At Institut Marquès we have a constant desire to keep on researching in order to discover the latest scientific and health advances. Therefore, various institutions and associations from different sectors recognise our work with exceptional prizes.
ASEBIR award 2019 for the research of Institut Marquès about embryo evolution.
At the 10th Congress of the Spanish Association for the study of Reproductive Biology (Asebir) the study “Embryos able to exclude multinucleated cells during blastulation increase their reproductive potential” has received the Asebir Award 2019. Reed more
Dr Marisa López-Teijón was awarded the European Medal for Merit in Work 2019 at the European Association of Economy and Competitiveness in Madrid.
The European Association of Economy and Competitiveness (AEDEEC) has awarded Dr Marisa López- Teijón the European Medal for Merit in Work 2019 in recognition of her brilliant professional career as a Gynaecologist and for her great work as CEO of Institut Marquès. This distinction is awarded based on “optimal compliance with quality standards, customer satisfaction, her trajectory in the healthcare area, among other parameters”. Reed more
Healthcare & Pharmaceutical Award as the best International Centre of Gynaecology, Obstetrics and Assisted Reproduction (GHP Magazine).
This is awarded it is a recognition to its nearly 100 years of existence has succeeded in making a change in the fertility market and has ended up being the best International Reference Centre for Gynaecology, Obstetrics and Assisted Reproduction. Reed more
First Prize of the Area of Interest of Sterility and Infertility, 2019 (35th Congress of the SEGO).
The presentation of the findings of a study about single blastocyst transfer has been awarded at the 35th Congress of the Spanish Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics (SEGO). The study proves that, under optimised conditions within the In-Vitro Fertilization Laboratory, transferring a single embryo in blastocyst stage minimises possible obstetric risks associated to multiple pregnancies and it even improves pregnancy rates. Reed more
Third prize of the French Society of Reproduction, 2019 (21st National Conference of the French Society of Reproduction, SFR).
Being able to watch your embryos from your mobile phone can increase up to an 11% the pregnancy rates. This is the finding of a scientific study by Institut Marquès, presented at the French Society for Reproduction (SFR) congress. This study has been awarded as the third best one, thus placing value to the work of the medical team of Institut Marquès. Reed more
Award Dr Gómez Ulla for Healthcare Excellence 2019.
The Director of Institut Marquès has received the award Dr Gómez Ulla for Healthcare Excellence, granted by the Instituto para la Excelencia Profesional (IEP). This organisation recognises the commitment and passion in their search for excellence of professionals of the medical and pharmaceutical sectors. Reed more
Third prize on the competition for the best scientific contribution at the “Societé de Médecine de la Reproduction” Congress 2018.
The communication “The atmospheric pollution diminishes the blastocysts rate in IVF cycles”. This study obtained the third prize on the competition for the best scientific contribution at the “Societé de Médecine de la Reproduction” Congress, in Montpellier. The study shows how atmospheric pollution adversely impacts on In Vitro Fertilisation. Reed more
“Cordón y el Pin Académico” by the Ilustre Academia de Ciencias de la Salud Ramón y Cajal.
This award acknowledges the Dr. Marisa López-Teijón accomplishments during her professional career in the field of Assisted Reproduction.
“Ultrasound”, the journal of the British Medical Ultrasound Society (BMUS), has published our study entitled “Fetal Facial Expression in Response to Intravaginally Transmitted Music”, an innovative research project on fetal hearing. This is the most downloaded study in Ultrasound. Reed more
Award to the most interesting scientific contribution at the 12th meeting of the Irish Fertility Society.
The communication on the beneficial effects of “Embryomobile” on IVF procedures has been recognised by the Irish Fertility Society at its annual meeting in Dublin.
IGNobel Prize for Medicine, Harvard University
The research of Institut Marquès about music at the beginning of life was recognised at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) at Harvard University. Thanks to this award, the centre has had the opportunity to present its works at the most prestigious universities all over the world, such as the Imperial College in London, the Aarhus University in Copenhagen and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. Reed more
National award: Finalist of best SEGO Work, 2017
The study “Determination of the specific reference values of the Anti-Müllerian Hormone, specifically for Spain” was awarded by the Spanish Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics during its annual meeting. Reed more