Biomedical Radiation Sciences

Cultivating Creative Experts in
Biomedical Science

The Program in Radiation Biomedical Sciences performs a wide range of cutting-edge interdisciplinary academic study encompassing radiological science, biophysics, medical engineering, radiopharmacology, radiochemistry, nano-molecular imaging and exploit the new biomedical fields by converging a variety of traditional academic major such as medicine, physics, pharmacy, chemistry, nuclear engineering, electricity and electronic engineering, materials science and engineering, and mechanical engineering.
Recently, the program became the rst accredited medical physics graduate course in Asia. This program has been developed into the world-class education and research with excellence. Curriculum of Radiation Biomedical Sciences focuses on the training of creative interdisciplinary specialists based on the expert knowledge of radiation science and biomedical discipline. We provide the education and practice for the students to become core human resources. We also perform the creative study to make the students be the talent pool who nurture the international and domestic industries of radiation and medical appliances.
The Graduate program in Radiation Biomedical Science of Graduate School of Convergence Science, Seoul National University has the educational purpose to foster the world-class high-quality human resources who have the interdisciplinary expertise, capability for combination of those knowledges, and creative research skills. They are expected to lead the future interdisciplinary studies oriented convergence science and technology of Biomedical Radiation field.

Educational Objectives

  • To foster professionals with specialized knowledge in Biomedical Radiation Sciences and creative thinking skills
  • To foster professionals who are oriented in problem-solving in the field
  • To foster professionals with skills and experiences in interdisciplinary studies for creative solving of real world problems

Department of Transdisciplinary Studies