Carlos Simón Vallés, Lilly Foundation Award for Clinical Biomedical Research 2021

Lilly award

“My objective has always been the same, my patients and their fertility problems, since they are the motivation for my research projects” The work of Professor Simón Vallés has revealed the relevance of the uterus in the reproductive process, pregnancy and the health of the fetus in the human species. His research has identified when […]

Professor Carlos Simón Vallés awarded the Lilly Foundation Prize for Clinical Biomedical Research.

Lilliy award

The Lilly Foundation has awarded the Biomedical Research Award 2021 to Dr. Carlos Simón Vallés, in the Clinical Research category. Director of the Scientific Committee of Igenomix, coordinator of the Reproductive Medicine Research Group at INCLIVA and Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Valencia, he has been awarded for his pioneering work […]

Carlos Simón en los medios

July 21, 2019 O GLOBO Conheça a técnica que abre caminho para homens produzirem óvulos e mulheres, espermatozoides July 8, 2019 EL PAÍS La técnica para que los hombres produzcan óvulos y las mujeres, espermatozoides September, 2017 FOCUS ON REPRODUCTION (magazine) IUI, oocyte number and ESTEEM take centre stage July 4, 2017 SCIENCES ET AVENIR […]

Prof. Simón discuss about the technique that leads men to produce eggs and women sperm in El PAÍS

  Cellular reprogramming has allowed the creation of offspring from two females or two males in mince.   As Prof. Simón, who has published in this field, says: “Creating a cell on which the creation of a human being will depend is much more complicated. The four genes that served Yamanaka to create undifferentiated cells […]

Prof. Simon joins the debate about mosaicism in the Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal published recently an article called “IVF Testing Spurs a Debate Over Mosaic Embryos” with  the opinion of different speciaslits in IVF field.  In words of Prof. Simón, our CSO, “Igenomix, tests embryos for about 200 U.S. clinics. Roughly 80% of those clinics classify embryos as either normal or abnormal and don’t want to […]

A study led by Dr. Carlos Simon has drawn a connection between a defect of the maternal uterus and preeclampsia

Published in the PNAS Journal A scientific study led by Dr. Carlos Simon has for the first time drawn a connection between a decidualization defect of the maternal uterus and the onset of preeclampsia   Until now, research efforts to understand why preeclampsia occurs had been focused on studying the placenta. Our study shows that […]

Prof. Carlos Simon Co-Chairperson at Biomarkers 2018

The 4th Biomarker Meeting: Personalized Reproductive Medicine; Biomarkers for the Assessment of Ovarian Reserve, Gametes, Embryos, Endometrium and Pregnancy will take place on April 12th and 13th, 2018 in Valencia, Spain.   “The aim of the conference is to provide to the Human Reproductive field a state of the art view of the developments in personalized medicine using […]

Dr. Carlos Simon participates in ESHRE’s annual meeting in Geneva, Switzerland

Dr. Carlos Simon will participate in ESHRE’s 33rd annual meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, from July 2nd – July  5th, 2017.   Prof. Simón has been honored with the Human Reproduction keynote lecture on Monday 3rd. Previously, on Sunday 2nd, he will be conducting the precongress course “Measuring and enhancing endometrial receptivity to improve pregnancy outcomes;  Stem cell therapy to improve implantation […]