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CIPF and Cambridge to collaborate on research into new therapies in diabetes and associated complications

The Príncipe Felipe Research Centre (CIPF) and the University of Cambridge have signed an agreement to carry out research projects related to metabolic diseases associated with obesity and diabetes, through a new unit, located in the facilities of Valencia, in which Dr. Deborah Burks and Professor Antonio Vidal-Puig are listed as principal investigators. the Wellcome Trust-MRC Institute of Metabolic Science at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge.

CIPF and Cambridge to collaborate on research into new therapies in diabetes and associated complications

The objective of the collaboration is to promote high-level basic research in the field of obesity, diabetes and other associated complications and consolidate the unit to attract global talent and "strengthen the positioning of the CIPF as a reference center for the quality and impact of research in these diseases," the center has detailed, which has incorporated two doctors of "recognized excellence" in this field of research, Luke Noon and Stefania Carobbio, through the grants of the GenT Plan of the Generalitat Valenciana. https://www.europapress.es/comunitat-valenciana/noticia-cipf-cambridge-colaboraran-investigacion-nuevas-terapias-diabetes-complicaciones-asociadas-20211116180233.html (c) 2021 Europa Press. Está expresamente prohibida la redistribución y la redifusión de este contenido sin su previo y expreso consentimiento.

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