The high-level skills obtained during the doctoral course in the field of vital processes related to human well-being and the organism-environment interaction (acquisition of titles such as publications in ISI scientific journals and participation in conferences) will enable participation in public competitions for temporary and permanent positions in national and international academic institutions. Furthermore, the acquired competencies will provide opportunities for employment in research activities within public entities (e.g., CNR, ARPA, ISPRA, zooprophylactic institutes, National Parks), international organizations, and national and international industries.

The advanced training obtained during the PhD course, including project management, problem-solving skills, teamwork, data analysis, etc., will also qualify individuals for managerial or coordinating positions in both public and private companies.