Career prospects

The master's degree graduate in Genomic and Cellular Biomolecular Sciences practices as a biologist.


The Biologist with in-depth knowledge in the biomolecular field works in public and private companies or laboratories with the following functions:

  • Designs and manages research activities in the fields of genetics, biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology.
  • Designs and studies genetically modified organisms for research purposes.
  • Participates in activities to promote and develop technological and scientific innovation.
  • Conducts biological and biomolecular analyses in the biomedical, food, and environmental fields.
  • Organizes management and science dissemination activities.


To carry out his or her functions, the master's degree graduate has acquired the following specific skills:

  • Extensive theoretical and practical knowledge in genomic, molecular and cellular fields.
  • Ability to design and conduct experimental work.
  • Ability to use scientific tools for advanced analyses.
  • Ability to critically analyze results.
  • Ability to communicate effectively.
  • Ability to work in a team.

Employment outlets

  • Universities, public and private research institutions.
  • Hospital Companies.
  • Pharmaceutical, agribusiness and biotechnology companies.
  • Environmental toxicology and quality control laboratories.
  • Public and private biomedical, food and environmental diagnostic research centers or laboratories.
  • Self-employed subject to passing the state exam and registration in the professional register of biologists.