A graduate with a Master's degree in Biomedicine has in-depth knowledge of theories and experimental methods of the central areas of molecular biology and biomedicine.
In particular, the graduate has knowledge of clinical molecular and biochemical diagnostics, and has obtained insights into the interface between, on the one hand, the pharmaceutical sciences and the history of natural science and, on the other hand, issues pertaining to the areas of modern technology, health, and environment. The graduate has expert knowledge of a well-defined area of research within the biomedical field.
The graduate has specific skills in using advanced models and methods of biomedicine, including those of the cutting edge research of the field, and in developing new variants of the acquired methods, if required by the problem at hand. The graduate has skills in presenting the current knowledge of the pathophysiology of a number of significant diseases and discussing the limits of this knowledge. The graduate has skills in promoting collaboration and communication between biochemists/molecular biologists and employees in the medicine and health care sector.