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Master's Degree in Biochemistry in Health - CLINICAL AND METABOLIC BIOCHEMISTRY

The aim of this 2nd cycle in Biochemistry in Health is to develop skills in the field of Advanced Biochemistry for health professionals, or other professionals in related areas, in order to enhance their professional and academic enrichment. According to the present proposal, this course could be directed to the areas of diagnosis and therapy that are the competence of professionals trained at the level of the 1st cycle in Health Technology courses. The Master's course in Biochemistry in Health, being a current course, has a strong component, and differentiating it from other similar courses, in the area of systems biology and omics (Genomics, Proteomics and Metabolomics, Cytomics, Pharmacogenomics and Bioinformatics) . In addition, the Biochemistry in Health course has a strong clinical component that also differentiates it from other similar master's degrees, namely Molecular Pathology, Clinical Pathology, Immunohistochemistry, Clinical Biochemistry, Molecular Diagnosis, among others.

The course also presents a route in the field of Biotechnology, directed towards environmental, food and pharmaceutical biotechnology, with a bioinformatics, chemical and microbiological component for biotechnology. Another differentiating feature of this master's degree is the possibility for students to define their academic path, through the specialization in applied biochemistry, since they can choose all subjects in the 3rd quarter of the branches in operation.

 

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421 Biology and biochemistry
Número: R/A-CR 93/2013/AL02
Data:
01/01/2001
N.º Despacho/Portaria: 2478/2023
Data:
20/02/2023
1º Ano
Unidade curricular Período ECTS
MOLECULAR DIAGNOSIS 1st Semester 4.0
HEALTH EDUCATION 1st Semester 4.0
GENOMIC, PROTEOMIC AND METABOLOMIC 1st Semester 4.0
IMMUNOLOGY 1st Semester 4.0
INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS OF BIOMOLECULES 1st Semester 4.0
NEUROCHEMISTRY AND NEUROBIOLOGY 1st Semester 4.0
MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY 1st Semester 4.0
SEMINARS 1st Semester 2.0
CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY 2st Semester 4.0
ANALYTICAL CYTOLOGY AND MECHANISMS OF CELL ADAPTATION 2st Semester 3.0
CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY 2st Semester 2.0
HISTOCHEMISTRY AND IMMUNOCYTOCHEMISTRY 2st Semester 4.0
METABOLISM AND EXPERIMENTAL MODELS IN METABOLIC DISEASES 2st Semester 6.0
RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES AND EXPERIMENTAL PLANNING 2st Semester 3.0
CLINICAL PATHOLOGY 2st Semester 4.0
COMPUTATIONAL BIOCHEMISTRY (optional) 2st Semester 3.0
PHARMACOGENOMICS (optional) 2st Semester 4.0
QUALITY MANAGEMENT (optional) 2st Semester 2.0
LABORATORY OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (optional) 2st Semester 2.0
LABORATORY OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND MICROBIOLOGY (optional) 2st Semester 2.0
LABORATORY OF CLINICAL CHEMISTRY (optional) 2st Semester 2.0
MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF CELLULAR ADAPTATION (optional) 2st Semester 1.0
MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY (optional) 2st Semester 4.0
NUTRITION AND DIETETICS (optional) 2st Semester 4.0
RADIOBIOCHEMISTRY (optional) 2st Semester 2.0
2º Ano
Unidade curricular Período ECTS
DISSERTATION (optional) Annual 60.0
DISSERTATION (optional) Annual 60.0
The Master in Biochemistry in Health will develop skills in the field of Advanced Biochemistry for Health professionals or other professionals in related areas in order to enhance their professional and academic enrichment. You will be able to develop your activity, with autonomy and rigor, in the areas of Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Health Technologies, Microbiology, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Biomedicine, Biology, Life and Health Sciences, among others.

a) Holders of a bachelor's degree or equivalent in courses in the area of Health Technologies, in the area of Chemical, Life and Health Sciences (Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Nutritional Sciences, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Genetics, Microbiology, Biology and similar ) and in the field of Engineering Sciences (Environmental, Biological, Biomedical, Chemical and related engineering); b) Holders of a foreign higher academic degree, in the area of health or a related area, conferred following a 1st cycle of studies organized in accordance with the Bologna principles by a State adhering to this Process; c) Holders of a foreign higher academic degree that is recognized as satisfying the objectives of the degree in the areas mentioned in subparagraph a) by the Technical-Scientific Council of ESS; d) Holders of an academic, scientific and professional curriculum that is recognized as attesting the ability to carry out this cycle of studies by the Technical-Scientific Council of ESS.