The PhD offers two types of courses: core (including basic, monographic, and specialized) and transversal (including topics related to computer science, linguistics, and research management and enhancement). Most courses have a 10 hours-length.
Year I: PhD students take 7 core courses, for a total of about 100 hours, and at least one transversal course.
Year II: PhD students attend at least 5 core courses (at least 50 hours), and at least one transversal course.
Year III: PhD students do not attend courses and mainly focus on the research project and the preparation of the doctoral thesis.
Core didactic activities:
Neuroimaging methods and analyses - Nicola Canessa
Non-invasive brain stimulation in cognitive neuroscience - Stefano F. Cappa
Genotype-phenotype interaction in neurodegenerative diseases - Chiara Cerami
Applications and methods of neuropsychology - Eleonora Catricalà
Methods and applications of neurostimulation and neurophysiology - Giulia Mattavelli
Technological innovations in neuropsychology and rehabilitation - Chiara Cerami
Biology and human development - Livio Provenzi
Programming Psychological Experiments - Luca Rinaldi
Experimental Linguistics - Valentina Bambini
Methods in developmental neuroscience - Gabriele Chierchia
Memory and prediction - Tomaso Vecchi
Current advances in the cognitive neuroscience of music - Laura Ferreri
Other didactic activities (seminar, transversal courses):
Research based innovation - Riccardo Pietrabissa
Applications of statistical methods in clinical research - Francesca Conca
Corsi erogati da APRE su "Gestione della ricerca e della conoscenza dei sistemi di ricerca europei e internazionali" - TBD
Corsi erogati da Netval su protezione e valorizzazione della proprietà intellettuale dei risultati/prodotti della ricerca - TBD
Borrowed from Undergraduate Courses:
Clinical research methodology - Eleonora Catricalà