Contacts Web site : http://www.medicalsummerschool.uniroma2.it Director: Prof Viviana Moschese Tel +39 0620900736 Fax +39 0620900530 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Organization: Marina Tesauro Claudia Fiorani Belinda Caparro International Relations OfficeUniversità degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata Via Orazio Raimondo 18, Rome Tel +39 0672592104/2107/2556 Fax +39 067236605 E-mail email@example.com The College: http://www.rulp.it/ Residenza Universitaria "Lamaro - Pozzani"via Saredo, 74 - 00173 Romatel. 06/72971322; fax 06/72971326 MEDICAL SUMMER SCHOOL UNIVERSITY OF ROME TOR VERGATA 28 July – 6 August 2009 College of Lamaro Pozzani
RESIDENTIAL LIFE Residential life is as much a part of the course experience to make lifelong international connections. Students will be housed at Collegio Lamaro-Pozzani (CLP), located in Tuscolana area. Metro stop is at 10 min. distance walk. CLP provides comfortable lodging and meals for the entire duration of the Medical Summer School . REGISTRATION Tor Vergata Medical Summer School application form can be downloaded at the website http://www.medicalsummerschool.uniroma2.it Admission is offered on a rolling basis. As enrolment is limited, it is critical to submit applications early. Applications will be accepted not later than May 29 and will be confirmed before June 12. FEES The total residential program cost is Euro 850 , including housing and meals. When submitting their inscription, participants will be asked to pay a non-refundable registration fee of 50 euros to be credited towards the program tuition. A limited number of Travel grants will be provided (see website) Full enrolment fee should be paid by June 19, 2008 at the bank account : Banca di Roma ag. 075ABI 03002 CAB 03255 C/C 6670/72IBAN IT14T0300203255000000667072 SWIFT CODE BROMITR1075 PROGRAM OUTLINE Tor Vergata Medical Summer School for International Students is a ten-days intensive program for highly motivated college students who are pursuing a career in Medicine. The program introduces you to many aspects of translational medicine, by the following science modules: a) Talking about hematooncology and genes Coordinator Prof. F. Lo Coco b) Talking about metabolic disease and the cardiovascular risk Coordinator Prof. P. Sbraccia Each module is taught by Tor Vergata Medical School Faculty Members and international major experts in the field. Students are exposed to workshops, seminars and lab training to master development of a problem-focused learning model of science education. Clinical and laboratory exposure provides students with a variety of experiences to develop an understanding of translational medicine application. As part of the course, students have the opportunity to live Italian Cultural and Historical Heritage as a unique experience with an exclusive introduction to Italian Monuments and Archaeological sites. English is the official language. The course lasts for 50 hours (40 hours lessons + 10 hours of cultural activities). 90% of attendance is mandatory to be awarded with 7 credits (ECTS). ELIGIBILITY Students must have completed 2 years of Medical School and must be in good academic standing. We encourage applications from students of diverse backgrounds to create a pleasant cross-cultural exchange. A letter of recommendation from a University teacher, counsellor or principal -someone who has personal knowledge of your CV, integrity, character or qualities - is required. Italian students are allowed in a limited number.