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Master Advanced Pharmaceutical Engineering – ADPHARMING

Ecole Des Mines D’Albi-Carmaux | EMAC
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 France Albi

ADPHARMING course offers challenging opportunities for students interested in developing a career in the pharmaceutical industry. ADPHARMING aims at developing a new kind of leaders with a global high-level training for R & D, drug production, quality management, lean management, logistics and supply chain, in the field of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, biotechnology… [+]

Top in France Masters 2017. ACCREDITATION Master n°20160208 Accredited on March 2016 by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research for 5 years. In co-accreditation with Institut Mines-Télécom, Paris, France. The Master ADPHARMING started on 15th september 2016. ENVIRONMENT The fast growing Pharmerging markets will worth 50% of the global pharmaceutical market in 2020, with an annual growth of 15% a year. Most pharmaceutical industries will have to increase their production and supply chain, in accordance with the international regulations, and to develop new dosage forms, in line with the best world standards. STRONG POINTS OF THE SCHOOL/PROGRAM Mines Albi is accredited by the French Ministry of Industry Mines-Albi is accredited by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research Mines-Albi International Campus is located at the heart of the Europe’s highly innovative pharmaceutical industry Mines-Albi International Campus http://www.mines-albi.fr is located in Albi, UNESCO World heritage 2010. http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/1337/ Strong network with the industries and academic institutions ADPHARMING master is an unique master taught entirely in English in France and in small groups in this field Free French language courses 6-month master thesis in industry or in a research lab Master boosted by the research department RAPSODEE (CNRS UMR 5302) Mines-Albi/RAPSODEE have more than 20 years of experience in Pharmaceutical engineering teaching and research Strong network with the industries and academic institutions An international team for international students A quality-chartered “Welcome to International Students” package Scholarships based on academic excellence are available for outstanding candidates COURSE AIMS ADPHARMING course offers challenging opportunities for students interested in developing a career in the pharmaceutical industry. ADPHARMING aims at developing a new kind of leaders with a global high-level training for R & D, drug production, quality management, lean management, logistics and supply chain, in the field of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, biotechnology… PROGRAM This is a full-time program of 2 years divided into four semesters: courses over 3 semesters followed by an internship of one semester in a company or in a research laboratory. First semester: Introduction, scientific and technological bases. 30 ECTS Credits Cultural and linguistic integration Introduction to the pharmaceutical industry Fundamental sciences for pharmacy Transfer phenomena and thermodynamics Bases of the pharmaceutical engineering Initiation to the corporate world, visits Generic tools for engineering Project 1: Bibliography and presentation Semester 2: Bases of pharmaceutical engineering, project and production management. 30 ECTS Credits Pharmaceutical engineering today Pharmaceutical engineering: process engineering, modelling. Project management Production management Supply chain management Lean management Eco-design, circular economy, innovation Control systems, sensors French culture and language Project 2: Research, modelling, industrial topics, innovation. Semester 3: Advanced Pharmaceutical Engineering. 