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New cycle 'Science in feminine. Women and research in the Parc Taulí '. Today, with Dr. Assume Box.
New cycle 'Science in feminine. Women and research in the Parc Taulí '. Today, with Dr. Assume Box. 1080 608 Communication Parc Taulí

To coincide with the 'International Day of Women and Girls in Science', which takes place on February 11, in the Parc Taulí we start the cycle 'Science in feminine. Women and research in the Parc Taulí ', with the aim of making visible the contribution that our researchers make, and also in order to stimulate possible scientific vocations by the youngest girls.

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Women and science in Parc Taulí. By Glòria Palomar and Pilar Medel.
Women and science in Parc Taulí. By Glòria Palomar and Pilar Medel. 1024 683 Gloria Palomar Frias

For years, articles and reports on the situation of women in science have been published, with a sudden increase in university graduates with respect to the lowest levels of management and responsibility in research institutions and innovation. Thus, already in 2007, the article “Biomedical science has a human name” was published based on the analysis of data from three major biomedical research centers in…

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The effectiveness of Tricine as an adjuvant of cisplatin in the treatment of cutaneous squamous carcinoma is demonstrated using Synchrotron technology
The effectiveness of Tricine as an adjuvant of cisplatin in the treatment of cutaneous squamous carcinoma is demonstrated using Synchrotron technology 1080 810 Hope Mancebo

Dr. Silvia Gil, active member of the cancer research group of I3PT Parc Tauli, has performed in collaboration with researchers at the ALBA Synchrotron Facility a study titled “Multiparametric analysis of the cisplatin effectiveness on cutaneous squamous carcinoma cells by using two different types of adjuvants”.

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A new method to detect patient-ventilator interactions in critically ill patients receiving mechanical ventilation
A new method to detect patient-ventilator interactions in critically ill patients receiving mechanical ventilation 1024 768 Hope Mancebo

In order to study the interactions between critically ill patients receiving invasive mechanical ventilation and the machine, CIBER Researchers from the Critical Care Unit of Parc Tauli in collaboration with researchers from the Althaia Foundation, IRBLleida and BetterCare developed a new non-invasive approach based on non -linear methods in order to better characterize those in a group of patients who were clinically ready to be liberated from the ventilator and in a group of patients who remove…

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