Cancer is a major health problem in modern-day society and is one that demands the attention of the scientific community. The Master's programme in Oncology provides training for biomedical life science students to become qualified researchers, capable of making distinctive contributions to the improved diagnosis and treatment of cancer in the near future. Studying Oncology at the University of Amsterdam
The Academic Medical Centre and the Netherlands Cancer Institute have collaborated with the University of Amsterdam (UvA) to create a Master's programme that offers students a comprehensive introduction to contemporary cancer research. Computer simulations reveal how tumour growth is controlled
Computational scientists and oncologists working for the University of Amsterdam (UvA) have discovered that cancer stem cells control how tumours grow. The study may help improve the treatment of cancer patients.
Applicants must hold a Dutch Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Sciences
Recipient: University of Amsterdam
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