The candidate who enters the postgraduate program (direct doctorate) requires a bachelor's degree in areas of health, biological sciences or an equivalent such as medicine, chemistry, biology, physics, pharmacy, health sciences, biotechnology, nanotechnology, among others. The average obtained in the degree program must be equal to or greater than 8 (scale 0 - 10). It does not contemplate aspiring with masters since it is a direct doctorate.
To enter, the candidate must pass an examination of general knowledge of the areas of study (chemistry, mathematics, biology, physiology, biochemistry) and demonstrate command of the English language. Know the fundamentals and management of chromatography, spectroscopy, ultraviolet, infrared, nuclear magnetic resonance and mass spectrometry equipment, as well as handle the fundamentals of molecular methods of analysis, different analytical chemistry techniques and it is desirable that the candidate has experience in research.
- Capacity for observation, scientific analysis and common sense.
- Ability to adapt, learn and emotional stability.
- Ability to work in a team and in a multidisciplinary way.
- Ability to perform basic and clinical research.
- Ability to analyze problems.
- Ability to use different methods of analysis.
- Interest and motivation for the scientific development of science and technology.
- Availability to dedicate exclusively to their studies.
- Respect for life and ethical behavior.
- Sense of responsibility.
- Constancy, dedication and great desire for improvement.
- Concern for social, environmental and humanistic development.
- Ingenuity and creativity to develop research proposals.
- Self-criticism, sensitivity, and a capability for leadership.
- Clear Oral and in written communication of experimental results.
- Discern appropriate information for a topic (information literacy).