30 ECTS Credits Specificities of international pharmaceutical companies Regulatory agencies Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) Mechanism of drugs action QbD, PAT Green processes for pharmacy Pharmaceutical processes & development. Pharmaceutical engineering: dosage forms, advanced and innovative galenics. Quality management system, QRM Pharmaceutical environment (clean rooms…) French culture and language Project 3: Research and/or industry oriented Semester 4: MSc Thesis. 30 ECTS Credits - 6-month MSc thesis in Industry or in a research lab (France or international). ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Participants must hold a Bachelor of Science or Engineering degree with related major (Chemical Engineering, Chemical Sciences, Pharmaceutical Engineering, Pharmaceutical Sciences…) or an equivalent degree. Participants holding a first industrial experience are also welcome. Online application: https://inscriptions.mines-albi.fr/index.php?lang=en LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS English Mother tongue or Study in an English-speaking country or English Langage Qualification such as: B2 TOEFL IBT 80, ELTS 6.0, TOEIC 750, Cambridge CAE (Certificate of Advanced English). French: A good knowledge of French language is not mandatory before arrival in France, but TEF II or an equivalent level may be required to obtain a visa. COMPETENCIES ACQUIRED Global learning outcomes: Advanced knowledge of the specificities of the international pharmaceutical industry Advanced knowledge and ability to use of the specific international regulations of pharmaceutical industry An in-depth knowledge of the drug life cycle. Strong ability to use state of the engineering sciences, technology and regulatory aspects to conceive and develop innovative drugs by advanced galenics Strong ability to use the pharmaceutical engineering to design pharmaceutical processes in a sustainable way. Strong ability to develop and produce generic drugs and biosimilars, Good ability to manage and supervise the pharmaceutical quality Good ability to use Quality by Design and PAT. Understanding of the strategies and methodologies of management: management techniques, techniques of lean design and management, manufacturing and management, project management, planning techniques, financial analysis and cost management, resource management, risk analysis methods Good ability to lead a complex project in compliance with quality procedures, to take into account the Good Manufacturing Practices and regulations; to develop a sense of responsibility and of decision-making; and an ability to act effectively. Good ability to integrate into real working life, into an organization, to animate and evolve in it: project management, communication ... Strong ability to work in an international context: fluency in English, cultural and international awareness, knowledge of French culture & language The opportunity to enter a high-level career in the pharmaceutical industry or to continue for the preparation of a doctoral thesis. TYPICAL JOBS The master ADPHARMING was created to satisfy the growing needs of the dynamic mundial pharmaceutical industry sector. ADPHARMING course offers challenging opportunities for young students interested in the pharmaceutical industry. It has the ambition to train them and produce experts and skilled managers. Today, making the critical decision needs a global high-level training including science, technology, quality, management, regulatory knowledge, sustainability and know-how in the pharmaceutical field. ADPHARMING aims at developing this new kind of leaders, for Galenic R & D, drug production, lean management, logistics and supply chain… Choosing ADPHARMING allows you to pilot and boost your career in the pharmaceutical industry with a high return on investment, in a variety of positions: R&D manager in advanced galenics Formulation project leader Quality system manager PAT project manager Pilot Plant manager Plant performance & process excellence manager Auditor, Consultant or Expert in the field Production Planner, Production Analyst Deputy Head of Bioproduction Lean project manager or leader Supply chain manager QA - Supplied Materials manager Technology transfer manager/supervisor [-]

