Studying biomedicine may be an ideal choice for a student seeking to pursue a job in a health-related field. Biomedicine includes the study of anatomy and physiology, and may lead to a career as a biologist, surgeon, physician or other medical professional.
Ghent University - Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
A master in Biomedical Science has the expertise to contribute to translational research regarding current biomedical problems on an international academic level. You wil
A master in Biomedical Science has the expertise to contribute to translational research regarding current biomedical problems on an international academic level. You will have the know-how to develop, in a critical and creative manner, new insights regarding human health (you will bridge the gap between ‘pure’ sciences and the medical-clinical practice).
It is a master of 120 ECTS credits. It consists of general subjects, specialised biomedical subjects, a research internship and a master’s dissertation. In the second year of the master, you will have 18 credits to spend on elective courses. All these courses together form two learning trajectories aiming at your growth as an independent researcher and enabling you to bridge the gap between scientifical knowledge and the medical-clinical practice....
Rice University | Wiess School of Natural Sciences
This degree is geared to train students in bioscience and health policy with the intent of creating new options for science students interested in working in healthcare m
“Science impacts public policy in all important areas and is directly impacted by policies created at the local, state, and national levels. Funding and regulation of science, technology, engineering, and math education have a major influence on the quality of the science and engineering workforce. Science is also critically needed to inform policies in areas such as energy and climate change, threats to the environment, and dealing with biological pandemics, to name a few. Sound policy-making depends on the policymakers having access to current understanding of science and technology. Thus, graduates from this program who understand science and technology are vital to the policymaking process at all levels in government. While scientists are often called upon to testify at hearings, that is no substitute for having technically competent staff and officials who interact with the creation of policies daily. Since government policies influence the business world, companies will need graduates from this program who understand the technical issues as well as the policy-making process.”...
The Master's degree programme in Biomedical Sciences - Biomedical Imaging specialization track, trains professionals with thorough theoretical understanding and practical
Biomedical Imaging - More Than You Can Imagine!
The Master's degree programme in Biomedical Sciences - Biomedical Imaging specialization track, trains professionals with thorough theoretical understanding and practical skills in diverse imaging methods and technologies.
The studies in Biomedical Imaging provide you with strong knowledge of either cellular biology, anatomy and physiology, nanomedicine or biophysics, depending on the area of specialization. You will study in a highly international environment and gain excellent theoretical and practical skills in a wide range of imaging techniques and applications as well as in image analysis.
In addition, the courses cover for instance light microscopy, advanced fluorescence techniques, super-resolution imaging techniques, PET, electron microscopy, and atomic force microscopy. Also, an understanding of the use of multimedia in a scientific context and excellent academic writing skills are emphasized. The interdisciplinary curriculum provides you with a broad spectrum of state-of-the-art knowledge in biomedical imaging related to many different areas of cell biology and biomedicine....
The goal of this degree course is to prepare skilled graduates with an in-depth biomedical culture concerning the relationships between structure and function of biomolec
This study course is for students who wish to become specialised graduates with an advanced biomedical knowledge concerning the links between the structure and the purpose of biomolecules and bio-systems operating at cellular and tissue level of the human body, in both physiological and pathological conditions. The wide knowledge of the techniques is based on a solid practical activity in laboratories during the internship.
Subject to the educational aims of Class LM-9, the acquired knowledge allows specialized graduates to assist physicians in the diagnostic and therapeutic tasks involving the manipulation of cells, genes, and other biosystems requiring applicants to learn special skills in experimental biotechnology (e.g. Diagnosis and gene therapy; therapy through the use of genetically engineered cells; rational design and development of new medicines based on models of molecular targets known or derived from pharmacogenomic knowledge; preparation of nano-biotechnological tools for advanced diagnostics imaging and drug delivery; modulation of the immune response; diagnostics based on innovative processes of science and medical laboratory techniques; immunotherapy to targeted cells); organize and coordinate laboratory activities for advanced research or for diagnostic examinations requiring the use of biotechnological methods and the manipulation of cells or biotechnological materials; organize and coordinate the experimental protocols of clinical research involving the use of materials or biotechnology techniques; design and perform with autonomy research in biotechnology applied to medicine; lead and coordinate, also in governance, development programs and surveillance of biotechnology applied to human beings, taking into account the ethical, technical, environmental and...
The focus of the Master programme in Biomedical Sciences (MSc) lies on the biomedical field. All courses and lectures are being taught in English, the course structures a
Master of Science Biomedical Sciences
The focus of the Master programme in Biomedical Sciences (MSc) lies on the biomedical field. All courses and lectures are being taught in English, the course structures are strictly modular. All academic and examination results are quoted as credits according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). Therefore an international recognition is assured."
Degree: Master of Science
Duration: 4 Semester
Accreditation: Reaccreditation by ASIIN (German Accreditation Association) until September 30, 2014
Admission Requirements: Bachelor's degree or equivalent in biological sciences, grade at least "good" (2.0). Proof of courses equivalent to 6 ECTS in the following topics: Molecular Biology/Genetics, Immunology, Microbiology, Human Biology, and Physiology. Proficiency in English (For international applicants: paper-Based TOEFL: minimum score of 550, Computer-based TOEFL: minimum score of 213, or Internet-based TOEFL: minimum score of 79. The original TOEFL score report has to be sent by ETS, our institution code is 7977.) Each application will be examined by the Admission Commitee....
Biomedical Science is a key subject area comprising of all aspects of health and disease, within the subject are clinical laboratory disciplines that specifically address
Biomedical Science is a key subject area comprising of all aspects of health and disease, within the subject are clinical laboratory disciplines that specifically address the knowledge and understanding of disease processes in the context of the study and investigation of those processes. The MSc Biomedical Blood Science incorporates clinical biochemistry, immunology, haematology and transfusion science.
The School of Life Science has developed an extremely active and successful undergraduate and postgraduate Biomedical Science programmes. We have embraced specialists working in NHS Trusts and associated industries to develop outstanding, collaborative relationships covering key diagnostic and clinical specialities. Not only do students benefit from the inclusion of such specialist practitioners onto our teaching programmes, but input from employers also helps to shape the curriculum and can lead to highly competitive project opportunities working within related industries....
Glasgow Caledonian University - The School of Health and Life Sciences
Designed for working scientists, the MSc Biomedical Science is the only one of its kind in the city of Glasgow.
As an NHS scientist, you're already contributing to the common good – making a positive impact on meaningful work. Now you're ready for the next step: you're ready to lead.
Designed for working scientists, the MSc Biomedical Science is the only one of its kind in the city of Glasgow. This part-time programme enables biomedical scientists currently employed in NHS pathology service labs to attain greater expertise and advance to the next stage of their careers.
GCU's MSc Biomedical Science is accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS). With part-time study, the programme takes two to three years to complete.
Through this programme, hospital laboratory employees can progress through Agenda for Change bandings and fulfil the required qualifications to become a Chartered Scientist (CSci)....
The Master's program in Biomedicine will shed light on contemporary problems and methods in biomedicine. The students will be trained in experimental work as well as writ
The Master's program in Biomedicine will shed light on contemporary problems and methods in biomedicine. The students will be trained in experimental work as well as written and oral presentations of independents scientific papers.
During the first semester, you are required to attend a laboratory course (MBI-3010), which includes relevant techniques for biomedical research. You will be trained in cell culturing, detection and expression of DNA, RNA and proteins, imaging, electron microscopy, histological analysis and immunohistochemistry. You will also be trained in health and safety procedures in laboratories. During the second semester you will start specializing in various areas of biomedicine. You also have the option to get an early start on your Master's thesis, and take the last 10 ECTS of specialization electives in the third semester. In the second year, you will mainly focus on your individual research project, and on the writing of your Master's thesis. Your project will be based on research performed by the Department of Medical Biology (IMB), and you will participate in one of these projects. The Master's thesis is expected to be an independent body of scientific work performed and presented by each student. The result of the work must be submitted as a written thesis and, as part of your examination, you will give a presentation of your thesis followed by an oral examination. The thesis, presentation and oral examination together counts as the final exam, and will be graded as a whole. As a student on the Master's degree program...
Through its unique collaboration with the Institute of Tropical Medicine (ITM), the University of Antwerp is able to offer this state-of-the master programme, integrating
The M.Sc. in Biomedical Sciences: Infectious and Tropical Diseases offers you the opportunity to combine courses of different disciplines and research projects in leading laboratories and institutes. Moreover, optional courses in preclinical and clinical drug research facilitate career opportunities in clinical research organisations and biopharmaceutical industries, while optional courses in molecular and cellular biomedicine prepare for a career in dedicated research and development.
Courses and research are organised during 4 semesters. The research internship takes 6 weeks in a laboratory of your choice. The project proposal and the master’s research project and thesis last 7 months and are completed in one of the spearhead laboratories. In completing the research projects, you will gain practical experience in scientific research and learn to analyse data, write reports and give oral presentations. You will be encouraged to go abroad and complete your research work in part or entirely at a partner university....
This programme provides you with a solid understanding of the challenges related to biomedical and health sciences. You will become familiar with advanced technologies at
Biomedical Sciences and Engineering combines engineering with life sciences
People's need for more tailored and cost-efficient implants, devices and health informatics solutions is growing.
