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Jordi Martorell López, PhD

Head of GEVAB Group - Assistant Professor
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RESEARCH LINES

  • Correlation between arterial flow disturbances and cardiovascular disease biomarkers
  • Computational fluid dynamics modelling of complex arterial environments
  • Development of biocompatible artificial arteries using tissue engineering
  • Stent design strategies to reduce the impact of stenting surgeries

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GEVAB

Grup d'Enginyeria Vascular i Biomedicina Aplicada

School of Engineering

Vascular Engineering and Applied Biomedicine Group

GEVAB's main objective is to integrate knowledge from medicine, biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics and computing in order to provide solutions to clinical needs.

LATEST PROJECTS

PolyCoarct (Stents poliméricos adaptables para tratar coarctación aórtica pediátrica)

Stents poliméricos adaptables para tratar coarctación aórtica pediátrica.
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Vascular Engineering and Applied Biomedicine Group (GEVAB)

Dispositivo médico aneurisma

Desarrollo y validación preclínica de un dispositivo médico endovascular con liberación localizada y controlada de fármaco anti-progresión de aneurisma
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Materials Engineering (GEMAT)
Vascular Engineering and Applied Biomedicine Group (GEVAB)

EndoPatch (Biomaterial adhesivo disección aórtica)

Desarrollo de un parche adhesivo biorreabsorbible que imita las propiedades mecánicas de la arteria promoviendo su regeneración.
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Doctoral thesis

A Bioabsorbable Patch to Treat Aortic Dissection

16/05/2022
In her doctoral thesis conducted at IQS, Dr Noemí Balà has designed a specific device to treat aortic dissection featuring mechanical properties similar to those of the artery, making it possible to improve current treatments.
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Aortyx Receives €2.5 Million Euros from the European Commission’s EIC Accelerator Programme

14/02/2022
The IQS spinoff company, Aortyx, has received €2.5 million euros in "Grant first" funding through the European Innovation Council (EIC) Accelerator Programme. Also, Dr Inés Moreno received one of the prestigious Torres Quevedo Grants at the end of 2021 to conduct her research in this spinoff company.
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New 3D printer at IQS to manufacture arterial models

17/12/2021
The IQS Industrial Products Engineering Laboratory equipment has been expanded with the recent incorporation of the Form 3BL 3D printer, for the manufacture of full-scale polymeric arteries.
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Development of a new endovascular medical device

26/10/2021
Within the Collaboration Challenges program, Aortyx and the GEMAT group collaborate in the development and preclinical validation of a new endovascular medical device with localized and controlled release of anti-progression drugs for aneurysms.
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