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GEIVEX is a working group of Spanish researchers specialized in the field of extracellular vesicles

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.

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Geivex Board is formed by professionals in the EV field from Spain and Portugal.

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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

October 8, 2021

Candidates to Geivex Board

We want to present the candidates to renew Geivex Board and the presidency Access and instructions to electronic voting will be soon forwarded by email to all GEIVEX members You can download the document with their experience and their motivation to become board members in the link below:

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August 16, 2021

Dr. Hernando A. del Portillo, ICREA Research Professor (ISGlobal/IGTP) and President of our Society, has been recently awarded a CaixaResearch grant

The project is one among the 30 awarded projects, from more than 600 presented proposals in the 2021 call. The project led by Dr. del Portillo focuses on an infectious disease affecting around 15 million people. We are talking about malaria caused by Plasmodium vivax, which is the most widely distributed type of malaria around […]

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