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MSc - Biology of Disease


Utrecht University Life Sciences

Full time See Course MSc 2 years full time

About the course

EXPLORE THE INTERSECTION OF BASIC AND CLINICAL RESEARCH

Biology of Disease positions you at the cutting edge of basic and clinical science, in particular in the cardiovascular research field. You study disease mechanisms in the broadest sense, and learn to conduct (cardiovascular) disease-related translational research in cooperation with clinical and pre-clinical staff.

Learn to translate a disease into a scientifically sound experiment or model or the other way around. Expand your knowledge concerning the disease or build bridges towards therapeutic leads by studying underlying mechanisms of the disease. Our various research projects focus on different subjects and diseases, allowing you to gain experience in multiple labs.

BECOME AN EXPERT OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES

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Entry Requirements

A relevant Bachelor’s degree
Bachelor’s programmes that most likely meet the requirements are:
Biomedical Sciences or other Life sciences
Medical Biology
Biological Sciences
Chemical Sciences
Pharmaceutical Sciences
(Veterinary) Medicine with relevant science education

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