Institute of Neuroscience researchers have identified the role played by each of the neuronal types in the manifestations of this untreatable children's disease. The research was published in eLife.
Master's degree in Translation and Intercultural Studies
A gateway to employment in the translation and intercultural mediation field or admission to PhD studies.
Taught by highly experienced, internationally renowned professionals and researchers, this master's degree programme is a gateway to employment in the translation and intercultural mediation field or admission to PhD studies.
It offers two specialisations:
- The translation and intercultural mediation specialisation is geared to professional practice. It is particularly suitable for those with no or very little previous training in translation.Students who choose this option will work with an organisation (100 hours) to carry out their final Project.
- The translation studies and intercultural studies specialisation focuses on research. It provides all the necessary preparation for anyone looking to go on to do a PhD.
A number of agreements are in place to enable the programme's students to participate in international exchanges, with all the opportunities and new experiences doing so entails.
Translation and Intercultural Studies
UAB researchers Òscar Vilarroya and Albert Quintana each received the Health Research grant and the CaixaImpulse grant, both under the Research and Innovation Grants and Aids Programme.