This MSc full degree programme in Biomedicine - research profile is offered in English.
To be accepted into the master’s programme in Biomedicine, you need to complete a relevant bachelor programme.
Biomedicine is the study of understanding diseases on a molecular level and a cellular level, and you bridge the gap between the fields on medicine and science. Biomedics can collaborate with doctors to help develop new diagnostics methods and disease treatments. The job is based on the newest in molecular biological knowledge and research.
The Department of Biochemistry and molecular biology at University of Southern Denmark focusses their research on:
- The construction and organisation of genes
- The regulation of gene activity
- How gene information is translated into protein through RNA
Here the research is cutting-edge, and as a student you get to be present where scientific advances are made.
Read more about the department’s research in More about the programme
Biomedicine with a research profile
You combine this programme with a research profile which allows you to specialise in a specific scientific area.
Read More about the programme.
The programme is offered by:
The Faculty of Science