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VII Course of Microscopic and Piezoelectric Techniques in Dentistry: Endodontics, Implantology and Prosthetics

CCMIJU has organised the VII Course of Microscopic and Piezoelectric Techniques in Dentistry: Endodontics, Implantology and Prosthetics, which wil take place at JUMISC from March 3 till June 27 2020 under the Direction of Alberto Anta Escudero. (Profesor of the UPV-EHU), Gorka Santamaría Arrieta (Professor of the UPV-EHU), Jon Eskurza Pérez (Endodontics Specialist. Private Clinic) and Francisco Miguel Sánchez Margallo (Deputy Scientific Director of NANBIOSIS)

The general objective of the course is the knowledge of the enodontology magnification, necessary materials and instruments and related ergonomic aspects. Training in magnification in dentistry

Frurther information: Programm and inscriptions

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EUROAGE: to improve people’s quality of life and increase healthy life expectancy

The Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery (JUMISC), partner of NANBIOSIS, as the main beneficiary of the Spain-Portugal EUROAGE cross-border cooperation project that promotes active aging in the region, has presented its results and its impact on society, within the Spanish-speaking meeting ‘ Forum of Iberian Stories. 30 years of the INTERREG Spain-Portugal Cross-Border Cooperation Program (POCTEP) ’.

Specifically, the event has been organized by the agencies EFE and LUSA, and took place this past Wednesday at the headquarters of the Spanish agency in Madrid, with the support of the Directorate General for Regional Policy (DGRegio) of the European Commission.

Its objective has been to address the main achievements of the program and the new challenges demanded by the future of both territories. EUROAGE, belonging to the Cooperation Area 4 (Extremadura-Centro-Alentejo), is focused on promoting healthy autonomous life, mainly for the elderly, but also for dependent people, through the promotion of innovative initiatives based on technologies and knowledge developed by the R&D agents.

In turn, the European project promotes active aging through physical, cognitive and socio-emotional activity, with the main objective of improving people’s quality of life and increasing healthy life expectancy, at the same time that will affect the reduction of expenses, in the optimization of resources in public health systems and in the modernization of the business fabric of the sector.

Although the main beneficiary of the European project is the Jesús Usón Minimally Invasive Surgery Center, other institutions also participate, such as the Castelo Branco Polytechnic Institute, the University of Coimbra, the Extremadura Social Cluster, the University of Extremadura and the Polytechnic Institute Give Guardian

EUROAGE includes the development of materials for health literacy, applications for the improvement of physical and cognitive well-being and an integrated system for the promotion of active aging, as well as different social and welfare robots.

Source of information: Región Digital

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New book by NANBIOSIS U14: Basic research procedures in the cell therapy laboratory

Researchers of NANIOSIS Unit 14 at JUMISC have published a new book titled Basic research procedures in the cell therapy laboratory, in which some basic techniques and general principles for adult stem cell research are explained.

Stem cells are cells capable of differentiating into a wide variety of cell types and can be isolated from different tissues such as. They have regenerative and anti-inflammatory properties thanks to the secretion of paracrine factors. Currently, these cells are being widely used in clinical trials for the treatment of different diseases such as Crohn disease, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis or myocardial infarction.
In this book, some basic techniques and general principles for working in a research laboratory in Cellular Therapy are explained in a simplified manner. In the same way, a series of basic knowledge are exposed that must be taken into account for the correct handling of the cells and their environment.
This book is not intended to be a detailed manual of laboratory procedures or a book on cell management for clinical use, but its purpose is to describe part of the protocols developed by the Cell Therapy Unit of NANBIOSIS at the Jesús Usón Minimally Invasive Surgery Center and which have the objective of evaluating the effectiveness and safety of these cells in the preclinical setting.

