PhD program in Molecular and regenerative medicine
Life

XXXV cycle - 2019/2020

Duration 3 years
Position 13 position available - 6 scholarships
Director/Coordinator Prof. Michele De Luca
PhD website » www.mrm.unimore.it/site/home.html
Nota Three different selection procedures:
- one for 5 positions with scholarship, 3 positions without scholarship, 3 positions financed by apprenticeship contract for advanced training of three years;
- one for 1 position with scholarship on specific topic indicated by the Call.
- one for 1 position with a three-year research grant funded on the international project BORGES - Horizon 2020.
Admission Expiration date 20/06/2019 at 13:00
Call for admission
Final ranking Published 26/07/2019
Ranking
Enrollment deadline 05/08/2019 at 15:30:00
Attachments

Scientific areas

BIO/10 (Biochemistry), BIO/11 (Molecular Biology), BIO/13 (Applied Biology), BIO/16 (Human Anatomy), BIO/17 (Histology), BIO/18 (Genetics), MED/04 (General Pathology), MED/06 (Medical Oncology), MED/08 (Pathological Anatomy), MED/09 (Internal Medicine), MED/11 (Cardiovascular Diseases), MED/15 (Blood Diseases), CHIM/02 (Physical Chemistry), ING-IND/34 (Industrial Bioengineering)

Admission requirements

Italian second level degree (laurea specialistica, under D.M. 509/99 or laurea magistrale, under D.M. 207/04) or Italian degree obtained prior to D.M. 13 509/99 or equivalent qualification obtained abroad.
More information available in the Call.

Description

The PhD Program in Molecular and Regenerative Medicine offers doctoral students the opportunity to develop a research project, over a three-year period, to answer important scientific questions in the field of Biomedicine. An interdisciplinary and international environment, with cycles of lectures and seminars held in English, allows PhD students to exploit and combine different scientific approaches, with the aim of developing new diagnostic and prognostic tools or therapeutic approaches based on an advanced understanding of molecular mechanisms and cellular at the base of human diseases.
The PhD Program includes two scientific curricula: Molecular and Regenerative Medicine and Nanotechnologies and Modeling for Industrial Biomedical Applications. The topics of study offered to PhD students are: cellular and animal models of pathology, mechanisms of regulation of gene expression, pathophysiology and molecular diagnostics, pathological morphology and histo-cytopathological diagnosis, applied bioinformatics, experimental oncology, innovative therapies in molecular medicine, engineering tissue, biosensors, materials for implantable organic bioelectronics, nanotechnologies, molecular modeling, neuroelectronic interfaces, resolution of protein structures of medical interest.
The preparation acquired with this training course, also through the possibility of benefiting from High Apprenticeships grants, represents the preferential way to undertake research and development activities not only in the University or in Public and Private Research Institutions, but also in Industries in the area of health, pharmaceutical and biomedical products.
Finally, the possibility to work in laboratories actively included into international networks, facilitates the possibility of carrying out periods for further studies (post-doc training) in prestigious foreign laboratories.

Duration

Three years (01/11/2019 - 31/10/2022)

Venue

The course venue is at Modena.

Announcement

» Call for admission and changes

» Selection committees

» Final ranking

Based on a rigorous selection process, applications are processed once a year. The admissions will be open in May 2018 (refer to the Calls).

More documentation

» Guide for admission application to Ph.D. programmes

Please complete the application form and submit it electronically following the application guide. A non-returnable administrative fee of 25 € will be charged. The decision on admission as well as on financial support is published on the web.

Contact office

For further information please contact:
Master and PhD Office
via Università, 4 - 41121 Modena
e-mail: segr.postlaurea@unimore.it
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