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Welcome to Master of Biomedical Sciences

We are happy that you have chosen our master of Biomedical Sciences. Below you find all important informations about BMSc.
               For question about the study, please contact Mrs Ruegge

Introduction

The Master program in Biomedical Sciences has a duration of one-and-a-half years. The mandatory core component supplements the initial knowledge of the pathophysiology of organ systems that is acquired in the third year of the Bachelor program in Fribourg. This core component also expands students' expertise in modern methods of research. Students also conduct a three-week laboratory internship that focuses on a research field of their choice. During the final six months of their studies, students write a master thesis on a research topic of their choice. More information about the study please find here.
General Information

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Elective Modules
Purpose: It is the goal of the elective modules to give the students the opportunity to get acquainted with scientific topics of interest, to learn new experimental techniques and to indulge in daily lab routines. If feasible, students get the opportunity to work on a small project on their own. Apart from offering students deeper insights into preferred fields of research, elective modules ideally also serve as an entry point towards the master thesis.
Dates:
Slot 1: 15.02. - 05.03.2021
Slot 2: 07.03. – 25.03.2021
Registration Process:
(1) The registration is handled via KSL. The proposals are listed in KSL. The instructions on how to register are listed below.
(2) Each student shall choose one proposal per slot no later than November 12th 2020

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Masterthesis
Registration Process:
The registration is handled via KSL. The proposals are listed in KSL. The instructions on how to register are listed below.
Dates
Start window
21.6. - 31.7.2021
End of thesis
6 months later, latest on 31.1.2022
Deadline for registration
21.5.2021
Alumni Award
Alumni Biomedical Sciences will award a prize for the best master thesis 2020. In a first step, a committee will judge the anonymized abstracts based on clarity, writing, and scientific content. Second, the full master thesis of some students will be read and judged. Judging criterias will be rather based on scientific writing and methodology than on the project itself. The prize of SFr. 500.- will be handed over to the winner at the official diploma ceremony in March. To be eligible for the prize, please send the abstract of your master thesis before 13.01.22 to study coordinator. Alumni Biomedical Sciences wishes you good luck with your experiments and all the best for your master thesis.

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Evaluations
All teaching modules undergo an obligatory WEB based evaluation

Please fill in the course evaluations within 10 days after finishing the module. The link for the evaluation will send by mail.

This is obligatory for everyone
Voluntary Studies
Studies listed below refer to topics that may be of special interest to Master students in Biomedical Sciences. Important : While ECTS points earned with these courses are NOT eligible towards achieving the Masters' degree in BMSc, they will be listed in the Diploma Supplement as additional voluntary studies.
Introductory Course in Laboratory Animal Science (2 ECTS)
Details about the course on care and use of laboratory animals (LTK) can be found here: Zurich

       Registration procedure:
  • Letter of intent must be sent by mail or regular mail to the coordinator's office before registration to the LTK course
  • The letter will be signed by the coordinator and sent back to you.
  • Proceed with the registration to the LTK course: under the heading "remarks", state that you received the signed agreement (mandatory for successful registration)
  • When registering: please be sure to include following billing address: Zentraler RechnungseingangREF-200-80Hochschulstrasse 63012 Bern
  • After the LTK course: Students that have successfully finished the course are asked to provide the diploma to the office of the study coordinator. If students fail to provide the diploma (course not attended or failed), they will have to pay back the course fees.

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Module in CTU
Course objectives
This course is aimed at providing prospective clinical investigators with the essential knowledge of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and of other regulatory and ethical requirements, and the skills for contributing to clinical trials

The topics covered will include
- Ethical and legal principles
- Swiss regulations for research involving humans (HRA, ClinO, HRO and OrgO)
- GCP guidelines
- Basics of clinical research and study designs
- Basics of data management in clinical research
- Patient information and consent
- Study conduct & quality assurance
- Safety
Link to GCB Homepage

- Organized by  CTU Bern, Universität Bern, Finkenhubelweg 11, 3012 Bern
- Duration: 2-day event
- Costs: CHF 400.-- are paid by us
- Registration is handled the study coordinator (ruegge@pyl.unibe.ch)
- The exact date and time will be announced in due course
Upcoming Masterthesis Presentations
15.12.2020: Katharina Steiner
Between 16.30 and 16.45; Title: "In vitro analysis of a recombinant human IgG1 Fc hexamer on neutrophils"
Join Zoom-Meeting: https://unibe-ch.zoom.us/j/97351914915


