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Follow-up Meeting Of The First Granés Fundació And IDIBGI Grant

Follow-up meeting of the first Granés Fundació and IDIBGI Grant

With the first Granés Fundació and IDIBGI Grant reaching its mid-point, a project follow-up meeting has been scheduled. The goal of this research project, started two years ago, was to determine the causes of the physical and cognitive disability associated with multiple sclerosis. Finding these causes would enable improvements to be made to the treatment and quality of life of patients with this disease.

The first Granés Fundació and IDIBGI Grant was awarded to the researcher Albert Miguela, enabling him to join the IDIBGI’s research group on Neurodegeneration and Neuroinflammation, led by Dr. Lluís Ramió i Torrentà, head of Neurology at the Hospital Trueta in Girona and the Hospital Santa Caterina at the Parc Hospitalari Martí i Julià in Salt.

At the meeting, Albert Miguela has presented the work done during these two years. The research is achieving promising results, which will be presented at the end of the research period.

The grants are an initiative between Granés Fundació and the Girona Biomedical Research Institute (IDIBGI) and their purpose is to recruit young researchers who will join the IDIBGI’s research groups to foster research in the field of disability.


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