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Master Ingénierie de la santé - Parcours : Bioimaging (BIM)

The BME-Paris Master is designed to provide a 2-year education program in the field of bioengineering, at the cross-road of biomedical and engineering sciences. It results from a partnership between Université Paris Descartes, Arts-et-Métiers ParisTech and Université PSL.

Based on this unique partnership, this Master is founded on an educational policy that favors interdisciplinarity and students’ initiative as well as international perspective. This policy is supported by the top-level and complementary expertise and know-how of the three partners: engineering sciences in the three engineering schools within PSL (ESPCI Paris, Mines ParisTech and Chimie ParisTech) and Arts-et-Métiers ParisTech, on the one hand, and biomedical and health sciences at Université Paris Descartes, on the other. 
Teaching faculty is mostly from the partner institutions. Guest lecturers include hospital clinicians (AP-HP), and researchers from other schools and universities as well as from private companies (e.g. GE Healthcare, Philips Healthcare, Renault, Sanofi, Thalès, Materialise Medical, …).

Learning outcomes

The BME-Paris Master proposes a program of excellence intended for students with a wide variety of backgrounds (biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, engineering as well as medicine, pharmacy and other health sciences…).

The overarching goals of the Master are:

  • to provide students with the knowledge and tools required in a wide range of the biomedical engineering fields;
  • to foster a fruitful collaborative spirit between engineering and medical students, that will eventually bridge the existing « culture gap » between the corresponding professions. 

 

While the second year (M2) offers five specialization tracks, the first year (M1) is devoted to strengthening and broadening students’ skills in specific engineering and biomedical subjects. Students are advised in their individual choices of teaching units, to bring them up to date on the fundamental science subjects they may not have acquired through their previous studies (eg physiology and anatomy for engineering students, or signal processing and mechanics for biology or medical students).

Bioimaging (BIM) is one of the 5 M2 proposed tracks.

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Master Ingénierie de la santé - Parcours : Biomechanics (BioMECH)

The BME-Paris Master is designed to provide a 2-year education program in the field of bioengineering, at the cross-road of biomedical and engineering sciences. It results from a partnership between Université Paris Descartes, Arts-et-Métiers ParisTech and Université PSL.

Based on this unique partnership, this Master is founded on an educational policy that favors interdisciplinarity and students’ initiative as well as international perspective. This policy is supported by the top-level and complementary expertise and know-how of the three partners: engineering sciences in the three engineering schools within PSL (ESPCI Paris, Mines ParisTech and Chimie ParisTech) and Arts-et-Métiers ParisTech, on the one hand, and biomedical and health sciences at Université Paris Descartes, on the other. 
Teaching faculty is mostly from the partner institutions. Guest lecturers include hospital clinicians (AP-HP), and researchers from other schools and universities as well as from private companies (e.g. GE Healthcare, Philips Healthcare, Renault, Sanofi, Thalès, Materialise Medical, …).

Learning outcomes

The BME-Paris Master proposes a program of excellence intended for students with a wide variety of backgrounds (biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, engineering as well as medicine, pharmacy and other health sciences…).

The overarching goals of the Master are:

  • to provide students with the knowledge and tools required in a wide range of the biomedical engineering fields;
  • to foster a fruitful collaborative spirit between engineering and medical students, that will eventually bridge the existing « culture gap » between the corresponding professions. 

 

While the second year (M2) offers five specialization tracks, the first year (M1) is devoted to strengthening and broadening students’ skills in specific engineering and biomedical subjects. Students are advised in their individual choices of teaching units, to bring them up to date on the fundamental science subjects they may not have acquired through their previous studies (eg physiology and anatomy for engineering students, or signal processing and mechanics for biology or medical students).

Biomechanics (BioMECH) is one of the 5 M2 proposed tracks.

Voir la page complète de ce parcours

Master Ingénierie de la santé - Parcours : Bioengineering and Innovation in Neurosciences (BIN)

The BME-Paris Master is designed to provide a 2-year education program in the field of bioengineering, at the cross-road of biomedical and engineering sciences. It results from a partnership between Université Paris Descartes, Arts-et-Métiers ParisTech and Université PSL.

Based on this unique partnership, this Master is founded on an educational policy that favors interdisciplinarity and students’ initiative as well as international perspective. This policy is supported by the top-level and complementary expertise and know-how of the three partners: engineering sciences in the three engineering schools within PSL (ESPCI Paris, Mines ParisTech and Chimie ParisTech) and Arts-et-Métiers ParisTech, on the one hand, and biomedical and health sciences at Université Paris Descartes, on the other. 
Teaching faculty is mostly from the partner institutions. Guest lecturers include hospital clinicians (AP-HP), and researchers from other schools and universities as well as from private companies (e.g. GE Healthcare, Philips Healthcare, Renault, Sanofi, Thalès, Materialise Medical, …).

