We really enjoyed to share the time with the children! Nice opportunity to explain future researchers how research works! They had the opportunity to extract DNA from strawberries, pipetting, etc.
We used music (Mozart...) to explain to the children how a mutation can lead to a rare disease. The simil is simple: just modify a bit the Turkish March and see what happens!
We celebrated the international rare disease in our group by organizing didactic presentations to the hospitalized children. Place: school of the Hospital Clínico Universitario of Santiago de Compostela.
La Voz de Galicia: Una prueba rápida permitirá diagnosticar una meningitis o una neumonía en menos de dos horas. El laboratorio GenVip del hospital de Santiago reclutará a 5.000 pacientes de toda Europa para establecer la firma genética que posibilitará detectar las patologías infecciosas e inflamatorias dentro de un proyecto comunitario financiado con 22,5 millones de euros.
El Correo Gallego: Nuevo avance para diagnosticar dolencias graves en solo 2 horas.
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GenViP visiting the biotecnological Zendal installations the day we received the I International Zendal Awards.
GenViP received the I International Zenda Award. Federico Martinón Torres and Antonio Salas Ellacuriaga got the award on behalf of the rest of the group. We are very proud of this great group of researchers and professionals!