Master en Management de l’Hôpital et de la Santé

ESA Business School - Ecole Supérieure des Affaires
Campus Full time 12 months October 2017 France Paris

The Master in Hospital and Health Management aims to train experts on the evaluation of health actions and the steering of organizations and projects in the health, social and hospital sector. [+]

MHS: Master en Management de l’Hôpital et de la Santé

Specialized curriculum in Health Management Target: Holder of a master’s degree Minimum experience: 3 years Language:French

Objective

The Master in Hospital and Health Management aims to train experts on the evaluation of health actions and the steering of organizations and projects in the health, social and hospital sector.

Two international diplomas Master in Hospital and Health Management from the ESA Master 2 "AMES" – Analysis and management of healthcare institutions, delivered by the Paris Diderot-Paris 7 and the École des Hautes Études en Santé Publique (EHESP). Course structure ... [-]

Master of Public Health

Paris Descartes University
Campus Full time 1 year October 2017 France Paris

A competitive international Master of Public Health in Comparative Effectiveness Research offered in English in Paris by internationally renowned Professors from Europe. [+]

Top in France Masters 2017. Master of Public Health A competitive international Master of Public Health in Comparative Effectiveness Research offered in English in Paris by internationally renowned Professors from Europe. A Master for students interested in acquiring strong skills in methods, comparative effectiveness research, epidemiology and biostatistics for competitive annual tuition fees (about €256)! APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN! Learn about comparative effectiveness research Clinical research has generated tremendous knowledge on diagnosis and treatment. However, it does not provide sufficient information to determine what treatment works best, for whom, and under which conditions. Comparative Effectiveness Research addresses these issues by identifying the most effective interventions for specific patient groups. It is a growing area of cutting-edge research that is elevated to the level of national initiative in the USA. Indeed, comparative effectiveness research can fill evidence gaps created by missing or incomplete evidence. It has clearly become a major field aimed at helping clinical decision-making, supporting evidence-based medicine and improving the healthcare system. Our programme tackles several topics, including: Innovative designs in randomized controlled trials Causality in observational studies Diagnostic tests, biomarkers and screening Stratified or precision medicine Big data & routinely collected data Meta-analysis of randomised trials Meta-analysis of diagnostic studies Network meta-analysis Evidence synthesis Top-level professors The teachings of the Master of Public Health in Comparative Effectiveness Research are offered by Paris Descartes University that encompasses all the fields of knowledge of human and health sciences. Its health department is renowned in Europe and in the whole world for the high quality of its training and the excellence of its research. This is a unique opportunity to get a specialised Master in Comparative Effectiveness Research, a first of its kind in Europe, offered by top-level professors coming from Paris Descartes University, Paris Diderot University but also from the best European universities such as Amsterdam University, Danube University Krems, the University of Bern, Oxford University, Queen’s University Belfast, Manchester University, and York University. Students’ stories Emmanuelle Kempf (France), 2015 – 2016 I planned to apply for the Master of Comparative EffectivenessResearch at Paris Descartes two years before it started. I was performing my Medical Oncology residency in Paris and Sevilla and had graduated with a MSc in Ethics of medical research. I felt that I lacked the methodological skills needed to accurately appraise issues related to clinical research in oncology. To me this is a fascinating branch of cancer research and I wanted to learn about the broader aspects of clinical research, the reliability of different methods, and their relevance according to different clinical settings. I was very fortunate that there were only a limited number of students, coming from all around the world. Only a few of us were medical doctors, providing a varied scientific background. The 1-week sessions focused on the predominant issues related to the methodology of clinical research in all the biomedical areas. Each week we had to perform a small project under the supervision of international researchers. Those projects and presentations taught us how to work quickly and effectively in a group. My internship took place at the Center for Statistics in Medicine (Oxford, UK). I really enjoyed my time there and feel I developed a lot, being surrounded by international methodologists, statisticians. This experience helped broaden my horizons and give me different perspectives. My exceptional supervisor, Gary Collins, offered me a project on ethics of scientific publication, which is a major issue in my medical field. This work involved ten international co-investigators and it was displayed in two international congresses of methodology and medical oncology. Once that was completed I had enough time to perform a second project focusing more on statistics, which has translated into a second publication. I am currently performing a fellowship at the European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC) in Brussels, which is the Mecca of methodology in cancer clinical research. What I learnt during my MSc of CER helps me greatly in my daily professional life… Tất Thắng Võ (Vietnam), 2015 – 2016 Before this Master, I graduated from the Hanoi University of Pharmacy as one of three valedictorians. Being a pharmacist specialized in clinical pharmacy, I had long been interested in the important role of evidence-based medicine, which is itself largely supported by Comparative Effectiveness Research findings about which drug, or more generally which treatment, works best. Thanks to the generous support of Prof. Isabelle Boutron, I was awarded a scholarship from the Ile-de-France region to enroll in this master, which has greatly helped me to widen and sharpen my knowledge regarding this new and interesting branch of public health. During the courses, what I enjoyed the most was how often we were taught to think outside of the box when preparing a protocol for different scenarios when evaluating different drugs, medical devices, tests, surgeries, or ways to deliver health care. I also very much appreciated the chance to interact and to collaborate with my international colleagues who come from all over the world. Every week, we had to discuss together one topic given by the professors and come up with a nice presentation at the end of the week. This time restriction, as well as weekly changes of the members of each group not only forced us to adapt quickly with a new multicultural working group, but also allowed us to improve our ability to work under high pressure and to always be ready to deal with new challenges. We all agreed that this teaching method helped us form essential skills to work as professional researchers in the future. Personally, I think that the understanding of high-level concepts of Comparative Effectiveness Research acquired throughout this Master will be a good foundation for me to go deep into clinical research methodology. In the near future, I would like to complete a PhD in CER. As for the distant future, I hope that I can return to my country to work as a lecturer and researcher and contribute to the development of this new domain in Vietnam. Where is it located? Located in the heart of Paris, students of the Master of Public Health in Comparative Effectiveness Research will have class at Reid Hall, the French Columbia Global Center. Tuition Fees Annual tuition rates at French public institutions are set. The rate for master’s programmes in 2016/2017 was €256. Please note that this amount does not include accommodation fees, monthly living expenses, educational materials, health insurance, travel expenses and visa fees. [-]

