SUS-MIRRI: Training Courses
How can microorganisms and the microbiome be utilised for application in the agri-food, environmental, cultural heritage, energy and pharmaceutical fields?
How can microorganisms and the microbiome be utilised for application in the agri-food, environmental, cultural heritage, energy and pharmaceutical fields? Following the ENEA training course, you will learn about the microorganisms and microbiome, and methods to isolate, detect, characterize and apply microorganisms and microbial consortia in agri-food, environmental, cultural heritage, energy and pharmaceutical fields.
The training course will cover four modules:
Module 1: Microorganisms’ isolation, cultivation, and preservation approaches
Module 2: Genotypic and phenotypic characterization
Module 3: Applications of microorganisms in agri-food, environmental, cultural heritage and pharmaceutical fields
Module 4: Cases study related to EU and national projects.
The course is organised in theoretical lessons, practical lectures and laboratory activities. The main aim of the training course is to provide updated concepts and methodologies on the microbial applications in different fields. A number of senior and young ENEA researchers, participating in the SUS-MIRRI.IT project, have kindly agreed to act as trainers for this school.
Who can attend? MSc and PhD students or Early Career Investigators. Due to space limitations, the training school is limited to 15 participants belonging to the institutions of the Operating Units (OUs) of the SUS-MIRRI.IT project. If the number of applications for attendance in presence is more than 15 a selection will be made based on:
1. Motivation letter (max 1 page) with an expression of interest and a paragraph describing the relevant scientific activities related to this Training School
2. Curriculum Vitae (max 1 page).
The course will be also taken online for any additional participants.
All the lessons will be held in English.
Modality: hybrid format
c/o ENEA Centro Ricerche Casaccia (UO10), via Anguillarese 301 S. Maria di Galeria – 00123
ROMA in collaboration with ENEA Centro Ricerche Brindisi (UO09)
Link Monday 27 November: HERE
ID riunione: 396 387 501 980
Link Tuesday 28 November: HERE
ID riunione: 374 864 329 182
Coordinator and lecturers: Prof. Annamaria Bevivino – Head of the ENEA Laboratory for AgriFood Sustainability, Quality and Safety.
C. Alisi; E. Clagnan; M. Costanzo; D. Cuna; A. Del Fiore; L. Di Gregorio; C. Lico; G. Massini; V. Mazzurco; V. Miceli; V. Poscente; S. Tabacchioni; F. Tasso; A. Visca.
Practical lessons: C. Alisi; B. Aracri; E. Clagnan; A. Del Fiore; L. Di Gregorio; G. Migliore; P. Paganin; V. Poscente; F. Sbarra; F. Sevi; S. Tabacchioni; F. Tasso.