Master of Science in Medical Technology (International Program)

The Master degree in Medical Technology is designed to produce highly competent scholars and professionals capable of upgrading the academic development and new technology in the field of medical technology and other health-related fields in order to find solutions for the public health problems of the country and to improve the quality of life of the people. In addition, graduates will promote study and research work in order to develop better clinical laboratory services. The faculty has a broad spectrum of expertise and provides training opportunities in a wide range of disciplines.These include hematology, clinical microbiology, virology, immunology, clinical biochemistry, host-parasite interactions, and free radicals in biology, regulation of gene expression and genetic study, molecular biology, medical laboratory equipment and imaging technology.

Master of Science in Radiological Technology (International Program)

The Master degree in Radiological Technology aims to produce highly competent scholars and professionals that will lead in upgrading the academic advancement and new technology in the field of radiological sciences and technology in order to find solutions for the healthcare problems of the country and to improve the quality of life of the people. Major learning and research components of the program include medical image processing and manipulation, professional based research to solve clinical problems including safety optimization, Monte Carlo simulation, Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS), Advanced image processing and simulation, and dosimeter development using organic and inorganic materials.

Admission Requirements

Plan A1 (M.Sc. by research only) A candidate must:

1. Hold a Bachelor’s degree in Medical Technology, Radiological Technology, Health Science or other related discipline with a minimum GPA 3.25.

2. Pass the English Proficiency requirement anouced by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

3. Have at least 1 year working experience in related field.

4. Have published an article in the field of Medical Technology, Radiological Technology or other related field.

5. Exemption from the above conditions may be granted by the Program Committee under exceptional circumstances.

Plan A2 (M.Sc. by research and course work) A candidate must:

1. Hold a Bachelor’s degree in Medical Technology, Radiological Technology, Health Science or other related discipline with a minimum GPA 2.50 or

2. Be a final year student in Medical Technology, Radiological Technology, Health Science or other related discipline with a minimum GPA 2.50.

3. Pass the English Proficiency requirement anouced by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

4. Exemption from the above conditions may be granted by the Program Committee under exceptional circumstances.

Master of Science in Medical Technology (International Program)

  • Degree Designation
           Master of Science (Medical Technology);  M.Sc. (Medical Technology)
  • Philosophy

    The Master of Science in Medical Technology programme (International Programme) is to encourage those medical technologists who require progressing their academic knowledge and new technology in the fields of medical technology, general and medical sciences in order to solve the public health problems and improve quality of life of the people.

  • Objectives

    The goals of M.Sc. in Medical Technology are to encourage the students for admiring knowledge achievement, self-study and research in the broad areas of medical and biological sciences. The faculty has a broad spectrum of expertise and provides training opportunities in a wide range of disciplines. These include hematology, clinical microbiology, virology, immunology, clinical biochemistry, host-parasite interactions, free radicals in biology, regulation of gene expression, molecular biology, medical laboratory equipment and imaging technology.

    Graduates from this programme should be able to :

    1. apply the given knowledge and technology to improve and develope their achievement in medical technology and related sciences,

    2. organize the preventive plan and problems solving for both scientific and administrative management concerning clinical laboratory services,

    3. search and create research works in order to develop better clinical laboratory services,

    4. transfer and exchange the academic knowledge and skills in medical technology and related sciences with others.

  • Curricula

The curriculum structures are specified as Plan A (1) and Plan A (2). Plan A (1) is the curriculum for M.Sc. by research work only, whereas both course work and research work are required for Plan A (2).

 Items

 Plan A (1) credits

 Plan A (2) credits

 Required Courses

 *

 10

 Elective Courses

 *

 14

 Thesis

 36

 12

 Total

 36

 36

(*) The student has to participate with no credits in the course MTID 602 Seminar and other courses according to the suggestion of advisor.

     English is used as the medium in all activities ie: examinations, thesis writing and defending.

