AGENDA: Do not miss!!
We will celebrate the World TB Day
at Palau Macaya, Barcelona (thanks to the LaCaixa Foundation), on 22th March 2017, from 10 am to 3 pm.
Organized by the FUITB.
Tag Archives: Cardona
A new edition of the Specialization Course in Clinical TB Management will be soon launched in the Open University of Catalonia (UOC). Coordinated by Pr. Pere-Joan Cardona, and counting with Dr. Vilaplana as professor, this online course is open to … Continue reading
The Barcelona City Council in the context of the Citizen Festival of the European Capital of Innovation, together with the artist Anna Dumitriu, have organised a weekend devoted to Tuberculosis. “The Romantic Disease: An Artistic Investigation of Tuberculosis” is a highly … Continue reading
Dr Cardona and the other members of the team involved in the Phase II CT of the therapeutic vaccine RUTI® have published the results of the study registered in ClinicalTrials.gov as NCT01136161. Conducted in SouthAfrica, the aim of the study was to evaluate … Continue reading
It will be this evening (8 o’clock) at the City Council of Manresa, the hometown of Cardona. Because of this, the newspaper Regió 7 has published an interview to the researcher that you can read here (in catalan). Cardona has emphasized … Continue reading
Some of you already know the UTE together with the UOC organized a one-day symposium in Barcelona last september. Some of the talks are posted in youtube. You’ll be able to watch the CDC (Elsa Villarino) and MSF (Grania Bridgen) point … Continue reading
Omnium Cultural (its Bages division) has awarded Dr Cardona with the “Premi Bages de Cultura 2012”, for his scientific career but also for his cultural interests and his evident commitment with Catalonia. Dr Cardona received the new with “surprise and … Continue reading
Dr. Cardona has been awarded with the “Premi a l’Excel·lència Professional” by the Medical Association of Barcelona. This entity wants to recognize the professional activity of medical doctors by these awards, which are given every year since 2004. According to … Continue reading