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- Students’ appreciation for outstanding study resultsStudents Lukáš Daněk and Filip Šlapal, who are studying the double-degree programme at RWTH Aachen, have been rewarded for their outstanding study results (they belong […]
The aim of Medical Electronics and Bioinformatics programme is to raise graduates that are able to solve engineering problems, especially in the field of research and development of modern electronical devices and software applications in the are of medicine and biology.
Graduates may find employment in medical facilities, research & development teams or even within various management roles. Graduates gain a good base for individual scientific work or even for continuing in post-graduate study programmes on both domestic and foreign universities. Look at their experience yourselves.
Development of applications for diagnostics
Possible applications such as augmented reality in operating rooms
Designing medical aids
Researching DNA, its properties and sequences
Why choose the BIO study programme?
- We use modern technologies to improve quality and health of people.
- We combine knowledge from electrotechnics and informatics with biology and medicine.
- There is a shortage of professionals in this field and the demand for them will continue to grow.
- A high level of optionality allows to tailor the studies to one’s needs. You may go through one of the specializations on the Master’s programme.
- There are departments and research groups, with professionals and elites in the field, participating on the programme.
- We closely cooperate with significant departments with the possibility of practice in biomedical environment.
The research teams providing the studies closely cooperate with other universities (e.g. First and Second Faculties of Medicine, Charles University) with significant departments such as VFN in Prague, IKEM, FN Motol, Na Homolce Hospital, Institutes of The Czech Academy of Sciences (Institute of Computer Science, Institute of Physiology) and important global companies in the field as MedTronic, Philips, Siemens and others.