The winners of 2019 Photo Contest have received their prints

Vall d’Hebron professionals can participate in this contest in two categories: People's Hospital and Scientific Category. Compared to the previous year, in the 2019 edition, participation increased: 115 photographs were submitted and more than 1,500 people voted.


Once again, the winners of the photo contest have picked up their photographs in a printed form. Last year, the names of the authors of the twelve winning photographs in each category in the 2019 edition were announced.

In this contest, professionals from Vall d’Hebron can participate in two categories: “People’s Hospital” category and “Scientific Category”. People’s Hospital category includes daily moments of the general activity of Vall d’Hebron Campus. Photographs have to reflect the relationship between professionals or between professionals and patients and their families in a creative way. The Scientific Category aims to make research known, but also the beauty, plasticity and singularity of the images, parallelism and synergies that are established between science, art and creativity. Each year, two calendars (planning and table formats) are designed with the winning photographs.

In the People’s Hospital category, Dr. Jaume Izquierdo, from the Pediatric ICU, has been the most voted winner thanks to the photograph “Un nou cor per tornar a començar”. In the category of scientific images, Anna Duarri, researcher at the Ophthalmology research group at VHIR, has been the most voted winner the photograph “hiPSC-brain cells”. They both won a Polaroid camera as a prize.


2019 winners were:


Name: Verónica Fernández

Title: Mascaretes amb amor

Name: Equip SEM Pediàtric Vall d'Hebron.

Title: Camí cap a la superació

Name:: Alberto Juanilla.

Title: Snack atop a bloodbank Companyes!

Name: Nadia Rios

Title: Trabajo en equipo

Name: Paula Beneyto

Title: Somnis d’esperança

Name: Jaume Izquierdo

Title: Un nou cor per tornar a començar Mirades entre germans

Name: Cristina Riera

Title: Posa’t la gorra

Name: Marina Macía

Title: El pacient quirúrgic i la importància de la prehabilitació multimodal

Name: Alba Quesada

Title: Fràgil, manipular amb molta cura

Name: Carla Alonso

Title: Jo cuido el planeta, i tu?



Name: Anna Duarri

Title: Neural flowers i  hiPSC-brain cells

Name: Rosa Prieto

Title:  Bosque inundado

Name: Rosa Bartolomé

Title:  Colonias rojas y blancas i Ramillete de levaduras

Name: Patricia Bogdanov, Marta Valeri, Hugo Ramos, Jordi Huerta

Title: Medusa VHIR

Name: Miriam Baqué

Title: Fantasmes

Name: Maite Calucho

Title: Constel·lació de nuclis

Name: Isidre Munné-Bertran

Title: Koilocytes

Name: Miren Bravo

Title: Desembre congelat

Name: Martha Balladares

Title: Un huésped intestinal peligroso. Uncinaria

Name: Victor Puntes

Title: Mons de Cobalt 2


We remind you that the 2020 edition is still open and the last day to apply is November 2.

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