Research

From the ward to the laboratory and back

From patients to experimental models – at the cellular and molecular level – and back to patients, the Institute conducts research to improve people's health and wellbeing. Researchers investigate the functional mechanisms of living organisms, the underlying causes of diseases, and the processes that take place in organisms in the presence of foreign substances. The Institute also evaluates the effectiveness of treatments and preventive measures, as well as of scientific public information campaigns.

Departments & laboratories

Center for health regulatory policies

The Centre promotes independent clinical research and assesses and discusses clinical research methodology, pharmaceutical legislation and health policies, to highlight their limitations and to propose solutions that are useful to the public.

Centre for Health Economics (CESAV)

The centre is involved in health economics and health policy research. The main areas of research are: Economic Evaluation of Health Care Programs and Comparative Health Policy Analysis.

Centro di Ricerche Cliniche per le malattie rare
Aldo e Cele Daccò

Over the years the Mario Negri Institute has created a vast network of collaborations, involving clinical centers, general medical associations, hospitals and universities. This led to important research projects.

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Clinical Trial Registry

The register of clinical trials was created in 2011. The main aims of the register are:
- to ensure transparent and accessible information on clinical research conducted by the Institute
- to promote trial registration and research collaboration among researchers

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Disease Registries

MPGN

The Registry collects clinical data and biological samples of subjects with membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis (MPGN) and C3 glomerulopathy (C3G),   and of their family members, in order to study biochemical and genetic  abnormalities  and improve the possibility of treatment.

HUS/TTP

The Registry collects clinical data and biological samples of subjects with atypical haemolytic uremic syndrome (aHUS) and thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (PTT), and of their family members, with the aim of studying  biochemical  and genetic  abnormalities  and improving the possibility of treatment.

SNRS

Registry collects clinical data and biological samples of subjects with Steroid-Resistant Nephrotic Syndrome (SRNS), and of their family members, with the aim of studying genetic abnormalities and improving the possibility of treatment.


Networks

Networks

Over the years the Mario Negri Institute has created a vast network of collaborations, involving clinical centers, general medical associations, hospitals and universities. This led to important research projects.

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Activities that support research

Animal care unit

The Animal Care Unit ensures that all experiments carried out on laboratory animals are conducted t in compliance with current legislation and according to widely shared international criteria.

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Biological Resources Center

Established in 2014 by the Departments of Oncology and Cardiovascular Research, the Mario Negri Institute Biological Resources Center (BRC) collects and stores biological samples and related data for the purposes of biomedical research.

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Scientific Publications

14.976

scientific publications
updated on 12/31/2018

7.922

articles with impact factor
since 1996 to 12/31/2018

43.891

total impact factor
since 1996 to 31/12/2018

The impact factor (Impact Factor or IF) measures the frequency with which a scientific article is taken over in a given year by other journals. It is the most common method for empirically assessing the importance and credibility of these journals.

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