Investigació Aplicada en Malalties Respiratòries


  • Sunday, 11/18/2018

    Roberto Cabrera and Anna Motos presented the results of two studies at the latest Jornadas de formación Ciberes

    The meeting was hold last 15-16 of november 2018 in Madrid and involved more than 100 national researchers, 20 oral presentations and 40 posters on respiratory diseases and lung cancer

     Roberto Cabrera, postodoctoral Ciberes researcher presented an oral presentation entitled: “Molecular characterization of antibiotic resistance mechanisms in methicilin- resistant Staphylococcus aureus from ICU endotracheal tubes”. 

    Anna Motos, Ciberes researcher and coordinator of animal Studies, presented a poste ron the study entitled “Is One Sample Enough? β-lactam Target Attainment and Penetration into Epithelial Lining Fluid based on Multiple Bronchoalveolar Lavage Sampling Time Points in a Swine Pneumonia Model”.


  • Friday, 11/09/2018

    IAMR achieved funding for two projects at the health national call 2018 (FIS)

    The success warrants funding for the next three years in the laboratory and in the ventilador associated research lines

     Dr. Antoni Torres and Dr. Laia Fernández Barat co-leaded the project entitled “Importance of Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms in exacerbations in patients with bronchiectasis with and without Chronic Obstructive pulmonary disease ”. This project achieved 196.000 euros.

    Dr. Miquel Ferrer leaded the project entitled “Driving Pressure and Inflammation in Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome”. This Project achieved 147.000 euros and will be the end of residency project of Enric Barbeta. 


  • Wednesday, 10/31/2018

    IAMR succeeds in the latest La Marató TV3 grants on infectious diseases

    An individual Project in collaboration with Prof. Marcos Restrepo from San Antonio, Texas, USA and leaded by Prof. Antoni Torres achieves 200.000 euros
    Prof. Antoni Torres Martí

     The project granted is entitled “Pulmonary and cardiac injury caused by severe pneumococcal pneumonia: appraisal of the benefits of corticosteroids and macrolides” and will be the continuation of a national competitive project on our pig animal model of severe pneumonia due to Streptococcus pneumoniae. Both projects leaded by Prof. Antoni Torres, the IAMR group leader.


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