Fondazione
Ri.MED

The Ri.MED Foundation was established in 2006 with an international partnership between the Italian Government, the Presidency of the Region of Sicily, the Italian National Research Council (CNR), the University of Pittsburgh (UP) and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC).

The goal of Ri.MED, located in Palermo, is to promote, support, and conduct biotech and biomedical research projects to rapidly transfer innovative results in the clinical practice. Ri.MED intends to pursue this goal:

  • Increasing scientific knowledge in biotechnology applied to the progress and to the benefit of the community
  • Training scientific, technical, and administrative staff
  • Creating and managing biotech research laboratories

The Biomedical Research and Biotechnology Center (BRBC) in Carini, Palermo, is the first project designed to accomplish the Foundation’s goals.The land where the BRBC will be built was provided by the Region of Sicily.

NEWS
ISPeMI: from biomedical research to human health
Sicilian outstanding skills
04/29/2014 - 5 X MILLE
Elenco Idonei in ordine di merito
Elenco ammessi, data, orario e sede colloqui
Elenco ammessi, data, orario e sede colloqui
(Scadenza 31/07/2014) Selezione per la figura di "Coordinatore Didattico"
07/2014 - Identification of miRNAs differentially expressed in human epilepsy with or without granule cell pathology
Silvia Zucchini; Gianluca Marucci; Beatrice Paradiso; Giovanni Lanza; Paolo Roncon; Pierangelo Cifelli; Manuela Ferracin; Marco Giulioni; Roberto Michelucci; Guido Rubboli; Michele Simonato
P. Cifelli
Neuroscience - PLOS ONE -
Affiliation Ri.MED
07/2014 - From single fiber to macro-level mechanics: A structural finite-element model for elastomeric fibrous biomaterials
A. D'Amore, N. Amoroso, R. Gottardi, C. Hobson, C, Carruthers. S. Watkins, W. Wagner, M. Sacks.
A. D'Amore
Tissue Engineering/ Regenerative Medicine - Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials - in press
Affiliation Ri.MED
06/2014 - Phase I-II Matched Case-Control Study of Human Fetal Liver Cell Transplantation for Treatment of Chronic Liver Disease
Pietrosi G, Vizzini G, Gerlach J, Chinnici C, Luca A, Amico G, D Amato M, Conaldi PG, Petri SL, Spada M, Tuzzolino F, Alio L, Schmelzer E, Gridelli B.
C. Chinnici
Tissue Engineering/ Regenerative Medicine - Cell Transplantation -
Affiliation Ri.MED
06/2014 - Regional Variation of Wall Shear Stress in Ascending Thoracic Aortic Aneurysms
Rinaudo A, Pasta S
S. Pasta
Tissue Engineering/ Regenerative Medicine - Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of Engineering in Medicine -
Affiliation Ri.MED
FONDAZIONE Ri.MED Sede legale: Via Bandiera 11 - 90133 Palermo - Tel +39 091 3815681 - Fax +39 091 3815682 - Codice Fiscale 97207790821 - P.IVA 06317780820
Iscritta alla Prefettura di Palermo nel Registro delle Persone Giuridiche al n. 258 parte I e pag. 411 parte II