Courses

Required Courses
Required Courses Credits (lecture-lab-self study)
SCID 500 Cell and Molecular Biology 3 (3 – 0 – 6)
MTID 601 Clinical Laboratory Administration 2 (1 – 2 – 3)
MTID 602 Seminar 2 (2 – 0 – 4)
MTID 605 Research Methodology 3 (2 – 2 – 5)
Elective Courses
Elective Courses Credits (lecture-lab-self study)
MTID 506 Design and Construction of Basic Clinical Laboratory Instrument 4 (1 – 6 – 5)
MTID 513 Digital Electronics 2 (1 – 2 – 3)
MTID 515 Clinical Laboratory Science 3 (3 – 0 – 6)
MTID 604 Selected Topic in Medical Technology 2 (2 – 0 – 4)
MTID 606 Current Technology in Molecular Biology 2 (2 – 0 – 4)
MTID 607 Internship in Medicine Laboratory 5 (0 – 15 – 5)
MTID 608 Current & Trend in Diagnostic Technology 2 (2 – 0 – 4)
MTID 609 Research and Technology Management 2 (2 – 0 – 4)
MTID 610 Independent Selected Topics in Applied and Biomedical Technology 1 (1 – 0 – 2)
MTID 611 Population Health and Community Medical Technology 3 (2 – 2 – 5)
MTID 612 Community Health and Bioinformatics 2 (1 – 2 – 3)
MTCH 601 Advanced Clinical Chemistry 4 (3 – 2 – 7)
MTCH 607 Advanced Clinical Toxicology 2 (1 – 2 – 3)
MTCH 609 Clinical Nutrition 1 (1 – 0 – 2)
MTCH 610 Experimental Methods and Instruments in Clinical Chemistry 2 (1 – 2 – 3)
MTCH 612 Selected Topics in Clinical Chemistry 1 (1 – 0 – 2)
MTCH 613 Biosensors in Clinical Chemistry 1 (1 – 0 – 2)
MTMS 502 Current Topics in Hematology 2 (2 – 0 – 4)
MTMS 605 Blood Bank Techniques and Immunohematology 2 (1 – 2 – 3)
MTMS 609 Advanced Clinical Microscopy 4 (2 – 4 – 6)
MTMS 612 Advanced Medical Genetics 2 (2 – 0 – 4)
MTMI 601 Advanced Clinical Microbiology 3 (2 – 2 – 5)
MTMI 604 Current Methods in Clinical Immunology 2 (1 – 2 – 3)
MTMI 606 Current Methods in Clinical Microbiology 2 (1 – 2 – 3)
MTMI 608 Enzymes and Microbial Products 1 (1 – 0 – 2)
MTMI 609 Recent Advance in Antimicrobial Agents and Drug Resistance 1 (1 – 0 – 2)
MTMI 610 Selected Topics in Molecular Microbiology 1 (1 – 0 – 2)
MTMI 611 Cells and Tissue Culture Techniques 1 (0 – 2 – 1)
MTMI 612 Selected Topics in Food Microbiology 1 (1 – 0 – 2)
MTMI 613 Independent Selected Topics in Microbiology 1 (1 – 0 – 2)
MTPR 606 Selected Topics in Medical Parasitology and Medical Entomology 2 (2 – 0 – 4)

Other elective graduate courses from other faculties/institutions can also be selected by the approval of academic advisor.

Thesis

                                                                                                      Credits (lecture-lab-self study)

MTID 699           Research M.Sc. Thesis                                           36/12 (0 – 144/48 – 36/12)

 

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  • Graduation Requirements

    1. Plan A (1) Students must :

    1.1. pass qualifying examination, proposal examination,

    1.2. complete the thesis research and pass the oral thesis examination,

    1.3. have at least one research publication.

    2. Plan A (2) Students must :

    2.1 take not less than 24 credits of course work and 12 credits of thesis, total credit for the programme not less than 36 credits, with G.P.A. is not less than 3.00,

    2.2 pass the English Proficiency Examination offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Mahidol University, or other qualified institutes, or have a TOEFL score more than 173/500,

    2.3 complete the thesis research and pass oral thesis examination.

