This interdisciplinary course is designed to develop theoretical and practical knowledge in cell and molecular biology, clinical microbiology, virology and pharmacology and apply this to understanding the causes and treatments of disease processes.
You will explore a diverse range of topics underpinned by research expertise across the department in research areas such as diabetes and obesity, pulmonary hypertension, wound healing, microbial safety, atherosclerosis and Alzheimer’s disease.
An emphasis is placed on developing practical laboratory and research skills essential for the workplace through a combination of taught laboratory classes and an extended laboratory-based research project.
Medical Bioscience students gain a number of transferable employment-related skills including team building, problem-solving, critical thinking, cross-cultural communication and leadership.
UK honours degree 2:2 (or equivalent) in a biological science.
School of Health and Life Sciences
Podiatry and Radiography