To provide the students with a basic knowledge of the effects induced by ionizing radiation in living matter in a wide range of complexity, from cells to tissues, organs and a whole body, their mechanisms and their measure methods..
Expected learning outcomes
1) At the end the student will have acquired the radiobiological knowledges which are relevant in the field of radioprotection and in radiotherapy, 2) The student will be able to project radiobiological experiments with proper biological systems, effects to be studied and methods to be used, 3) The student will be able to read and understand the scientific literature to improve the knowledges on specific themes of interest. 4) Given the interdisciplinary field, the student will have acquired a proper language to communicate with professional figures of different training ( i.e. in hospital environment with biologists and doctors) to build profitable collaborations.
Lesson period: Second semester
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