Master Degree in Medicine and Surgery

The Second University of Naples (SUN)
Campus Full time 6 years

This degree course is devoted to give the students all the scientific background and the skills needed in order to become a physician; actually the course give the students methods and background for either become physician and researcher in medical sciences. [+]

Course Overview Mission: This degree course is devoted to give the students all the scientific background and the skills needed in order to become a physician; actually the course give the students methods and background for either become physician and researcher in medical sciences. Consequently each student enrolled must acquire several skills including capability to make decisions for patient’s care. What we’re preparing: Doctor in medicine and Surgery Purposes To apply knowledge, acquire capabilities to understand and solve problems, also when regarding unexpected and not familiar cases. Capability to solve problems in terms of large and complex fields. To get skills in order to be capable to give the best solutions for patient’s care even in cases of complexities integrating knowledge. To communicate in a clear way either to patients and their relatives and to colleagues, also specialists in some disciplines, the conclusions and the rationale of the specific care. To develop capability to acquire skills in order to keep on studying directly and indirectly. Skills All the graduated in Medicine and Surgery will become doctors and will be able to apply for specialties in all the fields of Medicine and Surgery, as well as to practice as physicians and/or researchers. Job Private physician (doctor), employed in the National Health System, employed in private Companies and Hospitals, Public and private Research Companies, Universities. I Year I semester Physics applied to medical sciences Physics applied to Culture, Environnement, Biology and Medicine Chemistry Biochemistry Biology, Molecular Biology and general genetics Applied Biology Molecular Biology I Year II sem Human Anatomy 1 BIO/16 Human Anatomy Medical Histology and Embryology BIO/17 Histology Scientific English L-LIN/12 Language and Translation Didactic activities chosen by each student II Year I sem Human Anatomy 2 BIO/16 Human Anatomy Biochemistry 1 BIO/10 Biochemistry Physiology and Biophysics 1 BIO/09 Physiology II Year II sem Biochemistry 2 BIO/10 Biochemistry Physiology and Biophysics 2 BIO/09 Physiology Immunology and immunopathology MED/04 General Pathology Microbiology MED/07 Microbiology and Clinical Microbiology General Pathology, Pathophysiology and Medical Genetics 1 MED/04 General Pathology MED/03 Medical genetics Didactic activities chosen by each student III year I sem General Pathology, Pathophysiology and Medical genetics 2 MED/04 General Pathology Methods in Medicine and Surgery 1 MED/09 Internal Medicine MED/18 General Surgery M-PSI/08 Clinical Psycology Methods in Epidemiology MED/42 General and applied Hygyene MED/01 Medical Statistics Didactic activities chosen by each student III year II sem Methods in Medicine and Surgery 2 MED/09 Internal Medicine MED/18 General Surgery Laboratory Medicine BIO/12 Clinical Biochemistry and Clinical Molecular Biology MED/05 Clinical Pathology MED/07 Microbiology and Clinical Microbiology Haematology and Oncology MED/06 Medical Oncology MED/15 Haemathology Dermatology, Plastic and reconstructive Surgery MED/35 Dermatology MED/19 Plastic Surgery Practical activities (AFP) MED/04 MED/06 MED/05 MED/15 MED/18 MED/09 MED/35 M-PSI/08 IV year I semester Cardiovascular Diseases MED/11 Cardiovascular Diseases MED 23 Heart Surgery Respiratory Diseases MED/10 Respiratory Diseases MED 21 Thoracic Surgery Gut Diseases MED/12 Gut Diseases Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases MED/13 Endocrinology Uropoietic Diseases MED/14 Nephrology MED/24 Urology Pathological Anatomy 1 MED/08 Pathological Anatomy Didactic activities chosen by each student IV year II semester Allergology, Clinical Immunology and Rheumatology MED/16 Rheumatology MED/09 Internal Medicine Orthopaedic Diseases and Rehabilitative Medicine MED/33 Orthopaedic Diseases MED/34 Rehabilitative Medicine Pathological Anatomy 2 MED/08 Pathological Anatomy Practical activities (AFP) V year I semester Pharmacology I Sensory organ disorders RADIOLOGY RADIOTHERAPY MED/36 MEDICAL IMAGING AND RADIOTHERAPY HYGIENE AND PREVENTIVE MEDICINE MED 42 GENERAL AND APPLIED HYGIENE INFECTIOUS DISEASES MED 17 INFECTIOUS DISEASES DIDACTIC ACTIVITIES CHOSEN BY STUDENTS V year II semester Pharmacology II Neurological Diseases MED 26 NEUROLOGY MED 27 NEUROSURGERYCFU MED 37 NEURORADIOLOGY PSYCHIATRY AND CHILD NEUROPSYCHIATRY MED 25 PSYCHIATRY MED 39 CHILD NEUROPSYCHIATRY Practical activities (AFP) VI year I semester Gynaecology and Obstetrics MED 40 Gynaecology and Obstetrics Legal and Occupational Medicine MED 43 Legal Medicine MED 44 Occupational Medicine Pediatrics MED 38 General and Specialized Pediatrics MED 20 Child Surgery Medical and Surgical Emergencies 1 MED 09 Internal Medicine MED 18 General Surgery MED 41 Anaesthesiology Internal Medicine and Geriatrics 1 MED 09 INTERNAL MEDICINE MED 03 MEDICAL GENETICS GENERAL SURGERY 1 MED 18 GENERAL SURGERY DIDACTIC ACTIVITIES CHOSEN BY EACH STUDENT VI year II semester Internal Medicine and Geriatrics MED 09 Internal Medicine MED 03 Medical Genetics General Surgery 2 MED 18 General Surgery Thesis Preparation [-]

