Managing a Biomedical Innovation II
Full course description
MBS2002 “Managing a Biomedical Innovation II” is part 2 of a longitudinal course which runs throughout the 2-year Master Biomedical Sciences (MBS) program. In year 2 of the Master’s program, students perform biomedical research in a final internship. In year 2 of the longitudinal course “Managing a Biomedical Innovation II” (MBS2002), students apply the subjects covered in year 1 (MBS1006) to their own thesis subject to establish a framework for the “Impact” section of their thesis, which will be assessed as part of the thesis.
Students will fill out various canvas models and worksheets that build on the course content introduced in MBS1006 to streamline thoughts and considerations concisely, without an explicit focus on academic writing. Since students are dispersed around the globe and should focus fully on their internship, these activities are performed independently by students. Students can access the video lectures provided in year 1 for guidance or for further exploration of subject matter. The video library will be built and expanded over the years.
ILO1 - Articulate the potential societal impact of a biomedical innovation