PhD in Pharmacology
The PhD programmes include research training that is both transferrable and specific to the area of each programme and consists of both compulsory and optional activities.
All the activities that the PhD student must complete are recorded in an activities document, but in any case there are compulsory activities that must be completed in the first academic years. It may also include transferrable activities offered by the same university.
Other professional who are not PhD holders may participate in these activities as long as they hold a relevant qualification in the corresponding area.
The activities programmed for this PhD are as follows:
- Attendance at seminars or conferences given or organised by experts in the field of knowledge
- Presentation of a paper or poster at a national or international conference
- Production of a research article sent to a high impact scientific journal
- Presentation of a seminar about the research project
- Participation in workshops or courses for methodological specialisation
- Participation in meetings or the design of a research project
- Teaching support (grant holders and clinical associates)
- Attendance at doctoral working groups
- Participation in doctoral workshops
- Language skills course for scientific communication
- Hospital session
- Training course for research staff using animals for experiments
- Radioactive installations course
- Research periods in public or private foreign research centres
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