PhD positions in the frame of a financed project belonging to the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions.
dead line: 24/10/2016
REP-EAT is a new and innovative research and training Doctoral Programme co-funded by Horizon 2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions COFUND, the Abruzzo Region, and the University of Teramo (UniTE) in the interdisciplinary domain of food and healthy diet to deepen the impact of food quality on reproductive health (REP) and eating disorders (EAT).
In compliance with the concept of “One Health”, REP-EAT Doctoral Programme focuses on the effect of diet determinants on both humans and animals thus implying a strict integration amongst food and life science research advances.
A single selection process is managed to offer 12 Doctoral positions, ensuring a competitive and transparent international recruitment.
The 12 projects proposed by REP-EAT Doctoral Programme belong to four major topics:
The Doctoral course lasts 3 years, starting from the signature of the contract, and it includes three core elements: Training; Research; Mobility.