María José Requena was the first woman to be head of Urology in a Spanish hospital. With 30 years of expertise, this surgeon opened the doors of Urology, which was male-dominated, for women. In addition, she performs kidney transplants at the Reina Sofía Hospital in Cordoba.
Researchers from the University of Cordoba and the Reina Sofia Hospital have created an assignation model that matches liver transplant donors and recipients. This new model is more accurate when determining the compatibility between them and has a precision of 92%. This way, the chances of success are increased.
Almost 30 years ago, Javier Briceño created the Liver Transplant Unit of the Reina Sofía Hospital of Cordoba. Since then, he is a leader in this field in Spain. His studies have received 15 awards and he was a pioneer in the development of techniques that are only applied in a reduced number of hospitals […]
Carmen Moreno directs the Allergology Unit of the Reina Sofía Hospital of Cordoba. She has focused her work on the search for allergy treatments for almost three decades and currently leads a team that is a Spanish benchmark for the battle against allergies caused by severe insect stings that can kill a person.