• Cima Universidad de Navarra and Clínica Universidad de Navarra organize a medical symposium on the challenges and latest bioengineering and technological advances applied to healthcare

November 2021. On November 18th, the BRAVE project will participate in the medical symposium “Leading-edge Regenerative Medicine,” an international event aimed at researchers, students, and professionals in the biomedical and technological sector applied to health.

Cima and the Clínica Universidad de Navarra have organized this meeting. It will count on the participation of experts in bioengineering, computational modeling for the manufacture of cardiac tissue in the laboratory, advanced therapies with stem cells for the treatment of myocardial infarction, and technological healthcare solutions.

At this meeting, our partner Dr. Manuel Mazo, researcher at Cima y Clínica, will give one of the presentations focused on the potential of bioengineering for the manufacture of human myocardium in the laboratory. Thus, with this presentation, the symposium will be an opportunity to update the progress of the BRAVE project and position it as a clear example of how cardiac regenerative medicine is advancing in the development of solutions for patients and innovating in technologies for application in the healthcare industry.

Finally, the symposium will include an open classroom for the general public with a talk entitled “The organs of the future.” In this talk, Dr. Mazo will explain the processes and techniques for the generation of bioartificial organs.

More information and registration in this link (sessions will be mainly in Spanish)