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The Institute for Applied Molecular Medicine (IMMA) awarded an eligible Center to host a Ramón y Cajal Fellow
The Institute for Applied Molecular Medicine (IMMA), a Research Center located at CEU San Pablo University in Madrid, has been awarded an eligible Center to host a Ramón y Cajal Fellow.
IMMA was founded in 2010 in a collaborative project between CEU San Pablo University and the Spanish National Institute Carlos III, with the objective of developing specialized research, teaching and technology transfer between the University and its associated Hospitals in areas such as Physiology, Pathology, Diagnosis and development of new therapies for several human diseases, all of them from a genetic, molecular and cellular point of view.
IMMA is equipped with state of the art equipment in Immunology, Genetics, Histology and cell culture, including a classified white Area. IMMA also counts with the support of a first class metabolomics center (CEMBIO) and carries out projects in collaboration with them.
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