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  • Study Type

    Full time available

  • Subject Areas

    Biological Sciences

  • Start Date


  • Course Duration

    2 years

  • Course Type


  • Course Fees

    Please visit the website for up-to-date information about the tuition fees

  • Last Updated

    11 September 2019

The Course provides the fundamental theoretical and practical knowledge necessary to understand and perform novel techniques in the areas of reproductive biology and biomedical research. The ultimate aim of the Course is to train experts able to manage laboratories of medically-assisted reproduction both referring to humans and animals. Such course aims at providing detailed and up-to-date lessons, also through individual laboratory practice, on the structure and function of gametes, on the biological and molecular mechanisms that control the interactions between sperms and oocytes, the fertilization process and the embryonic development. The students will acquire the most recent techniques to isolate, manipulate, and cryoconserve both animal gametes and embryos, as well as the techniques for their biochemical, genetic, morphological and functional characterization in the field of reproductive medicine. The Course is mainly student-oriented, providing a system of tailored tutorship, with periodically-administered check-in interim tests in all course units.

The academic staff of the University of Teramo have been involved since many years in basic and applied research related to the biology of gametes and experimental embryology, having established a wide collaborative network with national and international investigators. This Course takes also advantages of external specialists, who actively work in the field of human reproduction in both public and private companies. Students are strongly recommended to carry out specific curricular internships or training internships in the several certified national and international Centres/Companies, which the University has agreed upon.

The Course will promote opportunities of international mobility of incoming and outgoing students among European validated research Institutes, through Erasmus mobility programmes and agreements with foreign Universities/Companies.

Visit the Master of Science in Reproductive Biotechnologies page on the University of Teramo website for more details!





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