Carles Luaces Cubells

Carles Luaces Cubells

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The researcher Carles Luaces Cubells graduated in Medicine in 1992 from the Central University of Barcelona and received his Doctor of Medicine and Surgery degree from the Autonomous University of Barcelona in 1992.

Since 1994 he has been an associate professor at the University of Barcelona and coordinator of the Master's Degree in Pediatric Emergency at the University of Barcelona.

In 2010 he joined the Head of the Emergency Service of the Sant Joan de Déu Hospital.

From 2003 to the present he leads the research group "Influence of the environment on the well-being of children and adolescents", of the Research Institute Sant Joan de Déu.

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Project name:
PATRICIA - Tratamiento del dolor y la ansiedad basado en la interacción de robots sociales con niños para mejorar la experiencia del paciente
Leader
Carles Luaces Cubells
Funding entities:
Ministerio de Economía Y Competitividad (MINECO)
Code
TIN2012-38416-C03-03
Starting - finishing date:
2013 - 2016
Project name:
Desarrollos en la interacción humano-robot social para favorecer una mejor calidad de vida de niños hospitalizados de larga diración (SOFIA) ACRONYM: SOFIA - HSJD
Leader
Carles Luaces Cubells
Funding entities:
Ministerio de Economía Y Competitividad (MINECO)
Code
TIN2011-28854-C03-03
Starting - finishing date:
2012 - 2012
Project name:
Impacto de las Pruebas de Diagnótico Rápido en la Evaluación y Manejo del Lactante de 0 a 90 Días con Fiebre sin Foco.
Leader
Carles Luaces Cubells
Funding entities:
Agencia Informació, Avaluació i Qualitat en Salut (AIAQS)
Code
285/15/2008
Starting - finishing date:
2009 - 2013
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News

  • Sant Joan de Déu begins four lines of research for the study of COVID-19

    Researchers from the Sant Joan de Déu Research Institute and the Sant Joan de Déu Barcelona Children's Hospital are starting four projects to study COVID19 from a microbiological and clinical perspective with regard to inflammatory and maternal-foetal response. To do so, they need to recruit 500 families with children in which at least one adult has tested positive.

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