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An optical section from a ventral view of a mouse embryo at embryonic day E8.0. The section is overlain with a cast of the three-dimensional shape of the forming heart (red) and the incipient circulatory system (purple).
Research
17 May 2022

The 3D atlas has allowed the scientists to identify the beginning of left–right asymmetry in the heart

About the CNIC
8 Jun 2021

Dr Enríquez and Dr del Pozo Muñoz join their colleagues Dr Miguel Torres, Dr Pura Muñoz and Dr Francisco Sánchez Madrid,  bringing to five the number of CNIC members in EMBO

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.

Jacky Goetz
Research
28 Apr 2021

Dr. Jacky Goetz works on intravital imaging and biomechanical forces during the progression of tumors.

Research
4 Jun 2020

Published in Science Advances, the study shows that malfunctioning of this system leads to congenital deformities

Research
29 May 2020

The researcher Alejandro Sánchez Alvarado is one of the greatest experts in the study of the mechanisms involved, cellular and biological, in regeneration in the planaria model

Se muestra el corazón y tejidos anejos con la visualización de los vasos linfáticos y las células descendientes del segundo campo cardíaco en rojo.
Research
10 Jan 2020

The international team led by CNIC researchers Drs Miguel Torres and Ghislaine Lioux found that the cardiac lymphatic vasculature does not have a single origin, but is instead formed by cells originating in a variety of tissues

Research
31 Oct 2019

Dr. Miguel Torres, of the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares (CNIC), leads a new project that will receive €8 million in funding over 5 years, €1,380,000 of which will be directly managed at the CNIC

About the CNIC
12 Jun 2019

EMBO promotes excellence in scientific research, and one of its major goals is to support talented researchers at all stages of their careers

Research
16 Nov 2018

The study results, published in the journal Nature Communications, identify several proteins implicated in this disease