Master's Degree Programme in Molecular Systems Biology
The MDP in Molecular Systems Biology provides the theoretical and practical skills required to actively participate in systems biology research related to molecular cell biology, molecular plant biology (including bioenergy), molecular immunology or molecular microbiology. MDP graduates will have expertise in current theories and state-of-the-art technologies in systems biology, including transcriptomics, proteomics and bioinformatics. The programme will be jointly arranged by the Department of Biochemistry at University of Turku and the Turku Centre for Biotechnology.
The programme is strongly orientated towards research, providing skills required for scientific research as a Project Researcher in a university or research institute environment. Graduates of the Master’s Degree will be eligible to pursue further postgraduate studies leading to a Doctoral degree in life sciences. The M.Sc. degree also qualifies the graduate for work in research and development in industrial sectors, civil service or administration coordination.

Student Admission 2016




Minna Lintala

MDP in Molecular Systems Biology
Department of Biochemistry
FI-20014 University of Turku