Graduation of the V promotion of Master's Degree in design Galenic and Manufacturing in the Pharmaceutical Industry.
During the academic ceremony, the award was awarded to the best work final de Master's Degree (TFM) of 3P Biopharmaceuticals.
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On September 30, the closing ceremony of the Master's Degree in design Galenic and Manufacturing in the Pharmaceutical Industry (MDGFI) of the School Pharmacy and Nutrition was held. 9 students completed the program after a year of internships in a number of companies of reference letter in the sector.
Enrique Ordieres, President of Cinfa Laboratories, gave the closing address lecture "The value of national drug manufacturing in the XXI Century. The Cinfa example". "Our motto, 'We are moved by life', summarizes our essence and our commitment to make health accessible to all". In this regard, he explained the company's commitment to sustainability and care for the environment: "We take care of our surroundings, with the highest certifications of management environmental, and we have our own Energy Efficiency Plan and various consumption initiatives manager and Economics circular to reduce the impact of our activity". He also explained Cinfa Teaming, a team micro-donation initiative in which all those workers who wish to do so contribute one euro from their monthly paycheck to support social projects. Finally, he stressed the importance of the ethical exercise of the profession, "in all professional activity, in decision-making, in the relationship with human teams, in the actions carried out to achieve the proposed objectives, etc. Professionalism is a moral duty of every professional".
Likewise, Dámaso Molero, General Manager of 3P Biopharmaceuticals, awarded the award to the best work end of Master's Degree (TFM) to the student Claudia Barranco del Pino, for her work graduate , "Implantación de un quality control standards para la fabricación de comprimidos flotantes de famotidina 40mg".
To conclude, the Associate Dean of postgraduate program of the School, Juan Manuel Irache, congratulated the graduates of Master's Degree stressing that, "now it is up to you to continue on your way, take on new responsibilities, apply what you have learned and continue to deepen and improve as professionals and as people," he said. He also reminded them that "this is forever your home as alumni of the University, so we will be delighted to hear from you, to know and applaud your successes and to accompany you in your most complicated moments, which will also be there".