Lines of research

Lines of research

OUR RESEARCH LINES

National and international research

Three lines of research

The TRANSLATIONAL Stroke Group is developing its own strategic and unique lines of research focused on the study of:

National research lines

Our group is part of the National Network of Cerebral Vascular Diseases of the ISCIII (RICORS-ICTUS).

We coordinate 3 national projects, including an independent clinical research study (GOTIS/ICI19/00032) and two PI projects (PI17/00540, PI20/01014).

International research lines

At the international level, we participate as members of the Management Committee of the COST_IRENE Stroke Network, as well as of the European Translational Medicine Infrastructure (EATRIS).

In addition, we participate as coordinators of the European PLATMED project and as PI in the GOTTARG and MADIA projects.

Excellence, solvency, and productive capacity.

All the aforementioned projects are competitive, with a funding volume (approx.) of 2,200,000 euros between 2019-2021, which is a clear indicator of the Group’s excellence, solvency and productive capacity.

Our group has been catalogued in 2022 as a competitive reference group in the Group Consolidation Program of the Xunta de Galicia, for the years 2022-2025.
OUR LINES OF RESEARCH

Cerebral Ictus with a Translational Perspective

OUR LINES OF RESEARCH

Movement disorders (ALS) and development of new therapies

OUR LINES OF RESEARCH

Chronic Pain and Self-Care Study

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