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  2. From left to right, researchers Miquel Casas, Marta Ribasés, Toni Ramos Quiroga, Cristina Sánchez and Bru Cormand

  3. Monday, 5 November 2018

    Understanding multimorbidity to improve prevention

    In a recent collaborative work, led by researchers from GCAT (Genomes for Life, IGTP), IDIBELL-ICO (ProCURE, Oncobell programs) and IDIAP Jordi Gol, the main diseases and associations that contribute significantly to the appearance of multimorbidity are identified. The study also points out inherited genetic factors that have an influence on the appearance of multimorbidity.

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  4. Monday, 22 October 2018

    Germans Trias present in the second edition of HEALTHIO

    Professionals from the Germans Trias i Pujol Hospital and Research Institute take part in HEALTHIO

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    IGTP Healthio

  5. Wednesday, 18 July 2018

    Early dinner reduces the risk of breast and prostate cancer, according to a study by ISGlobal Barcelona

    A study by the Institute of Global Health of Barcelona (ISGlobal) concludes that having dinner early, or at least two hours before going to sleep, reduces by 20% the probability of suffering from breast and prostate cancer compared to people who do it after ten o'clock at night and they go to bed immediately after the night meal.

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    Mamografías para detectar tumores de mama. / AP/TORIN HALSEY

  6. Friday, 8 June 2018

    Science2Society workshop

    The workshop 'Improving the transfer of technology in Europe' within the framework of Science2Society, a project aimed at improving the efficiency of the European innovation system by developing good practices on the transfer of technology, took place on June 8.
     

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    Science2Society workshop Improving technology transfer in Europe

  7. Thursday, 7 June 2018

    10th Research Day of the ICS and 11th IDIAP Jordi Gol Research Day

    On June 7, Cosmocaixa hosted the 10th Research Day of the Catalan Institute of Health and 11th Research Day at the Institute for Primary Care Research (IDIAP) Jordi Gol, whose central theme was the use of large clinical databases for research in the improvement of health.


     

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    10th Research Day of the ICS and 11th IDIAP Jordi Gol Research Day

  8. Thursday, 26 April 2018

    A new study links cancer with LED light exposure and screens at night

    This is an international study, led by the Global Health Institute of Barcelona (ISGlobal), which will continue this line of studies in collaboration with the GCAT project and its cohort.

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    LED light exposure and screens

  9. Thursday, 26 April 2018

    Completion of the recruitment phase

    This April 2018 we have completed the initial phase ending the recruitment campaign for the GCAT Project | Genomes for Life

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    BST staff

  10. Wednesday, 25 April 2018

    20,000 healthy people from across Catalonia participate in a macro research project to better understand the risk factors for the most common diseases

    The Genomes for Life Project (GCAT) has closed the first phase, in which it collected health information for 20,000 people from across the Catalan area, and is now starting the second phase.  This ambitious biomedical project, of scientific, medical and social relevance, studies the genetic and environmental factors that lead to the appearance of chronic diseases in the population.

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    GCAT