MA in Medical Humanities

University of Kent, School of European Culture and Languages
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years

In this programme you will be introduced to many questions asked about medicine from within the Humanities. [+]

Top in France Masters 2017. MA in Medical Humanities Medicine is one of the great human activities. The changes that medicine has undergone, and the problems and opportunities it raises, should be of interest to everyone. In this programme you will be introduced to many questions asked about medicine from within the Humanities. For example, you will have the opportunity to examine the history of Western medicine and to consider how medical practice is presented in, and shaped by, literature. You will have the chance to reflect on what is involved in classifying something as a disease or an abnormal mental state, and to explore various ethical and legal problems that arise within medicine. Taking the programme will encourage you to think hard about the place of medicine in society and some of medicine’s presuppositions. The MA is taught by a large number of scholars from many different disciplines around the University. Students all take one core module in the Autumn, and then three option modules, with options streamed. Current streams include: History, Law and Ethics, Literature. If the four coursework modules are passed, students proceed to the Dissertation. This can be focussed within one subject stream or be interdisciplinary. The MA can be taken over one year full-time or over two years part-time. No previous medical education is required. Modules The following modules are indicative of those offered on this programme. This list is based on the current curriculum and may change year to year. Most programmes will require you to study a combination of compulsory and optional modules. You may also have the option to take modules from other programmes so that you may customise your programme and explore other subject areas that interest you. PL821 - Medical Humanities: An Introduction HI818 - Medicine, Environment and Society in the Modern World HI866 - History of Science and Communication CP813 - Literature and Medicine EN835 - Dickens, The Victorians and the Body EN900 - Illness and Disability in American Culture HI817 - Deformed, Deranged and Deviant LW862 - Death and Dying LW863 - Consent to Treatment LW864 - The Foundations of the English Legal System LW866 - Medical Practice and Malpractice LW867 - Reproduction and the Beginnings of Life LW921 - Privacy and Data Protection Law PL806 - Special Topics II HI869 - Science, Ethics and Controversy CL821 - Ancient Greek Science: Astronomy and Medicine PL898 - Dissertation (Medical Humanities) Assessment Assessments vary across the modules. Typically the main assessment is a 5-6,000 word essay and a dissertation of 12-20,000 words. [-]

