Canceled Next Session Progress Reports

9 de March de 2020

On March 11, the third session will take place within the IV Progress Report of the Valdecilla program, which will feature the presentations of Esther Setién and Veronica Pulito. CANCELLED

Stopping cannabis use benefits outcome in psychosis: findings from 10-year follow-up study in the PAFIP-cohort”

Speaker: Esther Setién Suero

Esther Setién is a doctor in Medicine and Health Sciences from the University of Cantabria (2018). She obtained her Bachelor's degree in Psychology in 2013. She completed the Master's Degree in Mental Health Research in 2014 and later in 2016 she completed a specialization course in Neuropsychology. Since 2015, she develops her career as a researcher at the Valdecilla Health Research Institute, focused on the study of cognitive functions in the first episodes of psychosis, within the program of Attention to the Initial Phases of Psychosis.

“Role of endothelial progenitor cells in interstitial lung disease associated with rheumatoid arthritis”

Speaker: Veronica Pulito Cueto

Verónica Pulito Cueto gained her Biochemistry and Molecular Biology degree in 2016 from País Vasco University. She worked as a collaborator student during 2013-2016 at Biómica de Hongos y Bacterias research group from País Vasco University, where she participated in different projects. Between 2016-2017 she gained her Molecular Biology and Biomedicine Master's degree of the Cantabria University and País Vasco University. During that period, she performed her master's degree project in the Molecular Hematology group in the Research Institute Marqués de Valdecilla (IDIVAL), Santander, Spain.

Currently, she is working as pre-doctoral researcher at the Epidemiology Genetics and Atherosclerosis Research Group on Systemic Inflammatory Diseases, IDIVAL (Santander, Spain), having been awarded a pre-doctoral contract in the Biomedicine, Biotechnology and Health Sciences area, supported by the IDIVAL and the Cantabria University.

All sessions will take place at 2:00 p.m. in Hall 16 of the Marqués de Valdecilla University Hospital (maximum capacity of 30 people). The talk of each speaker will be about 20 minutes followed by a small debate. In addition, at the end a small agape will be served to continue the conversation and encourage interaction between participants and attendees.

Attendance certificates will be issued if 80% of the sessions are attended throughout the academic period.

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