Banco Sabadell Foundation has awarded four scholarships to four students in the fourth edition of the Master’s Degree in Translational Biomedical Research at Vall d’Hebron Institut de Rercerca (VHIR).
This Master’s Degree is oriented towards training young researchers by teaching them scientific and medical skills in order for them to contribute to future breakthroughs in biomedical research. The Master’s Degree is aimed at research, offering access to the PhD and it also offers the students the possibility of choosing the area of biomedicine they wish to specialise in, whilst they carry out their training in the laboratory.
At the end of the course the students will be able to understand the methodological, regulatory, logistic and ethical components of translational and clinical research, designing experiences and identifying the opportunities to convey the fruits of their hard work to the industry. This is in addition to developing a profound knowledge and a critical vision of the main challenges faced by biomedical researchers.