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Masters Degrees in Biomechanics, Finland

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Goal of the pro­gramme. Upon graduation, the student is expected. To have mastered medical sciences and the needs of clinical practice from the point of view of a researcher. Read more

Goal of the pro­gramme

Upon graduation, the student is expected

  • To have mastered medical sciences and the needs of clinical practice from the point of view of a researcher
  • To be familiar with up-to-date translational research methodologies
  • To be adept at scientific reasoning and the critical analysis of scientific literature
  • To acknowledge the regulatory and ethical aspects of biomedical and clinical research
  • To have mastered scientific and medical terminologies
  • To have excellent communication skills

Further information about the studies on the Master's programme website.

Pro­gramme con­tents

The TRANSMED studies are built upon three themes:

Development of research skills

The curriculum includes courses in statistics and the R programming language, bioinformatics, research ethics, and principles of clinical investigation. You will also practice the writing of research proposals and develop your skills in research methodologies during a training period in a research group. 

Studies in human disease

The courses range from normal human physiology and anatomy, and basic biomedical courses, to more advanced studies covering topics pertinent to the specialist option. You supplement these studies with clinical rounds, during which you have the opportunity to study selected patient cases in hospital wards, under the supervision of a clinician mentor.

Development of communication skills

Communication skills are promoted through interactive approaches and discussions, groupwork, team-based learning and oral presentations. In TRANSMED you will have opportunities for direct interactions with medical students, scientists and clinical teachers to enable you to practice and adopt interdisciplinary communication skills. At the end of the course of study, your communication skills will be evaluated in a Research Proposal Exam, during which you will orally present and defend your research plan to expert examiners.



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