Nanomedicine, as an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary field, is a combination of various sciences such as physics, chemistry, biology, pharmacy and medicine. Graduates of this field work on issues at the molecular and atomic basis (in sizes of 1 to 100 nm) to create methods for rapid and accurate diagnosis of diseases and to use intelligent delivery vehicles, artificial organs and medical devices such as nanorobots to improve the individual’s life quality. Outstanding features of nanotechnologyare diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases using nanodevices and nanostructures, engineered at the nanoscale. Tools used in nanomedicine range from drug delivery systems and nanobiosensorstonanorobots and nanoscaffolds. Nanomedicine depends on a great number of disciplines, including physics, engineering, chemistry, biology, and aims to improve the quality of life through enormous developments in health-care sectors. Due to the increasing growth rate of science and technology in nanomedicine and investments in this field, it is predicted that the quality of human life will be substantially improved in near future. As a result, universities and higher education institutions are required to plan and implement programs for training and developing required human resources in various fields of nanomedicine. Therefore, training and educating skilled human resources majored in nanomedicine at PhD level is considered as the main mission of our educational program.
Having a master degree (M.Sc.) in one of the fields of nanomedicine (medical nanotechnology), biophysics, physics (all disciplines), chemistry (all disciplines), chemistry engineering, biology (all disciplines), Engineering (all disciplines), textile engineering, biotechnology (all disciplines), immunology, artificial limbs, parasitology, biochemistry, occupational health engineering, medical entomology and vector control, human genetics, nutrition science, food science and technology, health sciences, nutrition , physiology, physiotherapy, mycology, microbiology, virology, environmental health engineering, medical physics, toxicology, hematology, medical engineering or bio-medical technology, awarded by one of national or foreign universities approved by the Ministry of Health and Medical Education. Similarly, M.D. in medicine, Pharm.D. in pharmacy, D.D.S. in dentistry, D.V.M. in veterinary or equivalent degrees are also accepted.
Succeeding in entrance examination
Participating in the interview
Offering a resume
Presenting Recommendation letters Meeting admission criteria based on the regulations of universities *Important Note: These general conditions do not necessarily exclude specific conditions of each specific institute or university.