Biomedical scientists are involved in areas ranging from cancer screening to diagnosing HIV, from blood transfusion to the control of infections. This course is ideal if you are interested in learning about, or working in, laboratory investigation and the monitoring of diseases. It provides excellent grounding for many careers in science, health, and education, and for postgraduate studies, including medical and research degrees.
Examples of Modules: Year 1 ' Human Physiology; Genes, Cells and Tissues; The Biochemical Foundations of Life; Scientific and Laboratory Skills; Year 2 ' Molecular Biology of the Cell OR Proteins and Metabolism; Medical Physiology with Research Methods; Infection and Immunity; Pathobiology; Year 3; Sandwich Year; Year 4 ' Clinical Immunology and Medical Microbiology; Clinical Chemistry and Haematology (Blood Sciences); Clinical Applications of Biomedical Sciences; Project/Dissertation (Bioscience)
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|Bachelor of Science (with Honours) - BSc (Hons)|