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NKS- Naturliga Kropps Språket

Biomedicine

•An education with a focus on research in the pharmaceutical industry or on therapies for both humans and animals.

•Everything from basic research in organic chemistry to clinical research in hospitals are included in the training.

•The training focuses on the mechanisms that control the body, and how it reacts on diseases, pharmaceuticals, food supplements and treatments.

 

Biomedicine is an exciting field within science that analyzes and solves medical problems using modern knowledge in chemistry and biology. 

Biomedical practitioners work in the pharmaceutical industry, biotechnology, industrial or academic research.

A master of science in biomedicine is an expert in the biology of the human body in health and disease. 

The programe focuses on the mechanisms behind the major health scourges, such as: cancer, cardiovascular diseases, allergies and dementia. 

A biomedical scientist can research and make use of new knowledge on the molecular level in order to develop future diagnosis and treatment methods. Knowledge that can then be passed on to other scientists, health professionals and the public.

Biomedicine is a scientific knowledge base with emphasis on the biological processes of the human body. Theory is combined with exercises and training in scientific work, where statistics and computing are given wide discretion. Special emphasis is placed on how drugs work in the body. The training is conducted in active research environments.

Teaching of clinically orientated research and diagnosis is based in teaching hospital research laboratories. The last semester a thesis is done at an academic institution or at a pharmaceutical and research company.