Biochemistry (M.Sc.)

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Molecular Biomedicine

Molecular Biomedicine is a branch of the Life Sciences that overlaps with Molecular Biology in many ways. It strives to elucidate molecular disease principles by studying the genome, transcriptome, proteome and metabolome, and their components, under healthy and disease conditions. It exploits our understanding of molecular biological and physiological mechanisms to devise new technologies for disease prediction, diagnosis and therapy, thereby improving healthcare and clinical practice and advancing the field of personalized medicine.

For a Methods Module in Molecular Biomedicine, you can choose between Cell Biology: Signal Transduction; Membrane Traffic and Signaling; Chemical Biology: Protein Synthesis, Labeling and Function; Analyzing Musculoskeletal Development in vivo; Molecular Pharmacology and Cellular Signal Transduction and more.