Grupo 2: Fisiopatología Cardiovascular

Código de grupo: 2.02
Tipo de grupo: Consolidado
Descripción del grupo: Fisiopatología Cardiovascular
Jefe de Grupo: Dra. Victoria Cachofeiro Ramos

Integrantes del grupo
Investigadores y personal de apoyo
BARTOLOMÉ PASCUAL MARIA VISITACIÓN Established Researcher
CACHOFEIRO RAMOS VICTORIA Leading Researcher
DELGADO VALERO BEATRIZ First Stage Researcher
JURADO LÓPEZ RAQUEL First Stage Researcher
MARIN ROYO GEMA First Stage Researcher
MARTINEZ MARTINEZ ERNESTO Leading Researcher
VASCONCELOS DE SOUSA NETO FRANCISCO DAS CHAGAS First Stage Researcher
Líneas de investigación
Axis 1: Obesity-associated cardiovascular and metabolic damage

L1: Role of metabolic substrate utilization switching in obesity-associated cardiometabolic damage

L2: Role of mitochondrial dysfunction in obesity-associated cardiometabolic damage

L3: Role of endoplasmic reticulum stress in obesity-associated cardiometabolic damage

L4: Role of autophagy in obesity-associated cardiometabolic damage

L5: Impact of mitochondrial transplantation on cardiac function and structure

L6: Impact of “Mitochondria-like mitochondrialuterions” on obesity-associated cardiac damage

Axis 2: Mechanisms involved in cardiovascular damage associated with myocardial ischaemia.

L1: Role of changing metabolic substrate use in ischaemia-associated cardiometabolic damage

L2: Impact of obesity on cardiac alterations associated with myocardial ischaemia.

L3: Role of changing metabolic substrate use in cardiometabolic damage associated with myocardial ischaemia.

L4: Role of mitochondrial dysfunction in cardiometabolic damage associated with myocardial ischaemia

L5: Role of endoplasmic reticulum stress in cardiometabolic damage associated with myocardial ischaemia

L6: Role of autophagy in cardiometabolic damage associated with myocardial ischaemia

L7: Impact of mitochondrial transplantation on cardiac function and structure

L8: Impact of “Mitochondria-like mitochondrialuterions” on cardiometabolic damage associated with myocardial ischaemia

Axis 3: Mechanisms involved in damage associated with cardiorenal syndrome.

L1: Role of mitochondrial dysfunction in renal damage associated with cardiorenal syndrome

L2: Role of endoplasmic reticulum stress in renal damage associated with cardiorenal syndrome

L3: Impact of mitochondrial transplantation on renal damage associated with cardiorenal syndrome

First decile publications 3 21,3
First quartile publications 4 26,9
Second quartile publications 2 7,2
Third quartile publications 0 0,0
Total publications (including those without IF) 7 35,2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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