The master degree aim is to present provision of training program in risk assessment based on common European criteria, easily adoptable by institutions across Europe and focusing on Risk Assessment methodology and procedure.The training provides students with a multidisciplinary background sufficient to initiate research on the novel, necessary methodologies to be applied in the field of risk assessment.As mentioned in the program of activity of ECHA In the evaluation of dossiers ECHA produces scientific judgments. These judgments must be based on scientific principles accurate and require well-trained and competent. A number of scientific disciplines, such as toxicology, chemistry, epidemiology, occupational hygiene, environmental fate and effects on the environment, exposure assessment and characterization and risk management, must come to comprehensive evaluation results from the scientific point of view.It is obvious that the professionals capable of an integrated assessment must be prepared in all the listed areas: at the moment, in Italy, no course is available (and very few are available in Europe) offering such a wide and targeted preparation.The proposal aims to provide the methodological background, knowledge and skills necessary to apply current methodologies and generate novel protocols, to acquire competence in problem-solving, to assess risks arising from production and use of chemicals and biotechnological products, with particular attention to the implementation of European Regulations through the integrated development of different areas including legislation, chemistry, toxicology and pharmacology, biotechnology, economics and risk analysis.
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Applicants need a bachelor degree with a major in related field.Applicants from non-anglophone countries must provide proof of English proficiency.Application deadline for non EU students is September 12.