Flow Cytometry (2020)

 
University of Geneva

LocationGeneva, Lake Geneva region, Switzerland
CategoryLife Sciences
Health
typeCAS

Flow Cytometry

Unique in Switzerland, this CAS allows the participants to acquire the necessary  expertise in flow cytometry for the use of this technique in all diagnostic applications in hematology, immunology and oncology, as well as for research purposes in cellular biology, pharmacology, and microbiology.

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Enable participants to develop experimental and diagnostic approaches, to develop data analysis strategies, and to use appropriate analytical softwares

Physician (hematologist, immunologist), biologist, biochimist, pharmacist, toxicologist, veterinarian, engineer in the medical sciences, laboratory technician with a professional experience in flow cytometry

Participants who pass the assessment requirements and successfully complete all 3 modules will be awarded the Certificate of Advanced Studies in Flow Cytometry by the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Geneva.

Unique in Switzerland, this CAS allows the participants to acquire the necessary expertise in flow cytometry for the use of this technique in all diagnostic applications in hematology, immunology and oncology, as well as for research purposes in cellular biology, pharmacology, and microbiology.

a Master’s or a Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Biochemistry, Biomedical Sciences, Pharmacy, Medicine, or a degree deemed equivalent issued by a University, and recognized by the University of Geneva

a Master’s or a Bachelor’s degree from a University of Applied Sciences (HES). 2 years professional experience related to the Certificate program will be required. An interview can complete the admission procedure

a higher education degree in Biomedical Analysis or equivalent training (ie.: laboratory technician). 2 years professional experience related to the Certificate program will be required. An interview can complete the admission procedure

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