CB6. Acquire knowledge and understanding to provide the basis to develop and/or apply original ideas, often in a research context.
CB7. Apply the acquired knowledge and the ability to solve problems in new contexts within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to their field of study.
CB8. To be able to integrate the acquired knowledge and handle complexity of formulate judgments based on incomplete or limited information, including reflections on social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of their knowledge and judgments.
CB9. To be able to communicate their conclusions and thoughts to a specialized and non-specialized audience in a clear and unambiguous manner.
CB10. Learn skills that will enable the students to continue their studies.
CG1. Achieve a multidisciplinary scientific view, with a clear translational orientation and applied to the field of biomedical science and technology.
CG2. Demonstrate a deep theoretical and practical knowledge about both the principles and the most advanced technologies in biomedical sciences.
CG3. Ability to lead and manage groups and research teams and also to promote teamwork, knowledge management and competitive intelligence.
CG4. Ability to analyze, synthesize and apply knowledge to propose original solutions to biomedical problems.
CG5. Develop abilities to identify and understand the social needs and to provide scientific and technological solutions in the biomedical field.
CG6. Identify the keys of technology transfer in the Spanish and in the EU market, and understand the basis for the management and building of a biomedical based company.
CE3. Understand the fundamentals of different genetic tools used for the modification of celular genomes, know how to use them and their clinical application.
CE6. Learn how and when to apply omic and bioinformatic technologies in the biomedical field specifically for the identification of new targets and the development of new drugs and diagnostic methods.
1. Understand how integrated systems work: understand the global picture of biology.
2. Knowledge on the basic fundamentals of design, implementation, testing and optimization of living organisms.
3. Ability to model complex biological systems.
4. Understand the basis of cyborg tissues and cells, and their applications in the new Medicine. Tissues and cells responsive to illness and damage.
5. Apply the acquired knowledge to the Biomedical Technologies field.