This is a Structured Research Master’s course, meaning that
approximately one-third of the course is taught material and
two-thirds is laboratory research. The taught modules are taught
by experts in each topic from different academic disciplines
and structured in a way that ensures that our students receive
comprehensive and overarching knowledge of cancer biology.
The laboratory research will encompass two full semesters. After
an induction phase, our students work on one research project
from January to September. This research experience teaches a
broad range of research skills, and state-of-the-art technologies
in cancer research, and provides experience in experimental
design, data interpretation, and data presentation.