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Vaccine Design

Vaccines have led to the eradication of some diseases such as polio but how are they designed? This course explains how vaccines are designed to ensure their effectiveness and safety.

Transcriptomics: Unravelling the Transcriptome

This intermediate-level course explores the concepts of transcriptome with its technology and addresses how these concepts can help to reveal the genetic architecture of a trait.

Tissue Engineering

For the past 30 years, tissue engineering has gone through a major revolution, aiming at the regeneration of functionalised tissue for medical application.


This course provides an all-around understanding of proteomics from the basic structure of proteins, the typical workflow in a proteomics experiment...

Principles of Biochemistry

This course introduces the principles of biochemistry starting from the biological building blocks of our cells to fundamental metabolic signalling cascades and how these can be utilised in cancer therapy.


Pharmacology is the study of drugs on a living system. Pharmacology is crucial for drug discovery.

Next Generation Sequencing (NGS)

This intermediate-level course provides a thorough overview of the field of next-generation sequencing, from its properties and strength and its major applications, to an overview of a typical sequencing workflow.

Molecular Microbiology

Molecular microbiology is a very progressive field of science, there is an enormous demand to understand the omnipresent microbes influencing our everyday life on sub-cellular level, which will be subject of this course.

Molecular Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases

Learn how molecular and epidemiological data are used together to understand infectious disease transmission and to help preventing and controlling pathogens.


Metabolomics is the youngest of the ‘omics’. In this course, an overview of metabolomics and its different experimental targeted and untargeted workflows will be given.

Immunogenomics: Understanding the Immune Response to Disease

This is an advanced-level course that explores the molecular and genetic basis of cancer and its evolution and immunology of cancer.


Genomics is the first and best-established discipline of all the omics. It is the study of the whole genomes of organisms incorporating elements of genetics.

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