The HARMONY Project will be led from the University of Salamanca and the University Hospital through the IBSAL.

Jesús María Rivas, professor from the University of Salamanca and his team have succeeded at leading the European HARMONY project from Salamanca, provisioned with 40 million euros. Congratulations for the hard work! Well done.

The Biomedical Research Institute of Salamanca (IBSAL), will coordinate a research Project that will draw the European hematological tumor map, using Big Data. A professor from Salamanca, Jesús María Rivas, will lead this project together with Guillermo Sanz Santillana from the La Fe Hospital in Valencia. The program, which will last five years and is provisioned with 40 million euros, will have as its aim the finding of the most effective treatments for hematological tumors, in both children and adults. Additionally, this project is a pioneer in the use of Big Data in the field of health. It will help make a data analysis that will allow for the development of innovative and effective therapies for this type of tumors.



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Juan Manuel Corchado

Full Professor in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, Department of Computer Science and Automation, University of Salamanca, Spain.


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