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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - IRI Life Sciences


Fig.: Andreas Süß



Members of the IRI for the Life Sciences teach within the Bachelor of Biology and the Bachelor of Biophysics at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (HU Berlin). Please find general information about these programs here (only in German). Detailed information on individual courses within the programs can be found in the list of lectures.



Members of the IRI for the Life Sciences are involved in the following Master's programs:


Enrolment to the Biophysics Master is possible before the Winter- or Summer-Semester.


The international, English-taught Master's program Computational Neuroscience was initiated by the Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin (BCCN). It is offered in a collaborative effort by the Technische Universität Berlin (TU Berlin), the HU Berlin and the Charité - Universitätmedizin Berlin. Upon finishing the program, students are awarded a Master of Science by the TU Berlin and the HU Berlin.


This interdisciplinary, English-taught program brings together the various innovative research areas pursued at the Berlin School of Mind and Brain. Teaching modules encompass themes from neuroscience, psychology, cognitive science and philosophy, always emphasizing connections between these fields. Depending on their chosen specialization, students are awarded a Master of Arts (Track Mind) or a Master of Science (Track Brain).


Enrolment to this program is possible before the Winter- or Summer-Semester.


This interdisciplinary, English-taught Master's program aims to introduce students with a theoretical background in molecular pathology to the relevant methods used in research and practice in this field. Beyond that, the program wishes to convey how we can make progress in addressing foundational scientific questions by drawing from clinical findings, and conversely, how laboratory discoveries can be translated into new medical approaches.


Enrolment for this Master's program is possible at the beginning of the Winter- and Summer-Semester.