Courses and programmes
Master's programme in Molecular Medicine
Tomorrow`s health care – today`s education!
In the Master's programme in Molecular medicine you will explore the molecular mechanisms that cause diseases and learn about the latest technologies in genomics, epigenetics and proteomics that can be used to develop better diagnostic and therapeutic tools. These are all crucial aspects to offer personalised and improved translational medicine. You will study at the forefront of molecular medicine research, with researchers, clinicians and industry from world-leading laboratories to prepare you for a career in the academia or industry.
Master's programme in Forensic Science
The next crime scene is yours!
Most crime scenes have traces that can be important evidence in a crime scene investigation. A genetic, chemical or toxicological analysis can play a critical role in an investigation and may lead to a conviction in court. The advanced and constantly improved methods for analysing technical evidence make forensic science a growing field. The Master’s programme in Forensic science will give you the skills and knowledge needed for research and work within the forensic field, but also in other fields such as biotechnology and food industry or environmental monitoring.
Master's programme in Medical Nuclide Techniques
Image the future!
Uppsala University is currently world-leading within applications using radionuclides for medical imaging and cancer therapy. In the Master’s programme in Medical nuclide techniques you will learn about strategies for compound development, labelling techniques, testing and evaluation of radionuclide-labelled compounds aimed for in vitro and in vivo (PET, SPECT) research and clinical practice. The programme is highly interdisciplinary and brings together leading scientists and clinicians from Uppsala University to create a unique and stimulating educational environment.
International Master's programme in Innovative medicine
Translate your knowledge into applications!
The Erasmus+ International Master in Innovative Medicine (IMIM) is a two-year international master's programme focusing on translational medical research, modern molecular techniques, innovation and entrepreneurship. IMIM is a research-oriented master's programme, integrated with teaching from associated companies and prepares you for a future global career in interdisciplinary and internationally competitive academic research or private sector.
Below you can see the courses that are given at the Department of Immunology, genetics and pathology during this academic year. You can also use the filters on the side to narrow your selection.
Information of which chemistry courses are provided within the programmes are stated in the programme links above.