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Internal Medicine and Medical Therapy
Students of this branch fo the PhD program will obtain a training focused on the clinical, translational and experimental research, mainly related to internal medicine and medical therapy. The program will evidentiate the path to port new findings into the clinical practice from physiopathology, diagnostic procedures and therapy. The course will melt the biological background with the practical skills and competencies of the clinical methodology, though a interdisciplinary approach. The need of such a broad program raises from several strategical sectors of the biomedical research mainly the University European system and the public heath systems of the Union. Large research hospitals and institutions with a strong commitment of research have a similar interests, which creates an array of a possible career in science for the applicants. The Phd programs has an impressive display of laboratories, clinical as well as experimental. Such a large availability will offer a unique opportunity of professional development.

Experimental Surgery and Microsurgery
The 30th year of this program will present a faculty team from the University of Pavia, Genova and Turin, and a cooperation with the ISMETT institute at Palermo. This branch of the PhD program will focus its activity on the cultural development of selected students, to offer a perspective of academic path of research in the emerging fields of the surgical disciplines. As science requires a strong structural background and the availability of complex facilities, the school lies on the Dipartimento di Scienze Clinico Chirurgiche , Diagnostiche e Pediatriche at the University of Pavia, offering among others an established Lab of experimental surgery and the hospital resources at Fondazione IRCCS Policlinico San Matteo, which a leading Italian institution in the field of translational medicine
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