- Physical Biology of Cells and Cell Interactions
- Molecular Biotechnology
- Molecular Biosciences
- Ecology and Evolution
- Interdisciplinary Neuroscience
MSc PBioC - Physical Biology of Cells and Cell Interactions
Application deadline: May 31 | Start: Winter Term
The two-year Master's programme Physical Biology of Cells and Cell Interactions is research-oriented and educates students in modern concepts and methods of cell biology and physical biology. Scientific questions in the fields of cell biology and physical biology are combined with developmental biology, cellular structure biology, bioinformatics, biochemistry, immunology, neuro- and plant physiology.
The Master's programme provides students with an understanding of fundamental life processes from cell growth, cell-cell communication and differentiation to hormonal, inflammatory, angiogenic signaling and aging. These processes are studied in context of cells, tissues and model organisms. The experimental and conceptual approaches of the programme include modern cell biological, molecular, biochemical, bioinformatical, immunological and genetic methods, combined with various microscopy techniques and applications, molecular imaging, data analysis as well as morphological and physiological technologies.
The study programme starts at the beginning of the winter term only.
Applications are handed in through the online portal of uni-assist.
The application period is from April 1 - May 31 each year for the upcoming winter term.
Please see this link for more information on the application process.
Please have a look at our brochure about Information on Applications. If you don't find the information you are looking for there, please contact us.
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Keywords: Cell Biology | Model Organisms | Imaging | Immunology | Angiogenesis | RNA | Physiology | Computational Biology | Statistics | English as Language of Instruction | Scientific Campus | International Environment | Modern Equipment | Interdisciplinarity