Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences: Analytical Biosciences, 2010-2011
Analytical Biosciences is a specialisation of the Master’s programme Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences (BPS).
The programme contains two research periods (52 and and 36 EC), and compulsory and optional programme components, see: outline of the specialisation programme.
- Attending two lecture series of BPS is mandatory in the MSc programme of Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences (BPS). Mandatory lecture series must be chosen from the ones listed below.
- Attending more than two lecture series of BPS is optional. Optional lecture series are part of the programme component ‘Optional courses or traineeships’.
First and Second Year
The MSc programme of Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences offers the following lecture series in the academic year 2010–2011:
|Blood-Brain Barrier: Drug Transport to the Brain||1||4||500|
|Bioanalytical Mass Spectrometry||1||4||500|
|Molecular Mechanisms of Apoptosis||2||4||500|
|Modern Drug Discovery: From Biology and Structure to New Chemical Entity||2||4||500|
|Stress Hormones and Pathophysiology of the Nervous System||2||4||500|
|Computational Analysis of Metabolomics Data (Statistical Analysis)||2||4||500|
Obligatory course in the academic year 2010–2011:
|Scientific Conduct||1 / 2||1||500|
Optional course in the academic year 2010–2011:
|Formulering farmaceutische eiwitten||1||13||500|
The specialisation Analytical Biosciences (analytical chemistry focussing on hyphenated bioanalytical strategies including proteomics) trains for junior drug researchers and prepares students for a career in analytical chemistry.