Universitat Rovira i Virgili

Biomedicine - Introduction



Dr Natàlia Ferré Pallàs   natalia.ferre(ELIMINAR)@urv.cat
Dr Natàlia Ferré Pallàs (president)   Dr Marçal Salvadó Artells (secretary)
Dr Sandra Parra Pérez   Dr Jorge Salas Salvadó
Dr Josepa Gené Díaz   Dr Francesc Sureda Batlle
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Health is one of the main concerns of most population, therefore any measure intended to preserve, improve or reestablish it is more than justified. In this sense, research at the highest level is one of the most effective measures for this purpose. The objective of the doctoral programme in Biomedicine is to train future health sector professionals who can generate knowledge in the field of human physiopathology, but also professionals who are aware of the fundamental role of research and the scientific method in their future work, whether or not they choose research as a career. A good research training allows graduates to solve problems logically and systematically and provides opportunities for lifelong learning. The doctoral programme ensures that the students acquire the knowledge and technical skills for research, divulgation and/or communication, that they understand the mechanisms and procedures for managing research, and that they are able to apply these procedures reliably in their professional practice.

Disciplines related to health care and public health: