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IRB Barcelona has ambitious goals in making crucial steps forward in the fight against diseases, including cancer and metastasis, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and many others. Our hope is that our research will one day make a difference in your life and the lives of your loved ones.
But to do so, we need your support!
We thank our donors and collaborators for their generous contributions, all those who have contributed through the IRB Barcelona dance video, and the many organizations who support our research.
«The gap that my sister left in our lives will never be filled, but it comforts us to know that we have contributed with an idea, with a small gesture, towards a world with less suffering.»
Read more about the initiative "Turn Susanna’s story into the seed of research!"
Vi per Vida
«When I was a child, I lost my father to lung cancer metastasis. I have always wanted to do something to remember him.»
More info about this initiative here.
Nadar Contra Corriente
«I believe we all have to make our contribution and help further science. I decided to take up one of the biggest challenges for a professional or amateur swimmer, namely to swim across the Strait of Gibraltar. And I chose to link my challenge to IRB Barcelona's research.»
Find out about the Swim Against the Current Project.
News & Media mentions
Tumour cells are dependent on fat to start metastasis
7th "Vi per Vida" wine tasting in support of cancer and metastasis research
Towards a better understanding of the puzzling “droplets” in the cell cytoplasm
IRB Barcelona launches a campaign entitled "Future" to increase public awareness of biomedical research
A study headed by Salvador Aznar Benitah, ICREA researcher at the Inst
At 18:00 on Saturday 26 November, the Llobet-Guri factory in Calella will host another “Vi per Vida” (Wine for Life) charity wine-tasting event for around 400 people.
Liquid-like droplets are highly dynamic cytoplasmic aggregates of proteins with no apparent structure.
Today the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona) has launched a fundraising campaign called