Dissemination is a very important aspect of the scientist’s work today, as it focuses not only on the scientific discoveries of the moment, but also on entire fields of scientific knowledge.
Dissemination typically entails sharing our results with other scientists in our specialist field, but it can also involve bringing science closer to the non-specialist general public. In this sense, it can cover any activity that seeks to explain and publicize the latest advances in different areas of knowledge.
This blog emphasises the importance of scientific dissemination in research centres as an opportunity for opening up new avenues of knowledge and learning. With this in mind, we would like to welcome you to our new blog in which we offer accessible information about the Final Master’s Theses carried out by the students of the Master’s Degree in Research, Development, Control and Innovation of Medicines at the University of Granada.
This blog is addressed to all of you. To anyone interested in finding out more about a wide range of different aspects of pharmaceutical science, from geology applied to pharmacy, pharmaceutical technology, drug development, the development of anti-tumour drugs, biotechnology, etc.
The theses described in this blog are classified by areas of knowledge, as well as by academic years and authors, so that you can go directly to the fields that most interest you.
This blog also offers you the chance to learn more about the different lines of research offered by the Master in Research, Development, Control and Innovation of Medicines. These form part of the wider research programme in pharmaceutical sciences in which the University of Granada and associated research centres are currently engaged.
Pharmaceutical science is a very wide area covering a large number of smaller fields, hence the variety of subjects explored in the different Final Master’s Theses described here. As a result, this blog covers a whole array of topics relating, among others, to biology, cosmetics, research on chemical and biotechnological drugs, nanotechnology and probiotics.
We hope you enjoy this new adventure in the exciting field of PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES.
WHO ARE WE?
This blog is part of the Basic Teaching Innovation and Good Practices Project 21-55 (Phase 2) of the FIDO Plan and the Teacher Training and Innovation Plan 2020-2022 of the University of Granada (UGR).
Members of the project:
- Anabel Torrente López (Project Coordinator): PhD student on the Doctoral Programme in Pharmacy of the UGR. FPU predoctoral fellow (Conv. 2018) at the Dept. of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences (UGR).
- Adolfina Ruiz Martínez: University Professor in the Dept. of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Technology, Faculty of Pharmacy (UGR). Coordinator of the Master in Research, Development, Control and Innovation of Medicines.
- Manuel Sánchez Polo: Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy and University Professor of the Dept. of Inorganic Chemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy (UGR).
- Luis Cuadros Rodríguez: Professor of the Dept. of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Science (UGR).
- Francisco Javier Pérez Heredia: Graduate in Computer Engineering (UGR).
- María de la Luz Cádiz Gurrea: Ramon and Cajal Research Programme at the Dept. of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences (UGR).
- Natalia A. Navas Iglesias: University Professor in the Dept. of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences (UGR).