MSc Molecular Medicine and Cancer Research

Brunel University / School of Health Sciences and Social Care
15.09.2012  Uxbridge
Course Content
Research planning, cytogenetics and cancer, genomic technologies and cancer research, biology, genetics and treatment of human cancer, intracellular signalling and cancer, research dissertation. The course will focus on developing research skills and is designed to enable you to develop the ability to become an independent and creative scientist
Learning objectives, training objectives
Provides specialist theoretical and practical knowledge and experience of cellular, molecular biology and genetics, and their application to the study of human diseases in the context of the scientific and clinical problem of human cancer
Typical postgraduate careers and job opportunities
Health-related professions; pharmaceutical/biotechnology industries, PhD study or research assistantships in cancer and genomic research
UK honours degree or equivalent EU or overseas degree in the field of Biosciences (also health professionals, doctors, nurses), IELTS or TOEFL test
GBP 4 665 (full-time) GBP 2 330 (part-time) for UK/EU students, GBP 12 190 (full-time), GBP 6 095 (part-time) for overseas students
Organizer contact info
Kingston Lane
UB8 3PH Uxbridge
United Kingdom
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