Master Health Science, Technology and Engineering (M2 specialisation Cellular and Molecular Biosignalisation) Back
This specialty multidisciplinary, single-site aims to train students from the University of Angers to the latest developments and technological fundamentals of biology in the areas of biotechnology and medical engineering. The training provided by teacher-researchers and researchers ( INSERM , CNRS ) is mainly oriented towards careers in basic or applied research in the fields of human biology.
The lessons are particularly focused on different aspects of cancer research and immunology (Biosignalisation course) and human pathophysiology and experimental models (path Pathophysiology 2nd year) and delivered by the actors of research in this area.
The purpose of the specialty is to supplement the education of students with a scientific approach to medical research and to reinforce the student dies of health (medicine, pharmacy, ISSBA ) by a basic scientific culture.
This multidisciplinary specialty is to train students in basic latest developments, technological and applied biology in the areas of biotechnology and medical engineering. The training provided by teacher-researchers and researchers labeled units will be mainly oriented towards careers in biomedical and clinical research. The lessons will be specifically focused on different aspects of cell and molecular biology in the areas of research in immuno-oncology. Practical training will be provided by research in two stages one by one month the other six months will be performed in certified laboratories.
- Start date:
- 1 Year
- Teaching method:
- Angers, France
- EUR 255.00
- EUR 255.00
- Tuition fees
|Module name||Credits (ECTS or CATS)||Duration||Core / elective / recommended||Available as Short course (CPD)|
|Cell extracellular matrix interaction|
|Cellular response and angiogenesis|
|Immunoregulation and Neuroimmunology|
|Modelling of molecular interactions|
|Pathology and Genetics transgenesis|
|Pharmacogenomics and pharmacogenetics|
|Signalling, chromatin and epigenetics|