The goal of this advanced elective module in Biomedical Technologies is to build upon students' basic level of knowledge in preclinical imaging (bachelor program). After learning the advanced principles of multimodal and functional imaging, the students acquire all of the skills required to develop their own first experiments and analyze the acquired data appropriately. The idea behind this approach is to provide students with the best skills they can gain for their master's thesis as well as to give them deeper insight into the fascinating field of preclinical and clinical Bioimaging, including pharmacokinetic modeling using quantitative PET data.

Module Handbook (pdf)

Contact:
Dr. Elena Lebherz
(+49 7071 29 73679)


One of the most recent training programs offered by our Department is part of the innovative course of Medical Radiation Sciences. This course imparts theoretical and practical skills in excellent research areas all over the Medical Faculty Tübingen in the fields of medical physics, radiation biology and tumor biology as well as non-invasive preclinical imaging. High-ranking and renowned scientific and clinical researchers focused on basic research teach the material enabling all students to gain a deeper insight into the fascinating field of Medical Radiation Sciences. Furthermore, graduates will have the opportunity to continue their education to qualify as an Expert in Medical Physics. These additional two years allow the students to become accredited and certificated specialists in all radiological related fields of modern medicine, such as nuclear medicine, radiation therapy, radiology and radiation physics. A specialist of this kind is mandatory within all clinical institutions due to current legal regulations.

 

Module Handbook (pdf)

Contact:
Dr. Elena Lebherz
+49 7071 29 73679


Tübingen’s Master’s program in Molecular Medicine is an excellent choice for students seeking an advanced academic and laboratory research training program in modern cellular and molecular medicine with direct application to the study of human disease.

A particular strength of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Tübingen is our highly acclaimed applied research in the specialized areas of neurosciences, immunology, oncology, and infection biology. Training in these specialized areas is offered by experts who are predominantly active researchers or clinical scientists. As expert teachers they provide a comprehensive and thoroughly up-to-date overview of the area.

Module Handbook (pdf)

Contact:
Dr. Konstanze Muschko
Phone: +49 7071 29 73682