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Biomedical Sciences

Are you interested in what causes disease and how we can prevent it? And are you curious about how diseases can be treated? Then the master's in Biomedical Sciences (MBS) might be exactly what you are looking for. Through a mix of theoretical courses, practical training sessions and internships, you’ll explore the relationship between human beings and their environment, from molecule, to gene, to cell and organ, to individual and to entire populations. You’ll learn how new scientific knowledge is obtained in basic and applied research areas, and how these insights can be used to benefit patients. Upon graduation you’ll be able to pursue a career as a researcher studying diseases and treatments in both academia and industry. Download our full infopack  

  • Combining the academic challenges of the master’s with lots of extracurricular activities makes me a very happy person
    Raphael Bednarsky (Austria), Biomedical Sciences
  • Defining and designing a cutting-edge research project would be a dream come true for me
    Bram van Steen (the Netherlands), Biomedical Sciences

News

  • Respiratiekamer

    Pioneering research through collaboration

    Tuesday, November 7, 2017

    NUTRIM – one of the six research schools within Maastricht UMC+ is celebrating its 25th anniversary.

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  • Students from Syria complete master of Healthcare Policy, Innovation and Management (HPIM)

    Monday, November 6, 2017

    Four Syrian students were among the graduates of the master of Healthcare Policy, Innovation and Management (HIPM).

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  • Robotingreep MUMC

    World’s first super-microsurgery operation with ‘robot hands’

    Monday, October 2, 2017

    Plastic surgeons at Maastricht University Medical Centre+ used a robotic device to surgically treat lymphedema in a patient.

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  • Research heart rhythm failures

    Nearly one million euros to cardiac arrhythmia research

    Monday, September 11, 2017

    A major subsidy from the Netherlands Heart Foundation will enable Prof. dr. Paul Volders and Dr. Matthijs Cluitmans to expand their research into ventricular fibrillation.

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  • Protein accumulation mapped for Alzheimer’s

    Monday, September 11, 2017

    Dankzij de Maastrichtse cryo-elektronenmicroscoop konden onderzoekers de moleculaire structuur in kaart brengen van het Beta-amyloïde eiwit, dat een rol speelt in de Ziekte van Alzheimer.

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  • The winners of the Edmond Hustinx and Student Awards 2017

    Tuesday, September 5, 2017

    A short description of the winner's projects

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  • longtumor

    Half-million-euro grant for Maastricht research into lung tumours

    Monday, August 21, 2017

    The Dutch Cancer Society (KWF) will fund Maastricht-based research into lung tumours with a €498,000 grant.

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  • Taskforce QRS

    A skill for life

    Thursday, August 17, 2017

    Every year, between 7,000 and 8,000 people are resuscitated in the Netherlands after a cardiac arrest outside the hospital. The first six minutes are crucial. The sooner you start with heart massage the better, and the more people who learn this skill, the greater the chance of survival. With this in mind, Ton Gorgels, professor of Transmural Cardiology, together with Petra Schuffelen, founded the QRS Taskforce in Maastricht ten years ago. 

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  • VENI grants

    Five Veni grants for UM researchers

    Friday, July 28, 2017

    Five of the 154 granted Veni-applications came from Maastricht.

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  • TOMA

    First graduates of Biomedicine and Biophysics double degree programme

    Friday, June 30, 2017 Read more

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