The agreements concern the following types:
-scientific collaboration agreements between professors of the college which allow activities to be carried out in Italian and foreign research institutions.
-scientific collaboration agreements with the Doctorate which allow activities to be carried out in Italian and foreign research institutions.
-implementation agreements for training projects developed in the Doctorate with research bodies and European calls (INAIL, MSCA-ITN and ERASMUS).
-financing agreements for specific scholarships in collaboration with companies.

Particularly important is the access to European research networks through which PhD students can carry out experiments in advanced European laboratories or carry out training periods, such as:
Molecular Scale Biophysics research Infrastructure (MOSBRI) ( advanced biophysics instrumentation available in 15 European centers of which 13 are academic and 2 are in companies. Possibility of research and training stays (Schools, hands-on Short Courses).
INSTRUCT-ERIC ( a pan-European distributed research infrastructure that makes advanced technologies and methods in structural biology available to users. 11 centers available at European level and 23 infrastructures.
EPIEPINET, (Epileptogenesis and Epilepsy Network: from genes, synapses and circuits to pave the way for novel drugs and strategies): collaborative network between European researchers to study the interactions between neuronal and epigenetic signals. The project's training activities include meetings, workshops and training courses on advanced molecular biology and genetics techniques, as well as opportunities for international collaboration and knowledge exchange.
CIVIS (Europe's Civic University Alliance, formed by 11 leading research higher education institutions across Europe) ( training opportunities and access to research infrastructures.
COST actions financed within the doctoral college teachers. Training and exchange possibilities for research stays (STSM).

Some foreign centers with active collaborations are (non-exhaustive list):
University College ed Imperial College (London,UK)
Institute for Molecular Pathology (Austria)
Cambridge University (UK)
Cardiff University (UK)
Swansee University (UK)
Dundee University (UK)
Utrecht University (NL)
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (Beer-Sheva, Israel)
CNIC Spanish National Center for Cardiovascular Research, Madrid (SP)
Fundación Jiménez Díaz/Universidad Autónoma Madrid (UAM) (SP).
Institute of Artificial Intelligence, Medical University of Vienna (Austria)
Faculté de Médecine, Université libre de Bruxelles (membro di CIVIS)
University of Münster (Germany)
Instituto de Investigaciones Biomédicas “Alberto Sols” (CSIC-UAM), Madrid, Spain
Trinity College Dublin (Ireland)
KU Leuven (Leuven, Belgio)
Cukurova University (Adana,Turkey)
San Diego Biomedical Research Institute (USA)
The Rockefeller University (NY, USA)
John Hopkins University (USA)
Columbia University (NY,USA)
University of California, San Diego (USA)
University of Colorado, Aurora (USA)
Technische Universität München, Germany
Vysoká Škola Chemiko-Technologiká, Prague

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