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05.01.2012 12:07

MADE | Are you ready to advance?

One year of advanced studies for students with an MSc degree in medicine or one of the biomedical sciences.

There is growing recognition of the fundamental importance of epidemiology to high-level clinical research worldwide. Epidemiology has made an enormous contribution to evidence-based medicine. It is fundamental to diagnosis, prognosis and prediction, and treatment. It is important for evaluating strategies for screening, the value of new prognostic indicators, and the efficacy and effectiveness of therapeutic interventions.

Successful students are awarded with a fully recognized Joint Degree. The Masters’ programme provides an excellent preparation for a PhD research project. MADE alumni will be able to fully integrate clinical and genetic aspects of epidemiology in their clinical work as well as in their research. They will start – or continue – their professional career as a scientist, perhaps combined with a clinical career, or in a pharmaceutical, food or medical appliance company, at a ministry of health, university, university hospital, research institute or advisory organisation.

Call for applications:
Eligibility and Admission: The 2012-13 programme starts in August 2012, in conjunction with the Erasmus Summer Programme 2012. Applicants must hold a master's degree in medicine, biology, biochemistry, pharmacy, nutrition, health sciences or allied sciences. In view of housing arrangements and visa applications, online applications for the 2012-13 programme must be submitted by March 31, 2012. Online applications are welcome as of mid-January 2012. Please complete Keep me posted on MADE on the website or send us an e-mail at made-masters[at]erasmusmc.nl

We look forward to hearing from you!

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