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Professional Master in Reproduction and Developpement

Objectives

Our master degree "Reproduction and Development" focuses on biological mechanisms and the specific activities of Reproduction and Development. It aims to train students to modern concepts, methods and practices of basic, clinical and applied research in the field of reproduction and development in animals and humans.

Acquired Skills

Reproduction is treated in a broad sense and includes assisted reproduction, the study of normal and pathological development during fetal life in humans and mammals and perinatal changes preparing for birth.

Admission Conditions

Recruitment: Applications are reviewed by an admission committee. The best candidates are selected after interview

Required Level:

M1 degree Biology or Biochemistry

Pre-requisites:

Molecular Biology, Developmental Biology

Capacity:

10-12 students

Further Studies / Career Opportunities

  • Biotechnology of Reproduction
  • Andrology and Genetics laboratories
  • Research organizations
  • Education establishments
  • Business 

Reproduction and Developpement M2 Courses

Eligibility

  • M1 Biology

General Infos

  • Diploma Level: BAC+5
  • Studies Duration:

    1 year

  • Type: Professional
  • Teaching Language: French
  • Total Credits Number: 60
  • Location: Pierre Gemayel University campus - Fanar
  • Supervisor: Mira Michel Hazouri
  • Email: hazzourim(at)yahoo.com

Selected Projects

  • Association between vitamin D levels in serum and semen, VDR gene polymorphisms and semen parameters (2012-2013)
  • GSM (EMW) et fertilité masculine (2012-2013)
  • ASA prevalence in the Lebanese population and correlation with different causes of male infertility (2012-2013)
  • Impact of obesity on male fertility (2012-2013)
  • Effet de la Température d'Élevage sur la Qualité de la Semence et les Performances Reproductives chez les Lapins Mâles de Race Locale Libanaise (2013-2014)
  • Développement d’embryons obtenus par ICSI et par activation ovocytaire chez la souris KO pour le gène Dpy19l2 (2013-2014)
  • Vécu psycho-médical des receveuses d'ovocytes : étude effectuée auprès de femmes libanaises (2013-2014)

Selected Courses