- Duration: 4 years
- Awarding bodies: University of Milan
- Location: Campus IFOM-IEO and CIMaINa Milan
- Coordinator of the program: Paolo Milani
- Collaborations: Italian Institute of Technology (IIT)
This course is open to students having a degree in the sciences especially to chemists physicists, biologists and biotechnologists. It aims to train students in the use, development and integration of a nanotechnology approach in the medical sciences.
- Research topics:
Cell Arrays, Micro and Nanopatterning, Drug delivery, Hybrid Bio/Artificial Interfaces, Single molecule interactions, Nanosensors, Imaging technologies, Microarrays and Biochips
Three tutorial profiles are foreseen for each PhD student:
The Supervisor is the scientific head of the laboratory, who will supervise the work of the student during his/her PhD period.
The Internal Co-supervisor is chosen among the faculty members and will contribute in tutoring the student.
The External Co-supervisor is a foreign expert, who will provide advice at critical stages of the project and meet the student at least once during his/her PhD period.
- Training offered:
Courses: Courses will cover, among other topics, advanced imaging technologies and material sciences and will allow students to have hands-on experience with nano-sensors, biochips and robotics.
Seminars: Students are exposed to a wide selection of seminars from international speakers that cover a large range of topics.
Tuition and salaries for students are fully covered for the entire PhD period. Refer to “financial matters” for more info.
- Working language: English
- HOW TO APPLY:
Applications are accepted exclusively online once a year in the period July-September. Go to application process.
- Starting date: 1st January of each year
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