This PhD programme aims to develop research in the field of nanomaterials and nanostructures and their applications to biology and medicine. Main research areas are as follows: nanomaterials,
cell manipulation,
neuroscience,
biosensors,
tissue engineering,
detection/therapy.

program_requirements

Education requirements:

A master’s degree – or MSc equivalent – in science (e.g. physics, biology, chemistry, medicine, biophysics) or engineering field, obtained not earlier than in 2005, is required for admission in the PhD Program. Diploma must be graded at least good (or equivalent). Fluent knowledge of English.
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