What will you learn?
The primary objective of the degree programme is to prepare independent pharmacologists working in the areas of experimental, translational, reverse translational or applied clinical research, or eventually working as independent academic experts who can apply their knowledge and experiences in pedagogical activities.
The graduates will publish the results of their doctoral thesis in excerpted journals and also present them at academic conferences.
The Entry Requirements for the Applicants:
Completed Master's studies in the fields of Internal, Dental, or Veterinary Medicine (or Pharmacology). The other applicable fields are Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Mathematics or Psychology (graduates of these non-medical fields are obliged to enrol in supplemental studies completed via an examination in Human Pathological Physiology).
The doctoral students (based on the chosen doctoral thesis topic) work in vivo or with other appropriate laboratory methods, or other research methods under the supervision of the lecturer. Later in their studies, they work entirely independently.
During their studies, the doctoral students will apply for professional internship scholarship offers relevant to their doctoral thesis topic with the support of their lecturer.
According to their availability and their specific study plans, the doctoral students participate in the lecturing of pre-graduate students at the Faculty of Medicine MU to a limited extent.
The students are capable of taking a part in clinical research both in the academic and commercial sectors. Furthermore, they are capable of working in other areas of Biomedicine, where they can apply their experiences and skills acquired during the studies.
The graduates are capable of independent creative and scientific work, applying for grants at both the national and international levels, publish articles in foreign academic journals with a measured impact factor, and publish the results of their work at international conferences.
The graduate can also work as an academic expert in the field of Pharmacology or other related fields, as well as various job positions (primarily as researcher, developer, or professional consultant) in the pharmaceutical industry and the Pharmaceutical Regulation and Clinical Evaluation branches.
The graduates who specialise in pharmaceutical medicine can work in the areas of Pharmaceutical Research and Development in the academic environment as well as the pharmaceutical industry, or work at regulatory institutions (SIDC, EMA); medical institutions focused on the clinical evaluation of pharmaceuticals, clinical pharmacology, and clinical pharmacy; or in other areas related to Biomedicine as researchers, developers, or consultants. Furthermore, they can work as academic experts in the field of Pharmacology and related fields, where they can apply the experiences and skills acquired during their studies.
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