Bioengineering is blazing trails in biology and medicine today.
This course involves intensive interactions between several medical, biomedical and engineering disciplines, spanning chemistry, physics, mechanics, biology and mathematics, and their applications. It is open to students from a wide variety of academic backgrounds, encapsulates a multidisciplinary institutional approach, and aims to spark new research and cooperation in this area. The Master program is based on a large network of excellence of research and academic laboratories in medicine-biology-chemistry (Paris Descartes) and engineering (ParisTech). All courses are taught in english and are located in Paris.
Students spend their first year (M1) cementing their engineering or biomedical scientific expertise then pre-specialise in one of the five second-year (M2) fields and take a four-month internship (possibly abroad).Second-year (M2) programmes Bioimaging (BIM) Biomechanics (BioMECH) Biomaterials (BioMAT) Molecular and cellular biotherapy (MCB) Systemic and synthetic biology, information and interaction (S2I2) Bioengineering and Innovation in Neurosciences (BIN).M2 also includes seminars, conferences and specialist input, and ends with a 6-month practical internship in a lab.
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