The course provides a broad training to provide students with a background knowledge of careers in biomedical research. The emphasis is on a research'orientated approach and comprises both theoretical and practical elements. Students acquire an understanding of modern molecular and cell science through both theory and practical exposure; students also demonstrate practical dexterity in both commonly employed and more advanced practical techniques used in biomedical laboratories; students perform novel laboratory'based research, accumulate experimental findings and exercise critical scientific thought in the interpretation of those findings.
There are research opportunities in the following specialised streams: anaesthetics, pain medicine and intensive care; bacterial pathogenesis and infection; data science; epidemiology, evolution and control of infectious diseases; microbiome in health and disease; molecular basis of human disease; personalised healthcare; respiratory and cardiovascular science.
Course Additional Entry
2.1 Honours degree in an appropriate science subject.
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