2nd year Master's degree “From Animal to Man: Analysing and Managing Health and Food Risks

MAN-IMAL Programme
Campus Full time 2 semesters November 2017 France Nantes

The MAN-IMAL Master’s degree entitled "From Animal to Man: Analysing and Managing Health and Food Risks", is a post-graduate degree programme. More specifically, it is an additional and complementary degree whose objective is to offer students technical training, as well as to offer professionals advanced skills in public health issues. [+]

Presentation The MAN-IMAL Master’s degree entitled "From Animal to Man: Analysing and Managing Health and Food Risks", is a post-graduate degree programme. More specifically, it is an additional and complementary degree whose objective is to train students and professional executives to work within an international environment while sharing skills related to their fields of expertise, in order to cope with public health issues. Strong points The programme is engineered by a pedagogical team of over 80 experts and professionals from a variety of disciplines (agronomy, medicine, veterinary studies, biology, pharmacy, law, economics, management). The curriculum strongly emphasizes the pedagogical use of ICTE (Information and Communication Technology for Education), allowing individual progression within the programme and the learning processes. Due to the international focus of the programme, all courses are taught in English and students, as well as professors from all over the world are welcome. As such, the programme offers a rich exchange amongst different cultures and an international perspective on public health topics. Pedagogical organisation The Academic year is divided into two semesters: 1st semester: lectures, tutorials, case scenarios and a tutored project are based on five separate teaching units: Epidemiology, Health Organisation and Policies/Management and Communication, Production Chains, Biological and Chemical Risks and Nutritional Contamination/Transfers. In addition, students will work on tutored projects in pluridisciplinary groups. Each group will be in contact with an organisation/company to work on particular topics related to the One Health theme. 2nd semester: a 5-to- 6- months internship in France or abroad, in an organisation/company/laboratory related to a MAN-IMAL theme. The student will perform work in order to create research material. The results of his work will be explained and demonstrated in a thesis defense in front of the internship tutor and the tutoring teachers. Entry requirements In order to be eligible, all candidates must: Have completed a Bsc in medical, biological, pharmaceutical or veterinary sciences, food processing engineering or agriculture, Obtain a 1st-year Master’s degree (equivalent to 60 ECTS credits of post-graduate studies) or have a significant work experience (36 months) in the same fields as above-mentioned, Have a good level of English and a minimum level of French. Please note that all candidates with this profile will be studied on a case by case basis. The selection is subject to a rigorous screening process. Tuition fee and financial aid The MAN-IMAL 2nd-year Master's tuition fee is 270 euros (subject to change according to the annual index). A financial aid can be granted according to the student motivation and career objectives. [-]

MSc in Biomedical Sciences - Infection and Immunity

University of Amsterdam
Campus Full time 2 years

The master track “Infection and Immunity” has been designed to integrate the advanced knowledge in two interlinked disciplines. Immunology is the science that investigates how complex multicellular organisms [+]

