Admissions, Recruitments & Tenders
Ph.D. in Translational Medicine
Submission deadline for the online application: July, 1st 2019 at 12.00 (Midday, Italian time)
Title evaluation: July, 10th 2019
Interview: July, 16th 2019
n. 6 positions with scholarship (1 position is reserved for candidates who obtained abroad the academic degree necessary for the admission to a doctorate program) of which:
- 1 position funded by the Laboratory for Management and Health of the Scuola
In addition, n. 2 Marie Skłodowska Curie scholarship positions are reserved for candidates who successfully participated in the MgSafe ETN network (Training Network for Early - Stage Researchers on "Promoting patient safety by a novel combination of imaging technologies for biodegradable magnesium implants") call (ESR2 and ESR6) published on EURAXESS and closed on December, 15th 2018.
- An additional scholarship, co-funded by Istituto di Fisiologia Clinica (CNR) and Scuola Sant’Anna, is available and reserved for candidates submitting a research project on: "3D bioprinting technology in regenerative medicine and development of new biomaterials for clinical applications"
- An additional scholarship funded By Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia - Genova is available.
- An additional scholarship, funded by Fondazione Pisana per la Scienza ONLUS, is available and reserved for candidates submitting a research project on: "Detection and characterization of circulating biomarkers associated with damage or cardiac regeneration".
The number of positions may be increased if further funding becomes available.
Besides the standard PhD program, The Tuscany Foundation "Gabriele Monasterio" – FTGM, in collaboration with the Institute of Life Sciences of the School, offers a scientific-clinical track as part of the Ph.D. Programme in Translational Medicine. Eligible candidates to the scientific-clinical track are first year Ph.D. students in Translational Medicine who hold a medical degree, the Italian “abilitazione all'esercizio della professione di medico chirurgo” and a specialty degree in one of the FTGM clinical areas, plus their research projects must be of FTGM interest. Scuola, in agreement with the FTGM, determines the annual number of posts available for the scientific-clinical track. The Ph.D. students applying for the scientific-clinical track will be evaluated and selected by a Commission formed by four experts two designated by the Ph.D. Faculty Board and two by FTGM. The Ph.D. students admitted to the scientific-clinical track shall receive a scholarship supplement as compensation for their clinical activities.
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