INTERVIEW with Joaquim Gea: "Our students will be highly competitive, and I am sure we will reap the fruits of everyone's efforts"
Professor of physiology in the UPF Department of Experimental and Health Sciences (CEXS) and the current dean of the university's Faculty of Health and Life Sciences. He was recently chosen by the Spanish Society of Pneumology and Thoracic Surgery (SEPAR) to be one of two national representatives to the European Board for Accreditation in Pneumology (EBAP).
The Poblenou campus hosts the 20th Congress of the Spanish Journalism Society
On 13 and 14 June, the Spanish Journalism Society (SEP) held its twentieth congress on Pompeu Fabra University's Poblenou campus, which was entitled "Journalism in the present and the future. Research, teaching and innovation".
Eleven master's degree programmes by UPF receive the International Master's Programme distinction
This distinction from the Government of Catalonia's Universities and Research Secretary will raise the international profile of the master's programmes offered by the university.
Six UPF researchers receive the ICREA Acadèmia recognition
The ICREA has designated six researchers at UPF: José García Montalvo, Louise McNally, José María Micó, Francesc Posas, Núria Sebastián Gallés and Xavier Serra.
REPORT: The inclusion of students with disabilities, a collective challenge
The University Community Assistance Service gives personalized support to nearly ninety students, who have an academic tutor that deals with their special educational needs.
UPF is the most internationalized university in Spain according to the new ranking designed by the CyD Foundation
The new ranking provides a comparison of the work of 39 Spanish universities based on a multidimensional user-driven approach shared by the European Union.
Arcadi Navarro will lead the European Genome-Phenome Archive team
The European Genome-Phenome Archive stores data from 100,000 people from 200 centres and research groups around the world, and is an essential resource for the advancement of personalized medicine.
INTERVIEW with Sydney Brenner: "I'm interested in the science of solving problems"
Sydney Brenner, awarded Nobel Prize 2002 for studying developement and description of programmed cell death, has been awarded an honorary doctorate by the UPF last April, in a ceremony held in the Barcelona Biomedical Research Park Auditorium.
UPF remains the most productive university in the second U-ranking
This ranking, sponsored by the BBVA Foundation and the Ivie institute, analyzes teaching, research and innovation at Spanish universities.
UPF is ranked 15th in Europe according to U-multirank, the new ranking developed by the EU
U-Multirank, promoted and funded by the European Union, aims to be a multi dimensional and user-driven tool.