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European School of Molecular Medicine

PhD IN SYSTEMS MEDICINE

The PhD Program aims to train young and motivated researchers in the wide field of modern Biomedicine, with curriculum in:

Molecular Oncology Computational Biology
Human Genetics Medical Humanities

Applications will open next 10 June with deadline 19 July 2021, 1.00pm Italian time

48 positions are available subdivided as follows:

  • Molecular Oncology - 31
  • Computational Biology- 13
  • Human Genetics - 2
  • Medical Humanities - 2

See details of the available positions.

The PhD Program aims to train young and motivated researchers in the wide field of modern Biomedicine.

Applicants should hold 2nd level degree (MSc, or equivalent) in any subject related to the PhD research topics. Working language is English.

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ABOUT SEMM

SEMM is a private foundation for higher education in biomedicine.

SEMM educational programs aim to foster the growth of young scientist providing PhD students with the skills they will need to face the emerging challenges in the biomedical field.

SEMM collaborates with the University of Milan and Naples (awarding bodies) to create and manage the PhD program in Systems Medicine that includes 4 interdisciplinary curricula and integrates basic research and clinical aspects.

SEMM collaborates with the University of Milan and Naples

Since 2004 SEMM has been running PhD programs: 138 are the current students and 413 are SEMM Alumni.

RESEARCH CENTERS

SEMM operates within centers of excellence and promotes the integration of basic research and clinical practice.

MILAN

RESEARCH CENTERS IN MILAN

NAPLES

RESEARCH CENTERS IN NAPLES

Science covers virtually every aspect of modern Cell and Molecular Biology, from both the basic and applied research points of view, is highly multidisciplinary and is supported by know-how extending from functional genomics to developmental model systems.

European School of Molecular Medicine