Master Molecular and Developmental Stem Cell Biology

Dear ISTEM students,

Welcome to the „Molecular and Developmental Stem Cell Biology“ Master Program.

The mandatory counselling and the guidance for the personal enrolment to the winter semester 2018/19 will be held on:

21.09.2018, 10:00 a.m.

Venue: Faculty of Medicine, 5th floor, Department of Anatomy and Embryology, Room 61.
For international students arriving later, specific appointments will be arranged



Welcome to the website of the International Master Molecular and Developmental Stem Cell Biology at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum.
Stem cells have a major impact on nearly all disciplines of life sciences dealing with eukaryotic cells or organisms. Predictably, a strong demand on young scientists who are able to cope with a highly interdisciplinary approach will arise in the near future.

We want to satisfy this demand by offering a highly interdisciplinary master degree course that is oriented to cutting-edge research and current markets. The course combines traditional basic disciplines such as cell biology, histology, biochemistry and pathology with recent progress in epigenetics, bioinformatics and developmental biology to secure a broad understanding towards innovative translational approaches in medicine.

On this website you can find comprehensive information about our master course as well as a guide with information detailing how to apply. We also provide information for international students that are interested in the city of Bochum, the University and our Program. For more information please also download our brochure.



Secretary: Mrs. Christiane Gelhaus

Office: Mon. - Thurs., 9 - 12 a. m.
Room MA5/157.
Phone: +49(0234)32-26816 


Flyer   Please download our informative brochure from here


poster   Here you may also download our poster!


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