Public competitions are held at the University of Parma, for qualifications and exams, for admission to the XXXVII cycle, with the Research Doctorate programs have a three-year duration starting from 1st November 2021.
The Doctoral (Ph.D.) Course in Food Science (Corso di Dottorato di Ricerca in Scienze degli Alimenti)" is offered by the Department of Food and Drug, University of Parma. The focus of the program is the 3-years Ph.D. research project (setting up, planning and performing research, then writing it up and presenting it), which leads to a thesis and associated publications. The research is done under the supervision of a member of the PhD Course Board.
The PhD Course in Food Science aims at organizing the training of PhD candidates to become self-reliant, societal skilled researchers in the field of fundamental and applied research on food science. The PhD Course in Food Science is designed to cover all the steps along the food supply chain, “from the farm to the fork”, to address cutting-edge topics (i.e. local food systems, circular bioeconomy, human microbiome, and dietary patterns), and to provide the candidates with the knowledge required to tackle the next-to-come challenges in food quality and safety.
Our group in Consumer Behavior has an open position with the title "Using consumer science to improve healthy and sustainable eating behaviour". Submission deadline no later than 1pm CET of September 3, 2021.
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