The studies consist of mandatory courses of biology, physics, engineering, microscopic applications, image processing, multimedia and ethics. They aim to give the student the required basic knowledge in the field of biomedical imaging.
Students can select elective courses from a variety of applicable topics according to their interests.
Studies also include a Master’s Thesis in one of the four specialization themes:
• Light microscopy imaging
• In vivo & Clinical Imaging
• Imaging in Nanotechnology and Material Sciences
• Microscopy techniques and instrument design
See Biomedical Imaging course structure for detailed information about the mandatory and selectable courses.
Biomedical Imaging programme course calendars
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In any questions regarding the courses, please contact the coordinators: firstname.lastname@example.org
More information on courses, see programme study guides:
University of Turku Study guide 2016-2017
Åbo Akademi Study guide 2016-2017
Links to other sources of course information:
Faculty of Medicine Postgraduate Education Unit in the University of Turku
Courses on Transferrable skills (UTUGS) in the University of Turku