Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine

2018 Activity indicators

  • 2 public projects: ISCIII, CAM.
  • 3 private projects
  • 2 competitive HR contracts
  • 12 publications
  • IF: 36.82
  • Publications in D1: 1 (8%)
  • Publications in Q1: 2 (58%)
  • 1 award for excellence in doctoral thesis supervision. Dr. Buján
  • Evaluators of ANECA, ASUCYL, CAM and Fundación Progreso Salud: 1 PI
  • Member of the editorial committee of the journal Histology and Histopathology: 1 PI
  • 2 months' stay at other centres:
    • Graduated School of Health Policy and Public Health. New York (USA)
  • 1 visitor received and 1 month's stay
    • Université Clermont Auvergne (France

Milestones

  1. Development and study of experimental tissue repair and regeneration models: Art.83 (PRAXIS PHARMACEUTICAL) and Publication (García-Honduvilla et al. Immuno-modulatory effect of local rhEGF treatment during tissue repair in diabetic ulcers. Endocr Connect).
  2. Line of venous insufficiency as clinical marker of placental damage: Project FIS (PI18/00912) and Publication (García-Honduvilla et al. Placentas from women with pregnancy-associated venous insufficiency show villi damage with evidence of hypoxic cellular stress. Hum Pathol).
  3. Line of study of venous vascular disease: Thesis  and Publication (Ortega et al. Implication of    the PI3K/Akt/mTOR Pathway in the Process of Incompetent Valves in Patients with Chronic Venous Insufficiency and the Relationship with Aging. Oxid Med Cell Longev).
  4. Line of Bone-Infection repair: Project SECOT (Evaluation of cements modified with antibiotic-doped PLGA nanoparticles in bone infection models) and Study of the osteoinductive capacity of trabecular metal (TANTALIO).
  5. Tissue Engineering Techniques and Biomaterials in the development of tissue substitutes: Repair of  maxillofacial defects (from experimental clinical studies: MUTUA MADRILEÑA PRIZE (Clinical study in which we compare mandibular reconstruction through classic technique with microvascular flap of the prone guided by virtually designed and 3D printed splints).

Networks and alliances

  • CIBER-BBN
  • Instituto de Salud Carlos III