SEMINAR FROM THE RESEARCH INTO CLINICAL PRACTICE AND PREVENTION BY PROFESSOR FRANCISCO JAVIER NIETO AT UMH UNIVERSITY
Francisco Javier Nieto, director of the Department of Population Health Sciences of the University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA), did last Thursday, February 25 a seminar entitled: “From the research into clinical practice and prevention: the long and winding road of translation”.
The event took place in the Salón de Actos of Severo Ochoa building at 5:00 pm. in the Campus of Sant Joan of Miguel Hernández University (Spain).
What is the career of Francisco Javier Nieto, author of the Seminar “From the research into clinical practice and prevention”?
The professor Nieto is a specialist in the discipline:
- Family and Community Medicine
- Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of Havana
- Master’s degree in Epidemiology
- PhD in Epidemiology from the Johns Hopkins University (USA)
In addition, he has written about 200 journals and several books on epidemiology, cardiovascular diseases, methods and effects on health of disturbances of sleep, etc. Francisco Javier Nieto also collaborates, as an expert on different public health agencies and institutions of study and research of national and international committees.
Which activities are included the Seminar “From the research into clinical practice and prevention”?
The seminar “From research into clinical practice and prevention: the long and winding road of translation” is included inside of the Winter courses of the UMH, specifically in the “Seminars in Health Sciences” and of the Doctoral Program in Public Health, Surgical and Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine of the UMH.
For information about other seminars of the UMH you can click on the following link: seminarisinhealthsciences.edu.umh.es