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Master of Science in
Computational Biology and Biomedicine

Bioinformatics
Biomedical signal and image analysis
Modeling in neuroscience

Nice Sophia Antipolis University, France
 


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Goals of the Computational Biology Program

The Nice Sophia Antipolis University (France) offers a Master of Science program in Computational Biology. This master program is international in scope and attendance, with classes on the latest in computational biology given by recognized experts in the field, from research institutes on the Nice Sophia Antipolis Campus, namely University/CNRS (I3S, IPMC, LJAD, INLN) and INRIA. The scientific goal of this program is to focus on the human being from different perspectives (understanding and modeling functional aspects or interpreting biomedical signals from various devices) and at different scales (from the molecular to the organ and organism levels.)

The aim of this program is to provide excellent academic or industrial career opportunities by offering high level coverage of modeling and computing principles that will help to meet the challenges and make the technological choices of tomorrow in the domains of biological and medical computing. This training also aims at fostering collaborations between academia and industry in the aforementioned disciplines.

To meet these goals, the MSc program launches its sponsorship program.

We need sponsorship

Top universities in Northern-America and Europe have developed appealing programs and support bright students. In order to stand the comparison and attract a large number of high quality students, we are seeking sponsors. Your sponsorship will be used to allocate scholarships supporting the student’s life expenses during the 6-month period of classes. This support, which is mandatory for most students to continue their studies, will be attributed on excellence criteria. Thus, your sponsorship will help us to be competitive at the international level since top universities offer such stipends.

Why become a sponsor ?

Visibility. Our master program will offer your organization extensive visibility through our corporate sponsorships and the communication campaign we do worldwide to find the best students. Sponsors’ logo will be displayed on the Master’s web site, as well as the Flyer, the Brochure, and the Poster (check out the Welcome section for the communication supports). Being a sponsor of this program will also demonstrate your organizations commitment to education and computational biology in a fast growing community of researchers from different disciplines.

Cutting edge expertise. The relationships formed through this Master program will provide you with new partners for collaborations and a pool of highly qualified people to recruit your future employees. Sponsors will have access to a forum to post job opportunities, be they for master students who just completed the curriculum, or for PhD students who defended and wish to pursue a carrier in industry, thanks to an active network of alumni. Your participation is also a unique opportunity to shape the curriculum so that it best fits your needs.

For more information

Contact us at msc-compbio.finances@lists-sop.inria.fr

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