36 new students start a Master's Degree in the School of Sciences
26 students start the Master's Degree in research Biomedical and 10 the Master's Degree in Computational Methods in Science.
14 | 09 | 2022
Last Tuesday, September 13, the opening ceremony of the XIV edition of the Master's Degree in research Biomedical and the closing ceremony and submission of diplomas of the XIII edition were held at the classroom Magna of the Central Building of the University. The event was attended by Inmaculada Pascual, Vice-Dean of postgraduate program of the School of Sciences, who welcomed the attendees, and Luis Enjuanes, professor of research of the committee Superior Council for Scientific Research (CSIC), who gave the session "The study of viruses: experiences of a scientist".
The program starts this year with 26 students enrolled, mostly from Spain (20 students from Navarra, Barcelona, Salamanca, Bilbao and Madrid) while 6 are international students (United Kingdom, Colombia, Dominican Republic and Costa Rica). Of the students enrolled 10 are studying the specialization program in Cancer, 9 are studying Regenerative Medicine and Advanced Therapies, 3 are studying Neuroscience and Cognition, and 4 are studying research Translational.
On the other hand, on Monday, September 12 at 12:00 pm, the closing ceremony of the II edition and the opening of the III promotion of the Master's Degree in Computational Methods in Science was held. The event took place at the auditorium of the Sciences Building and was attended by Inmaculada Pascual, Vice-Dean of postgraduate program of the School, and Antonio Pineda, Deputy Director of the Cima University of Navarra, who spoke on "Challenges and opportunities for the research biomedical in the context of the Strategy 2025 of the University of Navarra". In this second edition, 10 students participated, 8 from Spain (Pamplona, Vigo, Madrid and Lleida) and 2 from abroad (United States and Nicaragua).