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CIPF - Centro Investigación Príncipe Felipe
The Príncipe Felipe Research Center Foundation (CIPF) is a biomedical research institution whose staff and collaborators strive every day to achieve valuable medical advances that will benefit everyone’s health. Most of its work focuses on some of the most common and important diseases in today’s society—illnesses that still urgently require new scientific insights and expanded treatment options: cancer, neurodegenerative diseases, metabolic diseases such as diabetes, and rare diseases.
The institution currently carries out its main scientific activity within the framework of four scientific programs, managed through eighteen research groups. The research undertaken at the CIPF aims to increase the critical mass of key knowledge available to the scientific community by taking full advantage of our resources. Our goal is to increase the generation of high-impact biomedical knowledge, thereby making advances that constitute true scientific milestones, and producing results that will be transferable to applications in the health system.
The CIPF is a private scientific foundation which was established on 27 December, 1990 by the Generalitat Valenciana and the Caja de Ahorros de Valencia. It was previously known as the Valencian Foundation for Biomedical Research and its predecessor was The Institute of Cytological Research (1966).