The biomedical engineering industry is an increasingly important, global high-tech sector. In Finland, the HealthTech industry is especially strong. With the emergence of numerous small enterprises, the fields of biomedical sciences and engineering are rapidly expanding and offer diverse career options. This programme provides you with a solid understanding of the challenges related to biomedical and health sciences. You will become familiar with advanced technologies at the interface between engineering and health sciences and have the ability to develop innovative solutions to solve these challenges. You will be able to demonstrate critical thinking and professionalism and pursue a career in industry, a hospital or continue your studies towards a doctoral degree. You may also be a natural-born entrepreneur and launch your own start-up....
Enhance your knowledge of the major fields within biomedical sciences through self-driven independent laboratory work in our specialist lab facilities.
Enhance your knowledge of the major fields within biomedical sciences through self-driven independent laboratory work in our specialist lab facilities.
If your first degree is in biomedical sciences or a related subject, or you have significant experience of working in a laboratory setting within the field, this course will prepare you to take the next step in your career. The expertise you develop will inform and underpin your research activities, ensuring you will be well placed to delve deeper into your area of interest through specialist laboratory-based roles or PhD study.
You will be supported in your development through taught seminars and the guidance of your research supervisor. You will learn through a range of activities, including tutor-led lab sessions, independent research and group assignments that will require you to work effectively as part of a team to meet your deadline. The topics you will study will be wide-ranging, from immunology and haematology to medical genetics and physiology....
This Medical Bioscience course is designed to allow students to specialise in one key area of human disease from Cancer Biology, Medical Biochemistry, Medical Cell Biolog
Biomedical Sciences involves a multidisciplinary approach to the study of human health and disease.
This range of biological and molecular sciences underpins the scientific basis of investigating the human body in health and disease, enabling diagnosis and therapeutic intervention.
There is a demand for graduates with advanced biomedical training able to apply their skills to research, education, regulatory approval, diagnostic services and the commercialisation of biomedical information.
This Medical Bioscience course is designed to allow students to specialise in one key area of human disease from Cancer Biology, Medical Biochemistry, Medical Cell Biology or Medical Microbiology....
Do you have a clear and specific interest in cancer, stem cells or developmental biology? Our Master’s program Cancer, Stem Cells, and Developmental Biology combines rese
Do you have a clear and specific interest in cancer, stem cells or developmental biology? Join our program and combine research in oncology, molecular developmental biology, and genetics. Discover the mysteries of embryonic growth, stem cells, signaling, gene regulation, evolution, and development as they relate to health and disease.
Contribute to a Better Understanding of Disease Treatment and Prevention
Given that fundamental developmental processes are so often impacted by the disease, an understanding of these processes is vital to the better understanding of disease treatment and prevention. Adult physiology is regulated by developmental genes and mechanisms which, if deregulated, may result in pathological conditions....
What causes a disease? What can be done about obesity and type 2 diabetes? Why does one person become depressed and another does not? What are the underlying mechanisms o
What causes a disease? What can be done about obesity and type 2 diabetes? Why does one person become depressed and another does not? What are the underlying mechanisms of disease and what is the role of the brain?
During the Master's degree programme in Biomedical Sciences, you will be trained to find answers to these questions. The programme is strongly oriented towards the scientific background of health and disease and preclinical research. You will encounter an interdisciplinary environment of basic scientific research at the faculty of science and engineering and the more medical oriented environment of the university medical centre.
You study life processes, and their abnormalities, in the intact organism. The field in Groningen is wide and the choice is up to you: you can specialize in molecular biology or conduct research at the level of population groups. You are participating actively in all aspects of the research, from designing an experiment to conducting it to writing an international scientific publication. Within the degree programme, Biomedical Sciences students can follow the specialisation Biology of Ageing which provides training as a researcher mainly in the field of ageing and age-related pathologies....
This Master's programme in Biomedical Sciences provides you with a solid basis in methodology, statistics, and biostatistics, laboratory research, and communication skill
Biomedical scientists want to minimize the impact of diseases on humans and humankind. Smart, global visionaries are needed who want to solve health care issues in the lab and in the field. Radboud University aims to educate the best biomedical scientists with not just a thorough understanding of the molecular, individual and population aspects of human health and disease, but also with unique areas of expertise. To do this we have constructed a Master’s programme in Biomedical Sciences that gives students the opportunity to construct their own programme based on personal academic and professional interests. Students choose one of three research institutes as a learning environment and combine that with one of three career profiles. Biomedical Sciences specializations and research institutes...