Presentación    
COAGULOPATHIES AND ALTERATIONS OF HAEMOSTASIS
Composition
Name
Position
Institution
Víctor Manuel Jiménez Yuste
Jefe de Servicio de Hematología 
Hospital Universitario La Paz
María Teresa Álvarez Román
Facultativo Especialista de Área en Hematología y Hemoterapia
Hospital Universitario La Paz
Nora Viviana Butta Coll
Investigadora Senior (Contrato Miguel Servet- Tipo 2)
Jefe de Laboratorio
Hospital Universitario La Paz
Ihosvany Fernández Bello
Investigador Postdoctoral
Hospital Universitario La Paz
Raquel Fernández Morata
Técnico de Laboratorio
Hospital Universitario La Paz
Elena García Arias-Salgado
Investigadora asociada
Advanced Medical Projects Madrid
Sara García Barcenilla
Coordinadora de Estudios 
Hospital Universitario La Paz
Mónica Martín Salces
Facultativo Especialista de Área en Hematología y Hemoterapia
Hospital Universitario La Paz
Isabel Rivas Pollmar
Médico Adjunto en Hematología
Hospital Universitario La Paz
Strategic Objective
This group’s research activities address various relevant questions in the area of haematology and focus on the characterisation of the genetic and molecular basis of coagulation and haemostatic function. Our group investigates physiological processes such as coagulation, haemostasis, innate immunity, inflammation, cell adhesion and migration, and cell signalling, with special emphasis on their relevance to pathological processes.
In addition, we perform epidemiological studies to facilitate patient data analysis and therapeutic treatment.
Research Lines
1- Haemophilia A and B:
• Genetic and molecular studies in patients with haemophilia A and B
• Risk factors for the development of factor FVIII/FIX inhibitors in patients with haemophilia A and B. Individualised treatment adaptation based on the nature of antigenic epitopes
• Epidemiological studies of congenital haemophilia A and B, acquired haemophilia A and von Willebrand’s disease
2-Haemostasis disorders:
• Haemostasis in thrombocytopenic diseases (immune thrombocytopenic purpura and myelodysplastic syndromes)
• Haemostasis in inflammatory diseases