International Master

Peripheral Nervous System Disorder

International Master

Peripheral Nervous System Disorder

International Master

Peripheral Nervous System Disorder

International Master

Peripheral Nervous System Disorder

International Master

Peripheral Nervous System Disorder

The Master is delivered by the University of Milan in partnership with IRCCS “Carlo Besta” Neurological Institute. Director: Giuseppe Lauria. (see more)

Who is the master for

Candidates must be graduated in medicine or biology. PhD students and residents in neurology are particularly encouraged to apply. The Master is aimed to whom wish deepening knowledge, expertise and research skills in Peripheral Nervous System disorders and develop a career within the expanding field of translational neuroscience either in the academy or in the industry

Programme

The master is composed of 6 macromodules which cover the following areas: Structure development and function – Diagnostics – Pathophysiology, diagnosis, therapy, prognosis of acquired and inherited neuropathies – Functional assessment and rehabilitation – Pain – Pathophysiology, diagnosis, therapy, prognosis of motor neuron and neuromuscular junction diseases.

Each macromodule includes specific topics. The theoretical lessons will be integrated with interactive sessions during which the students will test and improve their knowledge. Practical sessions are planned for the topics Clinical Neurophysiology and Autonomic Nervous System.

Life@UniMi

The University of Milan is a public teaching and research university, which – with 8 faculties and 2 schools and a teaching staff of more than 2000 professors – is distinguished by its wide variety of disciplinary fields.

A leading institute in Italy and Europe for scientific productivity, the University of Milan is the largest university in the region, with approximately 64,000 students; it is also an important resource for the socio-economic context of which it is a part.

At the present time, the University offers 8 faculties and 2 schools, 138 study programmes (divided between Undergraduate and Graduate courses), 31 doctoral schools (scuole di dottorato) and 76 specialisation schools (scuole di specializzazione).

Approximately 64,000 students are enrolled at the University. The teaching staff is composed of 2,000 tenured professors and researchers and approximately 500 adjunct professors.

More than 1,947 people work in the technical and administrative sector.

The University of Milan was one of the institutions that helped to found LERU, the League of European Research Universities, and is the only Italian University to be a member of the organisation.

Thanks to its commitment to basic and applied research, the University is among the top institutions in the main national and international rankings.

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