CNIC Pulse Magazine

Dr. Valerie M. Weaver, Director of the Center of Bioengineering and Tissue Regeneration at the Surgical Department of the University of California in San Francisco (USA).
15 Mar 2017

Dr. Weaver participated in the Sixth Edition of the CNIC Conference, a scientific event organized by CNIC researchers Jorge Alegre-Cebollada, Nadia Mercader, Maria Montoya, and Miguel Á. Del Pozo and Martin Schwartz from the University of Yale (USA) titled ‘Mechanical forces in physiology and disease’

15 Sep 2015

The sustained presence in the nucleus of the protein Rac1 produces changes in nuclear morphology that are important in several biological processes, including malignant cancer.

15 Sep 2015

The importance of their work is undeniable, but we seldom hear about them.

15 Sep 2015

A subtype of the body’s main defensive agents—the white blood cells, or leukocytes—actively scan flowing blood for activated platelets,a process that can lead to many types of cardiovascular accident, including common events such as stroke

15 Sep 2015

Mount Sinai Heart is one of the best cardiology centers in the world; indeed the institute’s website proudly declares its position as 10th ranking cardiology center in the USA.

15 Sep 2015

Osteoporosis is a disease that affects all bones of the skeleton and is caused by a loss of bone resistance.

15 Sep 2015

Julio César García Rubio and Eliú David Pérez Nogales first met at the CNIC back in 2007 and ran into each other again at the same center in 2015.

15 Sep 2015

Scientific Director of the Penn Institute for Regenerative Medicine - “We are still a several years away from making cell replacement therapy a reality” - Edward Morrisey

15 Sep 2015

Mobile technology is joining the fight to improve cardiovascular health.

15 Sep 2015

Mujeres por el corazón campaign last October.