  • Tuition Fees for International Programmes Students

 

Items

Period of Payment

Cost in Thai Baht

1. Education Services Fee

1st Semester

5,300

2nd Semester

4,600

2. Student Activities Fee

Semester

250

3. Graduate Studies Fee

Semester

750

4. Internet

Semester

300

5. Health Insurance (For Non-Thai Students)

Annually

1,300

6. Graduate Tuition

Semester

9,000/credit

7. Thesis Registration

(Pay one time when registering thesis)

Thesis Registration

700/credit

8. Research Supplies Fee

One Payment

with Thesis Registration

150,000

  • Research projects

Research in the M.Sc. Programme (International) is aimed for the finding and innovation of new knowledge and technology for the application in medical technology and other related fields. These researches includes :

– Engineering of Biological and Chemical Polymers for Applications

– Molecular Informatics for Rational Design and Simulation of Biological and Chemical Entities

– Artificial Oxygen-Carrying Units : Potential Tools for Blood Substitution

– Development of Antioxidants and Free Radical Research in Life Sciences

– Infectious Diseases and Antibiotic Resistance

– Molecular Genetics of Human Diseases and Cell Growth Molecular Genetics of Human Diseases and Cell Growth

– Data mining and Biomedical Informatics

– Biosensor for Diagnostic and Medical Applications

– Medical Imaging and Pattern Recognition Analysis

– Area-based and Integrative Research for Well-Being and Sustainable Development of the Society

For more details please contact :

Assistant Professor Dr. Chotiros Plabplueng e-mail: chotiros.pla@mahidol.ac.th

Lecturer Dr. Sumana Dakeng e-mail: sumana.dak@mahidol.ac.th

Master of Science in Radiological Technology (International Program)

  • Degree Designation
           Master of Science (Radiological Technology); M.Sc. (Radiological Technology)
  • Philosophy

    The Master of Science in Radiological Technology programme (International Programme) is to encourage those Radiological technologists who aim to advance the knowledge and skills of radiological technologists in their specialized technologies in the field of radiological technology for the applications or research.

  • Objectives

    The goals of M.Sc. in Radiological Technology are
    1. To produce graduates who have the capability to do researches and utilize advanced technologies in their specialties

    2. To perform the basic research and applied research in radiological technology areas.

  • Curricula

The curriculum structures are specified as Plan A (1) and Plan A (2). Plan A (1) is the curriculum for M.Sc. by research work only, whereas both course work and research work are required for Plan A (2).

 Items

 Plan A (2) credits

 Required Courses

 13

 Elective Courses

 11

 Thesis

 12

 Total

 36

English is used as the medium in all activities ie: examinations, thesis writing and defending.

  • Admission Requirements

1. Students must hold a bachelor’s degree in Radiological Technology or bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent.

2. Receive a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5.

3. Pass the English Proficiency Examination offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Mahidol University, or other qualified institutions, or have a TOEFL score more than 173/500.

4. Exceptions to the above items may be made by the Programme Committee and the Dean of Faculty of Graduate Studies.

5. Image analysis in radiology2. Receive a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5.

6. Development of PACS system.

7. Radiation effect on Immune system.

8. Research on Application of Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) and DICOM

  • Registration

1. Students must register as full time students.

2. The registration must not be less than 9 credits, but not exceed 15 credits per regular semester, or up to the recommendation of the advisor.

Courses

Required Courses (lecture-lab-self study)
MTRD 602 Physics of Medical Imaging 3 (3 – 0 – 6)
MTRD 605 Advanced Radiation Physics and Dosimetry 2 (2 – 0 – 4)
MTRD 606 Mathematics for Radiological Technology 2 (2 – 0 – 4)
MTRD 607 Computer for Radiological Technology 2 (1 – 2 – 3)
MTID 605 Research Methodology 3 (2 – 2 – 5)
MTRD 617 Seminar 1 (1 – 0 – 2)
Elective Courses (lecture-lab-self study)
MTRD 601 Quality Assurance in Diagnostic Imaging 3 (2-2-5)
MTRD 603 Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) 3 (3-0-6)
MTRD 604 X-ray Computed Tomography (CT) 3 (3-0-6)
MTRD 608 Advanced X-ray Computed Tomography 3 (2-2-5)
MTRD 609 Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging 23 (3-0-6)
MTRD 610 Physics in Nuclear Medicine 3 (2-2-5)
MTRD 611 Image Reconstruction and Processing in Nuclear Medicine 3 (2-2-5)
MTRD 612 Monte Carlo Simulation in Nucleae Medicine 3 (1-4-4)
MTRD 613 Medical Health Physics 3 (2-2-5)
MTRD 614 Radiobiology and Radiation Protection 3 (3-0-6)
MTRD 624 Computer and Data Networks for Radiological Technology 3 (2-2-5
MTRD 625 Computer System and PACS Administration for Radiological Technology 3 (2-2-5)
MTRD 621 Nuclear Oncology
MTRD 623 Selected Topics in Radiological Technology 2 (2-0-4)
SCID 516 Biostatistics 3 (3-0-6)

