Innovation at IGTP
The Can Ruti Campus is a multidisciplinary space, where several biomedical institutions that produce leading scientific research at both national and international level are located. The synergies they produce have created a unique ecosystem for the development of innovation projects.
On campus the different institutions promote translational medicine and professionals carry out research, foster innovative ideas and generate knowledge designed to meet unmet clinical needs. This atmosphere has led the Innovation Unit of the Germans Trias i Pujol Research Institute to create a technology transfer model based on:
- Promotion of a culture of innovation among researchers that encourages motivating work environments, favors the generation of ideas, creativity, collaborations between professionals and an entrepreneurial vocation.
- The provision of a program to support projects with transfer potential, which allows their valorization and facilitates their transfer and an economic return for the Institute.
- The promotion of an open innovation model that complements the skills and technologies developed at the IGTP and establishes collaborations with other centers, companies and service providers
- Consolidation of the leadership of the Institute in research and innovation and promotion of its international projection.
The annual indicators of the Institute show the growth of innovative proposals in recent years, proposals that are meeting some of the great challenges of R+D+i. With 8 spin-offs, more than 160 active patents and approximately 30 licensing agreements, we are positioned as a center of reference and excellence in innovation in health.
The innovation model we use at the IGTP aims to catalyze and energize the projects that need to be commercialized. Through our program we support researchers in matters of validation of opportunities, funding, intellectual protection or transfer strategy.
Innovation in the IGTP in figures
Technology offer portfolio
Last innovation news
Hyposfix, a new medical device to improve paediatric urological surgeries, has been developed by researchers at Germans Trias Hospital, with support from IGTP
The expertise and innovation spirit of researchers at Germans Trias Hospital's Paediatric Surgery Service has resulted in a new medical device for the treatment of hypospadias: Hyposfix, a urological separator-fixator. This device, which will be launched to market soon, is the result of an idea and a project led at Germans Trias i Pujol Research Institute (IGTP).
CMCiB participates in the preclinical studies of Rob Surgical's surgical robot, the first one designed and manufactured in Catalonia
The centre reaches a milestone in its track-record by adding the first Good Laboratory Practice study in its portfolio where the tested product at the centre will reach clinical trials in humans in accordance with international Good Clinical Practice.