An Intensive Program (IP) is a short program of study which brings together students and staff from higher education institutions of at least three participating countries. It can last from 2 weeks or 10 continuous full days to 6 weeks of subject related work.
An IP aims to:
What does an Intensive Program involve?
What criteria must an Intensive Program respect?
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Intensive Program in which the University of Turin is involved as Coordinator Partner: Design, synthesis and validation of Imaging Probes.
It is an Intensive Program devoted to develop an indepth and an up-to-date training covering the design, synthesis and characterization of imaging probes including their functionalization and labelling for different imaging modalities. More details are available in this section.
Intensive Programme in which the University of Turin is involved as a Partner:
• PET Imaging (Saclay, France)
The aim of this theoretical and practical integrated course is to introduce participants to small animals PET imaging technology and its applications in oncology and brain imaging
• Optical Imaging (Heraklion, Greece)
The aim of this intensive program is to provide a multidisciplinary, theoretical and practical-experimental training in optical imaging methods and demonstrate the importance of such approaches to the study of biological phenomena and the applications in basic biological research and the translation to healthcare.
• NeuroMRI (Antwerp, Belgium)
The aim of this integrated theoretical and practical course is i) to obtain insight in the basic principles of the MRI technique and ii) to know the different image modalities to visualize brain
• FELASA – Laboratory animal science (Antwerp, Belgium)
The aim of this integrated theoretical and practical course is to teach students – within the frame of European legislation regarding Laboratory Animals – how to handle and use laboratory animals in biomedical research via addressing topics such as: legislation, ethics, basic biology including transgenesis and species-specific behavior, husbandry, hygiene, health management, anesthesia, analgesia, euthanasia, 3 R’s.
• Molecular Imaging: industrial context, state of the art, multimodal imaging (Saclay, France)
The aim of this course is to up date students' knowledge on the fast evolving field of Molecular Imaging with a particular emphasis on the MI medical needs and industrial perspectives.