Hépatinov brings together clinicians, researchers and professors from different hospitals and universities with the objective of developing, in partnership with private companies, innovative therapeutic and diagnostic approaches for hepatic pathologies.

The three-dimensional visualisation of organs helps us to understand the complex anatomy of the liver. The use of virtual reality for surgical planning and simulation as well as medical training and education will revolutionise the development of liver surgery.

Because of its strong association with liver-related morbidity and premature death, fibrosis has become the principal focus in secondary care. This is particularly true in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) which accounts for approximately 25% of all liver diseases.

Artificial intelligence (AI) in health represents multiple technologies which enable machines to sense, comprehend, act and learn so they can perform administrative and clinical healthcare functions.

Regenerative medicine has the potential to heal or replace tissues and organs damaged by disease, trauma or age, as well as to normalise congenital defects.

Hépatinov develops innovative therapeutic
and diagnostic approaches for hepatic pathologies