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CMCiB renews its certificate of compliance with Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) for the preclinical validation of medical devices

CMCiB-IGTP has renewed its certificate of compliance with Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) in accordance with Directive 2004/9/EC.

The international consortium INNOVA4TB wraps up five years of cutting-edge tuberculosis research

On 21 March, the final meeting of INNOVA4TB, a consortium led by IGTP with researchers from around the world, took place. Participants presented the results of the different work packages and evaluated the work done since 2019. IGTP will continue to be involved in other networks such as ADVANCE-TB and SMA-TB.

The podcast 'Un bri de ciència' addresses neuromuscular diseases on World Rare Disease Day

Coinciding with World Rare Disease Day, IGTP launches a new episode of its podcast 'Un bri de ciència'. Researcher Gisela Nogales discusses her projects on neuromuscular diseases and emphasises her commitment to supporting patients and providing solutions.

Thirteen researchers from IGTP bring science closer to students in the 6th edition of #100tífiques

On 7 February, "#100tífiques" returned for its sixth edition, a macro-event that has become a benchmark for advocacy within the Catalan female research community and schools. Expanding on last year's participant numbers, thirteen scientists from IGTP took part in this event.

Can Ruti addresses current advances and challenges in female leadership in science

For the sixth consecutive year and in honour of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, the Can Ruti Working Group Women for Equity in Science (formerly known as Women in Science) organised a symposium to reflect on the status of women in science. The event was held yesterday, 8 February, at the Germans Trias i Pujol Research Institute (IGTP) and was attended by over a hundred people in person and online. It focused on "Women and Leadership in Science".

The European Union launches the THRIVE project to improve the prognosis of children and adults with liver cancer

The European Union's project THRIVE held its kick-off meeting on 12 January 2024 in Barcelona. The project is coordinated by Josep M. Llovet (IDIBAPS). IGTP collaborates as a partner through c-LOG, led by Carolina Armengol.