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The Miguel Hernández University of Elche to confer cartoonist Forges as Doctor Honoris Causa

The Miguel Hernández University of Elche to confer cartoonist Forges as Doctor Honoris Causa

The Executive Board of the Miguel Hernández University (UMH) of Elche has approved to confer cartoonist Antonio Fraguas de Pablo, better known as Forges, as Doctor Honoris Causa. The investiture is to take place on October 3, the opening day of the 2014/2015 academic year. José Juan López Espín, a UMH faculty member and Director of the Office for Communication, Marketing and the Press of the university, is to sponsor the new Doctor Honoris Causa.

Child maltreatment influences alcohol consumption in adolescents

Child maltreatment influences alcohol consumption in adolescents

A study coordinated by Jorge Manzanares, Professor of Pharmacology at the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH), shows that child maltreatment, whatever its form, produces functional brain changes that increase vulnerability to alcohol consumption when reaching adolescence. The results determined that the brains of some young abused people perceived the intake of substances positively and were not able to perceive the risks associated with this addictive behavior.

The Miguel Hernández University participates in a study that associates the Mediterranean diet with a 30% reduction in the risk of breast cancer

The Miguel Hernández University participates in a study that associates the Mediterranean diet with a 30% reduction in the risk of breast cancer

The Nutritional Epidemiology Unit at the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH), led by Professor Jesús Vioque, has participated in a study that associates the Mediterranean diet with a 30% reduction in the risk of breast cancer. The study, published in the British Journal of Cancer, was led by researchers Adela Castelló and Marina Pollán from the National Centre for Epidemiology at the Institute of Health Carlos III.

A brain interface allows patients with hemiplegia to conduct rehabilitation exercises through a robotic exoskeleton

A brain interface allows patients with hemiplegia to conduct rehabilitation exercises through a robotic exoskeleton

Seventy-five percent of the patients with hemiplegia who have undergone tests at the Hospital of Alicante with a robotic arm or exoskeleton have managed to move it through a brain interface. Participating in this project, called Brain2Motion, are researchers from the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH), the Cajal Institute at the Spanish National Research Council of Madrid, and the Hospital of Alicante. This system is an improvement for the patients, as they are involved cognitively to carry out the movement, and they are capable of moving the affected limb voluntarily.

 

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