Students on this course develop an understanding of a range of developmental, endocrine and major organ pathologies, with the laboratory methods used to aid diagnosis. The course features the application of emerging bioanalytical technologies to the diagnosis of disease and the translation from research to a clinical laboratory setting.
Modules include: Experimental design and statistics; laboratory leadership and management; biomedical ethics and law; advanced bioanalyticall techniques; clinical disorders; developmental biochemistry; endocrinology and metabolism; bioanalysis and clinical toxicology.
Course Additional Entry
A good Honours degree, or equivalent qualification, in an appropriate subject. We also consider candidates with other relevant qualifications and individuals with a minimum of three years work experience; those without formal qualifications need to demonstrate relevant work experience and the ability to study at postgraduate level. Applicants must have competence in English language and we normally require grade C GCSE or an equivalent qualification. The most common English language requirements for international students are IELTS 6.5 (with minimum 6.0 in all four components) or TOEFL internet based 87 (with at least 21 in listening and writing, 22 in speaking and 23 in reading).
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