The Fibrosis Institute

It is a website dedicated to promoting the study of molecular and physiological processes that take part in the development of organ fibrosis and its associated complications.

The Fibrosis Institute (TFI)

Aims to foster a community of researchers, healthcare workers, patients, and caregivers who wish to increase their knowledge of organ fibrosis, promote awareness of this condition, and take part in research collaborations that could lead to potential preventative and therapeutic

Our Mission

The Fibrosis institute offers an online environment with up-to-date evidence-
based information regarding the pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, diagnostic, and therapeutic advances of tissue fibrosis. It is aimed to increase awareness and understanding of this condition among patients, caregivers, health care workers, and investigators around the world.

What is Fibrosis?

Fibrosis is a pathological condition characterized by the excessive accumulation of fibrous connective tissue, primarily composed of collagen, in an organ or tissue. It is a common response to chronic inflammation, tissue injury, or certain diseases. Fibrosis can occur in various organs, including the liver, lungs, kidneys, heart, and skin.

Types of Fibrosis

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Mentors Without Borders

Pursuing a medical career is challenging, especially for those lacking mentorship. Limited training positions and high competition in the U.S. make it harder. “Mentors without Borders” addresses this by offering free mentorship globally, focusing on academic writing and publication skills for aspiring physicians, aiming for expanded outreach and support.

Our Projects

Guest editors Mary Salvatore, MD, MBA and Monica Pernia Marin, MD. There is an increasing body of evidence highlighting the importance of the cellular microenvironment

Edited by Mary Salvatore, MD, MBA In collaboration with The Journal of Translational Medicine, the fibrosis section focuses on gathering high-quality research articles from basic

In a nutshell Pursuing medicine as a career is challenging even for those with high levels of commitment, discipline, and resilience. Many rely on guidance