GEIVEX is a consolidated non-profit organization aiming to promote the research, innovation and knowledge exchange in the field of Extracellular Vesicles (EVs).
GEIVEX aims to advance personalized medicine by developing new tools and biomarkers with high social impact to generate benefits and equality in global health.
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This group was created following the first international conference of the recently created International Society of Extracellular Vesicles (ISEV), held in Goteborg (Sweden) in April 2012. There, the Spanish researchers decided to form a working group to contribute to the dissemination and integration of these small vesicles in the field of clinical diagnosis in Spain.President letter
Geivex Board is formed by professionals in the EV field from Spain.Current board
Our overall objective is to develop and standardize methodologies, accelerating the identification and development of non-invasive biomarkers as well as define new strategies to tackle major diseases such as cancer and parasitic diseases
EVCA is looking for students to apply with us to “Caixa Research PhD fellowships”. You can learn more about EVCA in our website, evca-twinning.eu, and more about the call here.Read More
The first european MOVE symposium, was held on 24-27th of October 2023 in Malaga, Spain with the attendance of more than 350 researchers. With a great participation of GEIVEX members, we had a great atmosphere with very fruitful discussions, lively poster sessions and inspiring keynote speakers. We are also very proud that the best oral […]Read More
A study from the IVECAT group (led by Geivex founder Dr. Francesc E Borràs) B-ARGO and RCPB groups at IGTP has shown the potential of using an agarose-spot migration assay to analyse the chemoattractant capacity of Extracellular Vesicles (EVs) in vitro. The study has been recently published in BMC Biology. Increasing evidence suggests that cancer […]Read More
Following our statutes, in this year´s annual assembly we had to perform a profound board renewal. Many of the founder members of the society (Dr Hernando del Portillo, former president; Dr Antonio Marcilla, former treasurer; Dr Francesc Borrás and Dr Juan Manuel Falcón-Pérez, former vicepresidents) as well as our first regular member Dr David Otaegui, […]Read More
During the first MOVE meeting in Malaga last week, we granted the EVCNA MOVE award to to recognize the researcher who made a great contribution to push forward the MOVE Project to the “fathers” of the criature: Dr Bernd Giebel and Dr Hernando del Portillo. CONGRATS and many thanks to both of them and to […]Read More
Position: We are seeking for a highly motivated predoctoral scientist interested on joining the line of research in the use of extracellular vesicles (EVs) for the treatment of lysosomal diseases in the Clinical Biochemistry, Drug Delivery and Therapy (CB-DDT) group at Vall d’Hebron Research Institute (VHIR) and CIBER-BBN in Barcelona. The research to be developed […]Read More