Experimental and clinical medicine
The Experimental and clinical medicine curriculum is an interdisciplinary training program which is at the confluence of basic and clinical research, in order to create researches oriented toward the translational field.
PhD projects cover different fields of medical and health science, and are aimed to directly improve the current standard-of-reference for disease diagnosis and/or treatment (for a list of projects relating to this curriculum click here).
The curriculum involves medical departments, surgical teams and hospital services of IRCCS Ospedale San Raffaele, working in collaboration with more than 15 research groups. The main aim of this curriculum is to study the pathophysiological basis of human diseases and investigating new molecular approaches for diagnosis and therapy. Explore the research groups below.
Supervisor: Carla Taveggia
Beta cell biology
Supervisor: Lorenzo Piemonti
Biliopancreatic endoscopy and endoscopic ultrasonography
Supervisor: Paolo Giorgio Arcidiacono
Supervisor: Simonetta Gerevini
Supervisor: Riccardo Rosati
Genomics for the diagnosis of human pathologies
Supervisor: Sara Benedetti | Paola Carrera | Chiara Di Resta
Supervisor: Manuela Battaglia
Supervisor: Federico Esposti
Supervisor: Paola Viganò
Regulation of iron metabolism
Supervisor: Antonella Nai
Tumor biology and vascular targeting
Supervisor: Angelo Corti
Urological Research Institute
Supervisor: Andrea Salonia | Massimo Alfano