Master's Degree in Biotechnology (LM9) “Innovations in Biotechnology applied to regenerative medicine”

The new Master's degree "Innovations in Biotechnology applied to regenerative medicine" is an interfaculty course offered by Università Cattolica between the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery and the Faculty of Mathematical, Physical, and Natural Sciences. The program is entirely taught in English.

The Master's program will take place both at Centro di Ricerca Eugenia Menni (CREM) of Fondazione Poliambulanza in Brescia, where lectures and activities in biomedical laboratories will be conducted, and at the Faculty of Mathematical, Physical, and Natural Sciences of Università Cattolica’s Brescia campus, where enrolled students will have access to advanced materials physics laboratories.

The educational program aims to deepen knowledge of advanced biotechnologies in regenerative medicine and tissue engineering. It provides a multidisciplinary scientific education and combines theoretical knowledge with practical skills enriched with cutting-edge scientific and technological updates. The main objective is to train professionals capable of conducting research in the field of regenerative medicine, integrating aspects from different disciplines and cross-cutting knowledge to develop new technological applications.

Graduates with a Master's degree in "Innovations in Biotechnology applied to regenerative medicine" become highly specialized biotechnologists who are internationally competitive and able to operate in many areas including: research and service laboratories in public or private institutions (universities, research organisations); biotech and pharmaceutical industries, specifically in research and development, regulation, and quality control activities; national and international regulatory and certification bodies; companies that carry out and support technology transfer activities; institutions involved in activities complementary to biotechnology (publishing and scientific communication, service providers, grant writing and scientific support agencies).

In addition, after passing the State examination, the graduate can register with the Professional Order of Biologists (Senior List) and thus will be able to access career opportunities in the health sector. The graduate in Innovations in Biotechnology applied to Regenerative Medicine may also apply for a Ph.D. and other post-graduate specialty schools with access reserved to ‘non-medics’ as per DI n. 716/2016, as well as to similar post-graduate courses at foreign universities.

Registrations are open at the following link:

Why a Master's Degree in Regenerative Medicine at Fondazione Poliambulanza?
Classes are held at Centro di Ricerca Eugenia Menni, a renowned research center, focused on cutting-edge Regenerative Medicine with placental stem cells. Access to labs allows the practical application of acquired knowledge. This course is characterized by numerous practical activities in which students will learn directly from experienced researchers and will get insights into the latest advancements in Regenerative Medicine.

Why study in Brescia?
Brescia holds a strategic position in the heart of Northern Italy, making it easily accessible from numerous Italian and European cities. This prime location not only facilitates access to the city but also provides an opportunity to explore a region rich in tradition and culture. Brescia itself is a center of excellence for medicine and scientific research, creating an environment conducive to innovation and offering numerous research and collaboration opportunities between universities, hospitals, and biotechnology industries.

In addition to outstanding academic and professional opportunities, Brescia and its surroundings boast a rich cultural heritage, breathtaking landscapes, and a quality-oriented lifestyle. The city is served by a modern metro system and high-speed trains, making travel easy and convenient, efficiently connecting Brescia to major Italian destinations. Choosing Brescia means not only receiving an international education but also experiencing an unforgettable journey in a welcoming and stimulating environment.

Brescia is served by numerous regional and high-speed trains:

  • Trains to/from Milan Central Station: Regional trains (approximately 1 hour, departures every hour) – high-speed trains (36 minutes, departures every half hour).
  • Trains to/from Verona Porta Nuova: Regional trains (approximately 43 minutes, departures every hour) – high-speed trains (35 minutes, departures every half hour).
  • Trains to/from Rome (Termini Station): High-speed trains Frecciarossa, Frecciargento, or Italo Treno (approximately 3 and a half hours, departures every half hour).
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Master's Degree in Biotechnology (LM9) “Innovations in Biotechnology applied to regenerative medicine”

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