- Chair Jean De Ville De Goyet
- Coordinator Pietro Bagolan
The II level Master’s degree in Neonatal Surgery is the only one that deepen topic of neonatal surgery across Italy and Europe.
The objective is to offer a theoretical and practical high-level education that makes the learner able to manage the newborn with congenital malformation pathology of surgical interest.
The Master is strictly connected with the Department of Neonatology of the Bambino Gesù Children’s Hospital and it gives the learners the opportunity to experince practically on the field, inside a Department of neonatal pathologic surgery of high complexity.
Main characteristics of Master is the multidisciplinary integrated approach to the surgical newborn: the Faculty of the Master is composed by doctors and surgeons with robust experience into the different fields of the neonatal pathology and neonatal surgery, from the anesthesia to the intensive post-operative management.
- Clinical Governance
- Neonatal Anesthesia
- Neonatal Otolaryngology
- Neonatal Thoracic Surgery
- Neonatal Abdominal and Gastroenterological Surgery
- Neonatal Urology
- Neonatal Surgical Oncology
- Minimal Access Surgery in the Neonate
The Master costs: € 3.800 (for two years of the course)
Payment will be split in 4 installments (see announcement of the current academic year)
Installments can be paid at UniCredit bank or via online payment: https://online-retail.unicredit.it/ibx/web/public/universityTaxes.jsp?url=confirm&univ=vergata&action=pagù
We remind you to validate your payment online: https://delphi.uniroma2.it/totem/jsp/index.jsp
The Master’s degree lasts two years.
The educational activity foresees 60 ECTS. In presence and e-learning didactics, stages at affiliated institutions, guided exercitations and frequency of dedicated didactic laboratories.
Enrolment to university courses (or equivalent), finalized in developing professional skills in the medical field, wheter in Italy or abroad, gives the right to be exempted from ECM training. The lenght of the exemption cannot exceed the legal duration of the course and must coincide with the period of attendance.
The exemption does not give you credits, buti t reduces the mandatory individual training.
The Master is addressed to Medicine graduates holding a Residency in Pediatric Surgery or General Surgery, with documented continuative interest into Pediatric Surgery.
Foreigners, EU and non-EU citizens, currently resident in Italy with a regular working or studying visa can enroll to the Master.