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3: Good Health and Well-Being

  • teaching

  • research

  • research

  • third mission

OUR STRATEGIC PLAN ACTIONS

  • Constructions

    Development, improvement and renovation of the buildings for all the campuses

  • E-Services for the Student Community

    Innovative digital services for the student community, designed in part by applying open innovation strategies

  • Graduation Ceremonies

    Recognising the completion of learning paths

  • ICT Infrastructure

    Renewal of the ICT infrastructure, both to comply with the regulatory requirements for the digital public administration, and to update support services and technologies

  • Libraries

    Actions to improve the quality of library services and make better use of archived and rare materials

  • Right to Higher Education and Reception Policies

    Promotion of access to University education for capable and deserving students without resources and improvement of University living conditions and reception services

  • Simplification and Dematerialisation

    Administrative simplification and dematerialisation of processes, via action on the activities carried out by the structures and by the General Administration

  • Sports at Unibo

    Development and promotion of sports, partly as an educational activity for the development of specific abilities and aptitudes

  • Spaces for Students

    New spaces and solutions to make existing ones more functional and usable

  • UNIBO4ALL

    Actions for an even more inclusive University

KEY FACTS: STUDENTS ON HEALTHCARE STUDIES

More than 15% of our students attends studies of Health and Well-being, distributed among the different courses in this amount:

  • 5,964 students in Medicine and Surgery;
  • 3,327 students in Psychology;
  • 3,146 students in Pharmacy and Biotechnology;
  • 1,014 postgraduates in Medical Specialization.

RESEARCH

Integrated Research Team - Alma Sequencing             

Alma Sequencing Integrated Research Team combines the competences of many of the Alma Mater’s research groups, whose fields of activity go from genetics of rare diseases and cancer to evolutionary analysis; from pharmacogenomics to preventive genetic screenings; from the identification of biological markers for the improvement of animal and plant production to systems biology and the study of microbiota. The use of NGS platforms also implies the development of several innovative applications: bioinformatics analysis, generation and storage of large amount of data; cloud computing and elaboration of algorithms for analyzing nucleotide sequences; processing of complex data and protection of sensitive data.