The programme of the 60 credit Master is open to any students who wish to undergo additional training in biomedical sciences without having to do the two years of the full Master.
On successful completion of this programme, each student is able to :
Analyze, criticize, and propose perspectives of experiments in biomedical sciences
Analyze the observations in a rigorous and critical way:
- develop analogical and deductive reasoning;
- establish links of correlation and causality;
- track down and correct logic errors.
Interpret and represent experimental results through mathematical modeling, graphical representations, reasoning and statistical tools:
- exploit the dispersion of continuous variables as a source of information.
Communicate both orally and in writing
Write, in French and in English, scientific reports based on the standards of scientific publication in the biomedical sciences:
- to argue the relevance of the experimental procedures and the proposed conclusions;
- to compare the data with those of comparable studies published in the scientific literature;
- to identify possible divergences between different studies, to propose the possible causes.
Practice scientific integrity:
- consider all available data, including those that do not support the advanced hypothesis;
- cite his sources and ban plagiarism.