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University of Bari Aldo Moro

University of Bari Aldo Moro

The University of Bari in Italy was founded in 1925. It is a state-funded university divided into 12 faculties. Each faculty has its own departments focusing on art, science, mathematics, social sciences, literature, medicine, law, and education. The University offers various courses for undergraduate, undergraduate and graduate students. Apart from teaching, the university also focuses on scientific research at the doctoral level. Research centers at the University of Bari are quite different and have links between different departments, universities and other research centers. The University’s facilities include central and departmental libraries, theaters, conference halls, work placement centers, a press office, counseling centers, and a university chapel. These facilities are open to students, faculty, and staff and can be used free of charge. Each year, the university organizes different cultural and part-time events that promote friendship between local and international students. Erasmus / LLP program very active in medicine.

Medical School

The Department of medical sciences, neuroscience and sense organs (DSMBNOS) were established in 2012, following the merger of the Department of  Medical Sciences and the Department of Neuroscience and sense organs and is one of the four departments that contribute to the establishment of the School of Medicine. The Department, characterized by an articulated set of fields and competences, is made up of professors of scientific disciplinary sectors (SSD) of Area 06- Medical Sciences, Area 05 – Biological Sciences and Area 011 – Historical, philosophical, pedagogical and psychological.

The Department is organized in thematic areas of research, in which the related professors work in collaboration with Italian and foreign research bodies, in the context of integrated projects funded by ministerial, regional and international bodies.

The Department of Medical Sciences, Neurosciences, and Sense Organs aim to foster the integration and cooperation between the different research groups coming from the competing Departments, helping to identify common themes of particular scientific relevance. In terms of training activities, DSMBNOS will integrate its contribution with that of the other three Departments of the Medical area (Department of Emergency and Organ Transplantation – DETO, Interdisciplinary Department of Medicine – DIM and Department of Biomedical Sciences and Human Oncology – DIMO ) to optimize the organization of the numerous degree courses of the School of Medicine.