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Unimore Professor Erica Villa to be the only non-US member of the AASLD “Women’s Initiative Committee”

Professor Erica Villa, Director of the Complex Structure of Gastroenterology of the University Hospital of Modena and Unimore professor, has been invited by AASLD, the US Association for the study of liver, to join the “Women’s Initiative Committee”  for the three-year period 2020-2022. Of the five members, she is the only one not of US nationality. The committee has the purpose of promoting gender diversity, equality and professional development in the sectors of hepatology, gastroenterol...

Unimore is the leader of a European project on hydrogen fuel cells

Unimore is the main player in the research on hydrogen fuel cells, a topic that is winning increased attention in the development of renewable energy sources. The challenge is launched by a group of researchers and professors of the Department of Education and Human Sciences of Unimore, that as leader of the European project FCHgo (Fuel Cells HydroGen educatiOnal model for schools), financed by Horizon 2020, in the past weeks has promoted an important national meeting at the University Prem...

Unimore is the lead partner of three new Advanced Training Schools financed by Regione Emilia Romagna

Regione Emilia Romagna sponsors ten new three-year Advanced Training schools, in the technologic, economic, and cultural field with a contribution of almost 4.5 million euros. Three of them are led by Unimore. More specifically, in the light of the experience gained with the two interuniversity Master’s degree programmes, led by the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, the International Advanced Training School MUNER now comes in Automotive for an intelligent mobility (coordinator is profess...

A European project coordinated by Unimore will help reduce gender inequalities in research institutions in Europe

An international pool of male and female researchers will help reduce gender inequalities in research institutions in Europe, thanks to the European project “ Leading Towards Sustainable Gender Equality Plans in research institutions ” (LeTSGEPs), coordinated by professor Tindara Addabbo of the Department of Economics Marco Biagi at Unimore. This ambitious project, that will last 4 years and has been granted by the European Commission a  2,429,053.75 euro financing within the Horizon 2020 Re...

A Unimore group of researchers, headed by professor Serena Carra, has discovered a treatment for neurodegenerative diseases

A study carried out by the research group headed by professor Serena Carra of the Department of Biomedical, Metabolic and Neuroscience of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, has identified a nuclear system able to process and degrade the damaged proteins penetrating the nucleus. This result proves that alterations in the processing and degrading by specific nuclear compartments of damaged proteins, which are constantly produced by our cells, negatively affect the stability of our ge...

The AlmaLaurea Consortium Report 2019 on employment and profile of Unimore graduates has been presented

Employment opportunities confirm to be flattering for Unimore graduates, who boast excellent performance in terms of received remunerations still on the first year of work and of time dedicated to complete their studies. The Emilia Romagna University is actually at the top of the lists according to AlmaLaurea surveys, on graduates in 2018 and employment of graduates in 2017, for many of parameters considered in the interviews carried out. After the success with Censis survey, the Emilia Rom...

Cell therapies, Modena boasts a dedicated programme

Thanks to the strong synergy between research and medical care, and to the considerable investment in diagnostic and therapeutic technology, the University Hospital of Modena is becoming a reference centre at a national level for the development of Cell Therapy in Oncology. Since the 1st May, the Hospital set up the Cell therapies and immune-oncology programme, headed by Professor Massimo Dominici who is already in charge of the Cell therapy research laboratories, aimed at promoting a business ...

A Master Programme in Business and Ceramic Technology is being launched, applications must be submitted by 13 September

Confindustria Ceramica and Federchimica Ceramicolor, together with the Universities of Bologna and Modena – Reggio Emilia, are the promoters of the 2nd level Master in Business and Ceramic Technology, addressed to master graduates in engineering and scientific, economic and environmental subjects. Directed by Professor Tiziano Manfredini of Unimore and co-directed by Professor Maria Chiara Bignozzi of the University of Bologna, it is the result of an analysis on training needs, with respect ...

Next academic year, FIM will welcome Professor Paolo Zanardi of the University of Southern California

The Department of Physics, Computer Science and Mathematics - FIM of Unimore strives for excellence and is committed to provide its students with further moments for discussion with great names of international physics, integrating its teaching staff with a new visiting professor. On the next academic year 2019/2020, students enrolled in the international master’s degree programme in Physics, provided in English, will have the opportunity to attend classes taught by professor Paolo Zanardi of t...

Early diagnosis of melanoma: less excision and cost savings thanks to a Unimore study

A cost savings of more than 200 thousand euros for each million people per year, and a reduction of over 50% of removals: this is the most relevant factual information arising from a Unimore study on early diagnosis of melanoma. The research shows a higher level of diagnostic accuracy of Laser Scanning Confocal Microscopy (96%) compared to Dermoscopy (90%). The data currently being published highlights the diagnostic performance on ambiguous wounds for the diagnosis of melanoma: sensitivity ...

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