The PhD programme in Science and Technology of Bio and Nanomaterials will start from September 2018 in partnership with the Department of Molecular Science and Nanosystems (DSMN) and The National Cancer Institute (Centro di Riferimento Oncologico, CRO) in Aviano (PN).
The Students will have the opportunity to develop their own research projects in the scientific structures of CRO and of DSMN.
Laboratories at DSMN are provided with chemical hoods to conduct synthesis of organic and inorganic materials and modern analytical equipment. Departmental laboratories are also available for the use of advanced analytical instruments such as transmission and scanning electron microscopes (TEM and SEM), multinuclear NMR spectrometers, atomic force microscopes. New laboratories for molecular and cellular biology research include outstanding platforms for molecular and cellular biology studies such as: cell culture hoods, CO2 incubator, real-time PCR, Fluorescence Microscope, flow cytometry cell analyser, fluorescence-activated cell sorting (FACS) system, Gel Doc imaging instrument and documentation system, Digital Dispenser for multiple reactions, Plate reader for absorbance, fluorescence and luminescence.
The scientific area library (BAS) and Ca' Foscari Digital Library permit the access to the network of the most widely used databases and scientific journals.
Laboratories in CRO are equipped to train graduate students in advanced experimental studies in the various fields of chemistry, biology, and molecular and transversal medicine. Every single CRO laboratory is provided with basic and advanced equipment, organized in core facilities, such as the latest DNA sequencer, imaging and flow cytometry. The Scientific Library is specialized in oncology and related biomedical sciences.
The programme is taught entirely in English. Students need to have an English language proficiency of at least B2 level.
Yearly the call for applications is published during the spring. .
Info for application: firstname.lastname@example.org
Educational Aims and Research Themes: more informations in the attached document.
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