Consortium in Clinical-Molecular Biomedicine held seminar


With the participation of Guillermo Marshall, rector of the Pontifical Catholic University (PUC); Roberto Sutelman, manager of the Abbott laboratory, and Rebeca Ibacache, general manager of the Technological Consortium in Clinical-Molecular Biomedicine (BMRC), held the seminar "Annual contingency in health due to respiratory infections: vaccines and diagnostic methods", in the PUC Extension Center. On the day, Dane Parker, a scientist at Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA, gave a lecture on the aureus bacteria, which causes respiratory diseases and infections in the world population.
Guillermo Marshall commented that BMRC has registered 14 patents and scientific research in 15 countries and stressed the importance of the alliance between university, company and Corfo, which has allowed the development of advanced studies in health.
noticia-01 Agustín Eguiguren, director legal; Roberto Sutelman, gerente general; Rossana Vega, gerente de Nuevos Productos y Julio Jimenez, gerente de Educación Clínica, todos de laboratorio Abbott.
noticia-01 Guillermo Marshall; Juan Correa, decano de la Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas de la PUC, y Felipe Heusser, decano de la Facultad de Medicina de la PUC.
noticia-01 Alexis Kalergis, investigador de la Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas de la PUC y director de BMRC; Susan Bueno, investigadora de la Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas de la PUC, y Carla Reyes, director médico de laboratorio Abbott Chile.
noticia-01 Fernando Hentzschel, gerente de Capacitaciones Tecnológicas de Corfo; Rebeca Ibacache, gerente general de BMRC, y Roberto Sutelman, gerente general de laboratorio Abbott.
noticia-01 Dane Parker, doctor y progesor asistente de la Escuela de Medicina de Rutgers, Nueva Jersey, EE.UU., y Carlos Fardella, jefe del Departamento de Endocrinología de la PUC.


Fuente: Vida Social Diario El Mercurio