Masters in Medicine & Health



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Biomedicine studies theoretical aspects of medicine and puts biological and natural science concepts into practice. Biomedicine Bachelors and Masters gather knowledge from a number of related disciplines such as biochemistry, zoology, anatomy, genetics, physiology, pathology, botany, chemistry and biology.

Biomedical science graduates will acquire practical and analytical skills. They also have to be IT literate, to know how to use different software for special analyses. Another important ability would be the numerical skills; a biomedicine expert often uses mathematical and statistical means for research. Students will also develop important qualities like time management, project management and organisational skills. Biomedical degrees offer courses on topics such as tumour biology, genetics, epidemiology and biomedical research, immunology and pathology, biomathematics.

Career opportunities include areas that interact with medicine and health, such as engineering-based fields that solve biological and medical problems. Biomedical scientists work out a range of analytical and practical laboratory tests in order to contribute to the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Graduates are qualified to also work in academic research, pharmaceutical industry.

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Suggested Masters in Biomedicine

M.Sc. Molecular Biomedicine

An MSc in Molecular Biomedicine from University of Copenhagen enables you to do research within the field of biomedicine and to participate as a fully-fledged member of international research groups. The programme also provides you with the best foundation possible to continue your studies as a PhD student at world-leading universities and laboratories.

M.Sc. Computational Biomedicine

Computational Biomedicine is an interdisciplinary programme in the borderline territory between biomedicine, statistics and computer science. This Computational Biomedicine programme is offered by the University of Southern Denmark.

M.Sc. Biomedicine

Biomedicine is the study of diseases at the molecular and cellular levels, bridging the gap between the fields of medicine and science. Biomedics can collaborate with physicians to help develop new diagnostics methods and disease treatments. The MS Biomedicine programme at University of Southern Denmark is based on the latest biological knowledge and research.

Master Biomedicine

Are you interested in biomedical research? Do you want to use your knowledge in biomedicine to develop new medicines? The Master Programme in Biomedicine enables you to choose your own career in research, clinical trials or drug development, amongst other things. You will obtain in-depth knowledge about some of our major diseases and the brain, both healthy and diseased. You will follow the process of developing new drugs, from finding new targets to the final product.