The Experts' Guide of the University of Oviedo is an initiative aimed at the media which has arisen in order to provide a rigorous and efficient working tool for professionals from the world of information, as well as society at large.
One of its main objectives is to facilitate and promote fluent communication between journalists and researchers at our academic institution so as to foster the public dissemination of the knowledge and scientific and research activities generated within the University of Oviedo. The Guide is also intended as an instrument at the service of society and any institution or company interested in establishing contact with the research community at the University.
More than 500 researchers from all branches of knowledge are included in the University of Oviedo Experts' Guide.
More than 500 professionals from all branches of knowledge at the University of Oviedo are included in this Guide, which provides a search engine where each specialist may be located by means of different fields: name, department, branch of knowledge and keywords (terms related to the expert's field of expertise).
Those researchers and/or lecturers belonging to the University of Oviedo who wish to be included in this Guide just need to include their details on this form and then send it to University of Oviedo Office for Communications.
Some of our experts
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Departamento de Psychology
Area de Sports Psychology
- Burnout syndrome in sports
- Psychological variables in sports injuries
- Psychological evaluation in a sporting context
Departamento de Accounting
Area de Financial Economy and Accounting
- Accounting consolidation
Departamento de Private and Business Law
Area de Civil Law
- Family Law
- Bioethics and Bio Law
Departamento de Philosophy
Area de Science Philosophy and Logic
- Wittgenstein, Ludwig
- Philosophy of language
- Philosophy of mind
Departamento de Cellular Morphology and Biology
Area de Cellular Biology
- Brain Tumours
- Neurodegenerative illnesses
- Development of new products