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The MSc in Molecular Medicine gives you the opportunity to develop as a scientist or scientifically-literate clinician through an advanced understanding of the molecular basis of many diseases and their treatments.
Youll study how to apply molecular approaches to the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of a range of cancers, chronic, autoimmune and genetic diseases. Youll also carry out a research project in one of these areas within a research group at the forefront of the field. Project supervision is assured by outstanding academics and clinicians working on cutting-edge research.
This flexible programme allows you to develop core scientific skills and follow your professional interests with a choice of optional modules. You'll be part of a world-renowned School and will be taught by internationally recognised scholars.
Youll build core scientific skills through four compulsory modules studied over two terms. Alongside these, your optional modules (two each term) allow you to tailor your study to your interests. Modules typically last 11 weeks.
Throughout the programme you will:
- gain an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the principles, application and potential of molecular medicine
- learn techniques in the field of molecular biology, immunology, cell biology and chemistry
develop the ability to carry out molecular, biological and bioinformatics research for investigation of human diseases
- be able to engage in research projects using the latest technologies that generate results with scientific impact and the potential for improving patient health
- learn to critically evaluate current issues in molecular medicine, translate research findings into clinical applications, and recognise commercial opportunities.