Instruments and Methods for Biomedicine (IMBM) is a 2-year Master?s study program intended for graduates of bachelor?s program focusing on natural and life sciences, engineering and healthcare. IMBM is a multidisciplinary program with emphasis on novel advanced methods and technology and their applications to biology and medicine. It is suitable for graduates from bachelor?s program in biomedicine as well as other fields provided the applicant is eager to expand her/his expertise in different areas. Students will acquire advanced knowledge in physics, molecular biology, chemistry, applied mathematics, optics and optoelectronics, spectroscopy, nanotechnology and lasers, as well as physiology, biochemistry and immunology. Due to the high multidisciplinarity of the program, graduates of this program will find employment in progressive bio/technological and pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, companies developing devices, technologies and products for biological and clinical laboratories. Another possible engagement is with academic research institutes and universities. IMBM provides an ideal foundation for doctoral studies and academic career.
As a graduate of IMBM, you complete a specific technical or research task in overlapping scientific fields, applying new methods and technology to biomedicine. You gain insight into a new field and directly applied newly learned knowledge to solve practical problems. You learn to search for relevant scientific and technical literature and to recognize information that will help you with your project. You learn to critically assess the results of your work and to clearly present them to experts of various fields. You acquire truly interdisciplinary experience. The experience in IMBM helps you think out of box and to bring new innovative solutions to transdisciplinary scientific and engineering problems.
|Applications start||7th November 2017|
|Applications end||13th August 2018|
|Start of study:||1st October 2018|
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