Graduates from the Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences are scientists who create knowledge to establish novel and innovative technologies that are relevant for the health sector, and understand basic phenomena within the field of Biomedical Sciences. They work as leaders or as collaborators within national and international research groups, on areas such as physiopathological mechanisms for discovering therapeutic targets, markers, and diagnosis, trial-running new pharmaceuticals, and designing therapeutic devices among others. The findings of their discoveries are important outcomes which should be submitted for peer-reviewed and academic publication, patents or conference proceedings. This knowledge transference as well as all of their professional activities follows legal, ethical and official norms.
To be admitted into the Ph.D. and Master in Biomedical Sciences programs, applicants must meet the following requirements: A Bachelor’s Degree in Medicine, Biomedicine, Biotechnology, Bioscience, Nutrition, Biomedical Engineering, Pharmacy, Biology, Nursing, Chemistry, Physics, or related fields.
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At the completion of the program, students will be able to: