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The BRAVꓱ project in the scientific publication of the European Society of Organ Transplantation

Ethics of Early Clinical Trials of Bio-Artificial Organs - The article is a summary of the international meeting "Ethics of Early Clinical Trials of Bio-Artificial Organs" held in February July 2022. Organ Transplantation, the official scientific journal of the European Society for Organ Transplantation, publishes in its latest issue a meeting report of the international workshop held online in February [...]

BRAVƎ participates in an international workshop on the ethical challenges of new regenerative medicine clinical trials

­­­­­­Ethics of the first clinical trials in regenerative medicine for transplantation The BRAVƎ project will participate in an international workshop on the challenges of new applications in bioengineering and regenerative medicine that are reaching the clinic. The BRAVƎ project will participate in an international workshop to discuss the challenges of new applications in bioengineering and regenerative medicine that are [...]

BRAVƎ Annual Meeting 2021

BRAVƎ partners will meet to share project progress and to specify the following objectives in the BioVAD creation The meeting will take place at the University of Navarra (Pamplona- Spain) November 2021. The BRAVƎ project is holding its Annual Meeting 2021 this Tuesday and Wednesday, November 23th and 24th. After a first year marked by the pandemia, this second call [...]

BRAVƎ participates in a leading-edge regenerative medicine symposium

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 [...]

Interview with Dr. Elena de Juan (BRAVƎ External Advisory Board member)

“BRAVƎ’s greatest challenge is to demonstrate the translational capacity of tissue engineering to clinical practice in the cardiac area” BRAVƎ External Advisory Board member Dr Elena de Juan shares her views on the project On February 5th BRAVƎ project celebrated its first External Advisory Board Meeting. It was an opportunity for the project leaders to share with a group [...]

A key to progress: “a well-integrated, collaborative and collegial consortium”

BRAVƎ held its first External Advisory Board Meeting where the experts noted the importance to keep the translation of the BIOVAD in mind and highlighted the successes achieved during the first year of the project, despite the pandemic February 2021. BRAVƎ project celebrated its first External Advisory Board Meeting where all work package leaders presented their work and progress [...]

The BRAVƎ project advances despite COVID-19

Pamplona (Spain), November 19th, 2020.The European consortium held its annual meeting to assess the difficulties and successes of this first year coinciding with the global pandemic. On November 19th and 20th, the BRAVƎ cardiac regeneration project held its first annual meeting organized by the Clínica Universidad de Navarra. The conference brought together representatives of the 14 European institutions that [...]

Discovery of cells that heal cardiac damage after infarction

An international study linked to the BRAV3 project showed the molecular mechanisms involved in the activation of these cardiac fibroblast in the presence of cardiac damage and the fundamental role of the CTHTC1 protein in the restorative process Pamplona (Spain), September 29th, 2020. An international study linked to the BRAVƎ project has identified the cardiac cells responsible for repairing the [...]

The BRAVꓱ project has started.

This cardiac regeneration research gathered the European consortium partners to establish the project foundations January 30th (Spain). The BRAVꓱ project started with its kick-off meeting held on January 27th-29th at the Clínica Universidad de Navarra's Madrid (Spain) headquarters. BRAVꓱ is an ambitious project whose objective is to design and create a biological device to support a sick heart. It aims to recover the [...]

Engineering a biological device to support a sick heart

Engineering a biological device to support a sick heart The BRAVƎ project, which is funded by the European Commission, combines cell therapy and bioengineering to design a biological device that recovers cardiac functionality in people with cardiovascular disease. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the world Spain, October 29th, 2019. BRAVƎ project is an international research initiative [...]

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