Objectives

The training activities of NanoFar will allow the students to benefit fully from the complementarity leading-edge science specialisations of each partner :


– Design of nanomedicine devices,
– Applications of nanomedicine for imaging and radiotherapy,
– Interaction between biological systems and artificial nanostructures,
– Nanomedicine in therapy and regenerative medicine,
– Moving nanomedicine from the laboratory to the clinic.


These topics will be explored at every NanoFar summer school held annually in the partners’ countries and completed by top-level thematic courses at each university.

Multidisciplinary core skills acquired during the curriculum will enable the young scientists to master, throughout the programme, the translational and bench-to-bedside approaches relevant to nanomedicine.

Transferable skills, including academic language and writing, career management, communication, research environment and context, are a central component of this PhD.
NanoFar accomodates 10 to 15 new PhD students per year (from EU and third countries). Fair selection and employment opportunities are a priority for the NanoFar consortium.