Book: Basic research procedures in the cell therapy laboratory. Álvarez Pérez, Verónica, García Casado, Javier, Sánchez-Margallo, Francisco.
ISBN 13: 978-84-17959-64-7

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II COURSE FOR THE PERFORMANCE OF FUNCTIONS A, B AND C IN RODENTS, LAGOMORPHES, CARNIVORES, PIGS AND SMALL RUMIANTS

JUMISC has organised the II Course for the performance of functions A, B and C in rodents, lagomorphes, carnivores, pigs and small rumiants  which wil take place at JUMISC from 3 February to 20 March co-Directed by D. LUIS DÁVILA GÓMEZ, Scientific Director of NANBIOSIS U22. Animal housing and  DR. FRANCISCO MIGUEL SÁNCHEZ MARGALLO (Deputy Scientific Director of NANBIOSIS)

The total duration of the course is 100 hours (58 theory and 42 practice)

This course has as specific objectives to provide information and expand existing knowledge in the following aspects:
-Specific legislation regarding animal experimentation .
-Ethical considerations and the principles of replacement, reduction and refinement.
-Biology, housing, handling and care of experimental animals.
-Occupational health and safety.
-Recognition of the state of health and disease of experimental animals.
-Implications of the microbiological status of animals in the experimental process.
-Anesthesia, analgesia and basic principles of surgery.
-Realization of specific procedures with experimental animals and their practical development.
-Bloodless methods of euthanasia of animals.

Programm and inscriptions here

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BASIC COURSE FOR UROLOGIS: INTRACORPOREAL SUTURING

CCMIJU has organised the II Urological Laparoscopy Course: Suture Management and Intracorporeal Knotting which wil take place at JUMISC from 3 to 5 February under the Direction of Álvaro Serrano Pascual (Urology Service Specialist at the San Carlos Clinical Hospital, Madrid) and Francisco Miguel Sánchez Margallo (Deputy Scientific Director of NANBIOSIS)

It is a basic course of Laparoscopic Urology where the techniques of Laparoscopic Radical and Partial Nephrectomy will be carried out. The objective of this course is for specialists in Urology to improve their skills in suture management and intracorporeal knotting.

Programm and inscriptions here

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NANBIOSIS internal dissemination day

NANBIOSIS has celebrated today the second edition of NANBIOSIS internal dissemination day, at the ICMAB-CSIC, Barcelona.

The Day has been focuss on the staff that deals with the day-to-day work of the units, especially technical staff. The event was attended by technicians and coordinators of the units of Catalonia and Aragon (almost 30 face-to-face assistants) and has been followed through the streaming broadcast by the other units.

The day has been presented by the NANBIOSIS Scientific Director Jaume Veciana and the Nerea Argárate Coordinator, followed by a round of presentations by the attendees and their work in the different NANBIOSIS units.

The first part has focused on the Cutting Edge Biomedical Solutions as integral solutions to the problems that arise in biomedical research integrating the expertise of several units presented by Nerea Argarate, as well as several presentations from the units of the Minima invasion Surgery Center Jesus Usón de Cáceres CCMIJU by Javier García, Jorge Bote and Verónica Crisóstomo focused on potential internal collaborations, synergies and complementarities in NANBIOSIS between the CIBER, CCMIJU and Bionand units.

Javier García Casado CCMIJU

The second part dealt with the implementation of quality systems, the NANBIOSIS coordinator has presented the NANBIOSIS Quality Plan and Arnau Jaumandreu (NANBIOSIS Unit 6 Technician) has made a good summary of the steps to follow in the implementation of a quality system with recommendations from its experience in the process followed by unit 6, all followed by a debate.

Arnau Jaumandreu

In the last part Anna May Masnou (Head of Communication and Dissemination of ICMAB-CSIC) has spoken about the use of the NANBIOSIS brand and communication channels, the dissemination of science and its returns. The day has ended with a space for debate.

Anna May Masnou ICMAB-CSIC
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I ONLINE Course on Introduction to Quality Management in Laboratories in the Biosanitary Field

The Jesús Usón Minimally Invasive Surgery Center (JUMISC), organizes the 1st ONLINE Course on Introduction to Quality Management in Laboratories in the Biosanitary Field.

The course will count with the expertise Beatriz Moreno Lobato, Scientific Director of NANBIOSIS Unit 19 CLINICAL TEST LAB, among others.

