Specialisation Cell Biology and Molecular Interactions
This specialisation focuses on the smallest units of life. You are concerned with biological properties of cells and processes within the cell.
What will you learn?
You will study processes at a molecular and/or cellular level using modern, state of the art research techniques. This will help you understand complex biological processes and phenomena such as evolution, aging, symbiosis, bio-interactions, physiology and immunology. Check the Study Handbook to see the courses of this specialisation and the chair groups at which you can do your thesis.
- Applying whole genome engineering techniques for the manipulation of Pseudomonas putida
- Exploring microbial diversity of marine sponges using 16S rRNA high-throughput methods
- Synthetic microbes on the loose: a series of biocontainment strategies for cell factories