Biomedical sciences (Biologia applicata alla ricerca biomedica)
Research is fuelled by the passionate work of scientists and in turn drives progress in society. The recent decades have witnessed continuing and exciting advances in biological research, and biomedicine is probably the field where such progress has translated into the most significant achievements. The goal of the Master Degree Program in Biomedical Sciences is to provide the students with the theoretical background, technological know-how and practical skills to carry on this meaningful quest.
The Master Degree Program in Biomedical Sciences relies on synergic expertise and skills in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Physiology and Pathology to offer a multidisciplinary approach to the biomedical field and a close connection with scientific research at a level of excellence. Top-quality training, a scientifically stimulating environment, innovation and bench-to-bedside translation are the key words in this program, that will turn study and commitment into high professional qualifications, to build a solid foundation for a future in research.
Two specialized curricula are available, addressing the study of the functions and disorders of the nervous system (Neuroscience) or of cancer pathogenesis and the possible approaches to its prevention and treatment (Oncology).
A Double-Degree Program, focusing more closely on immunological and clinical topics, is also available for selected students, who will attend the second year of the course in Bonn, and carry on their thesis project, at the Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, and also obtain a German Master of Science Degree (MSc) in Biomedical Sciences.
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