The Course is directed to middle-level technicians: Auxiliary Care of Nursing and Pharmacy and Parapharmacy and also to higher degree technicians: Pathological and Cytodiagnostic Anatomy, Oral Hygiene, Image for Diagnosis and Nuclear Medicine, Clinical and Biomedical Laboratory, Dental Prosthetics, Dietary

The course has a capacity for forty attendees and registration is now open here:

The course program consists of:
Thematic Unit 1: Quality Management Systems (7.5h) (15h student dedication)

  • Historical justification and principles of quality management (1,5h) (J Sánchez)
  • Quality Assurance Systems (J Sánchez)
  • ISO 9001 (1,5h) (J Sánchez)
  • ISO 17025 Standard (1,5h) (J Sánchez)
  • BPL regulations (1,5h) (J Fco Guillén)
  • Quality Philosophy. New strategies (1,5h) (J Sánchez)

Thematic Unit 2: Quality in the field of the laboratory (8.5h) (17h student dedication)

  • Generalities and Management in a Clinical Analysis Laboratory (2h) (B Moreno)
  • Safety standards in laboratories (2h) (J Boat)
  • Quality in other laboratories in the biomedical field (4,5h) (N Hernández / J García / N Picado)

Thematic Unit 3: Analytical Quality (4h) (8h student dedication)

  • Definition of analytical quality. General aspects (B Moreno)
  • Analytical tests (B Moreno)
  • Management and conservation of samples. Analytical Interferences (B Moreno)
  • Validation of analytical methods (B Moreno)
  • Calibration and equipment management. Quality and PNT manuals (J Fco Guillén / B Moreno)

Thematic Unit 4: Introduction to GLP (4h) (8h student dedication)

  • Regulation and relationship with other standards (J Fco Guillén)
  • ISO 13485 and other related standards (J Fco Guillén)
  • Documentation and Quality Assurance (J Fco Guillén)
  • BPL applications (B Moreno)

Final exam and Satisfaction Survey (2h)

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III Conference on the Disclosure of Biomedical and Experimental Sciences

The III Conference for the Disclosure of Biomedical and Experimental Sciences will take place at the Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery Jesús Usón of Cáceres, on December 5, 2019. It will be attended by Francisco Miguel Sanchez Margallo, Deputy Scientific Director of NANBIOSIS and Beatriz Moreno Lobato, Scientific Director of Unit 19 of NANBIOSIS

FREE ACTIVITY – Requires prior registration until full capacity is reached

Pre- registration: https://www.ccmijesususon.com/formacion/preinscripcion/1173/

Program:

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CCMIJU: Online Course on INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH AND LABORATORY TECHNIQUES IN BIOCIENCES

During de dates Nov. 18 -30, 2019 will take place de course on line on Introduction to Research and Laboratory Techniques in Biociences, under the direction of NANBIOSIS U14 Cell Therapy Unit led by Javier García Casado Scientific Director of the Unit and Francisco M. Sánchez Margallo Scientific Director of CCMIJU and Deputy Scientific Director of NANBIOSIS.

For further information: Online Course on INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH AND LABORATORY TECHNIQUES IN BIOCIENCES

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“Minimal invasion, maximum innovation”

“Minimal invasion, maximum innovation” is a repot by Spanish TV about the Minimal Invasion Surgery Center, Jesús Usón, partner of NANBIOSIS.

“The unique capabilities of the Center from its animal farm to its surgical infrastructure allow the evaluation and validation of new technology such as medical devices, new biomaterials, new pharmacological therapies, before being used in human patients” explains Francisco Miguel Sanchez Margallo, Sciencitific Director of the Center and Deputy Scientific Director of NANBIOSIS- ICTS.

Verónica Crisóstomo, Scientific Director of NANBIOSIS Unit 24 of Medical imaging explains a current project that studies how to reduce the damage caused by a heart attack with stem cell-based treatment

The report can be seen heer:

http://www.rtve.es/m/alacarta/videos/lab24/lab24-reportaje-minima-invasion-maxima-innovacion/5425735/

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