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Medical Biotechnologies and Molecular Medicine

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What is the objective of the course? What is it?
What does it train you for?

This course trains professional biotechnologists with a core knowledge of human pathologies and the ability to apply innovative techniques to the molecular and cellular biotechnology field, both diagnostic-therapeutic and biomedical scientific research. The course provides students with practical preparation through: internship in laboratories; internships in biotechnology companies; international experience in the Erasmus mobility programme. Overall, the course aims to train qualified professionals with practical laboratory experience and transversal and cutting-edge skills helping them to find work.

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What do you learn?

Graduates will know and be able to apply: cellular, molecular and gene transfer methodologies to identify therapeutic targets and innovative diagnostic approaches for molecular medicine, oncology, regenerative medicine and biocompatibility; innovative technologies for gene and cell therapies; technologies applied to the study of genomics, transcriptomics and proteomics; techniques involving the use of biomaterials and nanotechnologies applied to biomedicine; assisted human reproduction techniques and those necessary for individual genetic profile characterisation.

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What can you do with it?

Scientific research and technological development in universities, national public institutions (National Institute of Health, CNR, IRCSS, health research institutes) and the pharmaceutical, diagnostic and biotechnological areas; Scientific communication in the pharmaceutical, diagnostic and biotechnological areas; biomedical diagnostics in public and private clinical laboratories, including RIS laboratories; Joint working with physicians in clinical trial monitoring programmes and design and application of biotechnological diagnostic and therapeutic strategies; Teaching for class A060