The course is spread over a three-year period and is characterised by structured training activities (lectures, seminars and formal work-in-progress presentations, individual study and in-depth study) and broadly interdisciplinary research projects, in order to foster interactions and knowledge exchanges between fast-growing fields such as modern biological and biomedical sciences.
The main research areas include: animal biology, molecular bases of physiological and pathological processes, human and veterinary medicine, microbial pathogenicity, infections and autoimmunity, biomedical engineering and artificial intelligence (AI), food and drug production, agricultural and animal husbandry development, environmental protection, animal biodiversity and bioengineering.
The doctorate promotes theoretical-experimental cultural training and multiple interactions with national and international public and private laboratories
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Deadline is 21/07/2023