|Res. 16970 of 22nd August 2016|
To contribute to integral training of researchers capable of conducting directed biomedical research, which contributes to the development of biomedical technology and support teaching in basic health sciences; through study and research of problems related to human and animal health, and their relationship with environment.
To train researchers with skills to move forward on directed biomedical research and to proceed in doctoral program.
The program is intended for all professionals in the area of human and animal health, chemists, pharmaceutical chemists, biologists, physicists, mathematicians, engineers, psychologists, graduates of health and natural sciences, and anthropologists. Professionals and graduates from other areas may be considered prior study of their resume and their motivation to aspire to the program.