Malta and Warwick agree research and teaching collaboration in Neuroscience

Proposal for Warwick-Malta Ph.D. and M.Sc. research programmes as well as an exhange of staff and researchers within the departments Collaboration will further research in the area of Epilepsy, Alzheimer’s and other disoreders of the central nervous system The University of Malta and University of Warwick have agreed to collaborate on an initiative to promote research and teaching collaborations in the field of Neuroscience between the two universities.In July, Professor Giuseppe Di Giovanni of the University of Malta and Coordinator of the Malta Neuroscience Network, met Dr Martin Spillane, the Warwick Alumni Ambassador to Malta and Warwick Visiting Fellow, and Professor Bruno Frenguelli of the Warwick School of Life Sciences, to discuss a Warwick initiative to promote research and teaching collaboration between the Malta and Warwick Neuroscience communities.Among the initiatives…


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