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

30 May 2023

The first Granés Foundation and IDIBGI Grant has reached its halfway point and for this reason a follow-up meeting of the project has been held. The aim of the research, which began two years ago, is to find the causes that generate the physical and cognitive disability caused by multiple sclerosis. This would make it possible to improve treatments and the quality of life of patients affected by this disease.

The recipient of the first Granés Foundation and IDIBGI Grant is the researcher Albert Miguela, who thanks to the grant was able to join the research group in Neurodegeneration and Neuroinflammation of IDIBGI, led by Dr. Lluís Ramió y Torrentà, head of Neurology at the Trueta Hospital in Girona and Santa Caterina Hospital Park Martí i Julià in Salt.

At the follow-up meeting the researcher Albert Miguela presented the work done during these two years of work. The research is having promising results, which will be presented at the end of the research period.

The grants are an initiative between Granés Foundation and the Institute of Biomedical Research of Girona and are intended to hire young researchers who join the research groups of IDIBGI to promote research in the field of disability.


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