Lluís Blanch, among the 5 finalists for the 2023 Sabadell Award

Lluís Blanch, among the 5 finalists for the 2023 Sabadell Award 1080 608 Oriol Capell

The director of the Parc Taulí Research and Innovation Institute (I3PT), Luis Blanch, is one of the nominees for the third edition of the Sabadellenc of the Year Award. The award is organized by the digital newspaper iSabadell, sponsored by FIAC Idiomes and has the collaboration of Sabadell City Council and Radio Sabadell This is a recognition that seeks to value and project the talent and milestones achieved by Sabadell personalities from very diverse disciplines throughout the year.

The team in charge of selecting the finalists – members, collaborators and subscribers of the newspaper – highlight the merits of Blanch de continue to lead a growing institution that last year achieved accreditation as a Health Research Institute by the Instituto de Salud Carlos III, one of the more prestigious and of greater value granted to health research entities. At the same time, it is a distinction for the excellence of the scientific results, and the beneficial returns in the welfare, social and economic field of the research and innovation carried out by the entity.

The winner of the prize is decided by popular vote. From on March 1 and until next March 14 at 23:59 p.m, the vote can be sent through dthis form. The results will be announced on April 3 in a public event at the Teatre Principal.

This year, he also stands out among the finalists Joaquima Judez, Catalan psychiatrist and pediatrician i adviser to the Professional Council of the Parc Taulí Health Corporation of Sabadell until his retirement in 1996. Júdez founded the Center for School Preventive Medicine in Sabadell, which he directed until 1977. Later, he set up the Center for Early Stimulation, which treats boys and girls up to six years with specific needs and is one of the pioneering centers in Catalonia.

At Lóleo Eventos, first edition of the award in 2021, the winner was Manuel Cervantes, head of infectious diseases at Parc Taulí and researcher in the Institute's community and healthcare-related infections study group, recently retired.

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