) with the talk Fibrin biomatrices for cell transplantation post-myocardial infarction in which he pointed out the developments on the current techniques in cell therapy, which have evolved from the ones based on the administration of suspensions of isolated cells to a more complex and efficient approach based on “managing the cells within matrixes”. Thanks to this method, once implanted on infarcted myocardium, “the cells survive longer and can make a greater therapeutic effect.”
See the piece of news from Diario Médico in the link below (in Spanish).
Dr. Bayes appears on TV3 News discussing a recent Korean study that says that moderate consumption of coffee helps prevent heart attack.
(after minute 33:30)