What is the OPRI: 

The International Project Office (OPRI) is an office linked to the Vice-rectorate of Research, responsible for the management of international research projects at UCAM.

The OPRI was founded to strengthen the collaboration between our partners all around the world in the field of research. The unit was established in 2012 and has built strong alliances in 36 countries in which the university has to date participated in 53 projects.

The internationalization of the Catholic University of Saint Anthony, through the OPRI, is directed towards all of the university community, researchers as well as students. A total of 218 students have participated already in projects in a variety of countries all over the continent.

Currently we are leading international projects like “EUROLAB-4HPC”, “ACDDTHPC” and “LIFE” in the area of computational bioinformatics and waste water treatment inside the calls Horizon 2020, 7FP and LIFE.

UCAM also has been awarded a postdoctoral Marie Curie with the project “POCBIOPEP” related to the study of cellular markers in blood from the intake of POrk Cured BIOactive PEPtides. Likewise, the UCAM, recognized by European institutions for its work in research and management of sports projects, such as dual career (education + sport) is coordinating the projects “ESTPORT” and “SPIIS” inside the call Erasmus+ Sport.

Greetings from the Director: 
Pablo Cano

Dr.D. Ángel Pablo Cano Gómez.

Director OPRI

UCAM considers the international communication as the key for its growth and in achieving great results together with the advancing contribution in all scientific areas. With the OPRI, UCAM is aligned with the R&D policies of the European Union and the Ministry of Science and Innovation.

Increasing international presence UCAM in the European Union through participation in knowledge networks, technological and scientific platforms, dissemination seminars, technical conferences and other events promoting R&D organized by the EU, with the presence of renowned professionals.

We also offer our researchers an information and advice service to start new lines with external collaborations that contribute to increase the visibility and quality of their work.