Informationen für Studierende des auslaufenden Masterprogramms Molekulare Medizin
Studierende, die ihr Masterstudium vor dem WiSem 2016/2017 aufgenommen haben, finden weiterführende Informationen zu ihrem Studium über den folgenden Link: Im Studium
Supplementary information on the program
The program is offered by the Faculty of Medicine. For more information on the institutions involved in the program and the research possibilities available, please check the list.
All provisions concerning the master’s program are stated in the examination regulation. The examinations committee is responsible for the organization and execution of the examinations and passes final judgement on all matters concerning the examination regulations.
Chair of the examinations committee: Prof. Dr. Anja Bosserhoff
Coordination: Dr. Inga Ebermann
Members of the examination committee Molecular Medicine
In addition to theoretical knowledge, the curriculum conveys skills in scholarly and practical work and molecular laboratory methodology. Approximately 50% of the curriculum consists of research projects (internships) that can be performed in one or more research areas of your choice.
Different country, different customs– different research?
By studying abroad you will gain new insights, experience different cultures, meeting new people and be challenged by unexpected situations. You want to take courses at a different university, do a research project or gain experience in an industrial setting? We encourage our students to spend up to six months abroad. Contact us to discuss the possibilities and arrange a learning agreement.
The faculty has many collaborations that can be used for a research exchanges. For study exchanges, check out our ERASMUS partnerships for Molecular Medicine.
You are planning a research internship or training course abroad? The international Molecular Medicine Research Experience Scholarships enable Molecular Medicine students to get firsthand experience in international and industrial research. We thank the Novartis Pharma GmbH for funding this scholarship program.
Your are interested in the bachelor’s or master’s program in Molecular Medicine and looking for information from current students? Contact us via email@example.com.
The FSI Molekulare Medizin ist the student body of the program (Satzung FSI Molekulare Medizin) and meets regularly to talk about ideas to improve the program or problems that have been noticed. All students are welcome to join the FSI and participate in groups that work on various topics. Our ideas are then conveyed to the program committee by the student delegates.
You want to know more about Molecular Medicine in Germany? Check the Molmed network on MolMedNet.