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Tuesday May 24th, 2016

Diagnosis through the retina can predict the evolution of patients with Multiple Sclerosis

A study led by IDIBAPS researchers has shown the usefulness of optical coherence tomography (OCT), a diagnostic imaging technique widely used in ophthalmology, for monitoring patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). The analysis of the retina with this technique can determine the risk of clinical worsening of those patients. Dr. Pablo Villoslada, head of the IDIBAPS Pathogenesis and new treatments in Multiple Sclerosis, and Dr. Elena H. Martinez-Lapiscina, researcher of the same group and head of the Visual Pathway Lab, coordinate this article published in The Lancet Neurology. Researchers from centers in Spain, Italy, France, Germany, Czech Republic, Holland, Canada and the United States have been involved in this study.

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Wednesday July 29th, 2015

Eduard Vieta, honorary doctorate from the University of Valencia

Dr. Eduard Vieta, head of the Psychiatry and Psychology department at Hospital Clínic and head of the IDIBAPS research group Biological bases of psychiatric disorders and nuclear psychiatry, will receive an honorary doctorate from the University of Valencia (UV) as recently approved by the Governing Council of the university. Together with Dr. Vieta, Amelia Valcárcel, Paul Preston, Josep Fontana, Saskia Sassen, Josep Massot, Dale W. Jorgenson and Adriano Piattelli, will also be invested.

Dr. Vieta is also Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Barcelona and Director of the Bipolar Research Program of the Networked Biomedical Research Center on Mental Diseases (CIBERSAM). He has co-edited, together with Dr. Francesc Colom, the “Psychoeducation manual for bipolar disorder”, which was published in Chinese in 2014.

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Monday December 05th, 2011

Tres especialistes del Clínic reben el premi 2011 del COMB a l’Excel·lència Professional

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