1.2 Certificate / Diploma of Advanced Studies in Biomedical Sciences

The University of Freiburg in cooperation with the Freiburg Academy of Continuing Education (FRAUW)

Biomedical sciences combine knowledge and questions of experimental medicine with  methods of molecular biology and cell biology. This international program is designed as an intensive time of studies and research with a specific and practical training that qualifies for success in academia or the private sector. IMBS modules are focusing on the following topics: Pharmacology and Toxicology, Materials and Microsystems, Molecular Medicine, Immunology, Pathology, Molecular Oncology, Genetics of Disease and Cancer, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Statistical Bioinformatics and Bioethics.

In addition, participants can chose a personal research project. Each research project is individually supervised and involves eight weeks of lab work, that is seven weeks of experimental work followed by a week of data analysis and a written lab report in the format of a scientific research publication. The program is tailored to the interests of international graduate students with professional experience. Applicants should hold at least a Bachelor's degree or equivalent degree in biology, biochemistry, medicine, chemistry, or related fields.

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