1: Tratamiento del paciente diabético hospitalizado
2: Consultas neurológicas frecuentes en medicina interna
3: Manejo de la infección periprotésica
Carolina Garcia-Vidal is Senior Specialist in Infectious Diseases Department in Hospital Clínic, Barcelona. She has a contagious enthusiasm as well as a powerful dedication to infectious diseases. She won among others the young investigator award for research by the Spanish Society of Medicine (2009), the young investigator award for research by the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (2014), the ECCMID Fellowship and the EIT Health award 2020 for innovation by the European Union (2021). She is currently member of the Scientific affairs subcommittee at European Society of Clinical Microbiology.
Her research focuses on immunocompromised host infections and respiratory tract infection. Her work is based on clinical research and covers a large range of topics, including among others severe infections in onco-hematologic patients and transplantation (i.e multidrug-resistant infections), fungal infections, COVID19, pneumonia, COPD and infections in patients receiving biological therapies. She has produced much original data, and published more than 200 indexed publications in several prominent journals with more than 7200 citations. Her present Hirsch Index is 46. Global i10 index 112. She has spoken in more than 400 national and international meetings.
In recent months she has started several projects in artificial intelligence as it applies to medicine, becoming a leading source of reference in this field.
Alex Soriano is Consultant of Infectious Diseases in the Infectious
Diseases Department of the Clinical and Provincial Hospital of Barcelona, Spain, since 2001. He studied medicine at the University of Barcelona and completed his residency in Internal Medicine at the Clinical and Provincial Hospital of Barcelona from January 1991 to December 1996. Dr Soriano also obtained a PhD in Medicine from the University of Barcelona in 2006.
Dr Soriano’s main research interest is in severe infections caused by Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria, as well as the diagnosis and treatment of foreign-body infections, with particular interest in prosthetic joint infections. In recent years, Dr Soriano has studied the effectiveness of combination therapy versus monotherapy, using a third-generation cephalosporin in bacteraemic Pneumococcal pneumonia. He has suggested that therapy with a cephalosporin plus a macrolide or a fluoroquinolone is associated with a lower mortality rate compared with β-lactams.
Dr Soriano has also been involved in utilising new antibiotics against Gram-positive bacteria and in the use of antibiotics against erythromycin-susceptible and -resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae. He has authored several book chapters and over 300 peer-reviewed publications, and is currently the Vice President of the European Bone and Joint Infection Society (EBJIS) and Co-editor in Chief of Infectious Diseases and Therapy.
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Sociedad de Medicina Interna del Uruguay
Sociedad de Infectología Clínica del Uruguay
Sociedad Uruguaya de Cardiología
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1- Tratamiento del paciente diabético hospitalizado
2- Consultas neurológicas frecuentes en medicina interna
3- Infecciones asociadas a artroplastias
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