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 […]
Doctor José Pérez Bernal has dedicated 43 years to save lives in the Intensive Care Unit of the Virgen del Rocío Hospital of Seville. He was there when this unit was created and, throughout his career, he has faced the challenge of fighting death within the limits of the technology available and the progress of […]
She discovered that she wanted to be a doctor when she was just five years old. Today, María Elisa Cordero is an infectious diseases specialist and has dedicated most of her career to the study of the HIV and to combat infections in transplanted patients. Born in Jaén, she works in Seville, where this doctor […]