Graduates (Bachelor or five-year degree) in scientific disciplines (or similar) who have a good working knowledge of written and spoken English.
The course lasts for three years and can be extended for a fourth year.
The didactic program is part of the Institute' training path of excellence in Pharmacology and Toxicology and it is structured on several levels: laboratory activities, Institute and department seminars, laboratory meetings and monographic courses.
The final aim is to train young people to meet the need for highly specialized personnel.
The Institute holds ISO 9001: 2015 certification for "Planning and delivery of specialized training courses in the fields of Biology and Medicine including Continuing Medical Education".
Three scholarship positions are available. Applicants should send an application form to the Training Secretariat (email@example.com) no later than the deadline indicated in the Call (Download > Application).
Admission is decided by the Head of the Training Courses. Candidates' performance will be assessed by reviewing their work, and by evaluating their research aptitudes, commitment to the course as well as attendance at and participation in the institute's training activities and events (seminars, clubs and courses).
At the end of the course, each student will have to present an experimental thesis and discuss it before an Examiners' Commission consisting of an internal examiner and an external examiner, proposed by the Teacher and approved by the Responsible of the didactic activity.
All students who have completed the Course are awarded a Postgraduate Diploma in Pharmacological Sciences (recognised by MIUR - Italian Ministry for Education, University and Research – as equivalent to the PhD).