Today, scientific conferences in medicine conclude with a keynote

The 15th Conference on Scientific Communication in the Health Sciences will culminate today with the thesis of Master of Science in Policy and Management, Lucas Lucillo. It is organized by the Faculty of Medicine of the National University of the Northeast (Unne) and is developed in a virtual format.

Similarly, the Faculty of Medicine’s Science and Technology Secretariat explained that during the exhibitions, he will be able to see about 100 electronic posters of scientific works by regional and regional research professors, Latin American countries and scholarship holders. .

These scientific conferences started yesterday, and a total of 11 tables were held for exhibitions and discussions of the research work developed by this and other postgraduate houses. After the Luchilo Conference, scheduled for 3:00 p.m., awards will be given for outstanding work.

Lucas Lucilo is Professor of History and MA in Science and Technology Policy and Management (UBA).

He is currently a researcher and coordinator in the field of higher education for the Networking Center for Science, Development and Higher Education.

He teaches undergraduate and graduate degrees at the Universities of Buenos Aires, General Sarmiento, Technique Nacional and Belgrano. His area of ​​expertise is human resources in science, technology and higher education.

In recent years, he has worked in the field of mobility and migration of scientists and engineers and in the positions of professionals with PhDs.

Participate in projects on human resource indicators in science and technology. Likewise, his field of interest extends to the organizational and institutional administrative aspects of scientific and technological activities.

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