Research

The 36 Research Groups at IRBLleida cover all the main aspects of biomedical research, and are arranged in five different Research Areas. All the Research Areas cover aspects ranging from basic to clinical research and have a clear translational component.

Cancer

Cancer

Area: Cancer

Area coordinator: Dr. Eloi Garí Marsol

The cancer area includes research staff trained in different specialties of Medicine and Biology. The common goal is oncology research integrating basic (model organisms), translational, and clinical research (trials).

Chronic diseases, Surgery and Health Care

Chronic diseases, Surgery and Health Care

Area: Chronic diseases, Surgery and Health Care

Area coordinator: Dr. José Manuel Valdivielso Revilla

The area contains 6 groups dedicated to determining the pathophysiological mechanisms of vascular, renal, metabolic and pulmonary diseases. In addition, research is being conducted on new surgical methods and strategies to promote healthy aging.

 

Epidemiology, Infectious Diseases and Public Health

Epidemiology, Infectious Diseases and Public Health

Area: Epidemiology, Infectious Diseases and Public Health

Area coordinator: Dr. Oriol Yuguero Torres

In this area we want to respond to epidemiological challenges with clinical and basic researchers. We combine our research to see the impact on public health and the environment around us of all the pathologies we attend in our care centers.

Neurosciences

Neurosciences

Area: Neurosciences

Area coordinator: Dra. Rosa Maria Soler Tatché

Neuroscience is a multidisciplinary area that studies the nervous system in its structure, function, development and pathology. IRBLleida groups investigate neurological and psychiatric diseases addressing molecular, cellular and clinical aspects.

Nutrition, Metabolism and Oxidative Stress

Nutrition, Metabolism and Oxidative Stress

Area: Nutrition, Metabolism and Oxidative Stress

Area coordinator: Dr. Joaquim Ros Salvador

We study the ageing process, myocardial differentiation, neurodegenerative diseases and cell signalling in relation to oxidative stress in various cellular, animal and human models, using experimental and theoretical methods.

Other lines

Other lines

Other lines of research at IRBLleida.