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Function of a cell requires a multitude of molecular interactions and signaling cascades, which form complex regulatory networks orchestrating metabolic reactions. What are the identities of these molecular components? How do they function? How are they regulated and what are their positions in the molecular networks? Marked progress in omics technologies and constantly deepening mechanistic understanding of cell functions have provided us an opportunity to get a holistic systems biology view on biological processes.
Molecular Systems Biology track offers extensive training in modern molecular biology and education focused on systems biology (genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, gene/protein structure-function relationships) with a special focus on practical laboratory skills and
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A nationally recognized first cycle degree – normally a Bachelor’s degree – from an accredited institution of higher education which corresponds to at least 180 ECTS (European credits) or to three years of full-time study.
Your degree is in a relevant field for the Master’s degree programme that you’re applying to, such as: biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, molecular plant biology or molecular microbiology.
Applicants must have excellent English language skills and a certificate that proves those skills.
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Free for citizens of EU/EEA countries or Switzerland.
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The University of Turku is an international research university and an active academic community of nearly 24,000 students and employees. As one of the leading universities in Finland, the University of Turku offers study and research opportunities in seven faculties and seven independent units - expertise ranging from humanities to natural sciences.Read more
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