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Biomolecular Sciences


Biomolecular Sciences deals with the challenging technological developments in, for instance, biochemical-biophysical studies of the action of protein molecules in the living cell.

Further information on the research groups participating in this track program can be found on the faculty's website.


      1. Compulsory courses


Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

430019

Physics of Life

6

1

430025

Chemistry of Life

6

1

420167

Soft Condensed Matter and Biological Physics

6

2

430055

Techniques in Molecular Biophysics

6

3



      1. Optional courses


Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

430045

Sequence Analysis

6

2

435674

Molecular Pharmacology and Toxicology of Drugs

6

2

430048

Bioinformatic Data Analysis and Tools

6

5 and 6

420144

Advanced Biophysics

6

Not in 2006/2007



    1. Medical Physics


Medical Physics directly targets the need for beta-educated academics having a clinical-physical or medical-physical expertise, which are able to contribute to the technical developments towards improving the quality of life.

Further information on the research groups participating in this track program can be found on the faculty's website.


      1. Compulsory courses


Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

430019

Physics of Life

6

1

430025

Chemistry of Life

6

1

420167

Soft Condensed Matter and Biological Physics

6

2

430027

Mechanics of Human Tissues

6

2

430055

Techniques in Molecular Biophysics

6

3

430029

Ophthalmic Physics

3

4



    1. Bioinformatics


Bioinformatics (employing the wealth of genetic infomation data) is focused on the explosive need for academic professionals who are able to design and apply computer software necessary to tackle complex medical or biomedical questions.

Further information on the research groups participating in this track program can be found on the faculty's website.


      1. Compulsory courses


Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

430019

Physics of Life

6

1

430025

Chemistry of Life

6

1

430045

Sequence Analysis

6

2

430046

DNA Protein Structure-Function Analysis and Prediction

6

3



      1. Optional courses


Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

420167

Soft Condensed Matter and Biological Physics

6

2

435674

Molecular Pharmacology and Toxicology of Drugs

6

2

430048

Bioinformatic Data Analysis and Tools

6

5 and 6

470622

Intracellular Networks

6

02.04.2007-27.04.2007



    1. Molecular Medicine


Molecular medicine is a master specialisation in the medical-pharmaceutical area of MNS. Proteomics developments are in the centre of interest, in particular focused on the design of novel, selective drugs. Also radio-immunology, oncology and clinical chemistry are possible subjects.

Further information on the research groups participating in this track program can be found on the faculty's website.



      1. Compulsory courses


Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

430019

Physics of Life

6

1

430025

Chemistry of Life

6

1

435674

Molecular Pharmacology and Toxicology of Drugs

6

2

435044

Drug-Target Analysis

6

2



      1. Optional courses


Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

430045

Sequence Analysis

6

2

420167

Soft Condensed Matter and Biological Physics

6

2



    1. Communication variant (C-variant)


This variant is intended for students with a BSc degree in any of the beta-studies who want to specialize in communication. The programme focuses on science communication theory and research as well as on science communication in practice. This includes science journalism as well as museology, the use of internet for science communication and health communication.
The variant is coordinated by prof.dr. Jaap Willems. Address: Faculty of Earth and Life Sciences, Dept. of Science Communication, De Boelelaan 1087, room S-552, e-mail jaap.willems@falw.vu.nl.
Teaching in this variant is mainly in Dutch.


Communication part: compulsory courses

Also compulsory is a individual internship/research project (21 cp) and a individual thesis (9 cp).

Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

471006

Communicatiewetenschappen

6

04.09.2006-29.09.2006

470577

Research Methods

6

04.09.2006-29.09.2006

471014

Wetenschapsjournalistiek (science journalism)

6

30.10.2006-24.11.2006




Communication part: optional courses

At least 12 cp are required.

Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

470562

Interactive Communication

3

16.10.2006-27.10.2006

471007

Interpersoonlijke communicatie

3

02.10.2006-15.10.2006

470087

Gezondheidscommunicatie

6

04.06.2007 - 29.06.2007

471033

Wetenschapscommunicatie via internet

6

27.11.2006-22.12.2006

471026

Museologie en buitenschoolse educatie

6

27.11.2006-22.12.2006



    1. Society oriented variant for natural and life sciences


Due to the growing complexity of technological and medical issues and the interaction with society, organisations working in this sector have a growing and urgent need for academic professionals in the natural and life sciences, who have knowledge of policy management and entrepreneurship. The variant offers students with a bachelor degree in the natural and life sciences the chance to combine a specialization in this field with a specialization in research, communication or education.
This variant is coördinated by dr. M.B.M. Zweekhorst. Address: Faculty of Earth and Life Sciences, Dept. Biology and Society, De Boelelaan 1087, room A-062, phone: +31 (0) 20 598 7033, e-mail marjolein.zweekhorst@falw.vu.nl.
The course language is English, unless all students participating in the course speak Dutch, the course language will be Dutch.


M-variant compulsory courses

Also compulsory is an internship (30 cp).

Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

470572

Communication, Organization and Management

6

02.10.2006-27.10.2006

470571

Analysis of Governmental Policy

6

04.09.2006-29.09.2006




M-variant optional courses

At least 18 cp are required. Recommended courses:

Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

470582

Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods

6

08.01.2007-02.02.2007

470584

Business Management in Health and Life Sciences

6

27.11.2006-22.12.2006

470578

Interactive Health Technology Assessment

3

12.11.2006-24.11.2006

470574

Clinical Development and Clinical Trials

3

13.11.2006-24.11.2006

470575

Entrepreneurship in Health and Life sciences

6

27.11.2006-22.12.2006

470569

Caput Knowledge Integration and (patient) Participation

3

In consultation

470567

Caput Institutionalising Participatory Approaches in the South

3

In consultation

470565

Caput Dilemmas in the Implementation of Public Health Programmes

3

In consultation

470564

Caput Criteria for Corporate Social Responsibility

3

In consultation

470581

Caput Success factors in sustainable innovations by SME's

3

In consultation





  1. Parallel and Distributed Computer Systems (MSc)


The information presented here concerns the structure of the MSc programme in Parallel and Distributed Computer Systems and detailed course information.

More detailed and general information about the master programme - for instance the master coordinator, schedules, etcetera - can be found at the faculty's website.


Note:

Every programme, including the choice of optional courses, has to be discussed and agreed upon with the master coordinator or a personal mentor and approved by the Examination Board.




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