International Clinical Research Center (FNUSA-ICRC)
The International Clinical Research Center of St. Anne's University Hospital in Brno (FNUSA-ICRC) is a new generation science and research center focusing on finding new methods, technologies and medicaments for effective prevention, early diagnostics and individualized treatment of cardiovascular and neurological diseases. These are among the most widespread diseases in modern society.
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Can pigs help the human heart? An experiment is testing a resilient heart valve17. 04. 2015
A heart valve has been successfully transferred from a genetically modified pig to its “normal” colleague in recent days by researchers from the Iesearch Center FNUSA-ICRC. The heart valve of a domestic even-toed ungulate has...
Career oportunity: We are looking for candidates16. 04. 2015
Currently, we are looking for new colleagues to St. Anne's University Hospital Brno - International Clinical Research Center. In case of Your interest see more in web section Careers
The 5th Partnership Forum recorded considerable interest from companies15. 04. 2015
5th Partnership Forum focused on deepening the cooperation between the International Clinical Research Centre FNUSA-ICRC and the private sector, was hosted at ICRC premises. The event was attended by more than seventy...
Collaborative Research between FNUSA-ICRC and Mayo Clinic investigators to continue09. 04. 2015
Continuation of collaboration in the next period was discussed by the representatives of the International Clinical Research Center FNUSA-ICRC and Mayo Clinic during a workshop for researchers from both organizations at Mayo...
1st Czech Multidisciplinary Simulation Conference - Invantion07. 04. 2015
St. Anne’s University Hospital Brno – International Clinical Research Center invites you to a unique event - 1st Czech Multidisciplinary Simulation Conference which is going on 23rd – 24th April 2015 in Brno.
FNUSA-ICRC visited by expert of Biological Engineering Dr. Wyatt N. Vreeland24. 03. 2015
Dr. Wyatt N. Vreeland, expert in the field of Chemistry, Biological Engineering and Microfluidics currently working in the US National Institute of Standards and Technology has visited the ICRC on Monday March 23rd to find out...
Schoolchildren from South Moravia already know how to save lives12. 03. 2015
The pilot stage of the educational program HOBIT (Biology Lesson for Life) was concluded today at the scientific conference for ICRC-FNUSA. HOBIT gives primary and secondary school students vital information about what cardiac...