More than just a thousand words

The EuroEspes Group

The EuroEspes Group, comprised of the EuroEspes Biomedical Research Center, EuroEspes Biotechnology and EuroEspes Publishing, is an international referent in the research, implementation and dissemination of the most innovative breakthroughs in Genomic and Personalized Medicine, in Health Biotechnology and in the development of Therapeutic Bioproducts.

The EuroEspes Medical Center

The EuroEspes Biomedical Research Center, via the Institute of Medical Sciences and Genomic Medicine, provides cutting-edge medical care oriented toward early diagnosis, the prevention of diseases and their individualized treatment based on knowledge of the Human Genome.

World Alzheimer’s Day

On the World Alzheimer’s Day, Dr. Cacabelos stressed the need to increase the prevention and personalization of treatment of this disease by employing the knowledge and tools provided by Genomic Medicine.

Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Dr. Ramón Cacabelos’ comments on one of the most prevalent psychiatric disorders in the child population: Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. The book “Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Epidemiology, Treatment and Prevention” has been published recently, in which Dr. Cacabelos contributed with the longest chapter in the work, devoted to the genomics and pharmacogenomics of the disorder.

We Care for Executives

A protocol targeted at those groups of persons who, due to the performance of their job roles, are subjected to an intense lifestyle. Each individual’s genetics, and everyday occurrences related to their business activity, such as risk decision-making, nutritional imbalance, labor disputes or family problems, occasionally become factors that unleash their health problems.

Neuropsychological assessment

The purpose of neuropsychological assessment, as a subdivision of Clinical Neuropsychology, is to determine a patient’s cognitive, affective and behavioral function by means of the use of standardized tools and specialized protocols. The meticulous interpretation and integration of the information thus gathered is invaluable for the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of an extensive variety of pathologies derived from the affectation of the Central Nervous System.