Learning outcomes

The BME-Paris Master proposes a program of excellence intended for students with a wide variety of backgrounds (biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, engineering as well as medicine, pharmacy and other health sciences…).

The overarching goals of the Master are:

  • to provide students with the knowledge and tools required in a wide range of the biomedical engineering fields;
  • to foster a fruitful collaborative spirit between engineering and medical students, that will eventually bridge the existing « culture gap » between the corresponding professions. 

 

While the second year (M2) offers five specialization tracks, the first year (M1) is devoted to strengthening and broadening students’ skills in specific engineering and biomedical subjects. Students are advised in their individual choices of teaching units, to bring them up to date on the fundamental science subjects they may not have acquired through their previous studies (eg physiology and anatomy for engineering students, or signal processing and mechanics for biology or medical students).

Voir la page complète de ce parcours

Master Ingénierie de la santé - Parcours : Biomaterials (BioMAT)

The BME-Paris Master is designed to provide a 2-year education program in the field of bioengineering, at the cross-road of biomedical and engineering sciences. It results from a partnership between Université Paris Descartes, Arts-et-Métiers ParisTech and Université PSL.

Based on this unique partnership, this Master is founded on an educational policy that favors interdisciplinarity and students’ initiative as well as international perspective. This policy is supported by the top-level and complementary expertise and know-how of the three partners: engineering sciences in the three engineering schools within PSL (ESPCI Paris, Mines ParisTech and Chimie ParisTech) and Arts-et-Métiers ParisTech, on the one hand, and biomedical and health sciences at Université Paris Descartes, on the other. 
Teaching faculty is mostly from the partner institutions. Guest lecturers include hospital clinicians (AP-HP), and researchers from other schools and universities as well as from private companies (e.g. GE Healthcare, Philips Healthcare, Renault, Sanofi, Thalès, Materialise Medical, …).

Learning outcomes

The BME-Paris Master proposes a program of excellence intended for students with a wide variety of backgrounds (biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, engineering as well as medicine, pharmacy and other health sciences…).

The overarching goals of the Master are:

  • to provide students with the knowledge and tools required in a wide range of the biomedical engineering fields;
  • to foster a fruitful collaborative spirit between engineering and medical students, that will eventually bridge the existing « culture gap » between the corresponding professions. 

While the second year (M2) offers five specialization tracks, the first year (M1) is devoted to strengthening and broadening students’ skills in specific engineering and biomedical subjects. Students are advised in their individual choices of teaching units, to bring them up to date on the fundamental science subjects they may not have acquired through their previous studies (eg physiology and anatomy for engineering students, or signal processing and mechanics for biology or medical students).

Biomaterials and Biodevices (BioMAT) is one of the 5 M2 proposed tracks.

Voir la page complète de ce parcours

Master Ingénierie de la santé - Parcours : Molecular and Cellular biotherapy (MCB)

The BME-Paris Master is designed to provide a 2-year education program in the field of bioengineering, at the cross-road of biomedical and engineering sciences. It results from a partnership between Université Paris Descartes, Arts-et-Métiers ParisTech and Université PSL.

Based on this unique partnership, this Master is founded on an educational policy that favors interdisciplinarity and students’ initiative as well as international perspective. This policy is supported by the top-level and complementary expertise and know-how of the three partners: engineering sciences in the three engineering schools within PSL (ESPCI Paris, Mines ParisTech and Chimie ParisTech) and Arts-et-Métiers ParisTech, on the one hand, and biomedical and health sciences at Université Paris Descartes, on the other. 
Teaching faculty is mostly from the partner institutions. Guest lecturers include hospital clinicians (AP-HP), and researchers from other schools and universities as well as from private companies (e.g. GE Healthcare, Philips Healthcare, Renault, Sanofi, Thalès, Materialise Medical, …).

Learning outcomes

The BME-Paris Master proposes a program of excellence intended for students with a wide variety of backgrounds (biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, engineering as well as medicine, pharmacy and other health sciences…).

The overarching goals of the Master are:

  • to provide students with the knowledge and tools required in a wide range of the biomedical engineering fields;
  • to foster a fruitful collaborative spirit between engineering and medical students, that will eventually bridge the existing « culture gap » between the corresponding professions. 

 

While the second year (M2) offers five specialization tracks, the first year (M1) is devoted to strengthening and broadening students’ skills in specific engineering and biomedical subjects. Students are advised in their individual choices of teaching units, to bring them up to date on the fundamental science subjects they may not have acquired through their previous studies (eg physiology and anatomy for engineering students, or signal processing and mechanics for biology or medical students).

Molecular and Cellular Biotherpies (MCB) is one of the 5 M2 proposed tracks.

 

Voir la page complète de ce parcours

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