MSc in Biomedical Sciences - Infection and Immunity

The master track “Infection and Immunity” has been designed to integrate the advanced knowledge in two interlinked disciplines. Immunology is the science that investigates how complex multicellular organisms (mostly mammals) defend themselves against infectious diseases. Immunologists investigate biological systems at all levels of integration: molecular, (sub)cellular, tissue, organism and society. The experimental tools address the molecular, structural and cell biological level, incorporating state of the art techniques such as microarrays, deep sequencing, live imaging and multicolor fluorescent flow cytometry.Medical Microbiology studies the pathogenesis, epidemiology, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of pathogens and infections from the molecular to the global health level. Though the immune system protects against infection, microbes employ a variety of strategies to escape immune responses. Another important topic that will be addressed is the emergence of antimicrobial resistance.... [-]


MSc in Biomedical Sciences - Cell Biology and Advanced Microscopy

University of Amsterdam
Campus Full time 2 years

Cell Biology is the discipline that studies the function of cells in the complexity of tissues and organs in the human body in order to understand mechanisms of disease. [+]

MSc in Biomedical Sciences - Cell Biology and Advanced Microscopy

Cell Biology is the discipline that studies the function of cells in the complexity of tissues and organs in the human body in order to understand mechanisms of disease. The tremendous revolutions in the past decade in light microscopy and biosensors to visualize processes in cells have changed cell biology completely.The track Cell Biology and Advanced Microscopy is a collaborative effort by the University of Amsterdam (UvA) the Academic Medical Centre (AMC) and the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NKI), who collaborate in the van Leeuwenhoek Center for Advanced Microscopy (LCAM). These departments are all front runners in studying cell functions microscopically in time, even down to the single molecule level.... [-]


MSc in Biomedical Sciences - Experimental Internal Medicine

University of Amsterdam
Campus Full time 2 years

The track Experimental Internal Medicine is a collaborative effort by the University of Amsterdam (UvA) Faculty of Science and the Academic Medical Centre (AMC). [+]

Experimental Internal Medicine

The track Experimental Internal Medicine is a collaborative effort by the University of Amsterdam (UvA) Faculty of Science and the Academic Medical Centre (AMC). Internationally renowned AMC research groups engaged in modern clinical and translational research have put together challenging courses. These courses provide the participants with a thorough background on modern, state-of-the-art research in the experimental internal medicine. Programme OutlineThe first course is Molecular Biology of the Cell. Students will be given training in the analysis of chemical structures, structure function relationships and innovative, genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics and metabolomics-based measuring systems.The second course is Cardiovascular diseases. The basic and clinical aspects of three large clinical cardiological syndromes will be discussed in detail.  These include: cardiac pump function and heart failure, cardiac excitation and sudden cardiac death, vascular pathology and ischemic heart disease.  Attention will be paid to the most current state of scientific insights in these three areas, the clinical expression of diseases therein, and to the experimental techniques, and animal models to unravel the biological underpinnings of normal and diseased states.The third course is Endocrinology. The endocrinological aspects of three large clinical areas will be discussed in detail.  These include: stress, reproduction & growth, and metabolism.  Attention will be paid to the most current state of endocrinological insights in these areas, clinical expression of diseases therein, and to the experimental techniques, and animal models to unravel the biological underpinnings of normal and diseased states.In both courses the teachers are highly active in the field.  Either as a senior investigator or  a medical doctor or both.The remainder of the programme provides elective courses and major practical training, whereby students carry out research projects. The AMC offers research opportunities in a virtually every specialism, with special emphasis on Internal Medicine.  These include, nephrology, pulmonology, infectious diseases, cardiology, vascular medicine, gastro-intestinal diseases and hepatology. Generally we advise to do the first traineeship at the Science faculty's Swammerdam Institute of Life Sciences (SILS) to get a proper grip on the necessary experimental approaches. Is Experimental Internal Medicine the track for me?The programme is looking for students who:... [-]


Specialised Master in Biopharmaceutical Management

ESCP Europe Business School
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 France Paris

The goal of the MS Biopharmaceutical Management is to shape doctors, pharmacists, biotech engineers or PhDs with health specialisations, as well as managers and lawyers fascinated with the sector, from pharmaceutical, biotechnologies, medical device to health data management. The full-time format of the programme allows after a short but dense education period to immediately access high-ranked positions in the biopharmaceutical world. [+]

