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BioRegion wrapup

2018 has kicked off with a month full of headlines regarding business operations and scientific publications 


Publications in top journals, rounds of investment, licensing, benchmark events held in Barcelona... 2017 was a year full of good news for the BioRegion of Catalonia. Saying goodbye to the EMA and the political instability were the bittersweet counterpoint. What can we learn from these successes and failures? From research, enterprise and management, some of the main figures take stock. 

Servei de Cardiologia de Vall d'Hebron

A team of fellows will do an immersion in the Cardiology Department at the center during the upcoming edition of the program promoted by Biocat, which kicks off on 18 January and is still accepting applications


Barcelona will not host the European Medicines Agency, but the BioRegion of Catalonia is still one of the leading regions in healthcare & life sciences


The fellows pitched their proposals at the graduation ceremony at the Mobile World Center

Wrap-up Biocat agost

The summer break slowed down business and research activity but brought with it some news to brighten up the sector’s holidays


The initiative will allow for more scientific research to be done more quickly, at a lower cost and with more patients involved

Carles Domènech

The study will include 80 patients at the Vall d'Hebron Institute of Oncology, Catalan Institute of Oncology and other centers in Spain and France