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The department of Nanomedicine & Drug Targeting contributes to teaching activities in the curriculum of the bachelor program Pharmacy and the master programs Pharmacy and Medical Pharmaceutical Sciences, while also contributing to other programs in the Faculty of Science and Engineering, such as in the topmaster Nanoscience. In addition, group members participate in other courses in the Faculty of Medical Sciences, such as the master program Molecular Medicine and Innovative Treatment, as well as in the interfaculty curriculum "Life Sciences and Technology".  

Students can perform their bachelor project and their master project in our department, as well as courses such as the colloquium and written essay (Capita Selecta Pharmacy).

The department participates in the following teaching courses:

In bachelor programs:

- Pathology

- Metabolism and Toxicology

- Infectious Diseases and Oncology

- Advanced Pharmaceutical Technology and Therapeutics

- Biology of Cancer

- Academic Research & Communication Skills (ARCS) I, II and III

In master programs:

- Molecular Toxicology

- Drug Development

- Pharmaceutical Design and Engineering

- Nanomedicine and Nanosafety

- Fundamental and Functional Properties of Nanomaterials - Nanomedicine

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