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Master's Degree in Biomedical Biotechnology Vera (València) Campus, Universitat Politècnica de València

Master's Degree in Biomedical Biotechnology

90 credits

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(2021/2022)
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25 openings
(2022/2023)

Pre-registration in June

Introduction

Biomedical biotechnology is the frontier between basic biomedical research and established applications of medical biotechnology, and refers to the generation of new biotechnological tools for research, diagnosis and the treatment of diseases.

Biomedical biotechnology is a new name for this situation of creative effervescence in public research centres and companies, where the development of new tools with potential value for medicine is constant, even if only some of them will become established in medical practice. This tremendous vitality of biomedical biotechnology is what justifies offering a master's degree with this title.

Objectives

The aim of the Master's Degree in Biomedical Biotechnology is for students to acquire advanced, specialised and multidisciplinary training in molecular and cellular biotechnology. This involves the acquisition of basic knowledge applied to the diagnosis and therapy of human diseases, as well as integration with the research, clinical, pharmaceutical and business world. The focus of this master's degree is therefore twofold: research- and professionally-oriented, reflecting the current state of biomedical biotechnology.

The objective of the master's degree is for students to be able to integrate basic knowledge with medical needs in a context of translational research (bench to bedside), which will involve knowing how to deal with the complexity of making judgements on biomedical biotechnology issues that include reflections on the technical possibilities of diagnoses and therapies, as well as the social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of their knowledge.

Aimed at

Students who can prove that they hold a bachelor's degree in one of the following Spanish qualifications:

Life Sciences Degrees: Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences, Chemistry, Medicine, Pharmacy, Veterinary Science, Food Science and Technology, Agricultural Engineering, Agrifood and Rural Engineering.

Other equivalent degrees from foreign universities in the fields of biotechnology, health sciences, biology and chemistry will also be considered.

Organisation

Department of Biotechnology

Participants

  • Biomedicine Institute of València (National Scientific Research Council)
  • Prince Felipe Research Centre (València)
  • Biotechnology of the Valencian Community (BIOVAL)

Collaborating organisations

  • Spanish Association of Biocompanies
  • Association of Biotechnology Companies of the Valencian Communitya
  • Valencian Health Agency (Hospital General Universitari and Hospital Universitari La Fe)

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