The Regenerative Medicine and Technology program aims to educate the next generation of scientists and engineers in regenerative medicine and technology.
The rapidly emerging, multidisciplinary field of Regenerative Medicine and Technology has significant impact on current and future health care. It combines the expertise of both universities, and includes courses on molecular cell biology, biomaterials, imaging technologies, computational modelling, bioreactor technology and translational research. The program will comprise a mixture of courses, research-driven internships, an (international) externship and an in-depth research project.
Students will have access to state-of-the-art laboratories at both universities. The program trains multidisciplinary researchers to innovate at the intersection of biomedical science, technology and clinical applications. Check the current website regularly for the most recent developments.
In addition to the compulsory core program, 12 ECTS are devoted to an individual program of elective courses. These are advanced courses at the Master’s or PhD level in the field of Regenerative Medicine and Technology. You may fill these credits by selecting courses from any relevant Master's programs at either TU/e or Utrecht University but most will be in the Biomedical Engineering or Biomedical Sciences departments. The individual elective program depends on your personal preference and any educational deficits resulting from the prior educational program (deviating from a BSc in Biomedical Sciences or Biomedical Engineering.
There are two research projects in the Regenerative Medicine and Technology study program. For both, the choice of topics is broad including (but not exclusive to) tissue engineering, biomaterials, translation to clinic, imaging (MRI, CT, PET), image analysis, computational modeling, molecular therapies and stem cell therapies.
The 33 ECTS research project will be carried out at an institute with a focus on regenerative strategy-enabling technologies. If you obtained your Bachelor degree at a Dutch university, you are encouraged to complete the project abroad, while a project at UU or TU/e is advised for foreign students. For students that are enrolled in the Master’s program at the TU/e, this research project may be split into a 24 ECTS project performed abroad and 9 ECTS of additional elective courses.
The 51 ECTS research project must be carried out at a research lab associated with either Utrecht University of Eindhoven University of Technology.
Besides the MSc Regenerative Medicine and Technology, Eindhoven University of Technology offers a range of other Medicine related programs such as the Biomedical Engineering Master
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Students who would like to register for the Master Regenerative Medicine and Technology will need to have sufficient funds for tuition and living expenses. Getting a scholarship could be the first step towards obtaining a top MSc degree at Eindhoven University of Technology.
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