In principle students can perform a master assignment at MCBP after following any of the four master tracks (Imaging and in vitro diagnostics; Bioengineering technologies; Physiological signals and systems and Biorobotics) provided the compulsory courses have been followed successfully. The choice of elective courses strongly depends on the content of the master assignment and the interest and future plans of the student.

Best is to contact MCBP and discuss the possible master projects as most of them will relate to active research programs and some will be in collaboration with other research groups. Possibilities for external internships with one of the companies or research groups that MCBP is working with can also be discussed and facilitated.

List of elective courses that fit various master assignments at MCBP is provided below:

Course code Name:

193640080   Biophysics

193640060   Radiation expertise

201400330   Applied Cell Biology

201300004   Robotics for Medical Applications

193640060   Radiation expertise

191154740   Biophysical Fluid Dynamics: The Respiratory System

201400281   Advanced Medical Imaging & Therapy Systems

193640999   Internship BME

191210910   Image Processing and Computer Vision

193530050   Magnetic Methods voor (Neuro) Imaging

191506001   Mathematical Methods

191211310   Technology for the Support of Human Func

193640020   Biophysical Techniques & Molecular Imagi

201400289   In vitro molecular diagnostics

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Imaging and in vitro diagnostics

Compulsory courses:

    - In vitro diagnostics

    - Biostatistics

    - Biophysical techniques and molecular imaging

    - Imaging in radiology

    - Technology for health

    - Mathematical Methods   

Bioengineering technologies

Compulsory courses:

        - Biostatistics

        - Technology for health

        - Applied cell biology

        - Biomedical Membranes & Artificial organs

        - Tissue engineering

        - Biological Chemistry  

Physiological signals and systems

Compulsory courses:

    - Technology for health

    - Biostatistics

    - Clinical research methods

    - Advanced techniques for signal analysis

    - Integrative design of biomedical products

    - Identification of Human physiological systems   

Biorobotics

Compulsory courses:

   - Biostatistics

    - Integrative design of biomedical products

    - Clinical research methods

    - Technology for health

    - Ergonomics

    - Topics in human anatomy & sport physiology