Results about: PhD students

Cuarta edición del programa para formar médicos en investigación biomédica avanzada

El programa de doctorado denominado PhD4MD, propone investigar en proyectos de cáncer, enfermedades respiratorias y neurodegenerativas durante tres años.

Ya hay ocho médicos haciendo investigación en centros de excelencia de Barcelona y este año se podrán incorporar hasta cuatro investigadores más.

IRB Barcelona “Futuro”, en la tercera edición del #GivingTuesday

  •  El IRB Barcelona participa con la campaña Futuro - La medicina del futuro empieza aquí en el Giving Tuesday del próximo 28 de noviembre.
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“The people who generously donated to the ‘Futur’ campaign are an example of altruism to be followed,” says Elena Meléndez

The academic year began with the arrival of 11 new students to IRB Barcelona’s International PhD Programme—among them Elena Meléndez Esteban (b. Barcelona, 1993), the recipient of the first "IRB Barcelona Futur” PhD fellowship. This fellowship has come about from the campaign with the same name launched by the institute in December 2016 to increase public awareness of the importance of biomedical research and PhD training. “So many people have shown such generosity in supporting the PhD training of a young researcher whom they have never met,” says Elena. 

El IRB Barcelona otorga la primera beca de doctorado impulsada por el altruismo

“IRB Barcelona Futuro” está sostenida con donaciones a la campaña permanente “Futuro” de apoyo a la formación de científicos jóvenes.

La primera beneficiaria es una estudiante de 24 años graduada en Biomedicina y Master en Utrecht y Cambridge.

Más de setecientos expertos en bioquímica y biología molecular participan en la primera edición del congreso FEBS3+

Antonio Zorzano, presidente del congreso FEBS3+, es también jefe de grupo en el Instituto de Investigación Biomédica (IRB Barcelona) y en el CIBER de Diabetes y Enfermedades Metabólicas Asociadas (CIBERDEM).

Personal and professional career development, essential tools for early-career researchers

The Research & Academic Office and Human Resources organised in June two one-day workshops for PhD students and postdoctoral fellows aimed to help young scientists to reflect on their personal strengths and discover their ‘blind spots’. This way, they can increase their self-awareness and be ready for career planning, management and development. Academic career specialist Sarah Blackford has some tricks and tips that might be useful for their next career steps.
 

Doctors and scientists need to speak the same language, say two new PhD4MD fellows

What prompts two medical doctors, after six years of training and five years of specialisation, to pursue a PhD? It’s simple: translational medicine.