The Task Force on Microbiome Studies
A collective and multidisciplinary Microbiome initiative bringing together facilities from 14 different Departments and expertise from more than 100 staff scientists spanning soil/plant/food/human microbiome, and including chemistry, engineering and social sciences
We are open to collaborations with public institutions and private companies
The strength of our Research
We Approach Microbiome Research with a Multidisciplinary Network of Expertise
What do we do?
Our Recent Activities
CRESCENDO is an interdisciplinary and inter-sectoral Doctoral Programme in the Microbiome field managed by University of Naples Federico II (UNINA)
through its Task Force on Microbiome
Studies (TFM), a collective initiative representing a solid and multidisciplinary network of expertise in Microbiome research, combining facilities and experience of more than 150 Academic scientists from 14 different UNINA Departments in the areas of Biology, Medicine, Biotechnology, Food, Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Engineering, Maths and Social Sciences.
CRESCENDO aims to select a total of 10 international Early-Stage Researchers (ESRs; PhD
candidates) to be enrolled by UNINA/TFM in a doctoral course of study lasting 36 months (3 years)
leading to the awarding of a doctoral degree.
The recruited PhDs will conduct specific research
and training projects involving microbiome studies on human, animal, soil, plant, food,
environment or marinesystems.
More info: https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/757852 Or www.crescendo.unina.it