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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.

Manuel José Gómez, Ester Marina-Zárate, Almudena Ramiro, Ana Dopazo, Irene Fernández-Delgado, Francisco Sánchez-Madrid y Diego Calzada-Fraile
Research
3 Feb 2021

Researchers at the CNIC have discovered that dendritic cells, which initiate specific immune responses, can reprogram their genes to improve their immune response


Research
3 Dec 2020

A new study published in  Science Advances identifies the role of the cytosolic chaperone protein CCT in the reorganization of the cytoskeleton during the formation of an immune synapse


Research
16 Oct 2020

Researchers of IDIBAPS, the University of Barcelona and CNIC describes a new mechanism of innate immunity by which cells fight viruses and bacteria.


Research
30 Jul 2020

CNIC study shows that selection between mitochondrial genomes depends on how each type of mitochondria affects cell metabolism

Research
25 Jun 2020

The regulatory protein SCAF1 enables mitochondria to adapt to the available nutrient source of sugars, fats, or proteins


Research
4 Jun 2020

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

From left to right: Marta Román, Fernando Domínguez, Laura Padrón-Barthe, Pablo Garcia-Pavia, Giovanna Giovinazzo, Enrique Lara-Pezzi, Demetrio J. Santiago, Javier Larrasa-Alonso
Research
5 Sep 2019

Scientists at the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares (CNIC) and Puerta de Hierro hospital in Majadahonda have found a possible treatment for this disease

From left to right: David Sancho, Carlos del Fresno, Paula Saz, and Sarai Martínez Cano.
Research
19 Oct 2018

CNIC researchers have discovered a new inflammatory control mechanism that paves the way to controlling injury generated during the immune response