Today during lunch, we went out again for a short walk around LITA, home of IMS Milan. There is some good shopping — particularly, eating — within five minutes by foot.
This afternoon, as I was biking to school, I looked at the horizon and saw something I had not yet seen from Milan: the Alps. It was quite a surprise.
The International Medical School of the University of Milan has its first and second-year courses at LITA, Italy’s Laboratorio Interdisciplinare Tecnologie Avanzate (Advanced Technology Interdisciplinary Laboratory). The facility permits us to have direct contact with international-level researchers in biomedical sciences.
The first and second-year students at the International Medical School at the University of Milan have classes and labs in a building called LITA, which stands for Laboratorio Interdisciplinare Tecnologie Avanzate (“Advanced Interdisciplinary Technology Laboratory”).