The 18 Departments and 2 Faculties of the University of Pavia are organized according to homogeneous research sectors, aims, methodologies and teaching activities. Their main task is to promote and coordinate research activities, as well as to organize undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD courses. Each Department is headed by a Director and its activities are managed by a restricted board and a Council (which includes all teaching and research staff, as well as students and PhD’s representatives)

List of Departments
• Department of Biology and Biotechnology “Lazzaro Spallanzani”
Department of Chemistry
Department of Physics
Department of Law
• Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture
Department of Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering
Department of Mathematics “Felice Casorati”
• Department of Internal Medicine and Therapeutics
Department of Molecular Medicine
• Department of Public Health, Experimental and Forensic Medicine
• Department of Clinical-Surgical, Diagnostic and Pediatric Sciences
Department of Economics and Management
• Department of Drug Sciences (DDS)
• Department of Musicology and Cultural Heritage
Department of Political and Social Sciences
• Department of Brain and Behavioral Sciences
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Department of Humanities

Research Centres’ main task to develop significant, long-term research activities based on a strongly multidisciplinary approach. They put together different research groups from different Departments. These activities may also be supported by external entities.

List of Centres
• Interdepartmental Research Centre on Waters (CRA)
• Centre for Health Technologies (CHT)
• Interdepartmental Multimedia Research Centre on Ancient Theatre (CRIMTA)
• Interdepartmental Research Centre for Classic Archaeology and Ancient Technologies Teaching (CRIDACT)
• Interdepartmental Study and Research Centre for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage (CISRIC)
• Migration Recognition Gender Diversity (MERGED)
• Interdepartmental Research and Documentation Centre on the History of XX Century
• European Centre for Law, Science and New Technologies (ECLT)
• Interdepartmental Research Centre for Molecular Medicine for the Diagnosis and Prevention of Metabolic Hearth Diseases (CIRMC)
• Interdepartmental Research Centre for the History of Electric Techniques (CIRSTE)
• Interdepartmental Study and Research Centre on Higher Education Systems (CIRSIS)
• Interdepartmental Study and Research Centre on Human Nutrition and Eating Disorders (CENTRONU)
• Interdepartmental Study and Research Centre on Road Safety (CIRSS)
• Interdepartmental Research Centre on Advanced Materials and Devices (MADE)
• Interdepartmental Research Centre on Sport and Physical Activities (CRIAMS)
• Interdepartmental Research Centre on Applied Technologies for Regenerative Medicine and Inductive Surgery “T.A.ME.RI.C.I.”
• Interdepartmental Research Centre for Sport Biology and Medicine
• Study Centre on extra-European civilizations “Cesare Bonacossa”
• Interdepartmental Research Centre on Organization and governance of Public Administrations

In addition, the University Service Centres manage and coordinate important services such as the use of relevant tools and techniques supporting the activities of the University of Pavia (e.g. the use of complex research equipment by different research groups).

• Service Centre for the studies on manuscript tradition of modern and contemporary authors
• Service Centre for the Assistance and Integration of Students with Disabilities (SAISD)
• Service Centre for the unified management of the animal enclosures and radiobiology activities – Polo Botta II
• Centro Grandi Strumenti (for the management of complex research equipments of common interest)
• Interdepartmental Centre for Cooperation with Developing Countries (CICOPS)
• University Linguistic Centre (CLA)
• Centre for University Orienteering (COR)
• Centre for the History of the University of Pavia (CESUP)
• Laboratory of Applied Nuclear Energy (LENA)

Research Infrastructures
The research activities performed at the University of Pavia also benefit from the presence of important research infrastructures with advanced, state-of-the-art equipment. Among the most significant examples, we have:

• The Centre for Health Technologies (CHT)
• The European Centre for Training and Research in Earthquake Engineering (EUCENTRE)
• The National Centre for Oncologic Hadrontherapy (CNAO).

In 2018, the Plan for the Acquisition of Scientific Equipment (PASS) has allowed the purchase of 12 main research equipments for a total cost of €8.5M, as well as the re-functionalization of research spaces and the creation of 6 new laboratories.

List of Laboratories
• Laboratory of Molecular, cellular and tissue Imaging
• Laboratory of Magnetic Resonance Imaging and mico X ray tomography for small animals
• Laboratory of Spectrometry NMR
• Laboratory of Mass Spectrometry
• Calculation Cluster
• Laboratory 3DMetal@UniPV

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