Goal of the programme
How do genes regulate the development and functioning of cells, tissues and organisms? How do molecules, cells and tissues function and communicate with each other, and how are their functions studied? These are the key issues for understanding molecular and cellular mechanisms, whose disruption can contribute to the onset and progression of various diseases. Researchers in the fields of genetics, genomics, cellular and developmental biology, biochemistry, structural biology, and biosciences of health are searching for the answers to these questions.
Upon completing the Master’s Programme in Genetics and Molecular Biosciences:
- You will have in-depth knowledge of genetics and molecular biosciences and of the experimental methods used in them.
- You will understand the characteristics and functions of genes and biomolecules at the cellular, tissue and organism levels.
- You will be able to analyse scientific knowledge critically and communicate it to different audiences.
- You will have the ability to produce new scientific information about the properties of genes, biomolecules and cells by means of experimental studies.
- You will be able to take advantage of existing research data and biological databases.
- You will have mastered good scientific practice and know how to act accordingly.
- You will have the capacity for independent project management and problem solving, as well as for maintaining and developing your own expertise.
- You will have the ability to work in multi-disciplinary and multicultural communities.