Applied and Molecular Biology

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Applied and Molecular Biology

Area
Sciences
Degree code
LM-6 Biology
Language
Italian
Admission
Free – the adequacy of students’ knowledge will be tested
Venue
Ancona

Features and aims of the course

 

The Bachelor’s Course is divided into two curricula: Biological Technologies and Nutrition Sciences.
These courses have common educational activities that fall into the fields of cellular and molecular biology. The “Biological Technologies” curriculum provides skills in the field of protein biochemistry, basic and applicative knowledge of reproductive biotechnology, skills in the fields of nanotechnology and molecular modelling, as well as in biomedical microbiology. The “Nutrition Sciences” curriculum provides skills in the fields of biochemistry and nutritional physiology, of dietary sciences applied to physiological and pathological conditions as well as skills in chemical analysis, food quality and safety along with the nutraceutical properties thereof and its application in diet plan customisation.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Biomolecular Technologies,
  • Applied genetics,
  • Reproductive biotechnologies,
  • Cellular biotechnology,
  • Biotechnologies of microorganisms,
  • Modelling of biological systems,
  • Bioinformatics,
  • Biochemistry and biotechnologies of proteins,
  • Biomedical microbiology,
  • Biochemistry of nutrition,
  • Nutritional physiology,
  • Food quality and microbiological safety,
  • Applied dietary sciences and techniques.

YOUR FUTURE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

  • Food biotechnologist,
  • Pharmaceutical or cosmetic biotechnologist,
  • Biologist and nutritionist,
  • Biochemist,
  • Microbiologist,
  • Researcher,
  • Scientific informant,
  • Teacher at secondary school.

STRENGTHS OF THE COURSE

Department of excellence with high-tech laboratories (e.g.: Microscopy laboratory equipped with a confocal microscope, FTIR, Raman, automated microscopes for “live cell imaging”, and a latest generation cytofluorimeter). The NY-MaSBiC (a consortium of 10 American universities and UNIVPM) is a centre for the high efficiency production of proteins, engaged in the identification and production of proteins, including those of 2019-nCoV, and is accepting master’s students for thesis projects.

The high degree of internationalization will allow students to gain experience in international laboratories through the Erasmus program scholarships as per agreement with 25 university institutes from 12 European Union countries and from the CampusWorld program, which includes an internship period, up to a year after graduation, anywhere in the world.

CONTACTS

President of the course:
Prof.ssa Oliana Carnevali
o.carnevali@univpm.it

Ufficio Orientamento e Tutorato
Tel: +39 071 2203037 – 3038
orientamento@univpm.it

Links

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Webinar Open Day

31 mar 2021

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The course in numbers

80%

of graduate students employed three years after graduation.

97%

of Graduate students are satisfied with the study choice

95%

of students are satisfied with professors’ availability

97%

of students are satisfied with professors’ clarity