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Education

Education is an important part of the activities in our department.

Many of our researchers are involved in teaching courses within the medical, nursing and biomedical laboratory science programs. Several researchers also teach the stand-alone courses in diagnostic imaging offered in collaboration with the Sahlgrenska Hospital.

Our department includes a large number of full-time and clinical PhD students. The department organizes regular and varied courses in postgraduate education.

Medical education

Our department participates in part of the medical program, in particular semesters 6 and 7, focusing on cardiovascular disease, gastroenterology, and kidney disease. The medical program is one of the longest basic training programs at Swedish universities (11 semesters; 330 credits) and leads to a medical degree.

Programme in Biomedical Laboratory Science

Our department teaches aspiring biomedical scientists at basic and advanced levels. The program has two specializations: laboratory medicine, which is directed towards acquiring expertise in advanced diagnostic laboratory methods; and clinical physiology, which teaches the skills required to investigate patients directly using advanced diagnostic examinations.

In recent years, both young and senior researchers from our department have been involved in this training program. Through teaching, young scientists gain the experience required for more senior research positions.

PhD students

Read more about PhD studies at the University of Gothenburg.

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Contact information

Department of Molecular and Clinical Medicine
The Wallenberg Laboratory
Sahlgrenska University Hospital
SE-413 45 GÖTEBORG
Phone: +46 (0)31-342 3017
Fax: +46 (0)31-82 37 62

Page Manager: Eva Sjögren Nilsson|Last update: 3/28/2013
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