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Pablo García Pavía and Luis Escobar
Research
12 Sep 2022

The findings, published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC), will enable physicians to make appropriate treatment adjustments for patients with this disease


Representative transmurality map from an 3D-upsampled model with a short axis view at high-magnification to illustrate the 3D methodology for transmural-based scar assessment from images obtained with conventional 2D delayed gadolinium-enhanced CMR
Research
28 Sep 2021

This innovative technology may provide an efficient approach in clinical practice after manual or automatic segmentation of myocardial borders in a small number of conventional 2D slices and automatic scar detection


Dr. Miguel Torres
About the CNIC
10 May 2021

Dr. Torres is a member of the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO). Dr. Miguel Torres’s scientific research focuses on the regulation of embryonic development and the formation and regeneration of organs.

Mapa de T1 obtenido con SACORA y valores promedios
About the CNIC
22 Mar 2021

The development of this 3D T1 mapping technique, called "SACORA", comes as part of the ongoing collaboration between CNIC and Philips

About the CNIC
10 Dec 2020

AngioUnrestUHD, will develop and apply new research tools and methods to advance knowledge about the biology of blood vessels in distinct physiological and pathological contexts

Research
13 Oct 2020

A new study, published in the journal Angewandte Chemie International Edition, describes a tool for modulating nanomotors powered by enzymes, broadening their potential biomedical and environmental applications


Research
6 Oct 2020

CNIC scientists have shown that vigorous physical exercise is linked to "noncompaction" of the heart, causing it to acquire a spongy appearance.

Experimental design of the study and summary of the results obtained
Research
21 Apr 2020

The study, published today in JACC, shows that activation of the complement system is one of the most characteristic molecular changes taking place in the early stages of the development of atherosclerotic plaques


Primera fila:  Irene Fernández-Nueda, Marta Cortés-Canteli, Valentín Fuster, Ana Marcos-Díaz y Borja Ibáñez. Detrás: Javier Sánchez-González, Carlos Cerón y Sergio Callejas.
Research
9 Oct 2019

Treatment of mice for 12 months with the anticoagulant drug dabigatran prevented memory loss and preserved cerebral circulation

About the CNIC
6 May 2019

Image: In the picture, individual endothelial cells have different fluorescent barcodes and mitogenic stimulations, allowing the non-invasive fate-mapping of their proliferative and migratory behaviours over time.