Other elective graduate courses from other faculties/institutions can also be selected by the approval of academic advisor.

Thesis

                                                                                              Credits (lecture-lab-self study)

MTRD 698          Research M.Sc. Thesis                                          12 (0-36-0)

 

ข้อมูลเพิ่มเติม : บัณฑิตวิทยาลัย

  • Graduation Requirements

1. take not less than 24 credits of course work and 12 credits of thesis, total credits for the programme not less than 36 credits, with GPA is not less than 3.00.

2. Pass the English Proficiency Examination offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Mahidol University, or other qualified institutions, or have a TOEFL score more than 173/500.

3. complete the thesis research and pass oral thesis examination required for graduation according to regulations of Faculty of Graduate Studies, Mahidol University.

  • Tuition Fees for International Programmes Students

 Items

 Period of Payment

 Cost in Thai Baht

 1. Education Services Fee

 Semester

 3,400

 2. Student Activities Fee

 Semester

 250

 3. Graduate Studies Fee

 Semester

 750

 4. Internet

 Semester

 300

 5. Damage Fee

 First Year Only

 500

 6. Health Insurance (For Non-Thai Students)

 Annually

 1,300

 7. Graduate Tuition

 Semester

 9,000/credit

 8. Thesis Registration

(Pay one time when registering thesis)

 Thesis Registration

 700/credit

 9. Research Supplies Fee

 One Payment

with Thesis Registration

  150,000

  • Research projects

Research in the M.Sc. Programme (International) is aimed for the finding and innovation of new knowledge and technology for the application in medical technology and other related fields. These researches includes :

– Engineering of Biological and Chemical Polymers for Applications

– Molecular Informatics for Rational Design and Simulation of Biological and Chemical Entities

– Artificial Oxygen-Carrying Units : Potential Tools for Blood Substitution

– Development of Antioxidants and Free Radical Research in Life Sciences

– Infectious Diseases and Antibiotic Resistance

– Molecular Genetics of Human Diseases and Cell Growth Molecular Genetics of Human Diseases and Cell Growth

– Data mining and Biomedical Informatics

– Biosensor for Diagnostic and Medical Applications

– Medical Imaging and Pattern Recognition Analysis

– Area-based and Integrative Research for Well-Being and Sustainable Development of the Society

For more details please contact :

Lecturer Dr. Lertyot Treeratanapiboon  e-mail: lertyot.tre@mahidol.ac.th OR

Assistant Professor Dr. Yudthaphon Vichianin    e-mail: yudthaphon.vic@mahidol.ac.th  OR

Lecturer Dr. Tawatchai Eakjean e-mail: tawatchai.eak@mahidol.ac.th

For more information please contact

Assistant Professor Dr.Chotiros Plabplueng

Deputy Dean for International Relations and Education and Chairman of the M.Sc. (Medical Technology) Program

Tel: +66 2 441 4371-9 Ext. 2803 Fax: +66 2 441 4380

E-mail : chotiros.pla@mahidol.ac.th

Assistant Professor Dr.Yudthaphon Vichianin

Chairman of the M.Sc. (Radiological Technology) Program

Tel: +66 2 419 7175 Ext. 211 Fax: +66 2 441 4380

E-mail : yudthaphon.vic@mahidol.ac.th

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