17.12.2020: Jasmin Meier
12.30, Title: "Glucose dynamics, hypoglycemia and symptoms in individuals with postprandial hypoglycemia following gastric bypass surgery: An explorative analysis"
Join Zoom-Meeting:
https://zoom.us/j/95819057435?pwd=OVdySmt6NE5PUkVZMlVQSlVIQ0RHQT09
Meeting-ID: 958 1905 7435
Kenncode: 060551
 
04.01.2021: Sofie von Känel
15.30, Title: "Observing gestures from point light walkers activates the praxis network in schizophrenia - a fMRI study"
Join Zoom-Meeting:
https://zoom.us/j/95553435622?pwd=ck5qS2l1bXlXZGoyU1lJUEhXM1lvQT09


08.01.2021: Valentina Martinelli
13:15, Title: "Studying arsenic bio-transformations in the gut epithelium using small intestinal organoid cultures"
Join Zoom Meeting: https://unibe-ch.zoom.us/j/97346792462?pwd=YmlqVHN0VVFCSkNoMDVQNUw3UkRhUT09

11.01.2021: Karin Rechberger
10:00, Title: "Influence of molecular properties on interstitial tissue levels of therapeutic antibodies"
Join Zoom Meeting: https://unibe-ch.zoom.us/j/2405551815?pwd=ZS8xaHMvR3RiY01SOVRFM216aHhOQT09


16.01.2021: Nicole Pietrogiovanna 
14:30, Title: "Atrial-like cardiomyocites derived from human pluripotent stem cells: a human in-vitro modeling study"
Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86727936985?pwd=SUhVZHRTTnRRRllVTTJJcGdBN3VCZz09

21.01.2021: Jehona Mulaki
13.00, Zoom-Meeting
Zoom Link: https://unibe-ch.zoom.us/j/96393956380?pwd=R2tCVDdkaTRnZ3lnUS92NnB5d205Zz09
Title: "Regulation of EPO production by sphingosine-1-phosphate in renal pericytes"

25.01.2021: Damian Jandrasits
12.00, Title: "Precision-cut lung slices as a model to study respiratory virus infection"
Join Zoom Meeting: https://unibe-ch.zoom.us/j/96884564673?pwd=cWRGSkNJb2Q3aEV4VGtMMkJENmljdz09

25.01.2021: Vidusiya Selvarajah
11.15, Title: "Molecular mechanisms involved in CD8 T-cell extravasation across the blood-brain barrier endothelium"
Join Zoom Meeting: https://unibe-ch.zoom.us/j/94449466552?pwd=aVhZT3FiR2lEdHdnRUsrRlJhTVUvQT09

26.01.2021: Laura Leuenberger
09.30, Title: "Modulation of proliferation and drug response of ovarian cancer cells by fibroblasts"
Join Zoom Meeting: https://unibe-ch.zoom.us/j/91558075064?pwd=S2JzR0JMYWF4M0pkKzdWb2ZoTk41dz09
 
28.01.2021: Ioannou Jean-Philippe

17:00, Title: "Biochemical analysis of OXA-48 variants conferring resistance to ceftazidime and exhibiting carbapenemase activity"
Join Zoom Meeting: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/74803494417?pwd=OXYwTDlmamJDMmw4OXhOWEN5WnpIZz09
Alumni Biomedical Sciences
The “Alumni Biomedical Sciences” form an association of former MSc of Science in Biomedical Sciences students, their professors form the Universities of Bern and Fribourg as well as of different partners from in industry and academics. It’s our goal to form not only a platform for pleasurable reunions, but also to keep in touch concerning professional duties. We want to build up networks within the association and towards potential employers. Therefore we are sustaining an Internet page with information about possible working places, links to our partners from the industry and academics and information about events such as careers days.
Here you will be redirected to the homepage from Alumni
Honors
CSL Behring Award 2020
1. Rang Melissa Pitton
2. Rang  Nerea Fernandez Trigo
3. Rang  Camila Gemperli
CSL Behring Award 2019
1. Rang: Imboden Vera
2. Rang: Milusev Anastasia
3. Rang: Flint Emilio
CSL Behring Award 2017
1. Rang: Bachmann Chantal
2. Rang: Van De Vyver Arthur
3. Rang: Bienz Isabelle
CSL Behring Award 2016
1. Rang: Zenhäusern Priska
2. Rang: Fallegger Angela
3 Rang: Dudler Julie
CSL Behring Award 2015
1. Rang: Traxel Sabrina
2. Rang: Krauer Fabienne
3 Rang: Piccand Matthieu
University of Fribourg, Faculty of Science Award 2015
We congratulate Inès Mottas for winning the Faculty of Science Award 2015 for her master thesis "Characterization of the efficacy of CD8+ T cell activation by dendritic cells treated with a combination of pattern recognition receptor ligands" under the supervision of Prof. C. Bourquin, University of Fribourg.

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