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Biomedical Sciences: Communication

The master’s programme in Biomedical Sciences – Communication consists of compulsory components (e.g. taught courses, research projects, training period) and electives. The total amount of credits of this two-year programme is 120 EC. Please check the list below for detailed descriptions of the components involved in the Communication specialisation.

Additional information on the programme, its regulations, schedules and timetable, etcetera can be consulted at LUMC’s website and on Blackboard. Please refer to links at your right hand side.

The master’s programme has the following objectives:

  1. to impart to students academic knowledge, insight, skills and methodology in the field of biomedical sciences;
  2. to prepare students for an academic career and postgraduate education, or to prepare them for a career in teaching or another career outside academia;
  3. to encourage students to adopt an academic attitude by acquiring the ability to:
  • engage in individual and independent academic thinking
  • analyse complex issues
  • write academic reports
  • apply specialist knowledge and skills in a philosophical and social context.

Communication specialisation

Fluency in Dutch Required!

Het programma voor de Communicatie afstudeerrichting bevat de verplichte onderdelen van de opleiding Biomedical Sciences (zie hieronder) van tenminste 60EC, gecombineerd met het Science, Communication & Society (SCS) programma van de Faculty of Science. Het programma bestaat uit de volgende elementen:

  • Science, Communication & Society (SCS) Fundamentals’(17 ECTS)
  • Science, Communication & Society Proposal (3 EC)
  • Science, Communication & Society Training Period (23-40 EC)

Voor meer informatie over SCS Fundamentals, zie de website van SCS van de Faculty of Science.

De opleiding is deels in het Engels en deels in het Nederlands.

Coordinator M-, C- , E- and H-specialisations
Mw. Dr.ir. J. v.d. Zee

Course EC Semester 1 Semester 2

Compulsory components

Clinical Research in Practice 4
How to Write a Research Proposal 2
Junior Research Project I 29
Reflection Course: Scientific Conduct 1

Electives

The elective area contains 10-27 ECTS.

Advanced Functional Neuroanatomy 6
Fact or Fiction: the human factor 1
Philosophical Aspects of Biomedicine 1

FOS courses in 2014-2015

Your choice of FOS courses and Guest Lectures should add up to at least 14 credits in your entire 2-year programme (a minimum of 1 ECTS should be taken through Guest Lectures)

Advances in Neurophysiology 6
Allogeneic Transplantation and Immunotherapy: From Bench to Bedside 6
Bioinformatics: Computational biology of complex disease and ageing 4
Biological Mechanisms of Ageing and Development 6
Biomedical Translational Research in Surgery 6
Clinical Pharmacology 4
Clinical Proteomics and Metabolomics 6
Depression and other Stress Related Disorders 6
Developmental Cardiovascular Biology 4
Electrical Interactions in the Heart: From Disease to Treatment 4
From Molecular Pathogenesis to Targeted Therapy 6
Genome (in)stability, cancer and ageing 6
Imaging in Neurosciences and Cardiovascular Research 6
Immunity and metabolism of host cells and microbes 6
Molecular Virology of RNA Viruses 6
Pathogen Host Interactions 6
Regulation of the Immune Response in Human Disease 6
The Pathophysiology of Coagulation 6

FOS courses in 2015-2016

Cardiovascular Disease and Metabolic Syndrome 4
From genetic disease to functional genomics 4
From signal transduction to targeted therapy 6
Stem Cells 6
Translational Neurogenetics 4