On October 7 the Vall d'Hebron Research Institute (VHIR) organizes an interdisciplinary dialogue around research, economics and science.
After achieving an eight-thousand and finding a needle in a haystack, this time we will look at the sky and find a clearing through the clouds. What does a storm mean in science? And in economics? Can we make predictions without creating alarm? Being able to distinguish between a downpour and a tsunami is a challenge that is part of both scientific and economic worlds. To solve all these questions, and the wants that may arise, we have three guests to offer their points of view:
Patricia Pozo-Rosich. Neurologist at the Hospital Universitari Vall d’Hebron and head of the research group of Headache and Neurological pain at VHIR.
Ricard Pujol. Head of the Immunology service at Hospital Universitari Vall d’Hebron and the Immunology research group at VHIR. Research advisor at the ICS.
Vicente Ortún. Dean and professor at the Faculty of Economic Sciences at UPF. Researcher, exdirector and founder of the Centre d’Economia i Salut (CRES).
Lluís Amiguet, journalist, La Contra on La Vanguardia, will moderate the third talk.
Entrance price: 5 euros, registration here.
Further information: Vall d'Hebron Institut de Recerca
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