20 June 2024

New CAML PhD Program in Surgical Oncology Research

This innovative programme is designed to develop future leaders in surgical oncology by combining cutting-edge scientific research with advanced surgical training. It offers a comprehensive and flexible doctoral curriculum for surgical residents, certified surgeons, and cancer-focused gastroenterologists and oncologists.

18 June 2024

What am I looking at? A Skin-deep Secret

We all have freckles and spots on our bodies of different shapes, sizes and textures. Most of these are perfectly safe and healthy, but some are not - knowing how to tell the difference could be life-saving. The CF Dermatology Unit provided this image and, with a little help from AI, let’s find out what we are looking at this week!

17 June 2024

Getting doctors and technologists to talk about artificial intelligence

To familiarise health professionals with the latest artificial intelligence (AI) tools, so that they can apply them in their daily practice for the benefit of patients: this is the aim of the MEDICA AI conference, which will be held on July 16th at the Champalimaud Foundation (CF). The event is organised by the Digital Surgery Lab, a multidisciplinary team from the Breast Unit of the CF led by surgeon Pedro Gouveia.
 

11 June 2024

What am I looking at? A striking mystery

The images created during the daily scientific and medical endeavours at the Champalimaud Foundation can be as beautiful and compelling as any work of art. To the untrained eye, these images might also appear baffling, but, if you know what you’re looking at, they may just reveal information that can spark discoveries, contribute to the improvement of patient quality of life and maybe even alter our understanding of reality.

04 June 2024

What am I looking at? Rainbow Riddle

The images created during the daily scientific and medical endeavours at the Champalimaud Foundation can be as beautiful and compelling as any work of art. To the untrained eye, these images might also appear baffling, but, if you know what you’re looking at, they may just reveal information that can spark discoveries, contribute to the improvement of patient quality of life and maybe even alter our understanding of reality.

28 May 2024

What am I looking at? A ‘U’- shaped Mystery

The images created during the daily scientific and medical endeavours at the Champalimaud Foundation can be as beautiful and compelling as any work of art. To the untrained eye, these images might also appear baffling, but, if you know what you’re looking at, they may just reveal information that can spark discoveries, contribute to the improvement of patient quality of life and maybe even alter our understanding of reality.

21 May 2024

What am I looking at? A Brain Teaser

The images created during the daily scientific and medical endeavours at the Champalimaud Foundation can be as beautiful and compelling as any work of art. To the untrained eye, these images might also appear baffling, but, if you know what you’re looking at, they may just reveal information that can spark discoveries, contribute to the improvement of patient quality of life and maybe even alter our understanding of reality.

16 May 2024

2024 ARVO Champalimaud Vision Award Lecture

Represented by CEO Ahmad Ma'ali and director of development David Dahdal, the laureate organisation, the St John of Jerusalem Eye Hospital Group, made a notable presence, flying in from East Jerusalem to participate in the lecture.

14 May 2024

What am I looking at? Green vs Red

The images created during the daily scientific and medical endeavours at the Champalimaud Foundation can be as beautiful and compelling as any work of art. To the untrained eye, these images might also appear baffling, but, if you know what you’re looking at, they may just reveal information that can spark discoveries, contribute to the improvement of patient quality of life and maybe even alter our understanding of reality.

14 April 2024

Professor Maria de Sousa: an Homage

This Sunday, April 14th, to commemorate four years since her passing, the Champalimaud Foundation honoured the memory of researcher Maria de Sousa, renowned globally as a pivotal figure in the field of Immunology.

The ceremony took place at the Champalimaud Foundation, with the inauguration of an exhibition showcasing an art collection by Pedro Cabrita Reis, representing Maria de Sousa's research and inspired by her curiosity and permanent quest for knowledge.

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