Biomedical Informatics, Biomedical Technology
Biomedical technology for the benefit of human health
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Hands-on skills in the crossroads of molecular biology, cell technology and biomedical informatics
Biomedical technology is a multidisciplinary field that builds on understanding biological systems on the molecular level and develops new approaches to advance medical and biotechnological applications. The programme brings together expertise and methods in many fields in natural, medical, and engineering sciences: biology, chemistry, medicine, genetics, statistics, and computational and data sciences.
When applying to the Master's Programme in Biomedical Technology (MSc), you may choose from the following three options:
Our target group are students with a background in biosciences, computational sciences or natural sciences who want to attain in-depth knowledge and hands-on skills in the crossroads of molecular biology, cell technology and biomedical informatics, with a special emphasis on areas that have the potential to enhance human health. The courses are firmly grounded on international research and focus on transferring this knowledge into practice.
Rapidly developing measurement technologies combined with increasing computing resources are transforming biosciences towards health data science. Today, complex datasets are collected to study human health and disease at multiple scales, ranging from molecular and cellular levels to patient, population, and healthcare systems levels.
The specialization Biomedical Informatics builds expertise on developing and applying advanced computational methods, including artificial intelligence tools, to address current and future challenges relevant for human health. This specialization provides you with the foundations to become an expert in data science and health informatics, including regulatory requirements. Health informatics experts can find careers for example in the IT services industry or in hospitals in developing new IT systems for healthcare. Data science skills enable you to pursue careers to develop algorithms for multidisciplinary problems at the intersection of health and IT, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or medical device industry, and to work as a bioinformatician or data-scientist in various roles in research and industries focusing for example on big data from molecular level to population level. The Biomedical Informatics specialization is jointly taught in both our international programmes.
The programme offers you a unique learning environment that combines biosciences and technology with a specific focus on health. The study options are flexible and the teaching groups small. During the studies, you will build networks and interact with our world-class research teams that provide many practical training opportunities. As our graduate, you may work as an academic specialist within scientific research or teaching, or in research and development.
We collaborate closely with the Finnish-taught programme and the international engineering programme in the field of biomedical sciences offered by the Faculty of Medicine and Health Technology, the Master's Programme in Biomedical Sciences and Engineering (MSc Tech), which has four specialization options:
- Medical Physics and Biomedical Instrumentation
- Biomedical Informatics (engineering)
- Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering
- Biomedical Micro- and Nanodevices
Welcome to join our multidisciplinary, multinational expert community of biomedical sciences!
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