Study of the hepatic and renal toxicity caused by the sevoflurane 2.5% administration during long- term sedation procedures in animal model
Qualification: Excellent “cum laude” unanimously
Year of defense: 2012

Director(s): Dr. Francisco Javier Belda, Dr. Marina Soro

Name of the doctoral candidate: Lucía Gallego Ligorit

Title of the research project from which the thesis was derived: “Study of the hepatic and renal toxicity caused by the sevoflurane 1.5% and 2.5% administration during long- term sedation procedures in animal model”.

Project main researcher: Marina Soro

Study of the inflammatory response in different coronary revascularization surgery strategies
Qualification: Excellent
Year of defense: 2012

Director(s): Dr. Joaquín Ortega, Dr. Rosario Vicente

Name of the doctoral candidate: Irene León Carsi

Title of the research project from which the thesis was derived: “Study of the inflammatory response in different coronary revascularization surgery strategies”.

Project main researcher: Irene León Carsi

Predictive capacity of a liquid sevoflurane continuous infusion system by means of the AnaConDa system
Qualification: Excellent “cum laude” unanimously
Year of defense: 2011

Director(s): Dr. Francisco Javier Belda, Dr. Marina Soro, Jesús Egido de los Ríos

Name of the doctoral candidate: Rafael Badenes Quiles

Title of the research project from which the thesis was derived: “Predictive capacity of a liquid sevoflurane continuous infusion system by means of the AnaConDa system”.

Project main researcher: Rafael Badenes Quiles

Sedation model adaptation with liquid sevoflurane inhaled in lungs with experimental ARDS. Study of the immunomodulatory effect
Qualification: Excellent “cum laude” unanimously
Year of defense: 2011

Director(s): Dr. Marina Soro, Dr. Bruno Camps

Name of the doctoral candidate: Dr. Carlos Ferrando Ortolá

Title of the research project from which the thesis was derived: “Sedation model adaptation with liquid sevoflurane inhaled in lungs with experimental ARDS. Study of the immunomodulatory effect”.

Project main researcher: Dr. Carlos Ferrando Ortolá