The 1st level Master's program in "Bioresonance: application methodologies" consists of the following 8 modules.

The Master has a total duration of 1500 hours and is structured by number of hours devoted to teaching and by in-depth training activities, in order to guarantee the acquisition of 60 University Credits / ECTS.

The training activity is divided into didactic activities, structured differently (lessons, exercises, seminars, group work, application projects, webinars, project works), individual study and debate.

For those who request it, the end of the Master can be extended by 12 months, in the opinion of the Director of the Master.

Module 1: Molecular Biology - Biochemistry - 7 CFU/ECTS - SDS BIO/11


1. Levels of organization of living forms
2. Anatomy and molecular biology of the cell
3. Ion channels and transporters
4. Receptors 1: Ion channels
5. Receptors 2: Protein coupled receptor
6. Receptors 3: Receptor tyrosine kinases
7. Receptors 4: Nuclear receptors
8. Receptors 5: Nitric oxide
9. Physiology and pathophysiology of nitric oxide
10. Neurons and synapses
11. Synaptic transmission
12. Synaptic modulation
13. Calcium oscillators
14. Modern cells as hybrid machines
15. Insulin system
16. Structure and function of mitochondria


Module 2: Physiology - Pathophysiology - 7 CFU/ECTS - SDS BIO/09


1. The meal-fasting cycle
2. Preventive and therapeutic effects of fasting
3. Nutritional styles and health
4. Exercise, sport and health
5. Fructose and health
6. Alcohol, alcoholic beverages and health
7. Insulin resistance
8. Chronic non-resolving inflammation
9. Overweight and obesity
10. Diseases and immune pathogenesis
11. Cardiovascular diseases
12. Cancer
13. Neurodegenerative diseases and the art of aging
14. Historical epidemics and new epidemics
15. Mental disorders


Module 3: Water, this unknown - 5 CFU/ECTS - SDS FIS/01


1. Notions of quantum mechanics
2. Quantum field theory approach to the molecular dynamics of water and biological systems
3. Physico-chemical characteristics of water
4. Models of water structure and their implications in the physico-chemical field and biology
5. Interpretation of experimental data starting from the adopted model
6. Interaction of weak magnetic fields with living systems modified by water
7. Water exclusion zone
8. Electric-oxide effect


Module 4: Basics of Clinical Biochemistry - 7 CFU/ECTS - SDS MED/49


1. Biochemistry of Iron
2. Biochemistry of Magnesium
3. Biochemistry of Vitamin C
4. Biochemistry of Vitamin D
5. Biochemistry of Iodine
6. Biochemistry of Vitamin B
7. Biochemistry of Folic acid
8. Biochemistry of Vitamin B12


Module 5: Quantum physics and health sciences - 7 CFU/ECTS - SDS FIS/03


1. Historical references on various Medicines (Einstein - Rubbia)
2. Electricity
3. Magnetism
4. Electromagnetism
5. Resonance
6. DNA as an oscillating circuit
7. Photons - light
8. Phonons - sound
9. Frequency spectra
10. Bioresonance
11. EAV
12. Waves that cure
13. Harmful waves
14. Water informed


Module 6: Theory of the interactive effect of biological and cosmic fields - 7 CFU/ECTS - SDS FIS/06


1. Returning to Hippocrates: towards a biomedical philosophy in the name of the mirror osmosis between the human microcosm and the universal macrocosm
2. Engram theory, informational biological signals and quantum coherence: chirality at the foundations of a new biomedicine
3. The frequencies of Music as information: sound as an actuator of interactive modifications in Biophysics
4. The territory of Physics as a space-time continuum of the interactive effect of biological and cosmic fields
5. Safety in the healthcare environment: risk assessment and prevention


7: Food sciences, bioresonance. Analysis and integration - 7 CFU/ECTS - SDS MED/49


1. Paleoanthropological picture of the genus Homo and contribution of the diet to human evolution;
2. Lipogenic liver, with temporary fasting and prolonged fasting;
3. Nutritional principles and physiology of nutrition;
4. Mediterranean diet, Scandinavian diet and Japanese diet.
5. Psychobiology of nutrition;
6. Metabolic Syndrome;
7. Oxidative Stress;
8. Nutrition and Xenobiotics;
9. Biodegradation of Xenobiotics.
10. Endocrine Disruptors;
11. Eating disorders.

Module 8: Bioresonance - 7 CFU/ECTS - SDS MED/50


1. Theoretical background of Bioresonance.
- Frequencies and information
- Bioresonance in the context of quantum physics
- Epigenetics and bioresonance
- Energy blocks

2. The difference between conventional medicine and energy medicine.
- Natural therapy as a complementary method
- Homeopathy and Bioresonance
- Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Bioresonance

3. How to use Bioresonance as a complementary method in a holistic treatment concept.
- How to combine the different treatment methods of conventional medicine and natural therapy
- How to use Bioresonance in a practice for integrative medicine

4. Bioresonance. Structure and functions.
- Introduction into the various modules of the machines
- Brief overview of how to use a Bioresonance equipment

5. The difference between Bioresonance and frequency therapy.
- Treatment with frequencies and patient information

6. How to diagnose allergies and intolerances; energy fields in connection with Bioresonance.
- Brief introduction to Kinesiology and EAV tests
- Theoretical background
- Explanation and case studies

7. Prevention and health promotion with Bioresonance.
- A new concept through the Bioresonance and Lifestyle-Changes treatment based on the theory of quantum physics, epigenetics, TCM, Ayurvedic medicine, Psychosynthesis (Roberto Assagioli) and awareness.