Faculty of Health







Univalle


gratuated leader


of young


surgeons


in Latin America













Trasgenic food,


are they as


bad as they


said?












Piglet


transplanted


in Univalle


survives happily

















A Colombian


in the revolution


against cancer









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Modality
On-site
Daytime
Daily
Duration
8 semesters
Credits
90
Available places (Annual)
12
Qualified registration
Res. 5252 of Juny 25th 2010

 

Mission

Contribute to the comprehensive training of researchers capable of conducting autonomous biomedical research, contributing to biomedical technology development and support teaching in basic health sciences, through study and research of health problems related to human and animal health and their relationships with the environment.

Objectives

To train researchers and scientific leaders with capacity to conduct and guide autonomously research and academic processes in the area of Biomedical Sciences.

The program is aimed at all professionals in the area of human and animal health, chemists, pharmaceutical chemists, biologists, physicists, mathematicians, engineers, psychologists, graduates of health, natural sciences and anthropologists. Professionals and graduates from other areas may be considered prior study of their resume and motivation to aspire to the postgraduate.