Prospettive

The graduate in Biotechnology will be able to fit into numerous professional contexts including: the agri-food industry, the animal feed and plant production sector, the pharmaceutical industry, the chemical industry, the cosmetic industry and scientific information , the industry and services for environmental biotechnology, reproductive biotechnology laboratories, both in the medical and veterinary fields, biotechnological service centers for the applications of information technology to genomics and proteomics, universities and research laboratories of public and private institutions , certification bodies, structures of the National Health System. Health regulatory agencies and national and international agencies for patent regulations for the exploitation of biotechnological products, including study centers for toxicological and environmental detection are also open sectors for the biotechnologists.
The specific roles and professions of the graduate in Biotechnology, based on the nomenclature and classification drawn up by ISTAT (2012), are identified by the following codes:
- Biochemical laboratory technicians (3.2.2.3.1)
- Food technicians (3.2.2.2.2)
- Agronomist and forestry technicians (3.2.2.1)
- Veterinary laboratory technicians (3.2.2.3.3)
- Zootechnicians (3.2.2.)
The degree course allows you to qualify for the following regulated professions:
- Agricultural biotechnologist (Agri-food curriculum)
- Junior biologist
- Medical-scientific informant (Pharmaceutical curriculum)
Employment statistics (Almalaurea)
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