Training activities 39th cycle

Training activities for the PhD students of the 39th cycle

Teaching activities scheduled for 2023/24

All courses are available since the 1st year 


Compulsory training program common to all PhD students 

  • Academic writing (CLA - Academic Language center)
  • Bibliographic services for research (Mod. 1 Muzzi and Tagliavini, Goidanich Library, Mod. 2:  Davide Gori)
  • Setting up a research protocol and writing a scientific paper - Version for the Technical-Scientific area (Assunta Bertaccini)
  • Setting up a research protocol and writing a scientific paper - Version for the Medical-Pharmaceutical area (Andrea Turolla)
  • Statistics and big data analytics (Mod. 1: Alberto Barbaresi, Mod. 2: David Neil Manners)
  • Big data: applications in the medical and environmental fields (Davide Gori)
  • Geographic information systems (Daniele Torreggiani)
  • International projects and mobility (Mod. 1 Maria Luisa Dindo  - Mod. 2 Alessandra Bordoni)
  • IP, valorization and dissemination of research results, ethics and open access (Mod. 1: Marco Bovo, Mod. 2: Stefano Benni, Mod. 3 Marco Alvise Bragadin, Mod. 4 Stefano Benni)


Complementary training program aimed at knowledge alignment and in-depth analysis of various topics (courses to be identified with the support of the supervisors and the academic board)


  • Introduction to statistics and big data analytics (Mod. 1: Marco Bovo, Mod. 2: David Neil Manners)
  • Urban environment and health (Mod. 1 Laura Dall’Olio, Mod. 2 Davide Gori, Mod. 3 Stefania Toselli)
  • Lifestyle behaviors and mental health (Marco Menchetti)
  • The impact and relevance of healthier lifestyles and behaviours, food and environments for health promotion and disease prevention in children and adolescents in a rapidly changing society (Daniele Zama)
  • Project management and LCA/LCC (Mod. 1 Marco Alvise Bragadin, Mod. 2 Enrica Santolini)
  • Urban environment, osteoarticular and neurological movement problems, and minimally invasive surgery (Mod. 1: Lisa Berti, Mod 2: Daniela Platano , Mod. 3: Paolo Pillastrini, Mod. 4: Stefano Zaffagnini)
  • Green systems and healthy cities (Mod. 1 Alberto Barbaresi, Mod. 2 Davide Gori)
  • Analytical strategies in medicinal chemistry (Mod. 1 Laura Mercolini, Mod. 2 Michele Protti)
  • Food chemistry and nutraceuticals (Roberta Budriesi)
  • Exotic plant pathogens and insects (Mod. 1 Assunta Bertaccini, Mod. 2 Maria Luisa Dindo )