The Doctoral Programme in Advanced Biotechnology is structured into eight general lines of research supported by teams (one per line) of respected, established researchers with a considerable level of funding (46 active projects awarded in competitive calls). They include a total of 54 national and foreign doctoral researchers who belong to the University of Málaga (39 researchers), the Spanish National Research Council (7), the Spanish Oceanographic Institute (1), the CIBER-obn (1), and various foreign universities and centres of research (6) (USA, Portugal, Chile, Mexico, UK, Germany). Its main lines of research are centred around bioengineering and tissue regeneration, neurogenesis, glutamatergic neurotransmission, plant-pathogen interaction, plant biotechnology, and fruit and vegetable species biotechnology and improvement, aquatic systems biotechnology, and aquatic plants ecophysiology.

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