The Master’s programme in Neurochemistry with Molecular Neurobiology is aimed at students holding a Bachelor’s Degree in chemistry or biology and who wish to study the molecular function of the nervous system. The programme aims to provide students with a sound multidisciplinary background in neurochemistry, molecular neurobiology, peptide chemistry and recombinant techniques. The programme is closely connected with research at the Department of Neurochemistry and designed to cover most specializations within neurochemistry with molecular neurobiology including the molecular mechanisms behind neurodegenerative conditions like Alzheimer’s disease and polyglutamine disorders as well as cancer in the nervous system.
The programme consists of one compulsory course and at least three specialized courses which can be chosen among five courses, up to 30 credits freely chosen elective courses and a Degree Project which is conducted in a research group at the Department of Neurochemistry. The programme provides a good platform for further graduate studies or for a professional career, both in Sweden and internationally.
BSc in Natural Sciences with 90 chemistry (where either 7.5 ECTS biochemistry or 9 ECTS zoo physiology is included)
Recipient: Stockholm University
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