This track is devoted to the new technologies in medical imaging involving nano- or molecular markers, as well as the therapeutic use of nano-particules. Taught courses include general biology courses mainly directed at students joining the program in the second year. It also includes a number of courses dealing with the various methods of medical imaging from magnetic resonance to X-rays, image processing issues, nano- and molecular markers, and courses in structural biology.
This track aims to prepare students for the challenges and innovations that are emerging at the border medicine nanoscience, including exploiting nanotechnology and nanomaterials for medical imaging and therapeutics. It also aims to train students to research in structural biology, a strong pole in Grenoble environment with the presence of large instruments and the European Molecular Biology Laboratory EMBL.
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Niveau(x) de recrutement :Bac + 4, Bac + 5
Formation(s) requise(s) :
M2: Basics in molecular and cellular biology, in physics of semi-conductors, in NMR, in optics and electromagnetism are required. Also, the candidate should prove sufficient english level (CEFR (B2), TOEFL (IBT 87-109), IELTS (5.5-6.5), TOEIC (785-945) or equivalent).
Engineer/Master Dual Degree accessible to Phelma Engineering degree students who have validated the 2nd year of Biomedical Engineering field of study.