An understanding of disease processes drives innovation in medicine
«A thinker sees his own actions as experiments
and questions, as attempts to find out something.
Success and failure are for him answers above all.»
«There is one thing even more vital to science than intelligent
methods; and that is the sincere desire to find out the truth,
whatever it may be.»
– Charles Pierce
«Every great advance in science has issued
from a new audacity of imagination»
– John Dewey
«Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known»
– Carl Sagan
«There is nothing which can better deserve your patronage
than the promotion of science and literature. Knowledge is in every country the surest basis of public happiness.»
– George Washington
«Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow
The important thing is to not stop questioning.»
– Albert Einstein
Welcome to the website of the CellCOM Research Group. Our group is a translational and clinical research group within the Center for Research in Nanomaterials and Biomedicine (CINBIO). Our approaches combine in vitro, ex vivo and in vivo models to conduct pre-clinical studies in age-related diseases and cancer. Our group is a multidisciplinary team that includes basic scientists (predoctoral, postdoctoral fellows and technicians) and clinical researchers such as pathologists, dermatologists, radiologists and surgeons.
Our aims are to understand the physiopathology of connexin-linked diseases (cancer, inflammation, tissue degeneration), to design molecules and new drugs that modulate the activity of specific targets and to identify novel markers of disease prevention, diagnosis and disease management.
We are focused on understanding the role of connexins and pannexins in osteoarthritis, skin wound healing in oncological patients, metastasis and resistance to targeted cancer therapies and immunotherapies. Our final goal is to identify effective therapeutic targets to design specific and successful therapeutic approaches to treat these disorders.
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June 2019 FET OPEN – Horizon2020 The EU H2020 FET-Open establishes multi-disciplinary consortia with the goal of supporting the early-stages of the science and technology research and innovation around new ideas…
Aug 2019 We have presented our results in osteoarthritis and metastatic melanoma in the IGJC2019 in Victoria and we are glad to present and get A Coruña as the next…