MSc Molecular Life Sciences (Specialisation in Cellular and Molecular Biology) Back
During the master course and in particular by preparing their master thesis the students deepen and specialise their knowledge and skills in the area of molecular life sciences. A particular emphasis of the program is to involve the students actively in research projects. The degree of Master of Science (MSc) in Molecular Life Sciences can lead to an employment in industrial, governmental and research settings or to a further education eg to PhD studies.
Research topics include DNA repair and recombination, molecular biology of RNA, molecular parasitology, developmental biology, signal transduction, protein biochemistry, microbial physiology and biochemistry. Yeasts, bacteria, trypanosomatids, insects and mammalian cell cultures are used as model systems.
|Module name||Credits (ECTS or CATS)||Duration||Core / elective / recommended||Available as Short course (CPD)|
|Cellular and genetic networks||3 ECTS||elective|
|Colloquium in neuro- and developmental biology||4 ECTS||elective|
|Eukaryotic Gene Expression||3 ECTS||elective|
|Molecular genetic analysis of development||3 ECTS||elective|
|Molecular Life Sciences Journal Club||2 ECTS||elective|
|"Omics" - from genomes to metabolomes||1 ECTS||elective|
|"Omics" -practical introduction to genomics and transcriptomics||2 ECTS||elective|
|The genetic code||1 ECTS||elective|