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  • Future Trends in Translational Medicine

    Human Technopole’s Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer (CITT) and Nature Italy are organizing – on 26 and 27 October 2023 – a conference aimed at investigating the new frontiers of research in the life sciences.

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  • Alessandro Vannini elected EMBO member

    The European Molecular Biology Organisation (EMBO) is an organization of more than 2,000 leading researchers that promotes excellence in the life sciences in Europe and beyond. Every year outstanding researchers around the world are given the opportunity to join the community as EMBO members.

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Research at HT

Improving human health and well-being is the ultimate goal of Human Technopole. We need to prevent and cure diseases to allow people of all ages to not only live longer, but also live better.

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Thanks to a comprehensive and interdisciplinary approach to the study of human biology, HT’s research aims to understand the mechanisms underlying various diseases, exploiting the technological advances of the last decade and the enormous amount of biological, clinical and socio-economic data currently available to improve the national healthcare system and the quality of life of all citizens.

Human Technopole’s research is based on five interdisciplinary research areas: Genomics, Neurogenomics, Structural Biology, Computational Biology and Health Data Science.

Starting from late 2023, Human Technopole will be opening the first National Facilities available to the national scientific community to carry out top-level research in their respective fields.

External Training

The overarching and inspiring theme for HT’s external training activities is to create a centre of excellence for training promising researchers in the biomedical sciences, while enabling broad access to HT’s expertise, methods and resources.

Work with us

We offer the opportunity to be part of a new, dynamic research institute promoting a highly collaborative and international working environment.

We aim to attract the best resources in each field with a selection based on merit and transparency as we believe that highly diverse teams produce the best and most innovative results.

If you are a passionate person who likes to seize great challenges, consider applying for one of our scientific or administrative vacancies. 

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