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The research unit in Translational Neuroscience has been created
[31/07/2018]

The UAB and the Parc Taulí Foundation signed a collaboration agreement which officially recognises the Area of Neuroscience and Mental Health of the Parc Taulí Institute for Research and Innovation as a UAB-associated research centre, and constituted the new mixed research unit in Translational Neuroscience. Thanks to this collaboration, the Institute and the Area of Neuroscience and Mental Health of the I3PT will strengthen their joint research. More information

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The students of the Neuroscience Master's Degree will present their final master thesis
[02/07/2018]

Next July 16th some of the students of the Neurosciences Official Master will present their final master thesis. It will take place from 8:30am to 2pm at the C5/125 and C5/127 rooms, in the Biosciences building.

In this master program they learn the basics of the structure and functions of central and peripheral nervous system, the neurobiology of cognition and behaviour, and the physiopathology and regeneration of neurological diseases. In addition, they also improve their laboratory and scientific communication skills.

As an important part of the program, students have to accomplish an experimental project within an active research group of the Institut de Neurociències. Next 16th some of them will present these projects. Check the list

Barcelona Science Festival 2018
[12/06/2018]

The 12th Barcelona Science Festival was celebrated at the Ciutadella Park last weekend, organized by the Barcelona City Council. Once again, researchers from our institute shared with the public the work they are doing at their laboratories and had the chance to answer people’s doubts and questions.

Dr. Esther Dalfó, from the Cell Signaling research group, talked about how C. elegans, a small worm, can be an efficient animal model to study neurodegeneration. Aina Calls, Maria Puigdomènech and Alba Sànchez, PhD students of the Neuroregeneration and Plasticity research group, showed the role women had had in neuroscience throughout history; and Joan Jiménez, student of our PhD program at Vall d’Hebron Research Institute, explained the relationship between cardiovascular and cerebral health.

Despite the chances of rain, thousands of people went to the Park during the weekend, to learn about Science and to know about the research that is been done in Barcelona.

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