PhD in Multimodal Imaging in Biomedicine (last intake in 2013)

Course partially running (all years except the first)


The aim of this phD program is to train young students in scientific research activities in the field of multimodal imaging, intended in the widest sense of the word, with the final aim of offering university and other research centres, young researchers who are skilled in a wide field of modern biomedical research techniques. The graduates wil be included in specific research projects of clinical-experimental and basic nature, using techniques such as experimental and clinical magnetic resonance imaging, infrared spectroscopes, optic, electronic and confocal microscopes, mono- and two-dimensional proteic electrophoresis, polymerase chain reaction, RFLP, Mutation/polymorphism screening (DHPLC and DNA sequencing), DNA microarray, linkage analysis, ELISA dosage. Title "Information for Students".

Course details

3 years
Controlling body
Teachers' Committee in the Master in Multimodal Imaging in Biomedicine
Administrative Office
Graduate School
Science, Engineering and Medicine
Reference Department
Neurosciences, Biomedicine and Movement Sciences
Macro area
Science and Engineering