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Human Genetics

This program is open to anyone having a degree in the the Life Sciences area, such as Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Genetics, Medicine, Pharmacy, Veterinary who wish to embark upon a career in the field of experimental medicine.
The aim of the course is to train researchers in Molecular Medicine and in Post-Genomics, with a special focus on prevention, diagnosis and treatments of human genetic diseases.

Research Topics: 
Cell and Gene Therapy
Human Genetics and Genomics
Developmental Genetics
Functional and Differential Proteomics
Molecular basis of inherited diseases
Proteomics and Clinical proteomics
Neurosciences
Research Center: 
Center for Genetic Engineering (CEINGE)
Telethon Institute for Genetics and Medicine (TIGEM)
Taught courses: 
Animal models, Mammalian Physiophatology, Bioinformatics, Molecular genetics, Gene and cell therapy, Molecular basis of genetics diseases and diagnostics, Genomics, Proteomics. Students are also given the opportunity to attend courses to develop complementary skills, such as How to give oral and poster presentations, Scientific Writing, Ethical Issues and Science Communication.