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Master's Theses in Drug Sciences
The Master's thesis is part of the Master's program in Drug Sciences and give students the opportunity to apply and expand their learned skills within a longer, completed project in the fields of pharmaceutical research (university or industry). The focus is on the learning of independent, scientific work. In addition, students will get an insight into the work of a scientific research group. The work is carried out in the 3rd and 4th study semester and takes approx. 10 months. It is completed with a written report within this period followed by an oral examination (presentation and colloquium) within four weeks after submission of the written thesis.
Required forms for acquiring credit points (no further registration in MOnA required) as well as information sheets can be found under "Documents":
Refer to the overview of each Research Group for the current Master's Theses-Projects
External Master's Theses Projects
|MSc Pharmazie||MSc Drug Sciences||Bemerkungen|
|Immunological killing of parasitic worms||Prof. Dr. Jennifer Keiser||nein||ja||Description|
|Microfluidic tools to monitor and study microbial cells||Dr. Petra Juskova||nein||ja||Description|
|Establishment and validation of new LC-MS methods in the field of toxicology||Dr. Katharina Rentsch||nein||ja||Description|
Interaction of novel stimulants with the monoamine transporters in vitro
|ja||ja||Working location: Baltimore/USA|
Please take note of the period of grace by the rector's office for the completion of the Master's thesis and the Master's examination up to the beginning of the ensuing semester:
Assessments/grades for degrees, which arrive at the Office of the Dean of Studies (Studiendekanat Phil.-nat.) before the beginning of the new semester (cp. semester dates) can still be counted as academic achievements in the "old" semester and students do not have to re-enroll again. After this deadline, there is no more scope and students have to enroll again (paying the whole tuition fees)!
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