Dr. Marta Silva, awarded with the prestigious Giotto Prize.

This recognition highlights her valuable contribution to scientific knowledge and emphasizes the Giotto Prize’s commitment to celebrating talent and creativity in all disciplines.

On March 16th, the Catalonia Barcelona Plaza Hotel witnessed the celebration of the third edition of the renowned Giotto Prize, organized by the Rotary Club of Barcelona’92. At this grand event, among the brilliant proposals received, the research presented by Dr. Marta Silva, supported by the Institute of Neuroscience of the University of Barcelona (UBneuro), stood out.

Dr. Silva’s masterful presentation on the “Cognitive processes involved in memory formation” not only captivated the demanding jury but also the attending audience, demonstrating her commitment and excellence in the field of neuroscience.

The awarding of the financial prize, the diploma as a deserving winner, and the special gifts underscored Dr. Silva’s impact on research on memory formation and dynamics. In an emotional speech of gratitude, Marta Silva acknowledged the constant support of the Rotary Club of Barcelona’92 and the Institute of Neuroscience of the UB (UBneuro), highlighting their commitment to scientific innovation.

With this memorable night, the Giotto Prize continues its mission to celebrate talent and creativity in all disciplines. This award, inspired by the legacy of the young Giotto di Bondoni, recognized for revolutionizing Renaissance art with his avant-garde vision, seeks to honor talented young people who excel in their respective disciplines.

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