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MSc - Drug Innovation


Utrecht University Natural Sciences

Full time & Part time See Course MSc 2 years full time

About the course

DRUG INNOVATION: A UNIQUE PROGRAMME

Drug Innovation is about:

  • developing new drugs to combat drug-resistant microorganisms
  • using gene or protein technologies to create therapies targeted at individual patients
  • finding a way to imprint the immune system to increase tolerance
  • exploring the relationship between gut microbes and brain disease
  • learning how to use proteomics to study stem cell development
  • reducing the side effects of treatment by finding new ways to deliver drugs directly onto the tumor
  • updating and speeding up the drug regulatory process

The Master’s in Drug Innovation programme focuses on diagnostics and the improvement and management of small molecule and biomolecular drugs. Drug innovation covers many topics such as the development of new vaccines and the study of antibodies, gene

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Entry Requirements

1. A relevant bachelor degree
Bachelor programmes that most likely meet the requirements are:

Biology
Chemistry
Biomedical sciences
Molecular life sciences
Biotechnology
Pharmacy/College of Pharmaceutical sciences
Other relevant Life Sciences programmes

2. Relevant knowledge, insight and skills
In depth (level Bachelor year 3) knowledge, insight and mastery of methods and techniques in:

biochemistry, biotechnology and cell biology;
pharmacology (including pharmacokinetics);
organic chemistry and analytical techniques; and
anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology

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