|Length of program||October 2021 – February 2023|
|Degree Director||María Jesús Arranz, PhD|
Juliana Salazar, PhD
Marta Hernández, PhD
This master's degree is taught in Spanish or Catalan. For further information, please consult the master's degree web page in Spanish or Catalan.
Pharmacogenetics is becoming one of the major and fastest growing areas of personalized medicine, as evidenced by the increasing pharmacogenetic evidence available for clinical application.
Pharmacogenetics has an increasing role in clinical trials, especially in the early stages of drug development, helping to reduce the number of patients needed, demonstrate efficacy, and identify subgroups where alternative treatment may be targeted.
The Diploma in Applied Clinical Pharmacogenetics is based on the use of pharmacogenetics to understand how an individual can benefit from specific drugs and allows us with the different tools for their implementation in daily clinical practice as another component of care. patient-centered.
Graduates in Biomedical Sciences, Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Pharmacy and/or Medicine.