Funding


• 2018-2020: Selective irreversible electroporation in liver by hypersaline infusion through the portal vein in a rat model. Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación-Instituto de Salud Carlos III (Spain Government) (Ref: PI17/00468)
• 2013-2015: Impact of radiofrequency ablation on surgical margins in early-stage breast cancer (Hospital Universitari de Bellvitge) (Ref: AC133/12)
• 2015-2017: Technologies based on ElectroMagnetic energy for Minimally Invasive Surgery (TEMMIS) (Spain Government) (Ref: TEC2014-52383-C3)
• 2015: Thermoseal-plvs: Advanced energy-based system for laparoscopic seal of blood vessels. Supported by "Fundación para la innovación y prospectiva en salud en España (FIPSE)"
• 2013-2015: Cool-wet system for liver tumor ablation. Phase I and II clinical study. Supported by Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación-Instituto de Salud Carlos III (Spain Government) (Ref: PI12/00799)
• 2012-2014: Theoretical modeling and experimentation for ablative techniques based on energy. Supported by Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (Spain Government) (Ref: TEC2011-27133-C02)
• 2011-2012: Bipolar electrosurgical device. Supported by Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (Program INNOVA, Concept proof grant, Ref: 4 5502)
• 2009-2011: Computational models and experimental research in the study of surgical techniques of biological tissue heating by means of radiofrequency currents. Supported by Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (Spain Government) (Ref: TEC2008-01369)
• 2008-2011: Validation of a method for radiofrequency-assisted hepatic transection. Initial clinical trial (phase I-II). Supported by Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación-Instituto de Salud Carlos III (Spain Government) (Ref: PI080934)
• 2009-2010: Electrode for tumor ablation. Supported by Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (Program INNOVA, Concept proof grant, Ref: 7351)
• 2010: Developement of new surgical devices for surgical oncology. Supported by Programa InnoCash (Fundación Española para la Ciencia y la Tecnología, FECYT, Ref: INC-0063)
• 2009: Study of the device for hepatic transection DTH. Supported by CIDEM (Generalitat de Catalunya, Ref: GEN-09-2-0011)
• 2006: METRAHERA. Method of minimally invasive hepatic transection assisted by radiofrequency. Supported by CIDEM (Generalita de Catalunya, Ref: VALTEC08-2-0006).
• 2005-2007: Involving technologies for radiofrequency ablation for hepatic tumors. Assessment of efficacy and predictability in excised human hepatic tumors, porcine livers and finite element analysis. Supported by Ministerio de Sanidad y Consumo-Instituto de Salud Carlos III (Spain Government) (Ref: 05/2498)
• 1998-2000: Experimental and clinical study for the treatment of chronic atrial fibrillation by means of radiofrequency currents in patients undergoing valvuloplasty cardiac surgery. Supported by Ministerio de Sanidad y Consumo-Instituto de Salud Carlos III (Spain Government) (Ref: 99/0484)
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