DU Plaies et cicatrisation
Université de Grenoble
Grenoble

MASTER / DU
Outil proposé par l’ANEPF

Objectif de la formation

With the rapid advance of biomedical engineering, life sciences and physical sciences have converged to create a new discipline: biomedicine. This convergence is helping scientists to make important breakthroughs, such as nanoscale systems for disease detection and drug delivery, predictive computer models of disease progression and drug response, and increasingly affordable forms of biometric analysis for personalized medicine.

Over the past 150 years, average life expectancy has increased by approximately 4 to 5 years per generation. the gap between the active and inactive has widened, and pressure on health and social care costs for society has increased. as chronic disease becomes more prevalent and populations continue to age, eu healthcare systems are striving to shift the burden of care from hospitals to the community and the individual. There is consequently a growing need for biomedical innovations to be more user-centred, empowering patients to manage their healthy living and active ageing. Postgraduate recruits to the fast-growing sector of biomedical engineering will need to bring not only their expertise in a particular field, but also a thorough grounding in a range of technologies and the ability to apply their knowledge and skills to the design of new products and services. Health4life addresses this need with a novel programme combining education and research.

Compétences développées

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Débouchés
● Poursuite d’études :
Health4life leads on naturally to PhD positions and/or R&D careers in world-leading industries, high-potential start-ups, teaching hospitals and universities, where students are able to utilise their skills in collaborative cutting-edge research and innovation projects, translating technologies into viable applications for the benefit of all.

● Secteurs d’activité :
Health4life leads on naturally to PhD positions and/or R&D careers in world-leading industries, high-potential start-ups, teaching hospitals and universities, where students are able to utilise their skills in collaborative cutting-edge research and innovation projects, translating technologies into viable applications for the benefit of all.

Organisation de la formation

● Semestre 9 : 7 options au choix parmi 30 (liste dans lien)
● Semestre 10 : 1 option au choix parmis 6 (liste dans lien)

Stages obligatoire de 6 mois en france ou à l’étranger
Contrôle de connaissances
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Condition admission / Public cible
The master of Health Engineering is open in initial training and continuing education. The 1st year of master is accessible on file (and / or interview) to the candidates justifying a national diploma conferring the degree of license in a field compatible with that of the master or via a validation of studies or of acquired according to the conditions determined by the university or the training. The 2nd year is accessible on file (and / or interview) to the candidates having validated the 1st year of master of a compatible course or else by a validation of studies or acquired according to the conditions determined by the university or Training.

You are in charge of continuing education:
– if you resume your studies after 2 years of interruption of studies,
– or if you followed training under the continuous training regime one of the previous 2 years
– or if you are an employee, job seeker, self-employed.
Période approximative de candidature
For the 1st year of the Master in Health Engineering: entry of online applications between 18/03/2020 and 06/05/2020.
Interviews for those pre-selected in early June 2020
Lieu de formation
Grenoble
Coût de la formation
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Contact
Responsable pédagogique :
Corinne Ravelet : Corinne.Ravelet@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr
Ahcene Boumendjel : Ahcene.Boumendjel@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr

Secrétariat de scolarité :
Scolarité Mention de Master Ingénierie de la Santé
scolaritemasteris@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr
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