Metodología del ensayo clínico

On January 17, 1990, the Esteve Foundation organized the round table Clinical trial methodology with the purpose of clarifying and unifying the basic criteria for good clinical trial performance in our country. The submissions presented during this event are gathered in Dr. Antonio Esteve’s Monograph number 11. Among others, the topics discussed were practical problems… 1990

Biotecnología de aplicación farmacéutica

A group of Spanish investigators from universities, healthcare sector, hospital centers and the pharmaceutical industry participated in the round table Biotechnology in pharmaceutical application to make their experimental work known. The objective was to analyze the scientific development of biotechnology in the pharmaceutical field, to describe the advances made and to design new strategies for… 1989

1st Award: Activation and desensitization of presynaptic alpha2-adrenoceptors after inhibition of neuronal uptake by antidepressant drugs in the rat vas deferens

In the year 1989, the Esteve Foundation started a new activity: Research Prizes would be awarded biennially to the best work on pharmacological research performed by Spanish authors and published in a scientific journal. The jury of this first call, formed by Profs. Gerhard Levy (United States), Walter Osswald (Portugal) and Sergio Erill (Spain), decided… 1989

Perspectivas terapéuticas en la esclerosis múltiple

Few diseases affecting the central nervous system spur interest like multiple sclerosis does. The round table Therapeutic perspectives in multiple sclerosis, held on January 17, 1989, resulted in a therapeutic approach of this disease from the different related fields of knowledge. The submissions included in Dr. Antonio Esteve’s Monograph number 9 were coordinated by Jorge… 1989

Dose-response relationships in clinical pharmacology

The third international symposium organized by the Esteve Foundation was held on October 12-15, 1988 in Majorca and focused on dose-response relationships in clinical pharmacology. This finding, i.e. a clear relationship between the dose or concentration of a drug and a given effect, is considered to be a reliable way of attributing the action of… 1988