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About the CNIC
9 Feb 2024

The National Center for Cardiovascular Research Carlos III (CNIC) is excited to announce the upcoming edition of the CNIC Conferences

Catarina Tristão Pereira, Enrique Lara Pezzi, Raquel Toribio Fernández, Borja Ibáñez, Valentín Fuster, Sergio Callejas, Marta Cortés Canteli, Ana Dopazo, Pilar Martín, Inés García Lunar e Irene Fernández Nueda.
Research
23 Jan 2024

The most potent genetic risk factor for Alzheimer disease, APOE4, is associated with an elevated risk of developing subclinical atherosclerosis in middle age, whereas the Alzheimer-protective variant of the same gene, APOE2, protects against subclinical atherosclerosis

Edward Pearce
Research
21 Dec 2023

Johns Hopkins UniversityBloomberg School of Public HealthBaltimore

The image represent glucose uptake in the brain measured by positron emission tomography in middle-aged individuals with low (top) or high (bottom) sustained cardiovascular risk over 5 years. The colors represent cerebral glucose consumption, with red indicating higher consumption and blue lower consumption
Research
31 Aug 2023

A study published in The Lancet Healthy Longevity shows that brain metabolism, detected with advanced imaging techniques, declines more sharply in middle-aged people with a sustained high cardiovascular risk over 5 years

De izda. a dcha.: Gema González, Estefanía Núñez, Sergio Callejas, Juan Carlos Silla, Enrique Lara-Pezzi, Valentín Fuster, Fátima Sánchez Cabo, José Javier Fuster, Ana Dopazo, Borja Ibáñez, Marta Cortés, Alberto Benguría y Antonio Quesada.
Research
21 Jun 2023

A new CNIC study shows that low-grade systemic inflammation triggered by subcinical atherosclerosis accelerates epigenetic aging in otherwise healthy young individuals

Las células senescentes (mostradas por luminiscencia) aparecieron en el hombro de ratón después de la lesión
Research
19 Dec 2022

The finding provides a basis for mitigating the loss of muscle regenerative capacity in elderly people and for improving muscle repair in young healthy people

Los adolescentes que duermen menos de 8 horas tienen más probabilidades de tener sobrepeso u obesidad
Research
29 Aug 2022

Excess weight and metabolic syndrome are associated with cardiovascular disease, suggesting that health promotion programs in schools should teach good sleep habits

Participants who followed the TANSNIP-PESA program (orange line) showed an improvement in lifestyle measures and cardiovascular health compared with participants in the control group (who did not participate in the intervention; blue line). The Y-axis shows changes in the Fuster -BEWAT lifestyle and cardiovascular risk score with respect to the baseline value.
Research
26 Jul 2022

Adherence to a workplace cardiovascular health-promotion program improves lifestyle and risk factors in healthy individuals

Grupo de Andrés Hidalgo