Science, innovation and commitment

Mutation in DOCK11 gene explains rare disorder in immune system regulation

Researchers from the Institut de Recerca Sant Joan de Déu - SJD Barcelona Children's Hospital participate in an international study, published in the prestigious scientific journal New England Journal of Medicine, which describes for the first time a new disease of the immune system caused by a mutation of the DOCK11 gene.

SJD Barcelona Children’s Hospital and IRSJD coordinate a European project to improve pediatric palliative care

SJD Barcelona Children's Hospital will lead a consortium consisting of 17 partners from 10 European countries, named Palliakid. The inaugural consortium meeting is scheduled to take place today in Barcelona.

An ultrasound test at the end of pregnancy detects at-risk babies and prevents severe complications

A multicenter study, published in The Lancet and involving the Institut de Recerca Sant Joan de Déu, has shown that adding a Doppler study of fetal circulation in the last ultrasound can reduce by half the complications requiring admission to the neonatal intensive care unit (ICU) for full-term babies.

Carmen Muñoz-Almagro has been honored by the Barcelona Medical Association for her career in biomedical research

Dr. Carmen Muñoz-Almagro, a researcher from the Institut de Recerca Sant Joan de Déu, has been honored with one of the Professional Excellence Awards, which are annually bestowed by the Barcelona Medical Association.

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i4KIDS | Training Capsule: From research to innovation in paediatrics

Discover the experience of our speakers and how they combine research with entrepreneurship in paediatrics, with Alfonso de Oyarzábal, PhD, and Bàrbara Baro, PhD.

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Manel González-Piñero

Headof Innovation at CREB UPC and XarTEC SALUT

"Our main objectives are to develop a technologies map of the members of XarTEC SALUT and to find the most effective ways to support them."

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