The main purposes of this course are: 1. To provide notions of the pathologies linked to the effect of changes of the environment, technology and society 2. To provide predictive instruments using computational tools to quantify the impact of environment, technology and society on changes in physiological processes related to pathologies 3. To provide the new instruments to integrate different knowledge to understand the impact of environmental changes on public health and the communicative strategies to inform policy and society.
Expected learning outcomes
At the end of teaching the student should be able to deal critically with problems related to changes in the environment and their impact on human health. He will need to demonstrate that he can read the scientific literature adequately and critically by understanding statistical analysis and to be able to understand the impact of these changes on the biological mechanisms of the cell. The student will also need to have acquired the necessary communication mechanisms and techniques to manage these issues.
(In case of multiple editions, please check the period, as it may vary)