Studies at Paris and London campuses. Scientific Director: Prof. Frédéric Jallat Objectives of the programme The goal of the MS Biopharmaceutical Management is to shape doctors, pharmacists, biotech engineers or PhDs with health specialisations, as well as managers and lawyers fascinated with the sector, from pharmaceutical, biotechnologies, medical device to health data management. The full-time format of the programme allows after a short but dense education period to immediately access high-ranked positions in the biopharmaceutical world. Career opportunities Graduates work in positions such as: Digital Marketing Product Manager, Lobbyist, Research Analyst, Account Manager, Consultant, Business Analyst, Asset Manager, Market Research Manager, Medical Science Liaison, Client Advisor, etc. Curriculum Classes are taught by both prestigious teachers from ESCP Europe and successful professionals from the major biopharmaceutical firms. A combination of theory classes and of live practical cases: Marketing Management Strategy and prospective per sector Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the health sector Market access, global pricing Pharmaceutical marketing Data analysis Medical devices Management, audit and performance Web marketing Business development Time spent on campuses 5 months in Paris – 1 month in London International seminar Students go on an international study trip to Boston, USA. Class Profile Life and Health sciences: 91% Engineering: 9% 17% international students 62% women, 38% men Language requirement French and English Duration 1 year (Start in September) Job Survey 43K€ is the average salary after the MS. Less than 3 months after graduation 86% are employed. 72% have a job with an international dimension. In which sector: Pharmaceutical Industry: 78% Finance/Bank/Insurance: 13% Consulting: 6% Information technologies: 3% How to apply Online application TOEFL, TOEIC or IELTS scores Personal interview if eligible [-]

Research Master - Logistics Specialty Health

Ecole Centrale Lille
Campus Full time September 2017 France Villeneuve-d'Ascq

The purpose of the Master is to train logisticians in the field of Health. Indeed, health logistics becomes a primary concern, but the role of logistics in this [+]

Research Masters - Logistics for Health Specialties The purpose of the Master is to train logisticians in the field of Health. Indeed, health logistics becomes a primary concern, but the role of logistics in this area remains poorly defined and training in this context and at this level are almost nonexistent. The logistics for health is a non-medical coordinator in the service of patient care. In this context and whatever their place of exercise, it will lead to audit, plan, organize, optimize operations implemented during the care of patients. The areas of application range from food to hygiene and lingerie through the medicine, biology, waste, transportation, premises and equipment and information. A number of these areas will be addressed primarily through the purchasing function (specific health) but others will require organizational analysis to optimize the management.... [-]


Master in design (MDes)

L’École de design Nantes Atlantique
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 France Nantes

This MDes focuses on the evolution of taste and the subsequent emergence of new eating habits, and their impact upon the food chain and related products. This program is taught in French. For more information, click here: bit.ly/NewEatingHabits [+]

This full-time 2-year Master's program is taught in French.The MDes "New Eating Habits" focuses on the evolution of taste and the subsequent emergence of new eating habits, and their impact upon the food chain and related products.A focus on New Eating Habits:The challenges posed by public health, as well as the important geopolitical and environmental stakes have brought on an inevitable evolution in contemporary eating habits. The consequences on the entire food chain and the related material environment are numerous.In order to conciliate well-being, pleasure and appeal with the demands of sustainable mass production and ever-diversifying eating habits, it is necessary to explore food systems in depth, from production to distribution, from cooking to tasting. The Master’s program New Eating Habits trains designers to find their voice in this context of ever-changing uses.Areas of application:- food design,- packaging and commercial valorization of food products,- transformation and preparation of foods,- restaurants and all other food places...Prerequisites for enrollment:Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in design (spatial, graphic, communication, interaction, mutimedia, product or industrial design) or interior architecture). You may apply before having actually obtained the aforementioned degree.A level of CEFR B2 in French is recommended.... [-]